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#46 cheermeon

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Posted 16 October 2007 - 09:02 PM

Put your hair in a do, it is whipping me in the face, I CAN'T READ IT.


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#47 sweet.chickadee.miss.krys

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Posted 17 October 2007 - 02:48 AM

LOL these are hilarious. I think the weirdest one I've ever received was from my friend, Julz, when she read my first book Sospiro:

It's really good, but there's something happening with all of the characters!!! It's like one long episode of Home and Away


And I know that she loves Home and Away, but I took offence to it because I cannot STAND H&A!!!
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#48 LadyMMac

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Posted 18 October 2007 - 03:42 PM

Well I'm Canadian and I don't think I write differently than other people except for the fact that it's in french but when I write a text for english class I find it's perfectly normal...

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Probably not, but speaking from the POV of someone who lived in Canada and is American, there can be a few things different. But nothing major that would really make me go..."oh, that's Canadian."

Lol.

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#49 the_tall_girl

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Posted 18 October 2007 - 05:00 PM

Care to explain why I’m suicidal in this story? Hm? -- T.

It’s NOT ABOUT YOU! Jesus.

What? Am I supposed to read all of this? All these big paragraphs are giving me the creeps. -- K.


Yeah, because they’re dressed up as scary pirates on Halloween just to scare you.

He hit her. Is something wrong with you? -- T.

Oh, I could just take those scissors and cut *** ******* *****! Such a *********** ******! Julia, what the *#&$%% is wrong with you? --K.


I was truly scared of my best guy friend at that moment.

Why do your characters speak so fast? They remind me of Gilmore Girls… --T

How can you TELL that they’re talking fast? She’s was just probably just reading it fast in her head.

Yeah? Well, I can recite the US and British history word by word. All you can do is about heterosexual couples kissy kissy and touchy touchy. --F.


I lost brain cells that day.

Him: Your title is fat.
Me: You mean like the gangster 'phat' as in cool?
Him: No. It's fat. Like a pig. --H.

I read of what seemed to be the first chapter of a wonderful novel. If you're willing to finish it, I can edit it for you and send it to one of my close friends--she's an editor. Though you might not want to use the word '*#&$%%' so much. --Ms. C.


Um...okay? (She actually said that today.) And not I don't use that word so much! Gosh.

Why isn't G. in this story? --M.


It took me three days to realize that the MCR fanatic meant Gerard Way. Woooow.

I have plenty more of these random comments from my friends (they are actually the ONLY people on the PLANET that I would allow to ever read my stuff), but that's all I remember right now and I have to go finish this stupid packet. *sigh* Such a cruel world.
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#50 imaginary roses

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Posted 01 November 2007 - 03:41 PM

It may not actually be criticism, but something my mother said was the strangest, nicest thing ANYONE has said about by writing.

Mum: I know you write well.
Me: you've never read anything I've written *glares, hoping hard that this is true* how the heck do you know I'm a good writer.
Mum: because you talk like a writer.

*grins* I talk like a writer. ROCK ON!


My boyfriend keeps telling me I'm a good writer- he's never read my stuff but says he can tell from my texts, emails and speech. Flattering, but strange
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Posted 04 November 2007 - 05:51 PM

^^ I get that often. But really, for me, it might be my teachers just aren't used to fifteen year old girls who can write and speak without using "like" a dozen times every three words...

As for weird criticism, I've never really gotten any? However, I don't usually allow others to read my stories...
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Posted 05 November 2007 - 11:29 AM

You guys made me laugh. Mine isn't funny just really peeved me off.

So I hand in my original writing essay, about Assassins, to my teacher. She flicks through it reads the first page and writes the word Too long! on it. With an exclamation mark at the end. She didn't even read it. And yes it was 11 pages long but nobody told me there was a page/word limit.
So the next day I hand in a 6 page Assassin essay in and she just shakes her head at me. Some people hadn't even written the first word and i handed her two essays in two days. you'd think she'd be grateful for an enthusiatic pupil but no.

Sammy :P Gets peeved everytime she thinks about it.
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Posted 05 November 2007 - 11:47 AM

Guys, this is all so hilarious. Especially the

'Were you horny when you wrote this?'


