I’ve missed you too.
Inertia is a powerful force.
The world keeps spinning, I keep teaching, and my students keep it weird.
This fall, I decided to launch a charity drive with my kids; one that would serve as an “informed action.” Action, we got. Not sure about the information translation. We made posters! Yaay, posters!
Today I reviewed the posters!
My sample poster said something about “As Seen on. . .” and I referred to a well-known YouTuber. So, of course, many of my darlings felt compelled to copy that—or to try to copy it.
Least Publishable Poster Copy award: instead of “As Seen On,” the poster reads, “Ass semen.”
Back when I used to blog about the horrors of urban fifth grade, that would have been intentional, and misspelled. Now, it’s just an adorable error, and a strangely missing poster.
In other news, one of my most challenging students—a gentleman who is training to clock some 300+ miles by lapping the school—did an impressive impersonation of Marty Feldman in “Young Frankenstein,” dramatically limping his way toward his favorite destination: HALLWAY! USA! USA!
Yup, some things never change.