Rejected Reproductive Health Unit Titles

Rejected Reproductive Health Unit Titles

The email from my son’s middle school caught my eye. I opened it and read:

“You are invited to come preview the lessons and teaching materials for Puberty: The Wonder Years.”

Puberty: The Wonder Years?

What, is Kevin Arnold narrating the videos about the miraculous changes that happen to your body when Winnie Cooper walks by?

Gawk! What a terrible title. Puberty and reproductive health are awkward enough without deeming them “The Wonder Years”.

However, if “The Wonder Years” was the absolute BEST title the curriculum designers could come up with, how many other 80s TV show titles did they reject before settling on it? Imagine Bob and Ted, the chief reproductive health unit curriculum designers, sitting around and tossing out potential names based on classic 80s TV shows. Here are the Rejected Reproductive Health Unit TitlesReproductive Health Unit titles they must have rejected:

Puberty: Diff’rent Strokes

Puberty: The Facts of Life

Puberty: Fantasy Island

Puberty: Growing Pains

Puberty: The Love Boat

Puberty: Married…With Children

Puberty: Three’s Company

Puberty: Who’s The Boss

Honorable mentions as rejected Reproductive Health Unit titles:
Puberty: Bosom Buddies
Puberty: Full House
Puberty: Happy Days
Puberty: Perfect Strangers

What about you? What would you name the Puberty curriculum? Come on, make me laugh!

 

katy-clarkKaty M. Clark blogs as the “Experienced” Bad Mom. That’s because everything she’s done wrong with her first child, she’s done wrong with her second child as well! She embraces her imperfections and shares them on Experienced Bad Mom. Come follow and laugh with her onFacebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.

 

 

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