By ilana - 10/02/2012 09:51 - United States
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I got so excited about being the first commenter that I drew a complete blank on something to say. I just had to seize the moment though. You really can't blame the child, they probably don't have full control over their colon yet. Atleast it wasn't green diarrhea.
Pepelepew, I'm glad I was able to see your comment before the Mighty FML Deity came down off her perch on high and smote it. It seems you're still harbouring a grudge against me for something I may have said weeks ago. Just get over it, friend. Ever notice how some people call others "friend" when they actually mean "idiot"? Interesting, that.
Ugg, i really wish the mods leave flame wars up, its more entertaining than the fml (pretty amusing), the funny puns and comments people come up with about the fml (pretty funny), and most of all; people bashing the op because of the idiot things they do (more interesting than anything, makes most things preventable). Flame wars are pretty much the best thing on the internet. Cheap entertainment
Actually having worked day camps, it wasn't her job- that is the camp leaders job for both reasons of camp leader is paid more to deal with shit like this (no pun intended), and the camp leader has their ass covered legally with security checks- most group leaders/councellors do not based on the camps I worked at. Op could actually be charged with child molestation, screwed up as that is, because they weren't covered legally. :/
'Little boys' have accidents sometimes. Your responsible for him while he's with you, so doesn't that make it part of your job?
The comment didn't say anything about doing anything "well". It stated that if your job is at a kids day-camp, accidents with children are common and this is part of doing that job. There isn't anything sexist about that statement. The OP's job description includes taking care of these accidents as would any type of child care job.