Stockbridge : GA : USA | Aug 10, 2012 at 3:58 PM PDT
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My fiance and I were searching our new flat screen tv for something funny.

We chose to watch Tosh.0, on the comedy station. At first, we were cracking our sides, like we do when we watch his show.

We were so surprised and a bit angry to see that he had a version where approximately 12 to 16 kids, I mean kids ages from about 3 to 12 were, get this, literally simulating sex. Really! This was not at all funny, not a bit.

We were speechless. But even more appalled that his show did not show up the next day cancelled or censored or just all over the news, prostesting and firing the person that taught these kids how to hold each other and hump up and down on each other, rolling on each other, they were turning around so that the boys could hump and roll on them from behind. They were standing against the wall or lying on the floor.

I swear those kids were acting like they had done this before. They were so young.

We saw them more, but we saw a lady walking back and forth as if to guide them in what they were doing. It was like she was conducting a play, they were doing this as if they were rehearsing and had gotten good at it, just with their clothes on.

And just when I had just started to like or tolerate his show.

Who's parents allowed them to attend this class, who's parents did not "open up a big can of whip a____ on that instructor", what has become of this world? My heart went out to the little girl who continued to look around, innocently as if to say, "what is going on"?

Unless you are a sad freak like Mr. Tosh.0, and he too will be speechless to see these kids simulating sex on television, I am sure you will find it heartbreaking also.

What people want do to get on television nowadays.

helenfloyd is based in Stockbridge, Georgia, United States of America, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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