Rearwindow Post time 2014-1-15 17:01:39

Second grade girls from US interpret love on a tissue

Falling in love is a topic explored by countless poets, singers and writers, and now two second grade girls have provided their own insight into the phenomenon.

Writer Ted Scheinman, from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, tweeted a picture of the handwritten how-to guide composed by two students at the Boston school where his sister teaches.

The 24-step process as interpreted by the girls includes 'stare at the person', 'go dance and put your noses together' and 'go in bed and do sex'.

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2014/01/14/article-2539442-1AAA5E8500000578-37_634x434.jpg
Imparting knowledge: The girls apparently penned the informative list on a napkin during 12 minutes of free time that they had after they finished an assignment early

Rearwindow Post time 2014-1-15 17:02:22

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2014/01/14/article-2539442-1AAA5E8500000578-644_634x446.jpg

youknowhat Post time 2014-1-15 20:51:59

she MUST be doin really good in her biology & sex education class in skool...just watchout bois  {:soso_e114:}{:soso_e113:}

Ratfink Post time 2014-1-15 22:01:23

The sad thing is sooner or later those girls are going to breed.

F111 Post time 2014-1-16 11:49:48

Is this real?

summerecho Post time 2014-1-16 18:43:44

{:soso_e114:}..even though westerns are more open but they are very serivous about sex. topic like sex is rarely mentioned between friends, close friends. it is too personal and privete. schools have education about sex but 12-year-old children would write this?

youknowhat Post time 2014-1-16 23:22:33

summerecho Post time: 2014-1-16 05:43 static/image/common/back.gif
..even though westerns are more open but they are very serivous about sex. topic like s ...

oh REALLY when was the last time that you picked up a teen magazine...have you seen the movie "kids" :lol;P
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