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Posted 17 January 2012 - 12:35 PM
In my group, when we didn't know the answer to a question, we wrote down a random one. Like on the famous people one, we wrote Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, MC Hammer and none of them were there. Oh, and we wrote Einstein for one, and it was actually right! He was younger in that picture, and we were like "=O We actually got that right!"
Oh, and one of the questions was "What is the name of the actor who plays Dr Sheldon Lee Cooper in The Big Bang Theory?" and none of us knew his name, so the person writing the answers wrote "Not a clue, but he has Asburgess syndrome and he's a homosexual" (yes, he misspelled of Asperger's) After we handed it in, I was like "I probably should have said this before we handed it in, but you spelled Asperger's wrong" and then he said "Who cares, they'll get the gist of it" (he pronounced gist with a hard g) and then we laughed about gist (hard g) versus gist (soft g)
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Posted 21 January 2012 - 09:55 PM
Poor Lily. xD
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Posted 29 January 2012 - 02:25 PM
We were bored in class, and the teacher was talking about the names of clouds, and my friend said "seriously, this is getting boring" and I said "Seriously? Or Cirrusly?" And then my other friend said "Use a good stratus-gy to figure out the answers" (In case you dont get it, stratus and cirrus are types of clouds)
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