Awwww, Man!

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October 4, 2011 by WITS Editor

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“Aidan, your mom and I are enrolling you in summer school.”

“Awwww, Man!”

“But you’ll get to have the funnest teacher on the planet!”


“Well, at least you’ll get her the last 2 days of the summer–that’s when she gets back from maternity leave.”

“Awwww, Man!”

“But the substitute, Ms. Ruler, gets very strong reviews from the school administration.”


“And she only gives 17 pages of homework each night.”

“Awwww, Man!

“Look on the bright side, Aidan.  Summer school won’t  last the whole 3 months.”


“You’ll have off one week before 5th grade starts!”

“Awwww, Man!”

By Aidan, 9


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