LOL! :lol:

Ok, this isn't weird but thus girl on another website was so totally rude and left me a review on my story ranting on and on about a size eight not being close to curves. When I wrote that chapter, it wasn't the best time. It was a British size eight which is an American size 12 and then she told me I was being part of the media who told young girls they are too fat!

WTF?!

Seriously, I was so mad. The point of the story was that it didn't matter what size you are! And I said in that chapter like, four times that there was nothing wrong with being that size.

Actually, saying I was mad is an understatement; I was freaking raging. CC? Yeah, it's welcome, but not that freaking rant.

There was also this story - not mine - and that same girl reviewed and said 'this is the worst run on sentence I have ever heard'

WTH?! She didn't even tell the girl how to make it better! Which is the whole point in CC, correct?

She is such a nutcase. Sorry, but she is. :074:

Grr...

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Posted 07 November 2007 - 11:46 AM

She is such a nutcase. Sorry, but she is. :074:


Nice much? I'm only joking.

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Posted 07 November 2007 - 01:17 PM

:P

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She is I tell you! Nutcase!
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#56 Mediator17

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Posted 10 November 2007 - 11:02 PM

Lmao.

"Oh, dear. You're so... beautiful and slender and wonderful, oh, such a great student, that was so well-written... you're amazing and you have such potential!"

:huh:
My english teacher.
Bit of a wacko, but she completely loved me. :P

"Oooh! Is it about a drunk girl who drives down New York, you know... gettin' some? *wiggles eyebrows* It IS, isn't it? Pffh, don't lie to me, I know you're thinking it just as much as I am..."

-M, haha, I love that kid. :P

"Dude! TOTALLY SMASHING!"

-M.

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Posted 13 November 2007 - 03:15 PM

Lmao.

"Oh, dear. You're so... beautiful and slender and wonderful, oh, such a great student, that was so well-written... you're amazing and you have such potential!"

:huh:
My english teacher.
Bit of a wacko, but she completely loved me. :P

"Oooh! Is it about a drunk girl who drives down New York, you know... gettin' some? *wiggles eyebrows* It IS, isn't it? Pffh, don't lie to me, I know you're thinking it just as much as I am..."

-M, haha, I love that kid. :P

"Dude! TOTALLY SMASHING!"

-M.


Legend...Is your english teacher a perv?
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#58 awkwardchica

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Posted 13 November 2007 - 11:59 PM

One of the few times I ever told one of my friends that I wrote, she said:

Oh, really? Because you have that author look about you. Pretty, but unusual and strange. I thought you were an author...


I was like, "Um, thanks?"
Because, apparently I look like a writer and I also look unusual and strange.
Is that a good thing?
:blink:

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#59 peanut_butter

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Posted 15 November 2007 - 09:53 PM

Not a criticism, but a compliment, rather--

B- Can I read that?
Me- No.
B- Fine. FINE. Be that way.
Me- Okay.
B (thinking that would make me give in)- Probably has too many SMARTY FREAK WRITER words for me anyway. Hmph.

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Posted 16 November 2007 - 03:58 PM

^Lmao!

Don't people realize that we LIKE it when they say things like that?

:lol:

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Posted 16 November 2007 - 07:40 PM

This isn't really a criticism, but my teacher said this to me:

Me: [telling her about NaNo] I'm writing a novel in 30 days.
Her: Really? For what?
Me: A contest
Her: What do you win?
Me: A certificate saying you wrote the novel?
Her: A certificate? A CERTIFICATE! All that mayhem for a certificate?!?! -mumbles under breath-
Me: Yep.
Her: Are you going to let us read this certificate-winning novel?
Me: -just gives her 'the look'-
Her: I'm going to take that as a definite no.

My teacher's the best.
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#62 Bella Catarina

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Posted 16 November 2007 - 07:52 PM

[referring to an advice column I wrote]

You give us words that we have to look up... and we all know its you Katherine!


And I'm like: "I'm sorry, person who has written me this pretty little letter with many mistakes in it, but that was me toning DOWN my vocabulary. Not me trying to confuse you. And why, again, do you CARE that I wrote the column?"


