Thursday, October 9, 2008

Touch Me, Touch Me Not

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To learn the story behind this note, you will need to read my post on DadCentric today. Or you can just hang here and make your best guess.

19 comments:

  1. I love kid notes. My daughter called her classmate an idiot and had to write to apologize. She wrote, "Next time I see you, I won't say anything. Because if you don't have anything nice to say, you shouldn't say anything."

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  2. The only notes we ever get from school are head injury notes. We got 9 last year.

    My little guy has zipped his little guy twice and slammed it in the toilet lid twice.

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  3. That note is great. I think our legal system should run that way for minor crimes.

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  4. Hey,
    You r funny, and I like it. Come see me!
    Eve

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  5. I love that note-- I would be framing a copy of it to brighten my day whenever I needed it.

    I need to show this to my wife.

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  6. My husband wrote me a note like that last night. Bow chicka bow.

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  7. Marinka - If only that worked on relatives.

    Colletee - AAAAH AAAAAH AAAAAH! I'd switch to velcro.

    Heiny - George W. needs a write me and my IRA a few million apologizes, too.

    Eve - That is best come on I've had in years. The only one, but still the best.

    Dan - It's going over the mantle.

    Anna - Should I arrange to get him some lessons?

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  8. Pure poetry.

    My daughter had to write a note of apology when she was in 2nd grade. She refused to start it with "Dear [Name of Victim]" because she didn't want to suggest to him that she held him dear in any way. So it began, "Fellow Student [Name of Victim]."

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  9. She spelled "inappropriately" correctly but misspelled sorry.

    A school that starts with the tough words first -- cutting edge stuff. I like it.

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  10. DGM - Standing on principlr in grade 2 -- good for her.

    AMR - We r quit progressive hear.

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  11. Hang on to that and release it to the media when the perpetrator runs for public office in 30 years ...

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  12. Oh, man, I love parenthood.

    I recently found a note in my son's room that my daughter wrote to him:

    "Nancy (her doll) is not stupid. Stripey (his teddy bear) is the stupid one. Love, Morticia"

    * sigh *

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  13. I'm shocked they would allow a note like that.
    That's like fresh blood for a PI lawyer around these parts.

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  14. That's one to keep in the old scrapbook. Or on the fridge.

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  15. This tale was both hilarious and cringe-worthy, and I don't think you even need to have the punching bag to understand. However, there still appears to be a great deal of hostility and aggression going on in the scrawled, heavily-erased nature of this note. I'd definitely suggest the boy not turn his back or mistakenly make prey his package around that girl for awhile.

    I also wish to say I feel a wee bit creepy having just used the words "boy" and "his package" as it is necessary in this comment, but I trust you'll continue to allow me access.

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  16. Ha! I think making a first grader spell "inappropriately" is punishment enough, don't you?

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  17. No one likes being touched where their bathing suit covers.

    I love that they made the girl jump 2 grades in vocab as there is no suitable replacement for 'inappropriate' in this case - (also my favorite word, ever, btw)

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  18. bwa!

    yes, it's funny when it's someone else's child.

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