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Old 01-16-2010, 05:43 AM
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Once a little girl asked me to help her in the bathroom.

Well actually she yelled for me to help her........while she was sitting on the potty.

"MS. H!!!!!!! I NEED YOU TO WIPE MY FRONT HINEY!!!!!!!!"

(I had never heard THAT one before.....)

I opened the door........

"You need me to help you wipe your hiney?" I asked.

"Yeah......my front one!" she said.

"Your FRONT one?!?" I repeated

"YEESSSSSSSS!!!!!" she said giggling

"Oh!" I said "I see! Well, sorry sweetie. Front or back, you are in big kid school now and you have to wipe your own!"

And I closed the door.
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Old 01-16-2010, 05:50 AM
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This one didn't happen in my class but it happend to a fellow teacher of mine.

She was outside with her class on the playground and bent down to help a child tie his shoe.......

suddenly she heard the outside PA system come on.......and our principal talking..........

"Mrs. Smith, please stop your student from peeing on the building!"

Suprised and confused she looked up.....

and saw two little butt cheeks!!!!

Apparently Devon REALLY had to go!
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Old 01-16-2010, 06:10 AM
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Oh my, I don't know what could be more funny
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Old 01-16-2010, 07:22 AM
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Those are hilarious!!! I'm so glad you are sharing them! (and that you are writing them down, that would be a great book)

Now I'm going to be thinking Fa-China.
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Old 01-16-2010, 07:24 AM
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I'm surprised they are playing the race card at such an early age.
Yeah, that kind of surprised me too. I would have got a spanking for any remarks like that...
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I learned a good lesson over the holiday season.

My boys have had a lot in their little lifetime and aren't very grateful at times. The younger one, 5, will get mad quick if his present isn't what he wants or if it doesn't have something to do with a train. My girlfriend was bringing her little girl over to exchange presents so I was giving them a little prep talk. I told them that no matter what the present was they needed to be gracious, say thank you, and tell them Merry Christmas. They weren't paying good attention and they are boys, they like gross stuff so I said, "I don't care if it is a dog turd, you better act like you like it." They giggled and I knew they had heard.

Well, the younger one, who I was most worried about, while he is still opening his says sweetly, "Thank you and Merry Christmas!". Oh I beamed with pride thinking 'look at my little angel'. The older one, 6, opens his and says, "Well at least it isn't a dog turd!"



I learned my lesson well.
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Old 01-16-2010, 03:00 PM
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Now I know it's OK to give dog turd's for Christmas, my Christmas shopping just got easy. Boomer and Mac, you might what to smell your presents next year before you open.
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Old 01-16-2010, 05:16 PM
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I learned a good lesson over the holiday season.

My boys have had a lot in their little lifetime and aren't very grateful at times. The younger one, 5, will get mad quick if his present isn't what he wants or if it doesn't have something to do with a train. My girlfriend was bringing her little girl over to exchange presents so I was giving them a little prep talk. I told them that no matter what the present was they needed to be gracious, say thank you, and tell them Merry Christmas. They weren't paying good attention and they are boys, they like gross stuff so I said, "I don't care if it is a dog turd, you better act like you like it." They giggled and I knew they had heard.

Well, the younger one, who I was most worried about, while he is still opening his says sweetly, "Thank you and Merry Christmas!". Oh I beamed with pride thinking 'look at my little angel'. The older one, 6, opens his and says, "Well at least it isn't a dog turd!"



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