Things You Should Never Say to Parents

Jen and Kim catch up in this episode that is like a street that has no name. Jen updates us on her mom’s recovery, and how she managed to flirt with the firemen (Jen’s mom-not Jen).  Kim retells a bed bug story that will have you checking your sheets.  Kim chaperoned homecoming and once again was a witness to bad body surfing and embarrassing attempts at moshing.
They review some things you really want to say to parents, but shouldn’t if you want to keep your job.
Jen entertains us with a unique version of, Little Red Riding Hood. They also give PSA regarding how we should regard creatures from beyond..formerly known as aliens.

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Till Death
Little Red Riding Hood Summary
Demi Lovato thinks the term ‘aliens’ is ‘derogatory’ to extraterrestrials

Sea Foam, Butt Implants, and Teachers‘ Secret Thoughts

This is our 25th episode! 
Our Twisted Lit segment is brought to by Kim and Jen’s daughters, Brooke and Violet. Violet tells the real story of The Little Mermaid. We wonder: Does it hurt turning into sea foam? Is it better to be a really good dancer but when you dance there are searing pains in your legs, or would you rather just keep your fin? 
Brooke shared her not-so-fond memories of The Lord of the Flies, and she teaches us to choose our leaders wisely, otherwise they may murder us.  Kim and Jen talk about Madonna and her alleged butt implants.  They just want to know the truth. Then they delve into what not to say to students, and how to use the Fu** with intention.  

Fire in the Arteries, Cannibalism, and Apple Peelers

Kim survives a harrowing experience of almost being run over by a parent. They discuss how some parents are upset with teachers for not passing out bday invites to a few kids instead of the entire class. One parent says, “This isn’t a soup kitchen.” WTF?
Then they delve into how shadow puppet artistry and knitting socks arent exactly indicators of giftedness. Jen takes us down the twisted rabbit hole of The Juniper Tree in Twisted Lit. We learn that hot flashes going uncared for could lead to some very bad choices, including but not limited to, decapitation, severing limbs, and cannibalism.

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A teacher’s Take: Is it Inappropriate to Hand out Bday Invitation in Class?
Mensa-Where Brilliance Belongs….
The Juniper Tree