12th Mar: Page-bottom layout change on the way. Details here. Causes no change to editing/formatting of articles. This is just FYI.
The common plot in which,parents send their kids to work at a relatives place for a period of time.
Tags: Rolling Updates as usual.
This is going to be launched on Saturday.Parents send their kids to relative's to work for their relative in the country, who is usually a grandparent, aunt or uncle. To learn responsibility and to do work, learn some discipline or to fix any other problems instead of sitting around all day. Also, maybe because the kid is the only one fit enough to work to get more money. This trope is common in Coming of Age stories. When, the child is now has to work for the relative's. In the first week, they will usually try to get a way of doing it or complain that there isn't any TV, games, or any other entertainment they are used to. But they are eventually forced to work anyway. They tend to make a lot of mistakes at first. But, when they go through a Hard Work Montage, they get the hang of it and receive Character Development. The kids are usually sent to work on the relative's farm, ranch or any other business. The child is usually a City Mouse if the story is set in the country and may complain or try to get around being to the relative's place. In other stories, a Country Mouse kid might have to be sent to the city so that they can have some education in a school there. They are sent there so they can work for the relative, and won't won't be a burden, when the rest of the family can't work are get enough money to support themselves. The child in this story tends not to have as much problems like the City Mouse. They also might actually look forward to being in the city. Although, sometimes Country Mouse in other stories will be just as lazy and uncooperative as the typical City Mouse. This is Truth in Television, as sometimes parents want the children to get work experience or earn money for the family since they are unable to.
ExamplesAnime & Manga
"I'm last Uncle you got. You screw up here, we send you back with Grandma in Laos!"Real Life