It is what it is, right? I'm sure it'll still get the point across!The worst the teacher could do is dock a point or two, right?
Haha I never really thought about it that way - maybe no one understands him! o.o
Ahh I see haha. Guess they thought it'd be funny to see if you actually were one - good thing for them you're not! (right?) I guess that'd be a pretty normal reaction to having a vegetable thrown at you out of the blue
Thy will be done, Lord Francis! [Insert Francis here cuz I'm too lazy to get it on phone]
I don't even think phrases like that would translate over to French o.o it'd be one of those instances where the original phrasing is "lost in translation" haha. If anything you could have a native speaker read it and gauge how they react
Haha I doubt anyone but his family understand him!
I fit that description well too (except for being pale - too Irish) but I've never had someone throw garlic at me o.o haha who in the world did that? Please tell me you at least feigned some pain!
OH NO!!! Francis my overlord I am sorry!! The Slaughter seduced me with a sexy signature! I beg forgiveness from thee! o.o
I was going to work on Red Faction: Guerilla (took FOREVER to download but I had some fun with it yesterday) but I didn't realize how long that game is going to take. I mean, we're looking at over 500 collectibles and many hours of mp boosting. FUN.
I don't see what dancing has to do with anything either, I asked my teacher what the point of the project was and she got mad and sent me to another room to talk to me individually but then she came to me and said that CA requires high schools to do that.
I completed GTA: San Andreas. God, what an annoying game. At least the story is good.
Yep. On the bright side, I do like all my teachers this year except for that one, so hopefully I can squeak by with minimal effort. And yeah, it's ridiculous that they make us do dancing. It's actually hilarious too since they specifically say "we're not here to embarrass you" and then 5 seconds later "you have to make up your own line dance and perform it in front of the class." Like wait, um, what?! . I've concluded that school is no longer about learning, but about passing.
Nice! French and Japanese are a lot to take in at once!