Dwain, Sara, and I traded language lessons on Thursday. Dwain taught us some Japanese and we attempted to show him some American Sign Language.
Sara, Anna Beth, Amber, Sanaa, and I celebrated Green Chicken Day by consuming mucho pollo verde and watching Lord of the Rings.
Ok, Everyone is bugging me to try to write what they're saying, so get ready for some nonsense (they're talking too fast to get everything. It's hard to imagine what court recorders have to go through, oy). Try to guess who says what, lol.
Which is the one where they go to the army base?
there have been two hulks and avengers
I'm still waiting on Big Bertha in the movie, did you see how she transformed
they talk to how her excess fat goes to....her hips....she looks like a model....foom...shhh.....she like throws up, I think its hilarious, big bertha challenging societal standards.
I looked on google images for her
she's in her superhero from...haha...big bertha
she's gonna come sit on you, poor sara.
So Sara, would you rather be a dwarf, an elf, a hobbit, or a person, actually don't answer person, I didn't say that
I don't understand
you can live forver
you can only live forver if you go to the magical live forever place
are they fearing if the darkness comes to the
I think that's something you need to consult rachael on
I think I would be a hobbit
I would be an elf. I would finally be the tall one
I think what happened is there was a french system of something
we just assumed
teachers are liars sara
are you gonna teach your students about columbus day
no European settlers just came and just traded
That's the thing about elementary school, its not very history related
so you'd rather go with the lies
I don't know, in my experience they view columbus as kinda dumb
columbus didn't need directions and neither do we - man rules.
All of the above was the nonsense of Sanaa, Sara, and Anna Beth. I'm sorry about the worst blog ever, guys. But they were pretty adamant about me trying to catch as much of what they were saying as possible. A prize goes to anyone outside of that conversation that can correctly attribute what was said to the person that said it.