I was teaching my pre k students about the North and South Poles, showing pictures of the Ice Hotels and Aurora Borealis and the magnetic field that creates it, and one of them started to get upset with me because I had forgotten to look up pictures of Santa to show him. I finally look it up and click on a picture of a man dressed as Santa and show him, and he says “That’s Santa?” and, not wanting to dash any beliefs, I say, “Well, it might just be a person dressed as Santa. So many pictures of him come up, you can’t know who’s the real him.” and he said “no, show me a picture of the REAL Santa!” and I said “ok, I will. Let’s look it up later, it might take a few minutes to find..” and he said ok. Mind you, all of these kids are Jewish.. so anyways, when we are done with the activity and it’s time to get ready for lunch, he starts asking the other teacher to show him a picture of Santa and she starts to tell him that some people don’t believe in him so he should ask his mom first to help him find that. And then he says “but Santa isn’t real.” and I say “Ok.. then if Santa isn’t real, how can you expect there to be a picture of the Real Santa?” and he kind of just made a face like, oh…i dunno…good point.
My mom just got a macbook pro and when she called to tell me she mentioned that it started spying on her because she accidentally clicked on something (Photo Booth). so now I am looking on her computer to check it out and see if I can help her learn how to use it, and I looked at the photo booth and it had a 40 second video where it was like a low angle view of the top half of her face and then she must have realized it was filming her and didn’t know how to stop it so she just turned the computer so it couldn’t see her, except for the edge of her hair and it just filmed like that for 30 more seconds. I can’t stop laughing about it.
- Me: (sees that my pre k kid's naked butt is hanging out of her pants during rest time) Put your pants back on please.
- Pre K Girl: (pulls her pants back up) But they hurt my ankle
- Me: (looks at her foot) They're barely even touching your ankle...
- Pre K Girl: No, this ankle (points to her hip bone)
- Me: Haha that's not an ankle...
Sometimes I send really punny snapchats and I just can’t handle my laughter
I’m catching up on Teen Wolf…
#DamnitAgentMcCall is hilarioussssss haha sorry but that’s too funny.
Melissa (the main teacher): That’s my black bead (points to bead on the floor)
Me (thinks she is telling me to sweep up a black bean and sweeps it into dustbin, while looking at her as she is looking at me from her spot on the floor sitting with a kid)
(Melissa’s face looks shocked)
(My face becomes Oops I just realized what I did)
Me: haha sorry I thought you were asking me to sweep it up. I will get it back for you
Melissa: I just thought you were trying to tell me how you really feel about me
Me; Hehe like I was being one of those cats who look you in the eye while they knock your things off shelves.
One time I went to PetCo with my dad and he saw some kid on rollerskates being pulled down the aisle by her dog, but the shelves blocked his view of the skates and dog, so he asked me what was happening, like he thought she was ghost-floating or hovering or something weird like that.
My tumblr-less best friend read through lots of my personal posts and thoroughly believes that my life should be a movie cuz I’m cute and funny and witty and have lots of silly life anecdotes. So, why don’t you guys like my posts better?
I don’t know why everyone’s always saying they groan and scowl when they hear puns. Puns make me smile.