Great response. You are right on the money here.They sure as hell do. You don't stop being someone's kid when you turn 18. It's for life. If he didn't want to have his Dad publicly humiliate him, he needed to take care of business like a man. He opted to be treated like a youngster. I pray he grows out of it and based on Dad's public comments he's getting phenomenal advice from one of his most trusted sources. I can only imagine what the private conversation was like.