Children


“Once at school one of the irritating, self satisfied popular characters was being particulary cocky and attempting to flirt with our pretty music teacher. I was sat nearby and discussing that oh-so-common teenage horror, BRACES. Having overheard, Mr Popular interjected with : “MY teeth are perfect”. Left speechless with this example of arrogance and vanity I managed to mutter “yeah right” before realising that “A shame about the rest of you, then” would have deflated him (although probably not for long..)”

Lindsey, London

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“I once poured my milkshake on the ground outside Marks & Spencers because I was a reckless youth. An old women had a go at me, about a minute later I wished I had said ‘NO USE CRYING OVER SPILT MILKSHAKE’.

“I would have been so cool.”

Robin, Guildford.