You can't cane 'em, what do you expect

Shirley Boy's High School has come up with a novel form of punishment straight out of Sherrif Joe's handbook.

They make kids on detention wear Orange Overalls with the word Work Crew printed on the back. Fucking brilliant!!

They have a policy of making thepunishment fit the crime. Littering gets you litter duty, trrampling plants gets you weeding.

Of course the wowsers and blouses out there are whining that it is humiliating…easy solution, don't get put on detention by fricken behaving. 

Good on ya SBHS. 

When I was at school there was the choice between detention and a caning, every time I'd say, "So, shall I go get the cane then, Sir" 

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