Traditional use - a common business motivational tool, using both Positive and Negative motivation techniques in one, thus creating efficiencies in Rewards-based behavioral modification techniques.
1. Slap - low-level punishment for errant behavior, often used by parents with their children; (a) depending on method used, can be light or heavy; (b) open handed palm method typically used by women, whereas the backhanded slap is more commonly used by men (see "Bitch Slap").
2. Cookie - a round, sweet baked treat most often paired with milk; (a) Chocoloate chip cookies are my favorite; (b) Nilla wafers run a close second.
3. Cookie slap - a Positive/Negative reward that begins with a treat to remind the recipient that they are a good person worthy of praise, while at the same time slapping them down for making a greivous error.
Dirk gave Steve a cookie slap after the semi-annual sales meeting, when Steve botched the presentation for the VC funding committee. Although Steve had worked very hard to create the PowerPoint deck, his data unfortunately was grossly inaccurate.