The Positively True Adventures of The Incredible Child-Devouring Sanitary Device!!!
Benign Sanitary Device, or Ruthless Killer?
Mike Crisman became entangled in the ICDSD but somehow managed to survive. It's not nice to fool the ICDSD!
The very device which snared victim #1, Darrell Thurston. Note that it is impotent, as the towel has been removed.
Perry Lybbert, Victim #3 -- Was it an accident, or the fiendish work of a diabolical serial killer? You decide!
Todd Greco, Victim #17, only wanted to save souls -- but The Incredible Child-Devouring Sanitary Device had other ideas!
PLACES...MY FRIENDS, we cannot keep this a secret any longer. Can your
hearts stand the shocking facts of the true story of THE INCREDIBLE
CHILD-DEVOURING SANITARY DEVICE?
May 26, 1959 -- Washington Terrace Elementary School, Ogden, Utah
Thurston, 8-year-old son of Mr. & Mrs. Don S. Thurston, was given
permission by his teacher, Mrs. Lloyd, to leave class to go the
restroom. When five minutes had passed and Darrell had not returned,
Mrs. Lloyd decided to investigate. She went into the restroom and found
Darrell unconscious, hanging by the neck from a cloth towel machine. He
had put his head through the loop and twisted it around.
Lloyd was able to loosen the towel and give Darrell artifical
respiration, and his breathing was restored. He did not sustain any
Darrell Thurston is now 49 years old. He still lives in Ogden.
miffed at its failure to suck the life out of Darrell, the Incredible
Child-Devouring Sanitary Device did not return for more than a decade.
When it did return, however, it was more ferocious than ever.
January 13, 1970 -- Garden Springs School, Spokane, Washington
Herriman, 9-year-old son of Johnnie & Judy Herriman, was playing
with some friends in the school restroom at 8:20 a.m. According to
Timothy Russell, age 8, Patrick placed his head through the loop of a
cloth towel hanging from a continuous towel dispenser. Timothy then went
outside to get another playmate. When they went back in the restroom,
Patrick was hanging from the towel loop and was not moving. He was cut
down by teachers but efforts to revive him were unsuccessful.
told reporters that Patrick was "really lively and well-liked" by other
students. However, the teachers gave a different story to the coroner,
noting that Patrick was "an aggressive child who was not accepted by his
parents." He was a behavioral problem and was getting counseling in
Patrick Herriman is buried at Greenwood Memorial Terrace
in Spokane. His father, Johnnie Herriman, still lives in the Spokane
Little did they know that three months later the Incredible Child-Devouring Sanitary Device would attack again...
April 27, 1970 -- Valley View LDS Ward, Salt Lake City, Utah
digesting Patrick Herriman, the Incredible Child-Devouring Sanitary
Device headed back to Utah. At 4:30 p.m. on April 27, 1970, Perry
Lybbert, age 7, was at the Valley View Latter Day Saints Ward in Salt
Lake City. He apparently was alone when he went into the boys restroom.
Details of how he was found are sketchy, but he was carried out
unconscious and was dead on arrival at Cottonwood Hospital. Captain
George Nielsen, juvenile division commanders of the Salt Lake City
Sheriff's Department, said that other children reported that "it was
common practice for grade school students to chin themselves on the
towel container, and then put the towel over their heads and twist it."
Perry's father, Merrill Lybbert, is a practicing attorney in Salt Lake City.
December 4, 1970 -- Valley View Elementary School, Roy, Utah
Wilkinson, age 8, was a student at Valley View Elementary School in
Roy. On December 4, 1970 Travis was excused from class so he could go to
the restroom. His teacher, Mrs. Castle, became concerned when Travis
failed to return to class. She went into the restroom and found the boy
hanging from the cloth towel machine. The continuous towel was twisted
around his neck. Mrs. Castle cut him down and administered
mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Travis was hospitalized for five days but
eventually made a complete recovery.
While Travis was still
being treated in the Intensive Care Unit, his mother was approached by
William R. Boren, the Superintendent of the Weber County Schools. He
asked her to sign a document absolving the school district from any
responsibility for Travis' injuries. She refused.
Travis Wilkinson presently lives in St. George, Utah.
