Summer school is a much-loved staple of the American public school system. Which is why Jessica Genidine (grade 6) was so proud of her well-deserved B+ in Chemistry given to her by her teacher, Ms. Bunsen. Genidine came home expecting praise and affection from her parents for her work but, instead, her mom and dad couldn't stop blabbing and whining about her brother's first round of chemotherapy!
“Look, not to be like rude or anything but, like, I worked like really hard for the past two months and I felt unappreciated and frankly unseen,” said Genidine when asked how she felt when her parents didn't put her needs before literally everything else in the world. Moving forward with the interview Jessica proceeded to list off numerous other examples of moments where her brother was wrongly paid more attention too than her. Below is an info-graphic to showing the examples Genidine listed.
“It’s a B+, like I don’t want to call my only daughter a complete hormone-driven evil harlot but, Jesus H. Christ my son has cancer,” said Jessica’s mom Linda Genidine.
We hope the family comes together and everyone recovers successfully but, for now, Jessica asked us to sign off by saying “It’s Ms. Bunsen’s fault. If she wasn’t such a ugly old woman and gave me an A maybe my brother wouldn't have cancer…
-A Well-Mannered Grump