I feel like it’s really creepy that I post Skype screenshots of Harrison on my blog (especially since he doesn’t exactly know that they exist), but I like his face so much and I’m tempted to post more pictures but idk is this unhealthy
People are insane on this product review of a banana slicer
“When a burgler came to my house I was tempted to reach for the butcher knife in the kitchen, but instead I grabbed the 571B banana slicer. I told the burgler…”I’m gonna slice your nanner” and he ran in a terrible fright. Thank you 571B banana slicer for saving my home and possibly my life.”
“No instructions. So disappointed!
Was so excited to get my banana slicer in the mail, only to discover that the instructions were in Japanese. How was I supposed to cut my bananas without step by step directions?!?!? Are these people stupid? By the time I was sent the English version in the mail, all my bananas had turned brown and I was forced to throw them out. What a waste.”
“Angle is wrong
I tried the banana slicer and found it unacceptable. As shown in the picture, the slicer is curved from left to right. All of my bananas are bent the other way.”
“”Angle Was Wrong” Was Wrong
I can’t believe anyone could be so inept as to think that they couldn’t slice their bananas because they bent “the wrong way.” All that person has to do is to buy the model 571C Banana Slicer that is for bananas that bend the other way. Although I prefer left-bending bananas, I got both the 571B and the 571C so that when shopping, I don’t have to have the hassle of finding bananas with the correct polarity. I hope “Angle Was Wrong” sees the light and removes that harsh one-star rating for this indispensable product duo.”
My confused classmate recently sent out a mass email and I decided to write him a nice response to his question.
On Dec 4, 2012, at 11:47, Kyle K. wrote:
Why exactly would people plan not to do the 4th paper? Sarah Vap sent an email about people potentially not doing it. Not sure if Gioia made it somehow optional. I’d really appreciate a quick response.
Thanks, Kyle K.
You may recall professor Gioia mentioning several poetry related events in class and urging us to attend them. This was not simply a series of suggestions aimed to integrate the fine art of poetry into our lives outside of the classroom. I understand why you might find this next part rather confusing - in fact, Gioia found it necessary to explain this no less than four times over the course of several lectures because it is so difficult to understand. From what I was able to extract of his cryptic discourses, I believe it is accurate to assume that attending two of the aforementioned poetry events has the miraculous effect of adding extra credit to our midterm exams as well as exempting us, the attendees, from writing the fourth essay. However, you may still write the essay if you find it necessary because the lowest essay grade will be dropped, thus only the three highest essay grades are taken into account in regard to final class grades.
I do hope that I was able to be of service to you, and I wish you all the best during the impending formidable days of finals.