Found June 26, 2012 on The Awesome Boston:
PLAYERS: Lady Gaga
MSN: Lady Gaga has inspired an American school principal to tap into his inner Little Monster and dress up as the pop icon for his students. He wasn’t born this way, but South Boston principal Justin Vernon seems totally comfortable living the mantra, “Don’t be a drag, just be a queen”. Head of the innovatively named Roger Clap Innovation School, Vernon told his students that if they read 10,000 books by the end of the school year, he would go Gaga and milk a cow. We’re not sure if Gaga herself has ever milked a cow, but hey, we didn’t make the bet! Watch the kids’ priceless reaction when their glammed-up Gaga-For-a-Day arrives for an udderly bad romance with a cow. We can only hope he steers clear of wearing a meat dress during home economics. On the other hand, arriving to class in an egg would surely make for the best biology lesson ever? A.B. I feel like pulling some shenanigans like this is something that can get you mugged in South Boston. I understand that our schools are in...

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