For example, the other day the kids were lined up in the hall for dismissal when a child from one of the other classes kissed another.
This is the following conversation...
Mrs. P: Now E you know kissing in kindergarten is not allowed.
E: Is it a law?
Mrs. P: Yes, I'm sure it is. Isn't it a law Mrs. S?
Mrs. S: Not only is it a law but it's a STATE law!
Mrs. P: See, E. It's a state law, it might even be a Federal Law.
Me: Actually, I think it's an international law with global repercussions!
Kindergarten is the only grade you can get away with stuff like that.
Today, I said something that made me laugh so hard I couldn't even finish my sentence.
I have a little girl in my class who is the care taker of every other little girl in my class. I actually caught her spoon feeding another child her yogurt.
Today one of the kids had some very chapped lips and was bleeding a little bit, so I told her to grab a tissue. Not long after I noticed care taker girl holding the blood spotted tissue.
Me: B, She does not need you to help her with lips, she can manage herself, and you don't want to be touching someone else's bloody tissue."
B: Why not?
Me: Because it's a bio hazard!
The second I said it I burst out laughing. Mrs. S burst out laughing, Mrs. V burst out laughing.
Not a shred of credibility left.
Care taker girl just shook her head and walked away.
Only in kindergarten.