This particular school had invited a plastic surgeon to speak to the children. Now I know that in my school our speakers of choice would be authors, firemen, and policemen, but, hey this is modern times. For all I know, perhaps tattoo artists and piercing artists have been invited to speak. Anyway, this nameless plastic surgeon brought in breast implants for the children to play with. Hmm. What does that mean, play with?
Toss the Boobie?
Who's Got the Boobie?
The Boobie in the Dell?
Drop the Boobie in the Bottle.
Pin the Boobie on the Woman.
Perhaps some spare boobies could be donated to the teacher's treasure box so kids could earn Behavior Bucks for Boobies! I am telling you there is a lot of potential in this thought. Of course, there were differing opinions.
Some of the articles I read about this said... One parent was quoted, "Career Day sure isn't what it once was." The votes from the kids rated the boob exhibition as superior over the accountant dad and his calculator. Many boys voted in that survey.
One article noted that "What's the big deal? Our kids are exposed to more silicone and sex stuff before breakfast than that little exhibit in their classrooms on Career Day. Maybe handling the implants will get more kids to want to be surgeons. That's not such a bad thing."
All I know is that I work in an elementary school. Right about now we would all be having a heart attack over this presentation and the one who signed up the doctor would probably be heading out to some desert island to live in obscurity the rest of her/his natural life.(Without implants)
This goes to show... if you don't look into every last detail when planning a school event, you're just a big boob.