School Children Served Penis-shaped Chocolates at Mother's Day Event
This was not the immediate reaction of most of the mother's who received the chocolates.
A mother's day gift turned into a lesson in birds and bees-style anatomy for a group of children in Australia who were given erotic chocolates to give to their mums as Mother's Day gifts. The sweet treats came in assorted shapes including breasts, penises and couples having sex.
The school said that they were not aware of the explicit nature of the chocolates until they started receiving angry calls from disturbed parents. School officials reported that the chocolates had been left over from a previous school event, which still makes little to no sense.
These, or literally any other chocolates in the world, would have been more appropriate.
The mishap has set off a feud between parents and the school board, with angry moms and dads experiencing "negative reactions" to the erogenous zone-shaped treats, despite their apparent deliciousness. Mary Lawson, Vice President of the area's Parents and Children committee and a clear genius in terms of stating the obvious, told local reporters that giving out the chocolates was ''not a good idea."
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