It was a bit freaky, that column. Everyone seemed to know it was me because, apparently, my writing style outed me. No one told anyone that it was me... *sigh*

I got a lot of hate mail. Oh well. Tis all over now.




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Posted 19 November 2007 - 10:40 AM

I got another one. My friend A.C. is reading one of my storys right now.

I really hate the main character but I love this story!

Is this possible? I was a little confuzed. And here is what Lari said, when she read the same story:

That main character is such a sick loser...I love him.


Well,

Love,

Kati :m:
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Posted 19 November 2007 - 07:24 PM

So I see you left me for a thesaurus. I feel so loved. --T.

^She was reading some piece I wrote and true I HAD looked up stuff on the thesaurus 'cause my writing would look like a first grader's if I didn't.

I overheard this from my best guy friend when they thought I was in the bathroom.

Little did she know that I understood sh*t she was saying. --K.

That was SO FUNNY. You just had to be there. That was HILARIOUS.
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#65 balletlover

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Posted 24 November 2007 - 07:10 PM

My friend: Is she supposed to be thinking this sentence?
Me: Yes.
My friend: So why isn't it in italics?
Me: Because you already know its her thoughts. It's written in first person, the entire story is her thoughts.
My friend: Maybe you should put it in italics anyway?
Me: Why on earth would I do that?
My friend: Because this is something that she's really making a point to think about.

Don't even ask me. I have weird friends...

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#66 StrawberryPrincess

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Posted 01 December 2007 - 12:16 PM

Okay, this confused me:

Why didn´t he die in the end?


AC about the main character of my story...she really doesn´t like him, okay...but she wanted him to die? :blink: I hope she was joking...

Love,

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Posted 06 December 2007 - 07:56 PM

Okay, this isn't really criticism, but it's weird.

well i've read the first 2 chapter of your story and its kinda good i guess, you should really get it published.


Um, huh? :blink: It's KINDA good, but no CC to help me improve? And I should get it published? But I thought it was only KINDA good!

I was sooo confused after reading that.

It was on here, too! :icon_eek:

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#68 writerluv

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Posted 08 December 2007 - 09:17 PM

Okay, this was kind of weird/ funny if you were there:

1) oh my god what happened to the font?
  • It was weird, the font, I mean.
2) *Imagen you're in a Newspaper class*

Newteach: *reads story then calls my name across the room*

Me: Yes?

Newteach: Do you have something against paragraphs? because you need paragraphs for an article.

Me: *thinks for a moment because the article, in truth, didn't really need paragraphs* Yes, Yes I am. I am anti-paragraphs.
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#69 Bella Catarina

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Posted 08 December 2007 - 09:56 PM

Now this isn't really criticism, but it sort of freaked me out.

I let it slip in my English class that I like to write. God. I shall try not to do that again.

Hey! We have a writer in here, Ms. [insert name here]!


Me: Well, I do like to write.
Teacher: I know. When you read that bit of your free write... You've really got something.
Me [thinking]: It was a freewrite. It came off the top of my head. It was crap.
Me: Oh, well... thank you?


Person: Well... what else do you like to do?
Me: I like to write.
Person: I know. When you read your free write... I was thinking "We've got a writer in here!"
Me: Erm. Okay.

[Twas a different person than the first one]


It was a free write.

I wrote it in two minutes.

Gah. It wasn't that great.

I don't believe.

It went something like this:

Writing is like a dream, an aching dream. Shadows ring your eyes at four in the morning. You should sleep, but your words propel you forward, streaming onto the computer screen. You should eat something, but caffeine fills your stomach, churning. "You can do it," it says. "Just keep going."

Writing is a storm, a blank pane filling with clouds--rain hitting it hard, shaking it.

Something like that. Anyway, it wasn't anything genius.

Pfft.


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#70 Mediator17

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Posted 08 December 2007 - 10:25 PM

Haha, Kat, my freewrites are terrible.
I make lists of the most random things simply because I can't think of things to write off the top of my head.
i.e., I've listed fifty different ways to say "I Don't Know," (I'm not absolutely sure, I can't be sure, I am not quite sure, I am not informed at this moment), a three-page list of things I can't do (play volleyball, go to gym next period, write who-do-I-admire essays, etc), a list of pet-peeves, and so on and so forth...


