Passing notes at school

Instead of quietly doing school work while the teacher loads the dishwasher with the breakfast dishes, one child passed a note to another child.

BiLLy yoo are stooPiD.

One day, she’ll understand the point about the pot calling the kettle black.

11 thoughts on “Passing notes at school

  1. Love it. You gotta save that one for the “school days scrapbook”!

  2. lol! i would correct her spelling in red ink and make her redo it properly. 😉

  3. But Heather, she’d be so traumatized by that red ink…Actually, the real lesson I’d like her to learn is <>not to put things in writing<>. Had she merely made faces or mouthed the words, I would not have had the hard core evidence needed for a conviction. But I’m not sure I should be cultivating the criminal mind quite <>yet<>.

  4. This totally made me giggle. Can’t you feel the love? 🙂-Andrea

  5. Thank you for this laugh-out-loud moment.

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  7. Very funny! Her spelling is better than my kids’. (James hit the mouse and posted, and there was obvious misspelling in the first comment. Couldn’t leave that!)

  8. <>But I’m not sure I should be cultivating the criminal mind quite yet.<>ha! i say T is going to have to be sneakier than pete and i were – i’m not about to give her any hints! 😉

  9. Oh my goodness!!!! Love it! LOL Thanks for the laugh!

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