Why somebody mama got her grandkids sitting on a Barber shop’s nasty floor rubbing in between her toes!?!? Granny had small feet, maybe size 6 or 6 1/2. She was either barefoot or wearing a pair of ragged old slippers all the time. The kids secretly smell her slippers when she kicked them off. I’m sure they always smelled slightly funky, too strong. Granny don’t care of the sweat feel of the slippers and the imprints of her sweaty and often dirty feet in the slippers. By the look on the kids faces, they can still remember how awful they smelled!
I was rolling when I saw this shit. Parents of first graders at a South Carolina elementary school are outraged over a teacher who picked out students in her class to rub her feet. The teacher at Batesburg-Leesville Primary School, who has not been named, was disciplined, but still has her job teaching six and seven-year-olds, leaving the community troubled. The allegations came out when one of the teacher’s students told her grandmother she didn’t want to give any more foot massages. ‘She admitted to the children rubbing her feet. Just the thought of it,’ Brends Norris told WISTV in Columbia, South Carolina, Tuesday.
‘They immediately sent her home, but she’s back there today.’
When Ms Norris took to Facebook to talk about the teacher, she found at least six other parents whose children reported the same thing, she said. The first grader told her grandmother her teacher wore flip-flops to school so she could simply slip them off for her pupils to rub her feet. Ms Norris said she taught her granddaughter to tell her if anyone every touched her inappropriately. ‘She told me, “Grandma, you didn’t tell me if I touch someone else, to tell you.” That broke my heart,’ Ms Norris said. Ms Norris said being forced to rub her teacher’s feet has caused her granddaughter to have nightmares. ‘She said “I have three wishes, grandma. One of them was not to go to school today,”‘ Ms Norris said.
Officials at Lexington County School District Three said they investigated the allegations, took action and corrected the problem – but would not give specifics. The local chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and police are both investigating. A community meeting is also planned. Ms Norris suggested the school district would need to do more to win back her trust and repair that trauma her granddaughter is experiencing. ‘I don’t trust the system at all now. I can’t trust the system. I’m afraid for her to go to school,’ she said.
Do your Grandma make you rub her feet?
The picture above a not related to the News story. The Picture above was taken at the WestEnd Mall Atlanta, GA