I don’t want to work overtime and I want to spend my time with my lovely family. I have sweet children.
Whenever I pronounce ‘Plural’ it sounds like I’m kissing somebody.
Tim, a student: I want to learn English because I want to travel around the world.
Teacher Von: But most people in France don’t speak English.
Teacher Von: *thinks* I think I just destroyed his dream.
They sure do grow up fast, don’t they! 😀
Teacher: Are you looking for a job right now?
Angela: No. I will stay a loser until April.
Many people know the classic writer Oscar Wilde so an introduction is absolutely unnecessary. I was lucky enough to acquire an excerpt of his Nothing…Except my Genius, which Penguin Classics had bound into Only Dull People are Brilliant at Breakfast. For the whole month of March, his genius will be featured every Thursday for Author of the Week.
I don’t know half of you half as well as I should like; and I like less than half of you half as well as you deserve.
Teacher: You bought a house when you were 28?
Student: I think I was just lucky. I found the right company, had the right job, met the right people, and earned good money.
Teacher: Hang on. I am 28 and I haven’t bought my own house. Does that mean, I’m not in the right company, this is not the right job, they are not the right people?!