Incredible Child-Devouring Sanitary Device clearly was shaken by yet
another unsuccessful mission. It was finding that Mormons are indeed
difficult to kill off. It decided to spend the rest of the winter in
Florida. The next time, things would be different. Its target would be a
March 18, 1971 -- Good Shepherd Catholic School, Orlando, Florida
mentioned, the ICDSD decided to spend the winter of 1970-71 in Florida.
Sometime during that winter it took up residence in the boys' restroom
at Good Shepherd Catholic School in Orlando. On March 18, a boy named
David Yingling was excused from class to go to the restroom. As David
later testified, "When I walked in he was hanging from that thing."
David was referring to Richard Blocher, a 10-year-old student at the
school. According to David, the towel "was all twisted around, as if he
was twirled around with his neck in it." Another boy, Joseph Manner,
said that once before he had seen Richard put his head through the towel
loop and say, "Look, I'm hanging myself."
One of the nuns was
summoned by the boys, and Richard was removed from the towel and rushed
to the hospital. He survived, but sustained severe brain dysfunction.
Six years later an attorney wrote that the boy "is quite a pitiable
sight" and "has rather little control of his physical movements and in
effect sort of flops around." Richard Blocher's family still lives in
Well, the Incredible Child-Devouring Sanitary Device
was quite shaken by this near-miss. Once again its plans had been
thwarted by an adult female entering the boys' restroom. It was so
devastated that it would not strike again for three years -- and this
time it would not be at a school.
April 18, 1974 -- Lucky's Truck Stop Cafe, Texarkana, Texas
Lynn Elder, 10-year-old son of Richard Elder and Shirley Byrd, and his
older brother entered Lucky's Truck Stop Cafe around 7:30 p.m. Kenneth
and his brother lived in a trailer park near the cafe, but their parents
worked evenings so the two boys generally would spend the evening
hanging around Lucky's. Loma Patterson, the waitress on duty, noticed
that Kenneth was "white as a sheet" when he came into the cafe. His
brother sat down at the counter but Kenneth headed straight for the
men's room, apparently unaware of the fact that the ICDSD had moved in.
some time had passed, Kenneth's brother became concerned and went into
the men's room to check up on him. The door was locked and Kenneth
failed to respond to banging on the door. The cook pried open the door
with a knife, and they found Kenneth hanging from the cloth towel
dispenser, unconscious. An ambulance was called, but he was pronounced
dead on arrival at Wadley Hospital.
Kenneth Elder was buried in Chapelwood Cemetery in Texarkana. His parents now live in Donna, Texas.
with success (but not wanting to spend the summer in Texas), the ICDSD
headed north.It would next strike in American Falls, Idaho.
November 15, 1974 -- Hillcrest Grade School, American Falls, Idaho
confidence restored by the successful ingestion of Kenneth Lee Elder,
the Incredible Child-Devouring Sanitary Device decided to return to an
elementary school. As Willie Sutton might have said, "That's where the
Dwight Tindore, age 9, the son of Chester and Inez
Tindore, asked his teacher for permission to go to the restroom at 1:30
p.m. When Dwight failed to return the teacher, Melba Haskett, sent
Dwight's cousin, Aaron Tindore, to check on him. Aaron immediately
reported that Dwight was hanging from the ICDSD. Mrs. Haskett ran into
the restroom and tried to free Dwight, but this time the ICDSD was ready
for her. The knot around Dwight's neck was so tight that she couldn't
lift him up and get him loose. Other teachers were summoned, and they
were finally able to disentangle the youth.
The principal, Mr.
McOmber, began mouth to mouth resuscitation while they waited for the
ambulance to arrive, but Dwight never regained consciousness. He was DOA
at Power County Hospital.
Dwight Tindore was a member of the LDS
Church and the Shoshone-Bannock tribe. He was buried in Bannock Creek
Cemetery in Fort Hall. His father lives in Arbon, Idaho.
March 29, 1975 -- Cathay Cafe, Blackfoot, Idaho
and Colleen Jones were in the process of moving from Moreland, Idaho to
Lander, Wyoming. Scott had been working at Rockford Welding, but he was
fired because he frequently showed up for work with alcohol on his
breath and he had been suspected of stealing money from a Coke machine.
