It’s not easy to be rigorous when they’re full of signs of love and affection, and Steve’s father is no exception.
When his father opposes him as he enters the dining room, Donkey Steve responds like any other kid.
Donkey Steve seems to have a bad practice. he steals food all the time, attempting to be as reticent as possible.
But he left behind dirt about donkey teeth during feeding.
His father also says that no other donkey can be at fault because the break-in only occurs when Steve is out and can do it.
Steve hears all this testimony he knows he’s been destroyed.
Instead of attempting to withstand the truth, he becomes a comely face, with big, warm, upset puppy-dog eyes when he looks up at his father.
This strategy clearly works because his father is cunning, he doesn’t want Steve to feel awkward or ashamed.
Let’s face it, clever Steve knows this. He cuddles his father, making an attempt to teach him, and when he seems to be succeeding, he warns him, giving him tenderly, loving kisses.
It’s not easy to be rigorous when they’re full of signs of love and affection, and Steve’s father is no exception. He tries to end the lecture by asking Steve not to eat anymore.
And because he is so sweet, charming, tender, with a big warm heart, he will run away from him again.