Morals

Someone put fluff on my students car. (Oh yea, fluff is regional, it’s marshmallow spread in a jar.) I have no idea why someone would do such a thing and I understand why he and his friends are mad. Their idea of putting peanut butter and bread on her car is hysterical to think of hypothetically (regional thing again, fluff is often eaten in a sandwich with peanut butter) but a terrible idea to act on. When some of them were talking seriously about retaliating one of their friends stood up to them and said, “No, doing something bad is just bad no matter what happened. It’s called having morals.” I backed her up, but it was great to see a kid standing up for what’s right. It’s especially hard to do when it involves going against your friends. Yay for strong moral fiber!

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