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By auraya1985 / Saturday 12 September 2015 21:34 / United Kingdom
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By  djm2010  |  8

The teacher sounds slow. She could have asked your daughter to elaborate and using context clues, she would figure out what your daughter actually watched. As cart that is is the person you have to trust to educate your child.

By  djm2010  |  8

No one said anything about doing that in front if the class. She could have pulled the child to the side and asked her to explain herself a little further. It would take half a second to figure out what she really meant.

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By  riddhi  |  16

that is tricky

By  urbanbigfoot  |  20

Just the very naughty edition right?

By  djm2010  |  8

The teacher sounds slow. She could have asked your daughter to elaborate and using context clues, she would figure out what your daughter actually watched. As cart that is is the person you have to trust to educate your child.

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  wellhi  |  7

The teacher thought she was talking about porn stars. Why would anyone ask another to elaborate on details about "porn stars," especially in a room full of children?

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  djm2010  |  8

No one said anything about doing that in front if the class. She could have pulled the child to the side and asked her to explain herself a little further. It would take half a second to figure out what she really meant.

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  B00K_L0V3R93  |  29

I don't think the accent has anything to do with it. Pawn and porn sound the same regardless of how you pronounce it, with whatever accent you pronounce it in. I just think it was a mistake (on the teacher's behalf) because she didn't get the girl to elaborate on what she meant by 'porn/pawn' star.

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  Vlen_fml  |  20

that's not true at all, I'm from AZ, a state that notably lacks a regional accent, and our "Aw" and "Or" sounds are clearly enunciated. I'm assuming you're either from Europe, New England U.S., or East India if your accents can't distinguish the two.

By  djm2010  |  8

I can't reply to my own comment so here is my edit for the last sentence. *It's a scary thought that's the person you have to trust to educate your child.

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