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Sitting in class watching students. Damn! I make an awesome exam!


My math teacher keeps losing my exams. WTF? It's not like they're bad. It's not like last term where I got 100 percent on almost every test, but still pretty good. At least it was finally located at the bottom of the stack and entered in. :)

Scarab Sages

staggers through thread looking for his wife's brainnnnnsssssss


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Aberzombie wrote:
staggers through thread looking for his wife's brainnnnnsssssss

That is gone for a least a month.:)

Scarab Sages

Justin Franklin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
staggers through thread looking for his wife's brainnnnnsssssss
That is gone for a least a month.:)

Oh, I'm not sure we'll EVER get those brainnnnsss back.


Aberzombie wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
staggers through thread looking for his wife's brainnnnnsssssss
That is gone for a least a month.:)
Oh, I'm not sure we'll EVER get those brainnnnsss back.

Nope. Child induced insanity is quite permanent. ;P


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lynora wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
staggers through thread looking for his wife's brainnnnnsssssss
That is gone for a least a month.:)
Oh, I'm not sure we'll EVER get those brainnnnsss back.
Nope. Child induced insanity is quite permanent. ;P

Well the first month is Child induced insanity, coupled with severe sleep deprivation.

Scarab Sages

Justin Franklin wrote:
lynora wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
staggers through thread looking for his wife's brainnnnnsssssss
That is gone for a least a month.:)
Oh, I'm not sure we'll EVER get those brainnnnsss back.
Nope. Child induced insanity is quite permanent. ;P
Well the first month is Child induced insanity, coupled with severe sleep deprivation.

Still working on the whole sleep deprivation thing. I started with it, then my wife took it over. Now we've got to find a nice balance.


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Aberzombie wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
lynora wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
staggers through thread looking for his wife's brainnnnnsssssss
That is gone for a least a month.:)
Oh, I'm not sure we'll EVER get those brainnnnsss back.
Nope. Child induced insanity is quite permanent. ;P
Well the first month is Child induced insanity, coupled with severe sleep deprivation.
Still working on the whole sleep deprivation thing. I started with it, then my wife took it over. Now we've got to find a nice balance.

Eventually they start to sleep for longer stretches, except for last night.:) Jude woke up crying like every 2 hours last night.

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Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Sitting in class watching students. Damn! I make an awesome exam!

You can always pull out some papers as if you are grading them. Then hold one up and start giggling like a school girl. Turn to the call and say something like "Oh I hope you all did better than this guy, clever answer but WRONG." Then watch them sweat.


Crimson Jester wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Sitting in class watching students. Damn! I make an awesome exam!
You can always pull out some papers as if you are grading them. Then hold one up and start giggling like a school girl. Turn to the call and say something like "Oh I hope you all did better than this guy, clever answer but WRONG." Then watch them sweat.

Oh, that is just evil! Funny, but evil.


Justin Franklin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
lynora wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
staggers through thread looking for his wife's brainnnnnsssssss
That is gone for a least a month.:)
Oh, I'm not sure we'll EVER get those brainnnnsss back.
Nope. Child induced insanity is quite permanent. ;P
Well the first month is Child induced insanity, coupled with severe sleep deprivation.
Still working on the whole sleep deprivation thing. I started with it, then my wife took it over. Now we've got to find a nice balance.
Eventually they start to sleep for longer stretches, except for last night.:) Jude woke up crying like every 2 hours last night.

And eventually would be when? :/

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lynora wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Sitting in class watching students. Damn! I make an awesome exam!
You can always pull out some papers as if you are grading them. Then hold one up and start giggling like a school girl. Turn to the call and say something like "Oh I hope you all did better than this guy, clever answer but WRONG." Then watch them sweat.
Oh, that is just evil! Funny, but evil.

No one would like me as a teacher. ;)

Silver Crusade

Crimson Jester wrote:
lynora wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Sitting in class watching students. Damn! I make an awesome exam!
You can always pull out some papers as if you are grading them. Then hold one up and start giggling like a school girl. Turn to the call and say something like "Oh I hope you all did better than this guy, clever answer but WRONG." Then watch them sweat.
Oh, that is just evil! Funny, but evil.
No one would like me as a teacher. ;)

A friend of mine is a vocal performance professor at a local college, and I was talking to him one time about the awkward "juries" of music study. (Basically, the final exam consists of singing for a faculty panel - very nerveracking.) I told him that instead of listening quietly and attentively, he should "get into the music". Maybe start nodding his head and tapping his foot, and then at the most difficult part start singing along - out of tune.

Mean mean mean.


