“Washdays” by Simon Neal starts with Kyle, who is washing his sheets in the bathroom while his mother is watching him. He runs off to school but he arrives late. The teacher scolds him and demands that he brings a note from his mother the next time that he is late and gives him twenty minutes detention.

The next morning, Kyle lies in bed with his wet bed sheets. As he washes the sheets, he complains to his mother about being late to school again. The mother argues that washing the bed sheets is about assuming responsibility because she does not want Kyle to end up like his father. Kyle asks if his father wet the bed as well. The mother says that his father had other problems. Kyle asks her to write him a note for the teacher.

Outside school, Kyle reads the note and finds out that his mother has written to the teacher about his bedwetting problem....

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