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Dear Mom, The Rash On My P-nus is gone…

Posted By: on July 6, 2010
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We’ve all been away to camp and had to write home to the parents. Here is a very optimistic young man who has been relieved of what may have been a very serious ailment. Unfortunately it looks like his friends are the cheeriest of buds…I mean who would not like the way someone pronounces eggs…does he say it “ehgs”? Either way Josh…glad to see your P-nus is okay.

…hopefully the kid grows up to be this classy.

7 Responses to “Dear Mom, The Rash On My P-nus is gone…”

  1. Colin says:

    This was not written by a child. I hope I don't burst anyone's bubble. Look at the capital D's and the curve's on the g's and y's. Those loops are characteristics of a person's handwriting that has developed over time, not a child who has trouble properly spacing his words and sentences.

  2. CJ says:

    Pretty evil mom to post this, though still funny.

  3. Tim says:

    Well at least it's gone right?

  4. Matt says:

    Very astute Colin, agreed.

  5. George says:

    What a lousy mom. Pretty funny though.

  6. Bulbasaur says:

    Doubt any child would use a comma before "and." Perfect spelling is A+ though.

  7. sartorialsplendor says:

    This letter is from a book called "P.S. I Hate it Here: Kids Letters from Camp." Yes, the letter is real and hilarious…as are all of the letters from the book!

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