naughty step

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naughty step

n
1. a place where a child is made to stand as a punishment for bad behaviour
2. to be on the naughty step to experience public disfavour, usually because of perceived wayward behaviour
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Nadim was not happy when GulfWeekly starting recording and taking notes of the conversations and the Editor was eventually sent packing to the naughty chair on the side of the stage before being granted one-on-one interviews.
Trac explained: "I find the men are generally much more reluctant and they're there because it's kind of the last straw, when you have a couple there's always one in the naughty chair and you have to work very hard to get them onside and get the couple engaged.
The Lions conceded 13 penalties, two free-kicks and had replacement Liam Williams spend 10 minutes on the naughty chair at a critical juncture in the second half.
They had two more players sin-binned last night, with Matthew Morgan and Gethin Jenkins sent to the naughty chair.
Craig Voisey was binned five minutes in with fellow prop Nathan Williams then replacing him on the naughty chair.
Such as the Naughty Chair which the five-year-old promptly declared his 'favourite place to sit'.
But one positive thing that came out of all these disasters is that the naughty chair got packed away in a cupboard.
Davis is banned and joined on the naughty chair by fellow centreback Matt Lawrence, who was sent off at Forest.
And Berahino rose up from the naughty chair Pulis said he had put him on to become a nuisance all night before finishing his chance and the game 16 minutes from time.
Trying to keep the sticker charts up-to-date, be consistent with the mighty Naughty Chair and read a bedtime story Every Single Night, without which they'll surely be barely-literate and hurtling towards a desolate future in months.
Trying to keep the sticker charts up-to-date, be consistent with the mighty Naughty Chair and read a bedtime story Every Single Night, Trying to create tasty, organic goujons from the Annabel Karmel book you bought intending to use EVERY DAY.