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CLIP 13469

Ask Lara - Oh no! B.O.!

Ask Lara - Oh no! B.O.!
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Key Info
  • Ask Lara - Oh no! B.O.!
  • Duration: 11:53
  • After a sports session at school, Gabriel (13) goes to class without showering or changing his T-shirt. The girls notice that Gabriel smells. He’s embarrassed, but Tony (13) insists it must mean that he's becoming a man. Gabriel thinks he's beaten the smell by spraying on some air freshener but he soon realises the smell has returned. Everywhere he goes, a green B.O monster follows him, and it's making his life miserable. Tony and Gabriel seek advice from Max (16) – after all, the girl's fall at his feet – and with his guidance, Gabriel defeats the B.O monster once and for all. It's just a shame that Tony then becomes a different kind of smelly monster, by going over the top with deodorant and aftershave.
  • Subject:

    PSHE

       Topic:

    Self Image

  • Keywords: Ask Lara, asklara, B.O, BO, body odour, deodorant, hygiene, peers, embarrassment, pressure, anxiety, worry, friends, relationships
Ideas for use in class
  • Can be used as a platform to discuss a range of personal hygiene issues and, importantly, can also be employed to discuss confidence and self-esteem.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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