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Before they go out for Field Day teacher gathers his children around him and says "I'm rooting for you guys. Reds, Greens, Purples, Yellows. It's those other fouth-grade measles I don't like." The Kids laugh. He always telling them that they are better than the other fouth-grade class and they and their teacher are measles.

What's the meaning of "It's those other fouth-grade measles I don't like." and "they and their teacher are measles."

Thanks a lot.
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It's a weird insult - to call someone a disease .
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You're sure it wasn't "weasels"?
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It's really "measles" Thanks. Emotion: smile
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Then let's just say it's a very unusual use of the word!