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    Quote Originally Posted by pete View Post
    I'd be more concerned about the student who, in a zombie survival situation, thinks it's appropriate to upgrade the zombies to Fire Zombies.
    This was before Zombie awareness day and the Zombie survival masterclass.

    Needless to say, we now have a procedure in place which students are aware of.

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    I was helping at cubs this week, and we got the kids playing a game of wink murder. One of the adults picked someone to be the detective, and told him "since you were talking, you just volunteered to go clean the toilets." Another leader, not wanting to miss out on the joke pipped in "Start with the ladies, the cubicle on the right."

    So a leader led them out the hall, and came in 1 minute later laughing..... The cub had actually gone, got the toilet brush and started scrubbing the toilet!!!

    I think we need to lobby for them to alter the early years curriculum.

    The focus should now be English, Maths, Science and Sarcasm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rydra View Post
    I was helping at cubs this week, and we got the kids playing a game of wink murder. One of the adults picked someone to be the detective, and told him "since you were talking, you just volunteered to go clean the toilets." Another leader, not wanting to miss out on the joke pipped in "Start with the ladies, the cubicle on the right."

    So a leader led them out the hall, and came in 1 minute later laughing..... The cub had actually gone, got the toilet brush and started scrubbing the toilet!!!

    I think we need to lobby for them to alter the early years curriculum.

    The focus should now be English, Maths, Science and Sarcasm.
    what? you didn't just let them carry on? This is character forming stuff! My Missus' uses cleaning the loos/kitchen/sweeping up as a standard discipline with her brownies if they wind her up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rydra View Post
    Another leader, not wanting to miss out on the joke pipped in "Start with the ladies, the cubicle on the right."
    You realise that's going to scar them for life?

    "What did you learn at cubs son?"
    "I learned that women absolutely destroy toilets, Dad."

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete View Post
    You realise that's going to scar them for life?

    "What did you learn at cubs son?"
    "I learned that women absolutely destroy toilets, Dad."
    The next day
    "Son, let me show you something. This is the mens toilet at the pub."
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    Quote Originally Posted by pete View Post
    You realise that's going to scar them for life?

    "What did you learn at cubs son?"
    "I learned that women absolutely destroy toilets, Dad."
    Quote Originally Posted by X-13 View Post
    The next day
    "Son, let me show you something. This is the mens toilet at the pub."
    (X_X)
    In these modern times, girls can be cubs too, you know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by elsiegee40 View Post
    In these modern times, girls can be cubs too, you know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oaktech View Post
    I must add that i did go on to solve her problem with a backup tape!
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