A Kentucky elementary school teacher challenged her students to utilize the word “fascinate” in a sentence.

Molly raised her hand and stated, “My family and I visited my grandfather’s farm, where we saw his beloved sheep.” “It was enthralling.”

“That was fine,” the teacher observed, “but I wanted you to use the term intrigue rather than intriguing.”

Sally extended her hand. “My family and I went to see Rock City, and I was enthralled,” she explained.

“Well, that was also nice, Sally, but I wanted you to use the word enthrall,” the teacher added.

Johnny, the little boy, raised his hand. The instructor hesitated because she had already been burned by Little Johnny. She ultimately determined that there was no way he could taint the word “fascinate,” so she summoned him.

“My Aunt Gina has a sweater with ten buttons, but her boobs are so huge she can only fasten eight,” Johnny boasted.

The instructor sat and sobbed.

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