difficult child 1 got home from his Boy Scout trip around 1:30 this afternoon. At around 2:30, he tells me he's hungry because they didn't have anything to eat since breakfast at 8. So, being a nice mom that's happy to have her kid back, I offer to make him something to eat. He asks for Chicken Noodle soup so I make chicken noodle soup. I go to let him know it's done and he's sound asleep. I leave the soup on the cupboard because I know he'll still be hungry when he wakes up so he can just heat it in the microwave. He woke up around 4:30 and ate his soup........cold. I made stuffed green peppers for supper at 6. At 5:30, he asked if I could put his in the fridge because his stomach hurt (he shared a room with a kid who puked the entire last 18 hours they were there). difficult child 2 and I ate and I put the leftovers (2 of them) in the fridge. Around 8, difficult child 1 started getting "irritable" so I told him to take his stuff upstairs and head to bed. He did but then said he was hungry. I reminded him that his supper was in the fridge. He wanted me to make him "something else". I said no, I've already cooked for you twice today and if you want something else, you can make it yourself. He said "You have to feed me! It's the law." I said I cooked for him twice and it was his choice not to eat what I made. He said "You did not cook for ME twice you cooked once for me and once for all of us". I simply said I wasn't going to play word games, he is included IN "all of us", and if he wants something else, he'll have to make it himself. Does anyone else with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) kids have this kind of an issue or is difficult child 1 just playing word games (typical teen stuff)?