Taking a look at little Johnny's class picture, it reminds me that some days you're just not going to fit in.
You can always tell the kid that had beans for supper the night before. Either that or his class has a large number of ninjas in it. Perhaps the bench has a pivot in it, and Johnny just happens to weight 4,275 pounds. Or he could be radioactive. Nobody ever talks enough about the plight of radioactive children in school.
"Your Mama" is probably not the right answer, Johnny. For a lot of reasons that we're not going to go into now.
The thing is, if you’re in second grade and you’re making jokes like that about somebody’s mama, perhaps the teachers need to watch you a little closer. Provide some counseling services. Don’t the dead baby and your mama jokes start somewhere around 10 or 11? This paper looks like something for 8-year-olds.
Werewolf boy's theme song went kinda like this -- ahoooo! Werewolves of disco.
He came from the 70s with a polyester suit and an attitude. The only thing he feared was soap and a razor. He was: werewolf boy. Half boy, half were, and the other half wolf. His mother used to cry out Werewolf! But the people of the town would only point to the woods and say “There! There wolf!” (with apologies to Mel Brooks).
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