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2014-05-12 01:21:49 PM  
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2014-05-12 11:43:44 AM  
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Back when I was in college all we had were the fundies writing "Josh is Coming" on the blackboards.

Of course there were the obvious breathing-hard responses, but the best counter campaign came from the theater students:

"Godot is coming"
"Please wait here"
2014-05-12 02:24:40 PM  
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2014-05-12 01:43:23 PM  
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2014-05-12 01:14:37 PM  
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In my youth, I spent a lot of time at chalkboards when the class was not there.  It usually began something like, "I will not..."
2014-05-12 01:58:54 PM  
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brantgoose: "Know how to spell a word more than one way." -- Mark Twain

You don't have to tell Canadians that, Mr. Clemens. We've been doing it all our life and make a point of honour of switching as suavely between systems as the Vicar of Bray. Especially true of those of us who speak a little French. It's hard enough to remember which is the American and which is the British spelling. Throw French into the mix and you've got yourself spelling that would baffle Jane Austen.

I particularly admire those who, like the characters of the Acadian cartoon,  Acadieman, are so bilingual that the choice of language becomes a meta-language in itself, communicating on another level above and beyond the resources of one language or the other.

Say it in broken English.--Maryann Faithful
The question is who is to be Master. That is all.--Humpty Dumpty

Use a word that don't mean nothin', like looptid. --Humpty Hump
2014-05-12 01:22:41 PM  
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Herr Morgenstern: I once spent an hour on a chalk drawing during study hall, and it was promptly and casually erased without a word from the teacher at the start of the next class. No one cared. It was then that I learned the somewhat harsh lesson that it's only art if people give a shiat.

It was an 8ft long dick with a smiley face and the principal's name on it, wasn't it?
2014-05-12 01:17:12 PM  
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2014-05-12 01:16:12 PM  
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The metalworking program got Scruffy this job. Chalk was more of a hobby.
2014-05-12 01:02:20 PM  
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Sybarite: It's not his fault. It's not his fault. It's not his fault.

Does he like apples?
2014-05-12 10:16:35 AM  
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It's not his fault. It's not his fault. It's not his fault.
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