He has a different fish

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@youless (87165)
Guangzhou, China
April 21, 2017 2:01am CST
It is very interesting. The children were told to bring a fish to the kingarten to observe next day. Most children brought the gold fish or tropical fish. But this little boy brought a big fish to the kingarten. I don't know why his parents gave him such a big fish. Anyway, he shall be proud of it
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@jstory07 (58062)
• Roseburg, Oregon
21 Apr
Maybe he likes bigger fish so that is what he brught.
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@youless (87165)
• Guangzhou, China
21 Apr
I don't think so It seems he stayed there and found it embarrassed
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@jstory07 (58062)
• Roseburg, Oregon
21 Apr
@youless Oh poor kid.
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@louievill (16341)
• Philippines
21 Apr
Maybe his parents fished it out from the Yangtze river, looks like it's ready to be cooked
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@youless (87165)
• Guangzhou, China
21 Apr
You have a good point here. Perhaps he could bring it home and then had a nice dish. It is not a waste
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@louievill (16341)
• Philippines
21 Apr
@youless he should proceed to cooking class, if it's alive or not yet dying it should be upright in water
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• China
21 Apr
Maybe the kid's parents weren't clear about what type of fish the kindergarten needed.The fish looks like crucian carp.
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@youless (87165)
• Guangzhou, China
22 Apr
At least it is still a fish
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@toniganzon (41138)
• Philippines
21 Apr
It's the school's fault. They didn't say what kind of fish. The kid didn't do anything wrong nor does his parents.
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@sishy7 (27380)
• Australia
21 Apr
Exactly. I hated it when things like this happened when my kids were small - I mean, unclear instructions from teachers/school. I would always make it a point to go through the troubles of finding out the right instructions as much as I could hoping my efforts would at least prevent or minimize the possibility my kids would face embarrassment or be in a situation where they would stand out from the other kids unnecessarily.
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@youless (87165)
• Guangzhou, China
22 Apr
I had the same bad experience. The school suddenly asked my child to bring a pot of plant next morning. What a terrible night for me to go out to buy the plant
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@toniganzon (41138)
• Philippines
24 Apr
@sishy7 Exactly my point. And then the embarrassed kid gets to be bullied by his classmates because of the unclear instructions.
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@allknowing (55811)
• India
21 Apr
He stands out.
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@youless (87165)
• Guangzhou, China
22 Apr
That's for sure
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@allknowing (55811)
• India
22 Apr
@youless I felt like hugging him.
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@Shavkat (47365)
• Philippines
22 Apr
The anatomy of the fish is more distinct if it is in big size. I think the parents anticipated this.
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@youless (87165)
• Guangzhou, China
23 Apr
I think it is likely a misunderstanding
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@pigeboy (177)
22 Apr
Haha the teacher must have been surprised to see that happening!
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@youless (87165)
• Guangzhou, China
23 Apr
So did other children
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@scheng1 (24947)
• Singapore
24 Apr
haha, that is funny. His mother probably wants to cook the fish for dinner, and so let him bring to kindergarten during the day. It sure is big enough to cook for the family.
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@youless (87165)
• Guangzhou, China
24 Apr
Perhaps at that time his parents couldn't buy the gold fish nearby. Trust me, I had the similar experience How could I get a gold fish at night after work?
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@scheng1 (24947)
• Singapore
24 Apr
@youless True. The school teacher should have mentioned a week earlier. Anyway, getting a gold fish just for observation is a stupid idea. They might as well get an aquarium in class, and the teacher can teach them to take care of the fishes.
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@garymarsh6 (12182)
• United Kingdom
23 Apr
I hope they turned it into a cookery lesson and pretty quick before it went off!
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@youless (87165)
• Guangzhou, China
24 Apr
This is a good idea.
@zhuhuifen46 (3486)
• China
21 Apr
Maybe his parents are busy with their job or business. If they happen to be the fish sellers, this would be the best and easiest approach. Besides, not all parents are culturally up to the level of teaching children how to observe. The idea might never appear in their mind. The big fish well serve the purpose of observation. He should be OK.
@youless (87165)
• Guangzhou, China
22 Apr
Of course it is alright for him to bring this fish to the kindergarten, but somewhat it is amusing
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