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Perverts Rejoice As Cann Hall Primary School Kids Says ‘Cheese’

by | 6th, March 2008

cann-school.jpgPERVERTS. Cann Hall Primary School in Clacton, Essex, is on to them. And one step ahead.

Says headmistress Clare Reece: “The public nature of the internet is an issue we feel strongly about. Not all parents want their children’s picture on there. You can’t say what is going to happen in any of those pictures.”

Say “cheese”, kids. Or “Gouda”, as the heads turn round and yellow.

Smile. They all smile the same smile. It is a smile of blank-eyed, compliant happiness. It is also smile used in the rave culture of the 1980s, the face that used to appear on the Ecstasy drugs. Does Mrs Reece know this?

“SMILEY FOR THE CAMERA,” says the Mirror. “Smiley face of PC Britain,” says the Sun.

And somewhere in a caravan site on the Welsh coast a man with sweaty palms looks on, unbelieving that his wildest fantasies have some true.
Kids, perverts and cheese. See how they smile…



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