Tell him to grab a knife and cut the cupcake in half.
Let him have the cupcake instead, you can easily make something else, especially something more filling and healthy.
Barely notice him, and take a huge bite of the cupcake. After all, it was YOUR birthday, and YOUR cupcakes.
Agree to this genius plan! What your parents won't know won't hurt them-right?
Talk to your parents again, and come to the conclusion that as long as your home by curfew, you can go, even though you'll be missing an hour of the show. If they still say no, at least you tried.
Try to compromise with your parents, and even offer to wash both their cars-anything to go see that show, and all of it.
Go to the park with a bunch of friends and play a game of kickball-but bring your math book so you can study during down time.
Go to the park and play kickball anyway- if you don't get home early enough to study then whatever, you can probably cram it in before you go to bed if you really have to.
Study first-kickball later, if you have time.
Don't. Turn off the alarm clock and go back to sleep.
Hit the snooze a couple of times, going in late isn't as bad as not going at all. Right?
What busy weekend? You didn't play kickball last night so you aren't tired whatsoever.
No, you forgot, but that's okay. You can just google the questions on your iPod touch.
No, but you're pretty good at winging these sort of things, and you think you'll do okay.
Right! You even made a study sheet so you can look over it one more time before the teacher passes out the test.
You're still in bed, remember?
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