Teacher Explaining To Kids Acceptable Times To Curse - SOUTH PARK
Now that "shit" has been said on television, Ms. Choksondik explains to the class that it's okay to say under certain circumstances.
"It Hits the Fan" S05
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INT. FOURTH GRADE CLASSROOM - DAY
Ms. Choksondik is at the chalkboard, addressing her
Alright, children in lieu of the common
usage, I'm supposed to clarify the
school's position on the word SHIT.
Wow! We can say shit in school now?!
Oh this is ridiculous! Just because
they say it on TV, it's alright?!
Yes, but ONLY in the figurative noun
form, or the adjective form.
You can only use it in the non- literal
She goes to the chalkboard and starts to write.
MS. CHOKSONDIK (CONT'D)
For instance, 'That's a shitty picture
of me' is now fine. However, the
literal noun form of 'This is a picture
of shit' is still naughty.
I don't get it.
The adjective form is now also
acceptable. For example-
"The weather outside is shitty".
However the literal adjective is not
appropriate, for example- "My bad
diarrhea made the inside of the toilet
bowl shitty, and I had to clean it with
a rag, which then also became shitty."
That's right out.
Very good, Timmy.
(Raising his hand)
Uh, Ms. Choksondik, can we say it in the
explicative. Like 'Oh shit!' Or 'Shit
on a Shingle'.
Yes, that's now fine.
Wow, this is gonna be great! A whole
It's NOT NEW! I'll gonna look shit up
in the encyclopedia and PROVE it!
Don't mind Kyle, everyone, he's just got
a little sand in his vagina.
THERE'S NO SAND IN MY VAGINA!!!
Boys, watch your language, shit!