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Posted 09 December 2007 - 09:08 PM

These are some things people have said to me, and only one of them is technically CC.

Random Classmate: What are you doing?
Me: Writing.
are.C.: What are you writing?
Me: A story [I've found that the word 'book' is a bit too much for them to comprehend]
are.C.: Why?
Me: Because I feel like it.
are.C.: You're weird *walks away*

They're so enlightening.

Oh, and there was this one time when I was reading a book by Dean Koontz, and it had the initials 'DK' on the cover. So...

Another Random Classmate: *peers at book* D...K...DONKEY KONG!
Me: What?
A.are.C.: Donkey Kong *points at book all knowingly*
Me: Whatever you say.

And then once at the end of the year, my Social Studies teacher has this overall evaluation thing for every essay we'd written, and the only thing he put in the 'weak points' section was 'Too long'.

What's wrong with teachers? Don't they need to read to become teachers? It's not nine pages of crap, I assure you. So what, do they simply prefer to have a page and a half of garbled words with about five references shoved in there? Honestly.

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Posted 14 December 2007 - 10:06 PM

Classmate A: You write like a philosophe.
Friend A: Classmate A says you write like a philosophe.
Me: This is awkward.
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Posted 15 December 2007 - 04:42 PM

Classmate A: You write like a philosophe.
Friend A: Classmate A says you write like a philosophe.
Me: This is awkward.


Lol. At least classmate A didn't say physiocrat...

hehe. That made me laugh, Ani.

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#74 balletlover

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Posted 16 December 2007 - 12:48 AM

So, the other day in English class, we had to do this thing where in groups of four, we read people's story's from another class (they were anonymous-just had their student number on them) and some of them were just...weird. So, instead of some weird critism that I received, here is some I gave:

I wish he would stop swearing in Spanish.

What exactly does "They kept it PG-13 at school but who knows what they did when they weren't their mean?" You know, they're allowed to have sex in PG-13 movies.


You so ripped off Gossip Girl.

Wait, which one is dead and which one's in jail?


Bleh! Religious epiphany cop-out ending!

Punctuation, dear. It's a beautiful thing.


Yeah, it was a long day.

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#75 noodles

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Posted 17 December 2007 - 09:39 PM

person A: This chapter reminds me of pikachu.
person B: no, it reminds me of that weird crackhead kid, elmo.
person C: what? are you guys insane? This is totally a great representation of star wars.
me: ....

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#76 NeverBefore

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Posted 19 December 2007 - 11:51 AM

I rarely let anyone read what I write but...

This is your life plus tragedy.


...Erh, thanks?
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Posted 19 December 2007 - 09:48 PM

person A: This chapter reminds me of pikachu.
person B: no, it reminds me of that weird crackhead kid, elmo.
person C: what? are you guys insane? This is totally a great representation of star wars.
me: ....

-nhu

Elmo? A crackhead?
:is offended:

You'd better run, Person B...

Love,
G :elmo:
^not a crackhead.
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#78 cheermeon

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Posted 19 December 2007 - 10:07 PM

I had an Elmo birthday cake.
He was pushing Big Bird off a cliff.
I saved you a piece Gracey.
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Posted 21 December 2007 - 09:44 AM

^Lol.

Ahh well, back to the weird criticisms.

Sounds like something Chandler from Friends would say... - P

:blink:

Damn, the girls in your story are too confusing about what they want from guys - DJ


<_<

So, the guy you based me on... You're calling me a retard? - L

I don't think I need to after that statement. Cheers.

