Well Endowed Sheep Figurine
I was teaching first grade in Beijing, China when the New Year was the year of the Sheep.
My first grade class excitedly presented me with a gift for Chinese New Year.
Normally it isn’t protocol to open a gift in front of the giver in China, but the kids were so excited they were dying for me to see what they had gotten me.
I unwrapped a large and heavy sheep figurine. The class ooo’d and ahhh’d, and while I was admiring it so that the kids could know how much I appreciated it, I immediately noticed that the sheep had REALLY HUGE BALLS and a very pronounced wiener!
I was a bit shocked, but of course it was bought in innocence by the kids (I hope).
Sadly, one of Mr. Sheep’s legs broke off so I didn’t take him home at the end of the school year. But he would have been a great conversation piece.