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All is well, he was reminded to have "nice hands" as well as other things. He lives at the facility I work at, but I will not be working with this youth anymore. Things escalated very quickly and in order for everyone to be safe and be able to learn in an apparently less tempting environment I will be in a different location.
By BioChickthcfy - / Wednesday 13 November 2013 22:27 / United States - Edinburg
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  underthesea12  |  24

well we can guess what one of his needs are!

  JMichael  |  25

Well did you attend to his needs? You can get fired for neglect if you don't.

  CobraLazerFace  |  21

And she made his ;)

  spoo  |  23

I want sound effects :o

  whiteboy896  |  9

Everyone needs some lovin!

By  daniel_dd31  |  13

It takes a special person to do a job like this. Just remember that.

  Booda_Shun  |  28

Hey, what about "God gives special children to special people?"

  DraconicFeline  |  31

When did this meme become appropriate to use again?


It's like fucking on the first date. Kid put his raging bone on her leg and tried humping her. She was unaware of his romantic feelings for her, let alone had any feelings for him. Wouldn't be my first choice for a reference here, but still appropriate.

By  klol_fml  |  11

So.. how big was his hump?

By  IndieParadise  |  4

Working with special needs teens is sometimes hard and in this particular situation, weird. They're also really sweet to take care of and I respect you for your enduring work. (Unrelated to your FML but I just wanted to let you know you are an amazing person (:) Let's just hope it doesn't happen again^^

  HanBroman  |  20

I agree; we have a special needs department at my school and there are a couple of boys constantly getting suspended for this kind of thing. It's an issue that comes up a lot, as some of these kids have no idea what's going on with their bodies and also have no boundaries. others think its a game. mostly they touch other students. I've always wanted to work with special needs teens but I don't know how I'd deal with this kind of thing.

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