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lynora wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
lynora wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
staggers through thread looking for his wife's brainnnnnsssssss
That is gone for a least a month.:)
Oh, I'm not sure we'll EVER get those brainnnnsss back.
Nope. Child induced insanity is quite permanent. ;P
Well the first month is Child induced insanity, coupled with severe sleep deprivation.
Still working on the whole sleep deprivation thing. I started with it, then my wife took it over. Now we've got to find a nice balance.
Eventually they start to sleep for longer stretches, except for last night.:) Jude woke up crying like every 2 hours last night.

And eventually would be when? :/

For Jude it is now. YMMV. :)

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Celestial Healer wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
lynora wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Sitting in class watching students. Damn! I make an awesome exam!
You can always pull out some papers as if you are grading them. Then hold one up and start giggling like a school girl. Turn to the call and say something like "Oh I hope you all did better than this guy, clever answer but WRONG." Then watch them sweat.
Oh, that is just evil! Funny, but evil.
No one would like me as a teacher. ;)

A friend of mine is a vocal performance professor at a local college, and I was talking to him one time about the awkward "juries" of music study. (Basically, the final exam consists of singing for a faculty panel - very nerveracking.) I told him that instead of listening quietly and attentively, he should "get into the music". Maybe start nodding his head and tapping his foot, and then at the most difficult part start singing along - out of tune.

Mean mean mean.

Oh and if done subtle at first. Humming along. I would love to see that as a video.

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Or change your name on the blackboard about once a week.

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

Hmmm.

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

Don't mind me, I'm just trying to crash something here.


Justin Franklin wrote:
lynora wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
lynora wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
staggers through thread looking for his wife's brainnnnnsssssss
That is gone for a least a month.:)
Oh, I'm not sure we'll EVER get those brainnnnsss back.
Nope. Child induced insanity is quite permanent. ;P
Well the first month is Child induced insanity, coupled with severe sleep deprivation.
Still working on the whole sleep deprivation thing. I started with it, then my wife took it over. Now we've got to find a nice balance.
Eventually they start to sleep for longer stretches, except for last night.:) Jude woke up crying like every 2 hours last night.

And eventually would be when? :/

For Jude it is now. YMMV. :)

Yeah, I had to put my seven year old back to bed five times last night. Still waiting for that sleeping through the night thing. *sigh*

Scarab Sages

Gary Teter wrote:
Don't mind me, I'm just trying to crash something here.

OW!!! MY EYES!!!!


Gary Teter wrote:
Don't mind me, I'm just trying to crash something here.

The TARDIS never crashed while *I* was around.

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The Tenth Dr. wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
Don't mind me, I'm just trying to crash something here.
The TARDIS never crashed while *I* was around.

oh yes it did.


Crimson Jester wrote:
The Tenth Dr. wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
Don't mind me, I'm just trying to crash something here.
The TARDIS never crashed while *I* was around.
oh yes it did.

THAT didn't count!

THEY crashed into ME!

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The Tenth Dr. wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
The Tenth Dr. wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
Don't mind me, I'm just trying to crash something here.
The TARDIS never crashed while *I* was around.
oh yes it did.

THAT didn't count!

THEY crashed into ME!

Twice?


Crimson Jester wrote:
The Tenth Dr. wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
The Tenth Dr. wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
Don't mind me, I'm just trying to crash something here.
The TARDIS never crashed while *I* was around.
oh yes it did.

THAT didn't count!

THEY crashed into ME!

Twice?

Yes. If you recall, there was a certain Dalek mucking about with the timestream.


Gah. Frustrated with myself. I totally flubbed part of the quiz because I misunderstood the question. :(

Liberty's Edge

lynora wrote:

Gah. Frustrated with myself. I totally flubbed part of the quiz because I misunderstood the question. :(

Look on the bright side. You remembered to put your name on the test, correct*?

*Once forgot to do this...


PACZKI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:D :D

Liberty's Edge

lynora wrote:
PACZKI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:D :D

Hey, if you can find a way to send some of those over here... Mmmmm...<drool>


Ashe Ravenheart wrote:
lynora wrote:

Gah. Frustrated with myself. I totally flubbed part of the quiz because I misunderstood the question. :(

Look on the bright side. You remembered to put your name on the test, correct*?

*Once forgot to do this...

