This show champions the not-quite, the slight and the awkward. It’s about the importance of grey areas.
Your child could do better.
A little less chatter and experimentation would improve things enormously.
As would standing in the right line and using the right loos.
Your child has the potential to be an asset to the group but needs to learn to put things away and seems not to understand the consequences of failure.
Your child is like a cheap rubber ball – hard to control and causing problems, blurring lines and asking difficult bloody questions.
Please see me.
Shorty is a deconstructed drag-child of indeterminate gender, who frays at the edges and plays at the edges.
Neither here nor there, neither this nor that, Shorty brings a spare change of clothes to most places, and usually has to use them.