Me, to a 7-Year Old Girl (wearing different color beads in her hair & rainbow/tie-dyed earrings): "I like your earrings! They match your beads!"
7-Year Old Girl: "No, they match you!"
Same 7-Year Old Girl: "I'm wearing your skin."
8-Year Old Student: "You look just like my grandma. Well, not my grandma. My grandma's friend. But she's bigger and you're alot skinnier."
Me: "Well... thank you!"
8-Year Old Student: "I want to call you 'Worgus.' Her dog's name is Worgus."
7-Year Old Student: "Are you married?"
Me: "No, not yet. I will be, though!"
7-Year Old Student: "Then how are you pregnant?"
Me: "... I'm not pregnant."
7-Year Old Student: "I just don't get how you can be pregnant and not be married."
Saturday, March 3, 2012
Friday, February 17, 2012
Friday, January 27, 2012
So, I haven't written much lately. I know the 2 1/2 of you who read (I'm looking at you, William Wallace) probably don't care, but MAYBE SOMEDAY SOMEONE WILL.
With that being said, I've decided to compile some interesting tidbits (not timbits, though those are delicious, as are babies) kids at work have said. For all those who don't know, I teach kids with special needs and/or learning disabilities.
Here are some recent gems:
7-Year Old Student: "Do you know why I like going to the dentist?"
7-Year Old Student: "I love when you get the chloroform. You know, the stuff that tastes good in your mouth."
Me: "So can you think of way to use the word awed?"
10-Year Old Student: "Well, I'm awed by you... I mean, not in a bad way. A good way. Like, you're cute, but not like pretty cute, but kind of I want to kiss you cute. So I'm awed by you."
Me: "...Thank you?"
Me: "Ready to get started?"
11-Year Old Student: "Yeah, I just drained my dragon."
11-Year Old Student: "Yeah, it's weird how we get expressions and stuff."
7-Year Old Student: "My Uncle Borat lives in Hollywood."
Me: "So 'Borat' is your uncle?"
7-Year Old Student: "Yeah, my family got mad at him at Thanksgiving for walking on the table and kicking over our turkey."