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Parent 17

AOL

#1 Sep 17, 2010
We had our child tested and everything. No learning disibility. He just does not like school work. Then we ran across www.twitter.com/phunter1735

It is short but it does have some very interesting ideas. We are trying them and it seems to be working.
MaltaMon

Toronto, Canada

#2 Oct 6, 2013
Perhaps your son would like school work more if he was enrolled in a more progressive school. I suggest you find a school that believes in the the three Rs:

Recreational swimming in the nude
Required showers after PE
Reprimands via bare bottom spanking

He will enjoy his schoolwork knowing he will get to swim nude with his colleagues, as well as being able to admire other boys' bodies in the shower room. He will take pride in knowing that other boys are admiring his nude body.
He will develop self-discipline and regulate his behavior, knowing that punishment will follow misbehavior. The thought of exposing his buttocks to be spanked in front of the girls in the class has cured many a miscreant boy.

If you are in Pennsylvania, then the MaltaMon Boys' Academy is the place to go for just such an education. If you are in the UK contact LineDazzle in Wrexham.
djw

Yelverton, UK

#4 Oct 7, 2013
According to Phil naked drama and movement are an integral part of a child's development and helps improve muscle tone and self confidence.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xxb044_nude-...
Bob

Canada

#5 Oct 8, 2013
Send your kid to whatever school LineDazzle went to: obviously grammar and spelling are their strong points.
Phil

Manchester, UK

#7 Oct 9, 2013
djw wrote:
According to Phil naked drama and movement are an integral part of a child's development and helps improve muscle tone and self confidence.
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xxb044_nude-...
DJW, pull your pants up and clean yourself.
You desperately need to get out more.
What has this video got to do with your 'campaign' to end nudity in schools (which we all know is bullshit as you clearly get off on the idea)?
Phil

Manchester, UK

#10 Oct 9, 2013
LineDazzle wrote:
<quoted text>
Little boys are magnets for pedophiles, DJW comes along with his seductive talk and you come along peddling right to that boy.
Only a self confessed child lover like you would find his posts seductive.
Phil

Manchester, UK

#13 Oct 9, 2013
LineDazzle wrote:
<quoted text>
Teenage girls have a sexuality.
Teenagers have a sexuality, and are able to sexually admire the opposite sex.
Old enough and ready to sexually admire means being old enough and ready to be sexually admired.
That doesn't mean they want grown men old enough to be their father leering at them or slobbering all over them.
djw

New Milton, UK

#14 Oct 9, 2013
LineDazzle wrote:
<quoted text>
Teenage girls have a sexuality.
Teenagers have a sexuality, and are able to sexually admire the opposite sex.
Old enough and ready to sexually admire means being old enough and ready to be sexually admired.
Both LineDazzle and Phil have gone to Manchester to support this physical education regime.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xnuk9k_physi...
Will they be admired by the Maltamouse!
Zargad

Katowice, Poland

#16 Dec 9, 2013
I think that the services offered by this site:
mykindergarten.co.uk

Should be very helpfull here. They were increase your connection with child and help the teacher in order to make your child feel comfortable in school.
Phil

Dorval, Canada

#17 Dec 11, 2013
I think that the services offered by this site:

mynudekindergarten.co.uk

Should be very helpful here. They were increase your child's connection with his body and that of the other boys' bodies. Discipline is given by bare bottom spankings in order to make your child feel comfortable in school.
Phil

Faringdon, UK

#18 Dec 12, 2013
Phil wrote:
I think that the services offered by this site:
mynudekindergarten.co.uk
Should be very helpful here. They were increase your child's connection with his body and that of the other boys' bodies. Discipline is given by bare bottom spankings in order to make your child feel comfortable in school.
This is the very immature and rather tragic Bob pretending to be someone else.
He needs to get out more and stop dreaming about boys and spanking.
He once said intelligent people talk about big ideas.
This is about as big an idea as his feeble brain can handle.
PA DAD JAM WAFFLES

Torquay, UK

#19 Dec 12, 2013
Phil wrote:
<quoted text>
This is the very immature and rather tragic Bob pretending to be someone else.
He needs to get out more and stop dreaming about boys and spanking.
He once said intelligent people talk about big ideas.
This is about as big an idea as his feeble brain can handle.
If your child dislikes school work Phil will find extra-curricular activities but If schools can afford showers they should be able to afford individual changing areas.

Thankfully I was part of the Lynx generation so we didn't shower after PE, we just sprayed as much of the vilest deodorants we could spray without choking ourselves.

There was one boy who once, for reasons only known to himself, did shower naked despite the fact nobody else used the shower. It wasn't his first week or anything, so he did know nobody else went near the showers. Very strange.