Umm... does that girl have a fetish for doing weird things? - A


Erm... o_O

P: Whoa... She's like... what's the word for her... what's the word for NOT independent? unindependent?
Me: Um... yeah.
P: Yeah, thanks!
Me: Um... no problem... seriously. *rolls eyes as he turns away*


And yep... That is all for now... *bows*

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#80 Bella Catarina

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Posted 21 December 2007 - 03:14 PM

Guy at School: You really wrote a novel?
Me: Yeess?
Guy at School: For nothing?
Me: Umm... That's arguable.
Guy at School: You didn't get anything?
Me: I got a certificate that I can hang on my wall.
Guy at School: So you won?
Me: Well... Sort of. Me and 13000 other people.
Guy at School: In America?
Me: In the world.
Guy at School: What a waste of time.
Me: I LIKE writing. Its my FAVORITE THING.
Guy at School: That's weird.



Blech. It went on like this for a while. Apparently he thinks that there is no point in writing a novel unless you're paid for it.

How wrong he is.




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Posted 21 December 2007 - 03:44 PM

You write stories? You are sick.


Well, I don´t know what to say about this...

Love,

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Posted 21 December 2007 - 09:44 PM

lol! lmao! Seriously I am about to pee on my self! Well *cough* I barely let anyone read my storys but I did get some cc although it's not really weird!

Wow! You cuss a lot!

ermmmm, thanks?

Are you like obsessed with boys?


no, hot boys!

It's boring me so, I'm leaving

wow! That makes me feel good!

Sarcasm is a wonderful thing!


Yeah, even though she was being sarcastic dam* straight!

You're a cow

And you have cow problems!

Where you on crack when you wrote this?


WTH AM I SUPPOSED TO SAY TO THAT?!


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Posted 22 December 2007 - 08:17 PM

Me: Why does everyone say I need to use simpler words?
Group Member A: Because...
Group Member B: Because it's easier to read.
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Posted 22 December 2007 - 09:37 PM

OH. And this one:

Group Member B: Okay, summarise it, because Ani wrote it, and now, we have to make it USER-FRIENDLY.
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Posted 23 December 2007 - 06:33 AM

"You are just hopelessly romantic and it SHOWS. *violently flips the pages of my notebook* YOU know what I mean? YES YOU! *points to me!* IT SHOWS" - Cousin

Your writing is seductive. *Goes off into a day dream* - S.

Guy: You're so awesome. Ok, where did you copy this from?
Me: Uh. I wrote it.
Guy: Jeez. Haha. Don't lie. Where did you copy it from?
Me: I WROTE IT. I WROTE IT.
Guy: Oh.
*Guy stares at me*
Guy: You should be a writer, man. Think of all the money those weirdos get for making up crap in their mind.
Me: Um, yeah. Fine.

Girls are really weird about guys, yeah? - A.


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Posted 23 December 2007 - 12:57 PM

dude: so like, he's pregnant?
dudette; no SHE'S pregnant.
nhu: no one's pregnant!?
dude:...
dudette: so what's with the talk of "lines" and "liquid"
dude; yeah, isn't that a preganany test.
nhu: ...
nhu: it's called a metaphor you twit.
dudette:...
dude: a what?

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Posted 23 December 2007 - 07:06 PM

This is one of the weirdist critical things someone has ever said to me about my writing:

I can't believe you would do something as stupid as copying someone else's writing. Who really wrote this?


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Posted 23 December 2007 - 11:52 PM

One time, I got back an assignent I did for English class. In the margin, it said to check the spelling of the circled words. I checked the paper, and there was only one word circled. That word was "a".
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#89 The southernbell

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Posted 24 December 2007 - 11:15 AM

ROFL!!!!

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#90 a_kiwi_for_your_thoughts

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Posted 27 December 2007 - 11:41 PM

hahaha so i remember this one time

Kiwi: hey rebecca what did you get on your paper?
Becca: i got a 93%
Kiwi: mr l never gives those. good job
Becca: thanks. what about you
Kiwi: he thought it was interesting and funny. he laughed a lot and loved it.
Becca: what did you get?
Kiwi: an 88%
Becca: but yours was better. what did he say was wrong?
Kiwi: ha. he thought my thesis was mia.
Becca what was your thesis?
Kiwi: self reliance should be mandatory reading for young adults to help them discover...(you get the point)
Becca: whats missing about that?

yeah lifes strange like that. that always makes me laugh. even though it isnt funny. i dont know. lol.

and buffyrules13? THAT WAS FUNNY

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