Another Candidate for Teacher of the Year … Kama Sutra meets Sesame Street … Brought to you by the Letter E
It is being passed off as a mistake, yet I am not so sure. It would almost have been better if someone had said the mistake was intentional as it is unbelievable that so many people within the school system missed this incredible gaff. The blunder you ask?
MONROE, N.Y. Sep 18, 2006 (AP)— School officials apologized after an X-rated font was used on a third-grade spelling packet handed out to parents. The font showed male and female stick figures in provocative poses to form the letters of the alphabet. (ABC News)
(Click on the “E” to see font, warning sexually graffic in a movie‘Bird Cage’ kind of way)
If “E” is for embarrassment … then “L” is for the lack of attention provided by the entire school system.
Central Valley — “E” is for embarrassed — like the teacher who inadvertently used a kinky alphabet in a handout to parents. “C” is for the calls alerting school officials to the sexy script. And “A” is for the apology that followed. A veteran teacher used the font — depicting quasi-anatomically correct male and female stick figures contorting into letters of the alphabet — on the cover sheet of a spelling curriculum given to parents at a Pine Tree Elementary open house last week. (Recordonline)
School administrators said the teacher did not use the font intentionally. I am tending to agree with Michelle Malkin on this one. How many packets were compiled and yet not one was checked. Intentional or incompetence, neither is really acceptable.
Riiight. The teacher’s fingers just accidentally slipped and downloaded the font, then accidentally slipped again when pressing print and compiling the packets.
The A-B-Cs of S-E-X
Attention, class: ‘D’ is for ‘D’oh!’
An undoubtedly red-faced elementary school teacher in Monroe, N.Y., inadvertently gave parents a lesson in the ABC’s of XXX at an open house when she distributed a spelling curriculum handout with pornographic print, the Times Herald-Record reports.
Can you spell H-U-M-I-L-I-A-T-I-N-G?
The frisky font consisted of male and female stick figures … ahem … working in titillating togetherness to form the letters of the alphabet (Fox News)