“In the future, everyone will be famous for 15 minutes.” – Andy Warhol
Potty Training At School
Potty training isn’t a fun task for either the child or the parent. What happens, however, when the school decides to take on this task? Teaching your child how to wipe their bum after they take a poop is something that one school does successfully. It’s too funny, however, because the method shown in the video is enough to make anyone laugh until they cry.
If you think about it, just how would you teach a child to wipe their butts after a strong poop? We can’t think of an easy solution, but we do find the solution in this video a bit on the extreme side. Nevertheless, the method chosen by this particular teacher actually works.
The question here should be if we think the school should have the responsibility to teach something this private? At what point do we take away certain teachings that are reserved for parents and continue to throw them at teachers in school settings? Parents have it so easy, these days. They don’t have to teach their children how to read, socialize, or count–and now, they don’t have to teach them how to wipe their own bottoms. Maybe the parents of the students in this video signed forms that provided their approval for such teachings. Who knows? At any rate, it’s good to see that something so private can be so funny.
Check out this video and see just how funny a butt-wipe can be. It will be enough to make you truly appreciate teachers and the jobs that they have before them. It ain’t easy being a teacher these days, as you will see from this video. It’s a dirty job, but someone has to do it.
Our childhood, how we were brought up, our relationships with our caregivers play a big impact on our love styles.
Whether you are the pleaser, the victim or the controller, your upbringing is largely responsible for that. Watch this video to see how your childhood might have affected who you are.
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