School Accidentally Drops The C-Bomb In Mass Text To Parents
If you work in a school, you need to be squeaky clean 24/7/365. If those parents can blame something on you, you better believe that they will. You're looking after their special little snowflake and moulding their little brains so they can pay for their mums and dads to live in luxury and retire at the age of 45.
So maybe sending them a text where you can't spell 'country' correctly is a bad move. Even worse if you spell it 'c*nty'.
St Dunstan's School made the slip-up in a message asking the proud mothers and fathers of their pupils to fill in a form.
It read: "St Dunstan's sch notice: Students will be bringing home a Data sheet for you to check & sign pls complete the 2 new sections C*nty of birth & Nationality."
To be fair, the whole text is written terribly so maybe they don't really give a toss about what the parents think of them.
Staff at the school in Glastonbury, Somerset quickly realised their mistake - and apologised five minutes after the original text was sent at 11:37am on Monday.
The second text read: "St Dunstan's School: Apology on the spelling error on the previous text, should read Country."
Parents obviously shared screenshots online because... well, why not.
One person who received it, Nathan Gray, described the drama as a "rather major cock up", while Becky O'Rourke simply said: "*facepalm*"
Another Facebook user wrote: "My Mum said, 'Poor secretary that sent that, do you think the C*nty Council gave her the sack?'"
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