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The condensed directions: Read the cue, react to the cue. There's no right answer, no research required. I cite sources where applicable but it's all about coming up with creative answers. Winners are picked in a week.

The number one rule? Have FUN!!!

05/23 - I'll be naming final winners this week!

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Full Moon

Letters: Given either a first line or a set-up, write a letter appropriate to the situation.
You're a teacher - write a letter to parent of a child who mooned the class.

We have a winner!!! (11/12/09)
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Chamness,
I would like to inform you of the recent inappropriate behaviour expressed by Sally recently. I am not sure that her raising her skirt and mooning the class is an appropriate sign of her disagreement of the Class discussion. It may be cute to some that she says' "Kiss my Heiny" however being the witness to several classmates taking her up on that offer has left me feeling very disturbed.
I have arranged a meeting with the School Councilor and would like you both to attend.
Please dress appropriately and keep all bare bottoms to a minimum.

Yours Sincerely,
Disturbed Teacher
Big Ups To: @Chixor
Method of Selection: Heiny makes me giggle. Also, while she insinuated the parents might be leading by example, there were no dirty hygiene issues apparent in her entry. And I have to give a quick shoutout to C. Beth - yes, butts ARE funny!

8 comments:

Chixor1 said...

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Chamness,
I would like to inform you of the recent inappropriate behaviour expressed by Sally recently. I am not sure that her raising her skirt and mooning the class is an appropriate sign of her disagreement of the Class discussion. It may be cute to some that she says' "Kiss my Heiny" however being the witness to several classmates taking her up on that offer has left me feeling very disturbed.
I have arranged a meeting with the School Councilor and would like you both to attend.
Please dress appropriately and keep all bare bottoms to a minimum.

Yours Sincerely,
Disturbed Teacher.

Ryan Ashley Scott said...

Dear Moonparent,

Your child showed everyone his butt today in class. While I believe he meant no harm (and let's face it, we all needed a good laugh after that testing debacle), I do have one small suggestion. Please wash him thoroughly. The classroom stunk all afternoon.

Sincerely,

Ms. Largenostril

C. Beth said...

Mr. Smith--

I knew I must write you, and soon,
After Johnny's actions at noon.
We're studying Mars,
And the sun, and the stars,
We're not ready to study the moon!

C. Beth said...

Chixor & RAS both have me giggling. Butts are funny. :)

That corgi :) said...

Dear Parent:

Today during show and tell, your Johnny decided to show more than we usually like to see and I'm sorry but I have to tell you that he decided to moon the class. Now I know we are to be not ashamed of our bodies and promote positive self image, but seeing Johnny's naked butt in front of the class is one image that will haunt me the rest of my teaching career, and perhaps life. I must inform you that Johnny will need to be suspended from school for 3 days and will need to write a letter of apology to each and everyone of his classmates. Oh, you might even want to give him another lesson in hygiene and proper wiping.

Thank you,

Johnny's teacher

Mike Trippiedi said...

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Mullins,

This is a proper school. We do not talk about or acknowledge anything that might be considered embarrassing to some.

That being said, I must inform you that today your son Ernie decided to take pictures of the class room. It was not pretty. Please show your child the proper use of a lense cap or we will have to privately take matters into our own hands. And after seeing your sons camera - we would rather not do that.

P.S. Ernie has great leadership qualities.

2cats said...

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Mathews,

I am writing to tell you about an episode that happened today in class.
We were just finishing up our health class entitled "The Human Body".
Your son decided to give us all a sneak peak at the next lesson which is the male body.
All I can say to this type of behavior is: Way to go mom and dad!
Yours son's grateful teacher

Seansmoma said...

Dear Parents,

We here are Andrews Elementary feel the need to address a situation that presented itself today in class.

We have been studying the solar system and today was our day to talk about the moon. I was just beginning when your son chose to jump up on his chair and interrupt me.

He said that the "moon" is discussed all the time at home and that there are many moons and his mother owns one. When I questioned him regarding this matter he replied that his father frequently requests to play with his mother's "moon." (This is a subject that I think should be discussed with the schools counselor. Please control yourself in front of your child.)

He also said that he has a moon as well. Then he proceeded to show us. This caused the other children to declare that they also had moons of their own. Soon my entire class had their pants down.

Please attend to your son.

Sincerely,
Mrs. Collins

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