By bigmozwoman - United States - Phoenix
Today, I was driving students home on my school bus. I looked up in time to see a student wipe what would be one of many boogers across the window. As I'm cleaning the window, I tell her, "This is disgusting." Her reply? "No, it's not. It's PERFECT!" FML
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  9a_1z  |  12

Yeah, it would be titled something like 'Untitled 2' and have a long rambling description about what was going through the artist's head as she created it.

  derangedplanet  |  23

Not to mention that other people would hate it for existing because it stole the thunder when they actually have ability. when quite often their art follows the same random course.

By  writerchic85  |  25

Why didn't you have her clean it!? I'd be embarrassing the crap out of her. Id tell all the other kids, her parents, and her teachers. "Watch out for her, she smears booger on things". That will learn her.

  Rkikkas9713  |  25

While I partially agree with you #32, I believe that embarrassment to an extent is a wonderful teacher for things. I had to basically raise myself and due to that I was constantly embarrassing myself. The extent of which the other commenter was talking about would be much too extreme, though.

  Rkikkas9713  |  25

Where in the FML does it say the bus rider was ten? It could be someone in their senior year of high school. It could also be someone who is in kindergarten.

By  MyUsernameisEpic  |  29

This could be a really innocent young child (4-7) who doesn't understand that throwing boogers is definitely not proper manners or this could be a really gross high-schooler. If it's the latter, I am disappointed. Either way, FYL OP.

  wysegirl  |  20

My 3 yr old knows better so a 4-7 yr old should too.. it's the parents who are not teaching and expecting the schools to teach..