Putting meaning into every lesson

If it startles a laugh out of me, I pass it on to you.  This one, sent by a friend, is too good to keep to myself.


2 Responses

  1. When I was teaching in MD, I had a principal who told that same story, but made himself the star. I was very impressed at the time, but have since heard versions of it several times. For that, and a few other reasons, I lost a lot of respect for him. Now I wonder if it’s just an urban legend, albeit a very amusing one.

  2. This one has been around the net for some time. I doubt if the original could ever be identified. One of the versions I’ve read was it happened in a Catholic Girls’ school.
    Maybe the janitor is transmitting it.

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