Thursday, 3 March 2011
little devils and angels without halos #1
I spent about eight years working in childrens homes and have so many fond and funny memories from those days.
I didn't dare ask how he pictured lunch in his head.
Another day myself, two male members of staff and Jack along with a couple of other boys went to a nearby lake which was a local swimming spot.
Female staff didn’t go swimming - not a good idea to be in any state of undress in front of the boys - but the men would.
One of the staff, Alan, went to get changed and came back wearing a pair of tight speedos.
Cue giggling and sniggering from all the boys, but mostly Jack
“What are you laughing at Jack ?”
“For a grown man your not very big are you ?”
“Well Jack I don’t think it’s very appropriate of you to say that”
Jack is now having serious problems trying not to laugh even more and the other guy there had gone ‘to make sure the boys in the water are ok’ because he had also wanted to laugh.
“I’m just saying . . . I think mines bigger then yours and I’m 14 and you’re a grown man”
“Jack I suggest you be quiet now before you get yourself into trouble”
“I’d be in trouble if my equipment was that small”