Well, at least I got that question right... :)


Ashe Ravenheart wrote:
lynora wrote:
PACZKI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:D :D
Hey, if you can find a way to send some of those over here... Mmmmm...<drool>

Sorry, it won't go through the monitor. :)

Dexter Bakery makes the best paczkis. Pure donut deliciousness. :)
Actually they just make the best donuts in general. But I do especially look forward to the two days a year when they make paczkis.


lynora wrote:
Ashe Ravenheart wrote:
lynora wrote:
PACZKI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:D :D
Hey, if you can find a way to send some of those over here... Mmmmm...<drool>

Sorry, it won't go through the monitor. :)

Dexter Bakery makes the best paczkis. Pure donut deliciousness. :)
Actually they just make the best donuts in general. But I do especially look forward to the two days a year when they make paczkis.

Why only two days a year?


Freehold DM wrote:
lynora wrote:
Ashe Ravenheart wrote:
lynora wrote:
PACZKI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:D :D
Hey, if you can find a way to send some of those over here... Mmmmm...<drool>

Sorry, it won't go through the monitor. :)

Dexter Bakery makes the best paczkis. Pure donut deliciousness. :)
Actually they just make the best donuts in general. But I do especially look forward to the two days a year when they make paczkis.

Why only two days a year?

Because paczkis are traditionally eaten on Fat Tuesday, so they only make them on the Monday and Tuesday. A lot of bakeries make them for the whole month before, but the owners of the Dexter Bakery are Polish so they only make them on the traditional days.


methinks tis nap time...


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lynora wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Sitting in class watching students. Damn! I make an awesome exam!
You can always pull out some papers as if you are grading them. Then hold one up and start giggling like a school girl. Turn to the call and say something like "Oh I hope you all did better than this guy, clever answer but WRONG." Then watch them sweat.
Oh, that is just evil! Funny, but evil.

Wickedly funny, 'tis true, but I don't do this CrimJ because making them nervous is against my best interests. It would be like loading their leaky boats with dynamite and then demanding that they juggle torches, bless their hearts. Hey, for my next test...

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Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
lynora wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Sitting in class watching students. Damn! I make an awesome exam!
You can always pull out some papers as if you are grading them. Then hold one up and start giggling like a school girl. Turn to the call and say something like "Oh I hope you all did better than this guy, clever answer but WRONG." Then watch them sweat.
Oh, that is just evil! Funny, but evil.
Wickedly funny, 'tis true, but I don't do this CrimJ because making them nervous is against my best interests. It would be like loading their leaky boats with dynamite and then demanding that they juggle torches, bless their hearts. Hey, for my next test...

Why is it against your best interests? You still get paid right? ;)

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lynora wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
lynora wrote:
Ashe Ravenheart wrote:
lynora wrote:
PACZKI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:D :D
Hey, if you can find a way to send some of those over here... Mmmmm...<drool>

Sorry, it won't go through the monitor. :)

Dexter Bakery makes the best paczkis. Pure donut deliciousness. :)
Actually they just make the best donuts in general. But I do especially look forward to the two days a year when they make paczkis.

Why only two days a year?
Because paczkis are traditionally eaten on Fat Tuesday, so they only make them on the Monday and Tuesday. A lot of bakeries make them for the whole month before, but the owners of the Dexter Bakery are Polish so they only make them on the traditional days.

I prefer King Cakes myself.

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anyone ever, besides freehold, stop and read the business-esse and start humming the firefly theme?

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Not I.

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Mothman wrote:
Not I.

Fine! :P

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

So my son’s pre-school is doing a dress up day for Shrove Tuesday (or Pancake Tuesday as it is often called here). They all need to dress up as something starting with ‘P’.

He wanted to be a prince (apparently because a little girl he likes is being a princess ... actually I think all the girls will be princesses), so I made him a costume of a bad-ass prince. He has a crown, bracers, breastplate with a picture of a dragon on it, rings, belt and sword all made of cardboard, with a red cloak from his superhero set over the top of it. Looked great ... and I realised after I dropped him off and was on my way to work that I didn’t take a photo of him. Eeerg ... I’m not hopeful that the costume will survive intact till the afternoon ...


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Crimson Jester wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
lynora wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Sitting in class watching students. Damn! I make an awesome exam!
You can always pull out some papers as if you are grading them. Then hold one up and start giggling like a school girl. Turn to the call and say something like "Oh I hope you all did better than this guy, clever answer but WRONG." Then watch them sweat.
Oh, that is just evil! Funny, but evil.
Wickedly funny, 'tis true, but I don't do this CrimJ because making them nervous is against my best interests. It would be like loading their leaky boats with dynamite and then demanding that they juggle torches, bless their hearts. Hey, for my next test...
Why is it against your best interests? You still get paid right? ;)

As an adjunct, I'm competing for student enrollment/dollars. You confuse me with an educator that's not getting treated like crap.

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

I really, really hate to do this. But I don't think I have any choice right now.

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