A father and son are doing the washing up.
“Seems like only yesterday you were just starting school, now look at you.” that father says. “Ah don’t get all embarrassed on me, I remember what I was like when I was a young hunk like you. Always in a hurry to get what you wanted and that’s okay … perfectly natural … that’s why it’s important you choose the right protection.” The son looks shocked, before his father continues, “and that means pretensioning seatbelts, not ordinary ones.”
A mother beckons for her daughter to come sit next to her on the sofa. “Come and sit down before you go” the mum says. “There’s something I’ve been meaning to talk with you about. You’re at an age now when we can talk about all those grown up things.” The Daughter shuffles uncomfortably. Her mum continues, “You’ll be falling in love soon, and I want you to be ready for when it happens. Because lots of girls your age get themselves in trouble. Especially when they don’t know why you need dual airbags.”