Step Dad Shares the Hilarious Letter His Son Brought Home from School!
Have you ever had a letter sent home from school that made you absolutely cringe with embarrassment? I didn’t get an actual letter but when my daughter was ten years old I was shown by her teacher the story she’d written about a sweet little fairy that lived in the woods. The fairy flew around with her pretty little wings granting wishes to everyone. My daughter, Lana, named her – her own name spelled backward. Anal. Anal the Fairy!!!!! OMG………. And then when we explained to her through fits of laughter what Anal meant she was horrified because she was pronouncing it with a soft ‘A’, Annal and then got mad that we could possibly name her something that could be turned around like that. She’s probably going to hear that story again at her upcoming wedding.
In the meantime as reported here Paul Hunt of Somerset England received a hilarious letter home from school regarding his partner’s ten year old son and tweeted about it. The fall-out has been huge with Paul now at the stage he is having to turn down requests for interviews from journalists.
Here are the contents of the letter:
“Although this is not a behaviour letter as such, I am writing to inform you of something that has come to our attention and that you may wish to discuss further with (name of child). Him and a few of his friends often make up characters, give them amusing names and then they have exciting adventures at playtimes. This in itself is an imaginative and creative pastime and causes no harm.
Just to interrupt, could I point out that ‘him and a few of his friends’ is not very good grammar from an educator. Continue….
However, it has come to our attention that one of the characters has the name ‘Wildo the Dildo’ and this has, I am sure you can understand, raised some concerns with us.
Pissing myself laughing now…..
On further discussion, none of the children said they knew what it meant, but were aware that it was an inappropriate word to be using. One of the children said they picked up the word on the playground, so we will be following this up further and dealing with accordingly.”
OK, which teacher dropped one out of her bag?
Paul told the Mirror he’s actually surprised the school bothered sending a letter to notify him and his partner about good ‘ol Wildo. Their son had already told them all about it anyway, including the fact that he was embarrassed and had no idea what the word meant.
Thankfully they had a good laugh about it. And so did we, we hope you do too!