Discussion in 'General Education' started by Peachyness, Nov 9, 2010.
Nov 9, 2010
I really hope this comic strip won't shock or offend anybody....
Reminds me of the Sex and the City episode with Steve and Miranda's new boyfriend.
I could totally see one of my boys doing that! I love it :lol:
Thanks guys! Ceasar, I don't remember that scene???? It's been a while though.
Would it be bad if I replaced my little avatar picture with the last picture in my comic strip?........
It's from Season 6, "The Domino Effect" I think.
Ah, that's why. I never saw season six. It's waiting for me in my Netlix queue.
In a related strip, you could tell the story of how I found out why my supply kept disappearing. You see, they apparently also make great torpedoes when young boys are playing pretend Navy battles
Hahaha, that's funny!!!!
When I took a health and first aid course in college, our instructor discussed the best methods for creating our own first-aid kit. Tampons and pads were strongly recommended as staple items for the kits.
Nov 10, 2010
That gave me the laugh I need this morning--thanks!
A couple of years back I had a colleague who was close to retiring, she was one of the old school type of teachers (Think of Miss Jean Brodie). Very strict and strait laced! We had a couple of new young female teachers who were always up for a joke. They sometimes had to teach in the older teacher's room and she frequently complained if it was not left in pristine condition.
So they decided to create a mural o her large whiteboaurd. They did an underwater scene and used tampons as tadpoles! The tadpoles were swimming all over the board, they had eyes and gills etc. She was not amused!
Wow! That's pretty funny.
That is too funny. I'm sending that to the school nurse!!
We'll the student can definitely be rewarded for ingenuity:lol:
I've actually had to do that before. It was when I taught pre-k. I had to cut it into quarters though. I was told about the method in a college course and again in a first aid class.
I got to skimming through your other strips.
http://aethyr1.homelinux.net/~cecilia/august12.html I DIED laughing reading this one out to my aides when I got to #5. I like to have not gotten through the whole list. We had tears in our eyes. It struck us funny big time!!
I'm glad to have helped make you laugh today.
Huh? Wow! I never was taught to actually use them!!
I used to teach 6-8th graders... oh goodness... you couldn't say hardly anything without them taking it the wrong way! LOL
I didn't know you taught the big kids before. I guess I assumed to have always taught preschool.
Oh, and yes, with my sixth, and sometimes fifth graders, you have to be ever so careful.
At my school, each grade level has specific colored recess equipment. I know 4th is purple, 5th is blue, and 6th is red. So, of course, the boys love to say, "Hey, that's my blue ball" or "Those are our blue balls!"
Yeah, one year was enough!!!!! The younger the better!!!!!
...shhh, but I agree. Actually, I do love teaching fifth graders, but these last two years they have been a bit crazy. I'm thinking, if I ever get back into my own classroom, I would LOVE to either go back down to kinder or teach 4th grade.
Nov 11, 2010
When I was in HS, those were always in the wrestling coach's duffel bag for bloody noses.
There is a scene in "She's the Man" about using tampons to stop a bloody nose - one of the funniest scenes in a really funny movie.
I LOVE your comics peachy! They are laugh-out-loud funny
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