theres a giant burning orb in the sky and it can burn your flesh, it can give you diseases, it can kill you, looking directly at it causes physical pain, and we all think this is okay. we like this orb. we like to go outside and lie around on our backs when this orb is in the sky. children draw cute pictures of this levitating death orb with a smiley face on it. what is wrong with us
i had a 2nd grade student today who kept getting “lamp” and “plant” mixed up and she was getting frustrated
we finally moved on to ‘ghost’ and she got mixed up again and called it a lamp
i said no
she got so mad she took a pen and drew a lampshade on the ghost’s head and said firmly “HE IS A LAMP”
today a ten year old called me fat in front of the class and i told him it was because i eat all my rude students
my chinese students really love english profanity because they dont get in trouble for it
i try to just ignore it so they don’t get a reaction and keep using it
but today during a creative writing exercise, a character was arguing with a dragon, and the kids needed to decide what the character would yell
this one kid raises his hand and calmly submits his suggestion of “f*ck you, you foolish dragon motherf*cker”
i dont know its just
its difficult not to react to that
"kids arent being social now a days because of those brain washing phones" what the fuck do you think we’re doing with the phones. do you think we just stare at the number pad. do you think twitter is just a one way text from a robot bird.
I don’t know if this can be useful to anyone. It’s not perfect by any means but perspective is a lot based on the artist own sensibility, I merely offer a starting point.
When I was
In the third grade
thought I was gay
so basically um im horny
do you know what these all say?
"hi horny im dad"
it’s so weird that we call our loved ones things that we eat
sugar… pumpkin… honey… baby…
i want to see homestuck animated like how they do canadians on south park
there are more nipples than people in the world thats fucked up thats fucking me up
like imagine if you’d never seen a dog and you saw a saint bernard and you were like, what’s that and then someone was like, thats a dog. and then you saw a chihuahua and you were like ok whats that and they were like, that’s a dog. wouldn’t you feel lied to? wouldn’t you sense that something was amiss