Strong Kids, Safe Kids: Creative Discomfort

While I think we’ve all seen the “Proper Words Song” portion of this–and that was traumatic enough, mind you–I personally have never seen what appears to be the whole thing. And who knew you could make kids stronger and safer by confusing the hell out of them? Or threatening damage to their knees?

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