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Old 07-13-2008, 02:36 AM   #331
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Ohh thats why she was drying em in the basement. I couldnt remember. Thats right she broke the dryer.
She broke the dryer like once a week at every house we've pretty much ever lived at EXCEPT Dewey and now this one *knock on wood*
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Misunderstood kinda guy? Our science teacher was kinda like that except she wasn't foreign. She'd just kinda chatter on like she was totally happy go lucky. I have to say, it was rather odd.
He was in many ways the stereotypical stern German who had a nostalgic side. His English wife was the German teacher, which I always found amusing. Though I hear they've now divorced but both are so stubborn that neither has been willing to go teach elsewhere, so things have been really tense in the staff room at lunchtimes!
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WAAHAHAHAHAHA



I DIDN'T MEAN TO KILL HIM! WHY MUST THIS HAUNT ME EACH AND EVERY DAY (thanks to you )
Lol. Yeah but we were friends and young so it was really THAT bad.

Because he croaked. And he just was like floating. And it was so sad... but funny it was hilarious but I couldnt laugh cause you were sad.
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She broke the dryer like once a week at every house we've pretty much ever lived at EXCEPT Dewey and now this one *knock on wood*
Oh thanks... way to go.
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Gotta agree there. I can get into the whole history thing and stuff like that but politics and anything related? Gimme a damn pillow.
First year Political Science was fun for the most part, but since then it has been just so frustratingly dry. History, on the other hand, has just been getting better and better.

I mean, I enjoy a good political debate, but I really could not give a shit about some overly dry author's statistical analysis of parliamentary vs presidential republics in central and eastern Europe since 1995.
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Because he croaked. And he just was like floating. And it was so sad... but funny it was hilarious but I couldnt laugh cause you were sad.
Mom saying he croaked was pretty much the single most evil thing she's ever done

Shadows and Tall Trees is a pretty fitting close for this particular album
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He was in many ways the stereotypical stern German who had a nostalgic side. His English wife was the German teacher, which I always found amusing. Though I hear they've now divorced but both are so stubborn that neither has been willing to go teach elsewhere, so things have been really tense in the staff room at lunchtimes!
That must pretty interesting!
I've only known a couple of pairs of teachers who taught at the same school and were married. Were still together when I left.
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Mom saying he croaked was pretty much the single most evil thing she's ever done

Shadows and Tall Trees is a pretty fitting close for this particular album
Well at the time she didnt know that he really did.
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Well at the time she didnt know that he really did.
BUT WHEN SHE REALIZED LATER SHE STILL LAUGHED ABOUT IT!
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First year Political Science was fun for the most part, but since then it has been just so frustratingly dry. History, on the other hand, has just been getting better and better.

I mean, I enjoy a good political debate, but I really could not give a shit about some overly dry author's statistical analysis of parliamentary vs presidential republics in central and eastern Europe since 1995.
In school, I was always a fan of history. I liked to read and learn about what happened way back when even though the knowledge really doesn't make a whole lot of difference anyway, the stuff that made things how they were today is very intriguing!

I could even tolerate classes on the government but politics bored me out of my damn skull. I don't know a lot about it and I honestly couldn't care less to learn about it.
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That must pretty interesting!
I've only known a couple of pairs of teachers who taught at the same school and were married. Were still together when I left.
One teacher I particularly like, I've met since finishing high school, and he told me he thought it was great because everybody else was avoiding the staff room like the plague to get away from the tension, so he pretty much got the place to himself! He'd sprawl out with his newspaper and food and relax.
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BUT WHEN SHE REALIZED LATER SHE STILL LAUGHED ABOUT IT!

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One teacher I particularly like, I've met since finishing high school, and he told me he thought it was great because everybody else was avoiding the staff room like the plague to get away from the tension, so he pretty much got the place to himself! He'd sprawl out with his newspaper and food and relax.
That's definitely a way to look at it! More space for yourelf! Just ignore the tension.
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