School Blues: a Tickle by Scott Hammon

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Today’s guest post is brought to you by my dear friend Scott, who is the author of ScottHammon.com. He enjoys making people laugh, writing children’s books and screenplays, and stealing from the rich (taking extra napkins from Wendy’s). Oh, and he calls his blog posts “tickles.”

This tickle is entitled, “School Blues.”

 

I had a student tell me the other day that my cologne smells bad. He’s a first grader.

I told him, “I’m not wearing any cologne.”

And he said, “Then you should probably wash that shirt.”

I told him, “The smell you’re smelling is probably the dog poop that’s on your shoe.”

And he said, “I didn’t step in poop.”

I said, “Look at the bottom of your shoe.”

So he lifted up his shoe and looked. And there caked into his tread was fresh dog poop.

He smiled and said, “How’d you put that there?”

I said, “Teachers have a way with poop.”

And then he thought for a moment and said, “So do toilets.”

Kids always try to get away with poop. But when it’s stuck to you…you ain’t gettin’ away with sh*t.

 

Scott’s been making me laugh since high school! You can check out more of Scott’s Tickles at ScottHammon.com or by liking his Facebook page!

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Comments

  1. M'chelle says

    LOL! Your last line is so funny and true. My students are always trying to get away with things by giving such obvious lies and excuses.

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