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Little kid leaves a very thoughtful warning on their spelling test

Teachers must endure a minefield of different germs and diseases every time they enter their classroom. Given the flurry of possible illnesses floating around school, teachers drill proper manners and bodily fluid etiquette into their students at a young age. Thankfully, this little kid with a snotty nose was well trained in booger courtesy, and informed his teacher with a short note that he accidentally dropped a snot right on his test.
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