The Jones family had been living in a rented trailer.
the morning Scott and Colleen dropped off their seven-year-old son,
Shane Lee Jones at the Cathay Cafe in Blackfoot. Dolly Amos, a friend,
was a waitress at the cafe and agreed to watch Shane while his parents
finished packing. His parents arrived at the cafe at 10:30 a.m. A few
minutes later, Shane said that he had to go to the restroom. When he
failed to return, his mother went to the restroom to check on him. She
banged on the door, but Shane failed to respond. Colleen then went back
to her table and asked her husband to check on Shane, because she didn't
want to go into the men's restroom! Scott Jones then went into the
restroom and found Shane hanging from the towel dispenser. Mr. Jones had
to twist the towel approximately a dozen times before he was able to
get Shane free. By this time the boy already had turned blue, and
efforts to revive him were unsuccessful. He was DOA at Bingham Memorial
Colleen Jones later stated that she "could see how it
could have happened" because the kids at school were spinning Shane
around in a swing the day before, and he came home exclaiming how much
fun it was to be twirled around.
Today Scott Jones lives on McAdoo Street in Blackfoot. It is not known if he still eats at the Cathay Cafe.
Incredible Child-Devouring Sanitary Device was on a roll. But Idaho is a
small state, and it was only a matter of time before the authorities
would become suspicious. So it headed east -- to Wheeling, Illinois.
December 23, 1975 -- Wheeling High School, Wheeling, Illinois
Klemmer (not to be confused with Montgomery Burns), 11 year old son of
Michael & Rose Klemmer, was at Wheeling High School to attend a
counseling session. He was being counseled for what today would probably
be called Attention Deficit Disorder. Monty had behavioral problems and
had been receiving counseling so that he would act more appropriately
He was brought to the high school by his father. The
counseling session ended around 9:00 p.m., and Mr. Klemmer stoped to
chat with the counselor while Monty went to the boys' restroom. Let's
allow his dad to tell what happened next:
"Monty was in the
lobby and went into the bathroom, and from the moment I opened the door
and saw him with the towel around his neck, his feet were flat on the
floor, his knees were bent, and I thought he was doing it to scare me,
and I said, 'Monty what in the hell are you doing, let's go.' Then I
could see his lips were blue, I lifted his weight up, he gasped and
vomit came out of his mouth. It seemed like there was an intake of
breath and I took the towel and pulled it off his neck and of course we
tried to revive him."
Monty Klemmer was DOA at Holy Family
Hospital. He was buried at St. Mary Cemetery in Buffalo Grove, Illinois
on December 27, 1975. His older brother, Michael Klemmer Jr., lives in
The Incredible Child-Devouring Sanitary
Device's appetite for young boys was temporarily sated. It decided that
it wanted to sample the contrary gender. However, it would find that it
does not have the same attraction for girls that it has for boys. It
would be 19 months before it could lure a girl into its clutches.
July 25, 1977 -- Cortez Airport, Cortez, Colorado
Waddoups, the wife of Norman Waddoups, was employed by Hertz Rent-A-Car
to run the rental service at the Cortez Airport. It was a part-time
job, as the rental desk only opened for a few hours a day, before and
after scheduled commercial flights. Norman Waddoups was the owner of a
Conoco Service Station. Mrs. Waddoups was in the habit of bringing her
two daughters, Norma (age 9) and Vickie (age 4) to the airport with her
when she went to work. She basically allowed the kids to run around in
the terminal while she attended to her customers.
Vickie were playing in the women's restroom when Vickie came out and
complained to her mother, "Mama, Norma's making faces at me." Mrs.
Waddoups told Vickie to go back and tell Norma to stop whatever she was
doing. A couple of minutes later Vickie came out again and said, "Mama,
Norma's STILL making faces at me." Mrs. Waddoups then went into the
restroom and found Norma hanging from the ICDSD. She began to scream,
and the agent for Frontier Airlines ran in and was able to get Norma out
of the towel loop. He applied mouth-to-mouth resuscitation until
emergency personnel arrived.
Norma was taken by ambulance to
Southwest Memorial Hospital, where it was determined that she had
probably sustained severe brain damage. She was transferred to Mercy
Hospital in Durango, but her condition continued to deteriorate. Today
she lives in a nursing home in southwestern Colorado. She is conscious,
but she cannot speak and she essentially has no control of her body. She
watches television, but nobody knows if she understands anything that
happens around her. Her parents live in Dove Creek, Colorado. Norma's
care is paid for by the proceeds of a multi-million dollar insurance
The ICDSD had mixed feelings about its first
encounter with a female. It had been able to completely devour boys with
less effort, but Norma insisted upon living. It needed another victim,
and it needed one soon. So it decided to head back to the midwest and
find another boy.
