I brought Daisy to her Tae Kwon Do class this weekend. For some reason the Saturday class is always poorly attended. Yesterday Daisy was the only student. Being an only child and a natural teacher's pet, this is a comfortable scenario for her.
The class was taught by a substitute instructor that I had never seen before. He led Daisy through several of her Tae Kwon Do forms for a few minutes, then looked down at his watch and soon realized that class with one student can cover a lot more ground than class with a dozen. He needed filler and fast.
"So, Daisy, you feel like doing something..... uh.... new?"
"Ok, we're going to use something that your other classmates haven't tried yet."
With that ominous warning, the instructor disappeared into the supply room for a minute and then returned with....NUNCHUCKS!
Ah, of course. Nunchucks. I guess they had run out of throwing stars, machetes, and dynamite. These are all very useful skills for six year-olds.
I was sitting about 20 yards away, so I couldn't see what the nunchucks were made out of. For the sake of my parental sanity, I'm going to assume they were made out of something soft like foam and not wood. I'm sure a better parent would have at least asked a question about them, but I was too busy laughing and wishing that I had brought a real camera. I snapped this picture with my crappy cell phone camera.
(Daisy is the little one. You can see a blue smudge behind her back. That's the weapon!)
Daisy was unaware that she was being schooled on a weapon so dangerous that it would be illegal for her to own them. She learned a few basic maneuvers and managed to escape without injuring herself or the instructor. Similarly, I emerged without giving myself a hernia from laughing. Safety first!
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