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At my high school orientation, the principal was giving a speech about road safety for pedestrians, and he said, and I quote, “In my time here, I’ve seen 3 kids hit by cars, and that’s 1 too many”. My aunt’s African Grey parrot talked incessantly, but mostly used cuss words and phrases her first husband taught it.She’d say something to it like “How’s Mr. Peter Parrot today?” And he’d reply with various things, like “Stick it up your ass!” (or something worse).We never figured out why the parrot retained everything her former husband taught it, but nothing she said. My science teacher in eighth grade was talking to us about evolution and bed bugs (and how bed bugs evolved to become resistant to bug spray and whatnot.) Then he whips a petri dish from behind his back with live-ass bed bugs in it and proceeds to tell us we cannot under any circumstances tell the principal about this, because he’d get fired.Next thing you know, he sneezes REALLY hard and drops the fucking petri dish.
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