#2: Tard likes
I generally keep my desk locked. There are many things in there that could hurt
a tard, and trust me--the first thing a tard tries to get is the thing that will
hurt them the most. Paperclips, rubber bands, pushpins, white out, glue, etc;
these are all magnets for curious tard hands. It is for this reason that I try
not to unlock my desk unless I absolutely have to.
Today I needed an envelope
for a progress letter that I was sending to a parent. I foolishly forgot to
re-lock the top drawer of my desk.
Angelo has had problems before with playing with things he shouldn't. He tends
to get obsessed with things that stretch when you pull them. He once almost tore
the skirt off of one of his classmates because of the way it stretched. Today,
because I left my desk open, he managed to get to my rubber band box while I was
preparing my first group to walk to PE class.
By the end of the day he started wimpering. I repeatedly asked him what was
wrong, but he wouldn't say. He just gave me a teary eyed look and said that he
didn't do anything wrong.
Finally as we were lining up
to leave he pulls down his pants and starts screaming.
This doesn't surprise me, as
it is more common than one might imagine in a tard class. I go to hike his pants
back up and ask him what was wrong. It was then that I noticed he had wrapped a
rubber band around his penis several times, and that it was starting to turn
I was fucking floored. I
walked him down to the nurse, where she removed it and I called his mother to
tell her what happened.
I decided not to punish him,
I think he's punished himself enough already.
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