My Week 4/4 – 4/8
April 13, 2011 Leave a comment
This week has been somewhat boring since it was just me trying to save money and wait for my paycheck in the coming week.
Cost’s Plus World Market, Llamas, Fortune Telling…
I haven’t been able to venture out much in the past week, except for saturday when my boyfriend and I went to Jason’s Deli for a lunch meal, and encounted the cutest little animal this side of the world.
It was an adorable Llama that was made in Peru at Cost’s Plus World Market. I fell in love with it, but had no money to purchase him…sigh! Not only that, but the boyfriend and I found this book called Fourtune Telling Book of Names, the sad part about this book…
It did not have alot of common names, and it was weird, it gave you a fortune for your life based off your name…interesting….We entertained ourselves for a while and played around with the numerology section of the book, and then left for a barbecue my friend was holding.
I’ll leave you with this week’s D’oh!
D’oh! for 4/4 – 4/8
Again, I was watching another teacher’s class who had a meeting to attend, and this time a Junior U.S. History class, the Junior’s use computers for the majority of their ciriculum, and in that class they were supposed to be working on an internet activity. Well, then the joke started:
“Robert likes little boys.” started the Google Translator, over the quiet din of the classroom. Everyone in class started laughing.
It was hard to keep the class under control after that first incident and several started afterwards…then the printer came up….
Here’s a list of papers that was printed in the span of 5 minutes:
Robert Likes Little Boys
Herman likes grown men. Herman likes grown men. Herman likes grown men. Herman likes grown men. Herman likes grown men. Herman likes grown men.
I knew a guy who knew a guy, who knew a guy, who knew a guy, who knew a guy, who knew a guy, who knew a guy, who knew a guy, who saw Robert make whoopee with another guy in the kitchen and he liked it.
Robert Likes Grown Men
Starring: Little Boys
The frustrating part is that I didn’t know where the kill switch for the printer was and whether or not shutting the printer off would be beneficial to the wireless in the school. Sadly I wasn’t able to do anything, but came with a better story afterwards.