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Old 02-19-2003, 12:41 PM
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Old 02-19-2003, 12:53 PM
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Oops, meant to be read as "Eff-Ey-Cue-Ah-Bull".
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That sounds even worse!!
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A friend told me that his daughter (age 8 ) wanted to know what the "F-word" was. He didn't want to say it (a little knowledge can be dangerous in the wrong hands), so he told her it was "fudge."
A few days later at school, the daughter overheard another kid say, browbeating himself, "Oh, fudge!" And she squealed on him. His parents had to come to school, my friend had to come to school and explain everything. Oh the hilarity! Might make an interesting sit-com episode, if it hasn't already been done.
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A friend told me that his daughter (age 8 ) wanted to know what the "F-word" was. He didn't want to say it (a little knowledge can be dangerous in the wrong hands), so he told her it was "fudge."
A few days later at school, the daughter overheard another kid say, browbeating himself, "Oh, fudge!" And she squealed on him. His parents had to come to school, my friend had to come to school and explain everything. Oh the hilarity! Might make an interesting sit-com episode, if it hasn't already been done.
What a little brat! Your friends should teach his child not to rat on other kids. This teacher should really have explained to your friend's kid that it isn't nice to squeel on people when what they do or say isn't your business. So, instead he calls the other kid's parents in?

This reminds me of how stupid some of my teachers were when I was in school. I remember when I was in the second grade and my teacher would have who ever volunteered first each day to watch the class. This person would have to report to the teacher anyone they deemed as being bad or being good. I can't believe the rediculousness of that. Just teaching kids to rat on each other.
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I agree. Glad it wasn't my kid.

I wouldn't even tell my kids what the word is until they said it and only after they had subsequently consumed large quantities of soap. No, I don't let them watch that kind of TV or hang around people who use that type of language in front of children.
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The FAQ here is editable through a control panel! That's on the honeydo list. We'll be able to easily maintain an FAQ.
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then there will be an RF-specific FAQ?
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