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Entertain ME - I'm in standardized test hell.
Posted 06 March 2012 - 07:56 AM
Posted 06 March 2012 - 09:04 AM
I had the room with students who needed the literary passages to be read aloud to them. Naturally, the day testing began I came down with the worst case of laryngitis I've ever had, but no worries, I had an assistant who could take over the reading, right?
Wrong. My assistant left, without telling anyone, to go home and wait on a furniture delivery.
That was not a fun week.
Posted 06 March 2012 - 09:59 AM
Here we go:
A man drives up to a small restaurant. He parks his car, and walks to the front door. There, a sign displays "Today's Specials." One of the specials is "Albatross Sandwich." The man reads the sign, sees that special, and smiles. He enters the restaurant, takes a seat. He orders an albatross sandwich. The sandwich arrives, and the man takes a bite. He chews, savors, thinks. After that bite, he puts the sandwich down. He walks outside to his car, locates his gun in his glove compartment, and shoots himself dead.
Posted 06 March 2012 - 10:32 AM
So my perfect poetic answer was incorrect? Phew, this isn't as fun.
Okay: Did he make Albatross Sandwiches before?
Of course, you start with one of the hardest questions to answer with a straight yes or no. But I must.
So, the answer is no.
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