August 7, 1977 -- Arby's Restaurant, Merrillville, Indiana
the Incredible Child-Devouring Sanitary Device had gotten tired of
hanging around schools, so it headed east and took up residence in an
Arby's in Indiana.
Charles Malone of Boone Grove, Indiana, an
11-year-old boy, entered the restaurant with his father, Robert Malone.
At about 4:45 p.m. the boy went to the restroom. After 10 or 15 minutes
passed, his father became concerned and went into the restroom to check
up on him. Mr. Malone found Charles hanging from the ICDSD, unconscious.
As it happened, Mr. Malone had a portable respirator with him because
he was a terminal cancer patient. He dragged Charles into the hallway
and tried to revive him with the respirator, to no avail.
days later Charles was buried in Chapel Lawn Memorial Gardens,
Schererville, Indiana. I have no information on where Mr. Malone is
The Arby's is still in business at 5790 Broadway, Merrillville, just off the interstate.
September 4, 1977 -- Kwan's Restaurant, Scottsdale, Arizona
ICDSD had been enjoying some success at restaurants, so it found a
comfortable spot on the wall of the men's restroom in Kwan's. Kuri Paya,
an 8-year-old boy, was having lunch at the restaurant with his mother
and grandparents. Kuri went into the restroom alone, and a few minutes
later two boys, Grady and Kevin Watson, went in and found Kuri hanging
from the ICDSD.
The boys ran out to tell their father, James
Watson, what they had seen. Mr. Watson went into the restroom and used a
knife to cut Kuri down. He then used mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to
try to revive the boy. Kuri was taken by ambulance to Scottsdale
Memorial Hospital but was dead on arrival.
According to the
police report, one patron of the restaurant "observed two Negro males
enter the bathroom while the victim was also in the bathroom."
Naturally, they immediately became suspects. However, it was later
determined that they had left the restroom before Kuri went in.
Paya was a native American who lived on the Fort McDowell Reservation
near Phoenix. He was the first non-Caucasian to be consumed by the
The ICDSD had now claimed an even dozen victims in nine
states. It decided to return to Utah, which has lots of Mormons who make
lots of kids.
April 12, 1978 -- Harris Elementary School, Tooele, Utah
spite of previous unsuccessful attempts to rid the world of Mormon
children, the ICDSD returned to Utah and took up residence in a restroom
at Harris Elementary School in Tooele (the pronunciation of which is
the vaguely smutty "toolie"). Raymond Hatfield, a six-year-old first
grader, was in the restroom when another boy dared him to put his head
through the towel loop of the ICDSD. Hatfield did so, and in the process
got twisted around and could not get loose.
An older boy
discovered Hatfield hanging unconscious and notified the school
principal. The principal managed to extricate Hatfield and was able to
resuscitate him. Hatfield was hospitalized but eventually returned to
school with no apparent ill effects. He still lives in Tooele, and is
listed in the phone book.
The ICDSD went into hiding for a while
to contemplate its repeated failure to consume Mormon children. It made a
vow that its next victim would not survive!
February 6, 1980 -- Roy Elementary School, Roy, Utah
readers will recall that the ICDSD hade ventured into the town of Roy
once before, when it tried to devour Travis Wilkinson at Valley View
Elementary School. To the eternal chagrin of the ICDSD, Wilkinson
survived the attack. This time around, it decided to attack a special
John Darro Thomas, age 9, was more than just a
special ed student. He also had a "bladder control problem" and had
standing permission to go to the restroom whenever he felt the need. The
teacher, Mrs. Iola Wagoner, was so used to seeing John get up and walk
out of class that she never took notice of him leaving on this
particular morning. A short while after John went to the restroom, two
students named Bobby Farris and Willy James were given permission to
relieve themselves. They found John hanging from the towel dispenser and
immediately notified a student teacher, who rushed into the restroom.
Realizing that she needed help, she got Mrs. Wagoner and together they
cut the boy free and administered first aid. John was taken by ambulance
to McKay-Dee Hospital but was DOA.
Bobby Farris told the police
that on prior occasions he had observed John Thomas put his head
through the towel loop, twist it around several times and then lift his
feet off the ground and spin around. John's parents reported that a
month or so earlier their son had come home with marks on his neck, but
they apparently were the result of another student putting a belt around
John's neck and leading him around the playground.
