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Preschool Application Madness

Think your kid can get into the B’nai Bagel Preschool for Overly Gifted Toddlers? Take the test.

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The academic year starts soon. If you’re applying to a preschool for your kiddies, it’s probably not as good as this preschool, but your kid probably couldn’t get into this one anyway, and I’m sure your little preschool is just fine for your child’s abilities and needs. Still, if you want to see how good parents apply to preschools for their truly gifted children, here’s a peek.

 

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Reb_Scott says:

Hilarious and spot on…thanks, Marjorie!

marjorie ingall says:

AAAAAHHHH I forgot that links were getting cut from this (in service to the very awesome design), so I wanna credit the vaccination joke to this brilliant piece by Paul William Davies in McSweeney’s: http://www.mcsweeneys.net/articles/jamie-and-jeffs-birth-plan — there was initially a link to it from the word “vaccinated.”

A. David Wunsch says:

My son visited a Jewish preschool to discuss admission for his own son, Elias. He made the mistake of making a remark mildly critical of Israel . He never heard back from the school. Learn from his error.

    herbcaen says:

    Why did your son need to criticize Israel at a preschool?

    Can you provide us more context about the conversation? Because I doubt that it was an appropriate place and time for ANY political statement. Was it that he happened to see a map or flag of Israel in the school, and made an unsolicited comment about Israel being “illegal occupiers” or something like that?

enubus says:

After reading the elitist claptrap by a self absorbed mother, I had the overwhelming desire to choke the life out her! Just kidding, but what an obnoxious woman who will develop an equally obnoxious mentally ill child. God save us all from morons like this!

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Preschool Application Madness

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