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Excuses Kids Make To Avoid School

Remember the days of childhood? Playing Outside, Hanging with Friends, and Everyone's favorite... GOING TO SCHOOL (... NOT! lol)

I remember trying my best to come up with tons of excuses, as to why I didn't want to go to school, whether it be faking a sickness or even lying about uncomfortable situations in school; like my friends are mean to me, or I think my teacher hates me because she picks on me.

Well, not too long ago I remember reading a poem, by my favorite children's writer, Mr. Shel Silverstein, titled "Sick". It was funny and creative, and it inspired me to make this funny video.


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