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Don't touch

Discussion in 'Primary' started by mrajlong, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. mrajlong

    mrajlong Established commenter

    I have a long held belief that if I placed a live hand grenade in front of a group of children and told them: "Do not touch this as it could cause your imminent death," that I should dive commando style out of the classroom door before the explosion. Has anyone else got any other funny ideas on the bizarre and sometimes infuriating curiosity of children?
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    mrajlong Established commenter


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