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Little Johnny walked into school 30 minutes late. "Sorry I'm late, teacher," he said, "but I didn't get my f...ing breakfast."

"Johnny, we don't use language like that in school! Go stand in the corner!"

She then continued the geography lesson. "Who can tell me where the Canadian border is?" she asked. No hand went up except Little Johnny's.

The teacher ignored him and asked again. Still no takers, so she reluctantly called on Little Johnny.

He replied, "He's in bed with my Mom and that's why I didn't get any f...king breakfast!"

 

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