Having A Bad Day? Try Being A 6 Year Old In China.
CNN – A woman wielding a kitchen knife has attacked at least 14 children at a kindergarten in Chongqing in central China, local police said Friday.
Chongqing City Banan District police said the children were slashed as they walked back to class after their morning exercises at Yudong New Century Kindergarten about 9.30 a.m. local time.
Talk about a bad day at school. We’ve grown to soft in comparison to China, this is what Donald Trump meant when he said the following;
Imagine this, you’re 6 years old and have to be forced out of bed and dressed by your mom or dad(equality is cool). You eat your favorite cereal and walk out the door to breathe in that great toxic Chinese air. Your life already sucks because let’s face it, being in kindergarten is the worst time of your life thus far and it only gets worse moving forward. You walk with a smile but your inside is DEAD.
At school it’s the same damn routine once again. Attendance, sing the national anthem, eat some noodles, nap, poop and head back home. NOT TODAY! Today your teacher/babysitter? decides that she’s had enough of Jianguo Liu’s Yo Momma jokes.
So here we are, it’s noodle time and you just finished what could be your last meal. Like any other day you head over to the dark corner where you usually gamble your best candy over a game of dice.
This day doesn’t feel right and I’m not just talking about the terribly polluted air. The vibe was off that day but you just keep on rollin’. After taking Jianguo Liu’s 3 fruit roll ups you decide to call it a day.
As you make your way back to your desk you hear your teacher mutter the words “This is it” what happens next will surprise you!
She grabs Liu and stabs him no less than 4 times. You run as fast as your 3 inch legs let you but she catches up and swipes you with the blade of a 5 inch knife. This is it, you won’t get to know all of the colors or even how to spell your name.
Luckily you survive and won’t have to miss another episode of paw patrol as long as you live.
So the next time you drop your overpriced coffee or the DJ at the bar doesn’t play your request, remember this story.