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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

The Candy With the Little Hole


You have to love little kids!

The children began to identify the flavors by their color:

Orange ..............Orange

Finally the teacher gave them all HONEY lifesavers.
None of the children could identify the taste.

The teacher said, "I will give you all a clue." "It's what your Mother may sometimes call your Father."

One little girl looked up in horror, spit out her lifesaver and yelled, "Oh my God, they're ass-holes!"

The teacher had to leave the room.


PerthDailyPhoto said...

Hahahahaha! I knew that was coming Sylvia but it still made me laugh out loud!!

Genie said...

You have no idea how I am laughing right now. All the kids are SOL testing so I have some free time to do commenting. I must admit that I hear that term all the time and just ignore it. When the child calms down it is then I talk to him about his choice of words. Now, this is going to show you how OVER THE HILL I am. I have just spent the last 30 minutes commenting on LAST weeks posts. My decline is going a bit more quickly than I would like. So here I go starting over with this weeks posts. genie

Mama Zen said...

That is hilarious!

This is Belgium said...

ha ha, a good one for today

Reader Wil said...

Children can say the funniest things.

Betty Manousos said...

aw, that made me literally lol!
thank you, sylvia.

big hugs!

Paula Scott said...

Too funny!!!!! Thanks for brightening up my day!

Nature Rambles said...

Thanks for the chuckle!;)

Emille said...

I guess this teacher won't ask that question anymore, lol.

Tracy said...

Oh Sylvia, that is delightful! I've been that teacher on occasion and gosh, you just have to laugh at times...

NixBlog said...

Hello Sylvia. Always good to start the day with a smile as I commute to work on the train. The other passengers are looking at me strangely as I smile at my IPad!

Arija said...

You certainly made my day with this one, I' still laughing . . .

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