Lee John Thomas and Jean Pearl Thomas, were philosophical about their
loss. Mrs. Thomas told reporters that she was "at peace" because it was
"my boy's time to go." They still live in Roy.
Parents in the
Weber County School District asked the Board of Education to remove the
towel dispensers from the district's schools. They demanded to have the
dispensers replaced with paper towels. One parent even suggested that
the kids would be "better off wiping their hands on their pants."
this public outcry, the ICDSD sensed that its days in Utah were
numbered. It decided to head to a warmer climate to wait for its next
February 7, 1981 -- Maverick Bar, Phoenix, Arizona
ICDSD set up shop in the Maverick, a restaurant/bar, and immediately
caught the interest of Nora Moore, the 8-year-old daughter of the
Maverick's owners. Apparently Nora had played with the towel loop on
several occasions, but no one gave it any thought. On February 7, 1981
she entered the restroom alone and placed her head through the loop of
the towel. She then began turning around, walking in circles, until the
tightened towel cut off her breathing and cause her to lose
A restaurant patron entered the restoom, saw the
girl hanging there, and summoned Nora's parents. Her father gave Nora
mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, and Nora began to breathe. However, she
sustained permanent brain dysfunction.
The hospital theorized
that Nora had attempted to commit suicide. There was evidence that Nora
was depressed because of her size. She was only 4'4" tall but weighed
105 pounds, and she was by far the biggest child in her class at school.
Nora's parents filed a lawsuit against Steiner Corporation, the manufacturer of the towel dispenser.
February 5, 1982 -- Horace Mann Elementary School, Ogden, Utah
ICDSD had pretty much made up its mind that it would never return to
Utah, but one day it received word that in spite of the death of John
Thomas, the Board of Education had failed to removed the cloth towel
dispensers from the schools in the Weber County School District!
Amazingly, the school officials decided that it was sufficient to remove
the towel dispensers from schools which had emotionally disturbed or
handicapped students. In other schools, they raised the dispensers,
shortened the towel loops and installed a steel frame between the
dispensers and the towel loops which supposedly made it "impossible" for
a student's head to get caught in the loop.
the ICDSD made its way to Ogden's Horace Mann Elementary School. Michael
Crisman, the 10-year-old son of John Crisman and Barbara Crisman,
apparently was alone in the school restroom when he put his head through
the towel loop and twisted around. He stopped breathing and passed out.
A short time later, another student discovered him and notified a
teacher. The teacher and a lunchroom worker extricated Michael from the
towel and applied mouth-to-mouth resuscitation until paramedics arrived.
The boy was taken to McKay-Dee Hospital (the very same hospital where
John Darro Thomas had been taken two years earlier) where he was
admitted in serious condition. However, his condition gradually improved
and he was eventually discharged with no apparent permanent impairment.
The Crisman family still resides in Ogden.
incident, School Superintendent William L. Garner ordered that all cloth
towel dispensers be immediately removed from all schools in the
district. He admitted that he was perplexed about why these incidents
were occurring. "I don't know why they do this," said Garner.
"Apparently this was on a dare."
School District administrative
assistant Ron Stephens offered a different theory. "It's something that
has caught on," he said. "They get certain physical thrills from it." He
went on to explain that students get lightheaded or giddy from blocking
off the blood flow to the brain.
The school principal, Paul A.
Martin, privately acknowledged that older students had been twisting
their heads in the towel dispensers "for a sexual purpose."
ICDSD now realized that it could never again return to Utah. Fondly
recalling the success it had encountered in Illinois, the ICDSD began to
makes its way east.
April 28, 1982 -- Schaumburg Christian School, Schaumburg, Illinois
ICDSD had fond memories of swallowing up Montgomery Klemmer in 1975, so
it decided to make a return visit to Illinois. It found a home in the
restroom of Schaumburg Christian School, which seemed likely to provide a
plentiful supply of potential victims.
Todd Greco, a
15-year-old boy, arrived at the school after dinner to attend a "soul
winning" which had been sponsored by Bethel Baptist Church. Todd was,
physically, a late developer. He was barely five feet tall and weighted
just 105 pounds.
Exactly what happened is unclear. Witnesses who
were questioned by the police said that Todd was "showing off" and
looped the towel around his neck. Apparently, the boys who were present
did not realize that anything was wrong until Todd started to turn blue.
