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Chapter 26: Page 8

January 12th, 2016, 11:00 am

I Say...

Hazumirein says,

BOOM. Second missed Christmas page made up. Back on track, at least as much as I can be.

I was trying to use the clocks to indicate time passing...not sure that worked.

QotU carries over from yesterday again.

And You Say...

Flame Shadow says,

Great job catching back up!

Oh, yeah, the clocks indicate the passage of time alright. And reminds me that time during class mooooooves sooooooo slloooooooowwlyyyyyy.... XD

As for QotU: Oh, yeah, plenty of those moments over the years. The best were the slumber parties where some very stupid , inane topic was discussed at three-something when we ought to be sleeping. The craziest inside joke was a result of playing a complete-the-sentence game while we were all hyped up on sugar and exhausted at the same time. Ooooh, man. Good times~

troblsomtwins829 says,

This guy does not look enthused to be teaching this class, but he's already better than MY Spanish I teacher. (such boredom, and on lunch hour, too)

blackpickles says,

This guy is so boring. It's probably because he has a creeper mustache.

KingKomodo (Guest) says,

Je ne parle pas l'espanol. And apparently the google dictionary doesn't have French from a English keyboard. I'm also a little lost with the "I" part at the end of the sentence, but like I said I don't speak Spanish.

Hazumirein says,

@KingKomodo: The I isn't Spanish, it's supposed to be a Roman numeral one haha. Like, this class is Spanish I, the next one would be Spanish II, etc.

I wasn't sure if it would be less confusing to write it like that or just put a number; it really makes more sense out loud.

...Now that I think about it I can't actually remember if my class names in high school were written with numerals or numbers.

KingKomodo (Guest) says,

Ah much more sense then, mine were labeled as 1-2 for first and second semester.

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