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We want the best for our kids, and sometimes that means going above and beyond for homework and school projects.

Kfm lunchtime host EB Inglis shares that he recently had to help his son with a chemistry project. The task called for higher grade chemicals and supplies which EB went out of his way to try and secure.

He even had a supplier say that he was surprised that a 13-year-old would be tasked with such a complex experiment as it was dangerous.

Just as EB was about to purchase the supplies, he received a message from his wife saying that their son got the homework assignment all wrong: He was only tasked to watch a video about it and document his findings!

This story prompted listeners to share their similar experiences. Listen below!

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Spend your lunchtime with the quintessential ‘guy-next-door’, EB Inglis. Tune in Mondays to Fridays, 12- 3PM

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