PHIL Out of interest, in what way does getting changed with others in your class prepare you to deal with bigger problems faced in adulthood? are adults forced to get changed in front of others somehow? I've never used a communal changing room since finishing school.

That is no kind of equivalent. To make it an equivalent you would have to envisage a school that forced certain unconfident pupils to wear what they felt were desperately humiliating glasses, attracting widespread ridicule from those peers who can smell panic and shame a mile off. Here's a thought: how about that school DOESN'T force pupils to wear humiliating glasses that attract ridicule and bullying?

As a shy teenager subjected to five years of compulsory naked 'run-through' showers, I would say they were by FAR the worst aspect of my high school life. What a pointless amount of dread and shame. There was no imaginable advantage to the vile process; it didn't even make me clean, since I was too submerged in mortified misery to actually wash. There is something deeply unattractive imo in the attitude that "I wouldn't care, so everyone else must do it even if they do care." It is not the duty of schools to torment the shy, on the principle that those who survive will get over it in time.

To be fair, as a small, skinny kid who was crap at games, getting changed in front of others was the least of my worries. It was the hanging around on a freezing rugby pitch, getting covered in mud and desperately trying to avoid getting involved in the game itself that was a far greater inconvenience.

At least my secondary school was streamed for academic subjects. This avoided thicker kids getting embarrassed about being unable to hack maths or physics. Where was the streaming for 'special needs athletes' like me, eh?

Only some of our showers worked. Which meant we had to huddle two under one shower or wait in line while one showered at a time. Some girls wore cossies others went au naturale nobody bothered either way.

The door to the boys & girls changing rooms were opposite each other across a narrow(ish) corridor. The boys would occasionally push another boy naked out into the corridor so the girls could have a peek....and vice versa of course. Traumatic at the time but now remembered as great fun!

This was in the 60's.....goodness knows what happens now. In primary school we had no changing rooms, never mind showers, we simply got changed in the classroom.
MaltaMon

Oaklyn, NJ

#20 Dec 12, 2013
Phil wrote:
I think that the services offered by this site:
mynudekindergarten.co.uk
Should be very helpful here. They were increase your child's connection with his body and that of the other boys' bodies. Discipline is given by bare bottom spankings in order to make your child feel comfortable in school.
Interesting. Pedo Bob makes a pedo-booboo much more serious than a simple typographical error: "They were increase your child's connection with his body..." I wonder what that means.
MaltaMon

Oaklyn, NJ

#21 Dec 12, 2013
".... connection with his body and THAT OF (emphasis added) other boys' bodies." Ever heard of syntax, Pedo Bob? Whatcha tryna say, Babycakes?
MaltaMon

Oaklyn, NJ

#22 Dec 12, 2013
Inasmuch as he cannot erase his last post, Pedo Bob will ignore my comments above regarding his own serious errors of grammar and syntax, which render his statement utterly incoherent. In that respect, however, it serves as an accurate reflection of his mind.
MaltaMon

Oaklyn, NJ

#23 Dec 12, 2013
PA DAD JAM WAFFLES wrote:
<quoted text>
If your child dislikes school work Phil will find extra-curricular activities but If schools can afford showers they should be able to afford individual changing areas.
Thankfully I was part of the Lynx generation so we didn't shower after PE, we just sprayed as much of the vilest deodorants we could spray without choking ourselves.
There was one boy who once, for reasons only known to himself, did shower naked despite the fact nobody else used the shower. It wasn't his first week or anything, so he did know nobody else went near the showers. Very strange.
PHIL Out of interest, in what way does getting changed with others in your class prepare you to deal with bigger problems faced in adulthood? are adults forced to get changed in front of others somehow? I've never used a communal changing room since finishing school..
DJW, the sad fact is that you haven't left your bedroom since finishing school, so of course you haven't used a communal changing room.
PA DAD JAM WAFFLES

Torquay, UK

#24 Dec 13, 2013
The Maltamon returns



Published on Sep 19, 2013
Mandy talks about being a mum why she decided to become a nude model and why she came back to modeling after nearly an 8 years absence

Molly says

More interviews should be done this way and yes World Leaders should have to be nude taking them down to their core!&#65279;
Bob

Dorval, Canada

#25 Dec 14, 2013
MaltaMon wrote:
<quoted text> Interesting. Pedo Bob makes a pedo-booboo much more serious than a simple typographical error: "They were increase your child's connection with his body..." I wonder what that means.
If you look carefully, I reproduced the syntax of the post I was copying.

Moron.
Norwere

Bielsko-biala, Poland

#26 Dec 23, 2013
I just wonder. Why most of the posts written here are so negative, especially about this program or the people who are writing here actually. It is quite interesting.

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