Today, preschool. Tomorrow, Baywatch.

Thalia is learning about marine life in preschool this week all with perfectly preschool-appropriate activities: Reading a story about an octopus, painting a giant whale, making crab cakes. Blah blah blah.

So it made sense when she said that her classmates have all been playing “Jellyfish” this week and she wanted to play with her sister.

From the next room: Okay Sage it’s your turn.

Now you are going to sting me.

Is it stinging? Ow, ow it stings!

Okay…now pee on me.

She has very thorough teachers I guess.


12 thoughts on “Today, preschool. Tomorrow, Baywatch.”

  1. I learned that lesson once…the hard way. But three seems a bit young to learn to pee on yourself. Must be an awesome teacher. Wonder if she’ll hear about it from parents in the next few days.

    I was waiting for you to say that she had convinced Sage to really pee on her.

  2. I want to hear what kind of mess the teacher had to deal with. 20 kids peeing on themselves?

    I wouldn’t normally do this…but I have had 36 hours of humor, at least I’m gripping at it being humor. If you feel the urge, see tonite’s post. Bodily functions must be this week’s theme.

  3. It somehow seems wrong that they’d be making crab cakes and taking all that out of the waters. hehe

  4. @JellyJules, actually the note home indicated that the kids were in fact making “Crabby Patties.”

    I left that part out because I thought < HREF="" REL="nofollow">SpongeBob already got enough play here this week<>.

  5. 🙂

    But the thing is… it really DOES work. It may be a handy skill for her someday.

    We have to pee on ourselves all the time – out here in the jellyfishy Indian Ocean.

  6. OMG – SO funny. Any idea on whether pee or meat tenderizer work better?

    Beer, by the way, works only marginally.

  7. Bwhahaha! I just can’t believe her teachers really taught that! I’m guessing some kid with an older sibling or parents watching Friends told the class about it?

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