Sunday, October 02, 2011

You Know What


"Our room was very tidy, sheik, and modern."

"The job was horrible every day and my moral was dropping rapidly."

"I won various trophies and plagues" for my cheerleading accomplishments.

"At my wedding, people kept taping on their glasses."

"We went out that night and ate a restaurant."


At 9:04 PM , Blogger sandman1 said...

Kids do the strangest things these days. I'm picturing a wedding full of nerd glasses with tape on the bridge... (google knows just what I mean if I look for "taped glasses")

What's your picture supposed to be? (it's broken for me) Google has an eclectic selection of pictures if you search for "bad writing", including Snoopy typing "It was a dark and stormy night." Which I've never quite understood -- what's so bad about that? Is it supposed to be that a "dark night" is laughably redundant? Because for me the moon refutes that...

At 3:43 PM , Blogger Eileen said...

Bonjour Madame!

Hey, you're back @ 'da blog!' How did I miss this? I was going to drop you an e-mail but have - of course - misplaced your address. Ah well, c'est la vie, right?

Nice pics of France, by the way. I'd like to return there alone without having friends with me who speak no French and cling to me for dear life, afraid the locals will harm them.

FYI, I've been roped into substitute-teaching FRENCH @ the high school in Plaistow! Seems no matter how much I've forgotten, I still know more than the little weasels.

I'm still trying to get to Germany, but it's an uphill battle. Am supposed to leave next week, but now it's going to be in December.

Hope all is otherwise well avec toi. Get in touch sometime! - E.

At 7:36 PM , Blogger Kay McKenzie Cooke said...

Always good!

At 8:36 AM , Blogger Becky Willis Motew said...

Uh oh, sm, the pic is my usual "fractured" Picasso one. I like to use it for continuity, HAHAHA. I think the "dark and stormy night" is meant to seem trite and overused, etc. Dunno for sure, though.

Eileen, go get 'em in the French Dept. so glad you are well and headed for Europe. I wish I was. I'm only blogging now and then these days.

Kay, hi! Thanks for stopping--hope RedHeaded Woman is sailing along and you are too.

At 2:11 AM , Blogger sandman1 said...

Ah yes of course, I should have remembered!

At 8:40 PM , Blogger Maureen Power said...

Man oh Manischewitz! Thank you students for making such funny bloopers and teacher Becky for reporting them.


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