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Fed-up teacher allows little girl to drop F-bombs alone in bathroom to prevent cursing in front of students

A teacher and a little girl in the bathroom at daycare.
A teacher and a little girl in the bathroom at daycare.

A Pennsylvania daycare teacher allowed one of her students to unleash an expletive-laden tirade while alone in the bathroom to prevent the little girl from cussing in front of students.

Tina Midkiff was having trouble “trying to resolve cussing issues” with a little girl, who was not identified, and had to use a creative approach to stop the mayhem, she revealed in a TikTok Tuesday.

“Since we’ve had some issues with cussing, we’re only going to cuss in the bathroom,” Midkiff tells the animated little girl.

“We’re not cussing anywhere but in the bathroom. And we’re not going to give the finger anywhere but in the bathroom,” she instructed in the video, which has garnered 11.3 million views.

Midkiff informed the little student that her mother “approved” the secret bathroom cussing sessions and that she had to “get it out of your system.”

The adorable little scholar, who was dressed in a pink princess shirt with her curly hair pulled back, was squirming as she waited for her teacher to give her the green light to let it all out.

As soon as the door clicked shut, the young scholar didn’t hold back, rapidly whispering a string of expletives.

Tina Midkiff was having trouble “trying to resolve cussing issues” with a little girl and had to get creative. TikTok/@mommaevilone
Tina Midkiff was having trouble “trying to resolve cussing issues” with a little girl and had to get creative. TikTok/@mommaevilone
As soon as the door clicked shut, the young scholar rapidly whispered a string of expletives. TikTok/@mommaevilone
As soon as the door clicked shut, the young scholar rapidly whispered a string of expletives. TikTok/@mommaevilone

“Motherf–ker,” she started. “You [unintelligible] b–ch. Motherf–ker. What are you saying, like, motherf–ker? I don’t know what you’re saying, b–ch.”

Although she didn’t reveal who she was mad at, the little girl dropped several more B-words before Midkiff asked if she was “finished.”

“No!” the little girl screams, before going back to whispering her swear words.

As the clock ticked away, the student’s swearing grew fervently as she rushed to get it all out in time.

“Stop saying b–ch, and only say b–ch in the bathroom,” she told herself before repeating the swear word three more times.

When Midkiff asked her a second time if she was “done,” she finally replied: “Yeah,” before opening the door to let her teacher inside the bathroom.

Midkiff informed the little student that her mother “approved” the secret bathroom cussing sessions and that she had to “get it out of your system.” TikTok/@mommaevilone
Midkiff informed the little student that her mother “approved” the secret bathroom cussing sessions and that she had to “get it out of your system.” TikTok/@mommaevilone

“Did you get it out of your system?” Midkiff asked, to which the girl happily shook her head before returning to the other students.

Many were quick to take to Midkiff’s comment section, with a large number feeling the little girl’s pent-up frustration.

“Me in the bathroom at work multiple times a day and I work in a daycare,” one woman named Cara wrote.

Another agreed, writing: “Fast forward 15 years… she’s still going to be doing this in the bathroom at work.”

“She really needed this,” a woman named Kelli Parker said.

“She needed to release this, daycare buds getting on her nerves. Lol,” a user named Meghann wrote.

Others found it hilarious that the little girl was whispering her bad words, with one writing: “Her whispering her bad words is so cute.”

Midkiff replied, saying: “She is so rotten but love her to death.”

In a follow-up video, Midkiff said the little girl normally doesn’t say as many expletives as she did in her “safe space.” She also said the little girl doesn’t respond to timeouts and other punishments to stop the cussing.

“Her two favorite words are butthole and b–ch,” the teacher revealed while throwing up her hands in defeat. “She’s a great kid, she will go places and she will do things.”

The daycare teacher also said the student had a “great support system” at home and has a “great foundation.”

“I don’t want you guys thinking she’s running around saying the mfer out there, because she’s not, that was her safe space,” she said.

The Post has reached out to Midkiff for comment.