the apartment building is under construction
dirt & dust, our doom
a grime-ridden apocalypse
needs more than mere mortals’ broom.
is courtesy of a cheeky 9-year-old at the vegetarian buffet:
"Hello, beautiful sister!"
According to the students— ‘All of the girls must have the same haircut, at the chin with bangs, so they look like mushrooms. All the boys must have very very short hair, so they look like potatoes. At the beginning of the year, they give you one pair of pants and that’s it. If you grow, you will just look ridiculous. If everyone looks ridiculous together, then we will not be distracted from our studies.’
One of those things that seems absurd at first, but then you remember how much brainpower went into superficial endeavors in middle school, so maybe it isn’t a bad idea.
teaching pronoun genders, couldn’t resist making some wall art out of my test results. from the mouths/pens of illiterate babes.
"I want to meet Edward from Twilight. First, he is a handsome guy and I’m definitely in his top fans. Second, since he already graduated from thousands of high schools, then he must be a professional at SAT’s which I am busy with now. I think I could get some help from him.”
[my students are too smart for their own good]
Now, I have a confusion, because my major has two aspect which is the urban design and the business. I had not received much study of art or design during my early life. So maybe I lack some big events that related my future decisions (major).
How can I write to make my current essay about The Old Ping Pat Paddle have some relative with my future decision?