8/6/11

A not so brilliant forgery. (aka I wasn't born yesterday.)


A word of advice to any would-be kindergartn grade tricksters here in Oregon - When forging a note to the teacher stating that you will be walking home, do NOT use the newsprint drawing paper, do NOT use all capital letters, do NOT use crayon and do NOT sign the note “Mommy Smith…”


The teacher just might suspect something…






(sure it's a repeat, but I'm busy selling anything I can get my hands-on at a yard sale. Desperate times call for "plastic meshurs.")

12 comments:

Joanie said...

Even your repeats are funny the second time around! Good luck on your yard sale!

Joanie said...

FIRST!! I WAS FIRST!! WHOOPEE!!!!

Rebecca Watson said...

that is sooo funny :) - and so cute :) LOVE IT!

Brian Miller said...

haha...um...it is far too late for this advice for me...lol

Everyday Goddess said...

i feel about yard sales what you feel about camping...good luck with it though!

MaryBeth said...

We have received those notes - only it was saying that Frank couldn't go to PE, the day after Frank got in trouble in...PE.
Gotta love Kindergarten!

Ellie Mae said...

Heehee, "Mommy Smith" Thanks for sharing; I needed that laugh today!

Gigi said...

I could have used that advice YEARS ago!

SkylersDad said...

I love the note in crayon!

Sparkling said...

I went to a Christian school and we went to Awana,which is a Christian youth group. So I was all swaddled in do gooder behavior. But I forged my mother's signature. A BECAUSE I DIDN"T MEMORIZE A BIBLE VERSE! I dont' know how the teacher knew. I signed it Kathy in nice print letters....

Sparkling said...

This prompted me to write my own post about forgery which will appear on Wednesday,

I also have to say that I've never been to your site and when I first looked at the picture here, I saw a little boo boo on the knee and the word fotolia and I thought it was some medical diagnosis you were pointing out!!

Casey Freeland said...

Ah, poor, poor child. Doomed to a life of poorly created fake-I.D.'s and the wrong test answers stolen in high school.

Cheers,

Casey