The teacher asked her pupils to spell a word starting with "A" and then use that word in a sentence. Little Johnny's hand flew up, but she teacher ignored him, fearing his propensity to turn even the simplest of statements into sexual innuendo. "All right, Susan. You may go first." Little Suzi said, "Teacher, A is for Ape, A-P-E. An ape likes bananas."
"Excellent, Susan," said her teacher. As they continued through the alphabet, Little Johnny's hand waved at every letter, but she thought of an embarrassing word he might say, so she didn't call on him. At F, Little Johnny's hand was the only one up, but there's no way she'd let him tackle that one so she called on Mary, who responded, "F is for Fairy, F-A-I-R-Y. A fairy is a little girl who lives among the flowers."
"Excellent, Mary. And now, G." Again, Little Johnny's was the only hand up. The teacher thought, "There are no embarrassing words that began with G. This one is safe." So she called on Johnny.
"Teacher, G is for Gnome G-N-O-M-E. A gnome lives among the flowers, too."
"Johnny, that's excellent," said the relieved woman. Little Johnny continued, "Yes, teacher, gnomes are fairy f*�kers!"
"Class, today's assignment is to spell and use the word 'DOUGH' in a sentence. Jane, you go first."
"Dough, D O U G H, Italians make pizza with dough."
Very good, Jane. Now let's hear from Mary.
"Dough, D O U G H, my brother makes things with play dough."
By this time Johnny is waving his hand frantically.
"Yes, Johnny, do you have something to add?"
"My mom says my dad doesn't make enough dough, and he's so bad in bed she uses a dill dough."