When I carry on school of visitors, usually I represent children from a cottage as pigs, and they, respectively, grunt.
But once I was strongly confused when again presented them as pigs, and the eightyearold girl haughty took an interest: Whether This joke is not too beaten?
I had to recognize that it is right.
The sense of humour at girls is developed not more weakly, than at boys, but they, unlike the last, seldom use it for selfdefense.
Some boys are protected in such a way very successfully..