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Doing As You're Told ( doing the thing that you were told to do by an authority ... )

"Doing As You're Told"

Some parents tell their children "do as you are told" as a reminder that they should do the thing that the parent has told them to do.

Example: "I want to stay up. I am not tired." Reply: "Do as you are told and go to bed right now."

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