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that, and the Rhyming Becktionary : http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=becktionary&defid=1198816
Those faces, full of inspiration
HAHAHAHAHA Descares is a fart!
Children? This method works for the “grownups” in our office also.
I just sent that to all the teachers at my two schools, and everyone is rolling! Thanks for the Friday chuckle!
How about words that rhyme with orange? Let’s frustrate the little buggers.
Bart Simpson, “Don’t have cow man.”
I feel a poem coming on
Farts are funny… Hee Hee
Yeah, as a teacher, pretty sure I’ve done this before…what can I say? It works!
i have never heard a chicken fart. ever.
proper chickens cluck loudly when they fart, thus disguising how farty they really are. and establishing them as a noisy barnyard creature. and what with bird hygiene being what it is, they’ve always had an odor problem.
how was my lesson learned? let’s just say, never light a match inside of a closed chicken coop unless you’re planning to raise the roof.
This reminds me of the time my pet chicken William was so scared he farted…
Hilarious and I’m sure that it would work as a way to encourage kids but I was going to point out that Fart doesn’t even come close to rhyming with Descartes. That is of course until I checked and found that that Americans do pronounce it ‘day-kart’ whereas I was taught ‘day-Kar’.
OOOOhh myyyy Gosh!!!
This cartoon is PURE. GENIUS.
Doug, for this and other cartoons, I want to say:
I love this.
I actually had to have a chat with the principal because I let my 5th graders use potty humor when learning about parts of speech. We were doing Mad Libs, and I didn’t care if they used fart, or poop etc, as long as they were using it in the correct form of speech. This cartoon makes my day!! Thanks!!!
stealthy chickens fart
mastered the art of the silent fart
god I wish it would depart that wretched silent fart
Brilliant. I love your humor!
I think that’s why they made Captain Underpants…
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