A 6-year-old attempt to get a patient to miss a school left her "red in the face" after she showed off the marker she used to cover fake chicken pox. be permanent. Lily School, which allegedly was afraid of future spell-checking, reportedly saw a similar trick on YouTube.
A student at Cornwall was reportedly asked to take a marker to complete a homework before he could appear in 10 minutes.
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When mom Lilly, Charlotte, said she would have to go to a doctor, she was reported to be back up to get rid of the rash – and that's where she was faced with troubles
Charlotte Shkilna told the news department that Lily had come with a chicken pox before and had several classmates with a disease and she realized that she had a plausible plan
A nurse takes a girl who did not have visitors while staying in a hospital  "She was deadly about this, until we said:" Oh, dear, he came so fast in 10 minutes. We will have to contact a doctor ", she said Mirror.co.uk. "She quickly disappeared, and we went upstairs to find her, trying to wipe them with a flannel."
Her parents' attempts to remove counterfeit pox were useless, and Lily quickly turned from feelings "bad" to a sense of embarrassment. to the school mummy, because everyone laughs, "Charlotte Shkilte told the news department. . "Windy pox" Lily was finally resolved in four days with a hair lacquer, reports the department.
"The house is always filled with laughter from Lily," said Charlotte. "She is very witty."