By the time he was cut down, he was dead.
The witnesses said
that they hadn't been concerned about Todd because they thought that his
knees were touching the floor. This seems unlikely, in view of Todd's
impaired stature. In any event, Todd's father, Joseph Greco, filed a
lawsuit against the school and the church 18 months later. The lawsuit
gave a different version of the incident, claiming that the other boys
who were in the restroom had deliberately wrapped the towel around
Mr. Greco still lives at 688 Ridge Court, Schaumburg. The ICDSD moved on, to Iowa.
April 29, 1983 -- Lakeview Elementary School, Solon, Iowa
Hansen, a 7-year-old first grader at Lakeview Elementary School,
somehow became entangled in the ICDSD in the school's restroom and was
strangled. Apparently, classmates entered the restroom and found Jeff
dangling from the machine. Teachers were immediately summoned (one of
whom, ironically, was Jeff's father, Edward Hansen, a third-grade
teacher at the school), but it was too late to save the lad.
Deputy Bob Carpenter theorized that Jeff may have swinging on the
towel, but conceded that no one knew what really happened because there
were no witnesses. School officials immediately removed all cloth towel
dispensers from the school. This was small consolation to Jeff's
parents, who still live a short distance from the school in Solon.
The ICDSD immediately beat it out of town and headed for Texas.
May 21, 1983 -- El Jarro Restaurant, Windcrest, Texas
Texas is a suburb of San Antonio. On May 21, 1983 an unidentified
9-year-old boy entered the El Jarro Restaurant with his parents and two
siblings. The family lived in the area and were regular patrons of the
restaurant. At approximately 7:15 p.m. the boy ate a dinner consisting
of a taco and tortilla chips. For dessert, he ordered a bunuelo with ice
cream. At 7:35 p.m. he made his fateful way to the men's restroom.
approximately 7:45 p.m. a waiter walked into the restroom and saw the
boy hanging from the ICDSD. The waiter immediately summoned the owner of
the restaurant. Just then, the boy's father was walking toward the
restroom, apparently to check on his son. By this time the boy was
unconscious and was vomiting. The boy's father emoved him from the towel
and the police and an ambulance were called.
A police officer
arrived within two minutes and employed the Heimlich manuever, to no
avail. He then administered CPR until the ambulance arrived. The
ambulance personnel originally thought that the boy was choking, but
when they got him to the hospital it was noticed that he had
strangulation marks on his neck running from under his chin to just
below each earlobe. The boy died two days later at the hospital. The
official cause of death was anoxic encephalopathy.
informed the police that they suspected homicide because the waiter who
found the boy was a homosexual and they believed that he had assaulted
their son. The waiter agreed to take a polygraph exam, which indicated
that he had nothing to do with the boy's death. The medical examiner
also reported that there were no signs of an assault and the death was
ruled an accident.
The incident was investigated by the Consumer Product Safety Commission, which apparently took no action.
The El Jarro Restaurant is no longer in business. The building is now occupied by a Chinese restaurant called China Cafe.
ends the astounding tale of the Incredible Child-Devouring Sanitary
Device. Or does it? It is unclear what has become of the ICDSD, but on
November 17, 1997 the Seattle Times reported that an 11-year-old boy had
perished in Vancouver, British Columbia, after he was found hanging
from a cloth towel dispenser at his school. Even more troubling news
appeared two days later, when the Times reported that two similar
incidents had occurred in Vancouver earlier in the year. Could it be
that the ICDSD fled north of the border, only to continue its malevolent
ways? Let us punish the guilty! Let us reward the innocent!
have given you all the evidence, based only on the secret testimony of
the miserable souls who survived this terrifying ordeal. Can you prove
that it didn't happen?
God help us, in the future!
"It was common
practice for grade school students to chin themselves on the towel
container, and then put the towel over their heads and twist it."
"When I walked in he was hanging from that thing."
"Look, I'm hanging myself."
"He is quite a pitiable sight."
"He has rather little control of his physical movements and in effect sort of flops around."
"Monty, what in the hell are you doing?"
"Mama, Norma's making faces at me."
"It was my boy's time to go."
"The kids would be better off wiping their hands on their pants."
"I don't know why they do this. Apparently this was on a dare."
"It's something that has caught on. They get certain physical thrills from it."
"Older students had been twisting their heads in the towel dispensers for a sexual purpose."