Swearing at children actually offers them profound benefits. It teaches Mall etiquette (especially when combined with specific elements of ASL), and helps them interact with their elementary school teachers. More importantly, it teaches them to respect their parents and how to cope with life's more important events — like how to describe to friends the parent that took the cell phone away or forbid the viewing of Saw 19.
I think Scholastic should install this book at the head of their K-12 literature series.
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