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By Anonymous / Sunday 19 October 2014 20:58 / United Kingdom
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By  Just_A_Tree  |  20

Teach her to say weird things. Like: "Holy hand socks!" "Oh, potato!" (Potato is always the answer on the internet). "Well, ain't that a load of pickles?" "Well, politics..." We need more spontaneous weird people. Warning: she may make fun of you or be made fun of at school.

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By  ashyknees  |  13

If what she says at school is so bad why hasn't the teacher called you yet? Third..

By  Just_A_Tree  |  20

Teach her to say weird things. Like: "Holy hand socks!" "Oh, potato!" (Potato is always the answer on the internet). "Well, ain't that a load of pickles?" "Well, politics..." We need more spontaneous weird people. Warning: she may make fun of you or be made fun of at school.

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  Just_A_Tree  |  20

"Frick frack" "Whaggle" "Where am I" "Pie" "Frogs" "Czechoslovakia" "Austria" "Poland" Oh, I'm sorry... I didn't mean to start reading off my to-do list. You did nazi anything...

By  wang33334  |  12

School is where I learnt the coarse language. Ain't we all do?

By  Dillyduzit  |  23

I'm wondering why the teacher hasn't contacted you. If what she's saying is really inappropriate, the teacher has an obligation to let you know so you can correct the problem at home. Unless the teacher is unaware, in which case he/she is not paying enough attention to the kids they teach.

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  tishtashbat  |  16

If it was in the playground the teacher might well not be aware of it. If the kids know they're naughty words and they shouldn't say them, they're probably doing it when teachers aren't within earshot i.e. when it's break time.

By  aecribb  |  14

Yeah, I learned and used plenty of not-so-appropriate language at school, but not around teachers or my parents (at least not intentionally). While I can understand your surprise, especially if your daughter is only seven, I think you should appreciate her honesty some. I'm almost 25 and I still wouldn't feel comfortable discussing some of the language and things I use among friends with my parents, particularly not my mother.

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