crack houses

today i overhead the following conversation at school:

student 1: “my aunt has been looking for a house, but all she can find are “crack” houses.

me: let’s try and keep our conversations appropriate with each other.

student 1 (confused): “crack” house? what is wrong with that?

me: well, “crack” houses are not appropriate conversations for school.

student 2 (in a hushed whisper): i have heard about crack houses. people have other people come in to look at the houses and there are huge cracks in the floor and walls. you really shouldn’t buy those houses.

NAUGHTY for continuing the conversation after being asked not to.
INFORMATIVE information for those who may not know about “crack” houses.


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