Thursday, March 3, 2011

So many holidays AGAIN!

What's with that? There are, like, a million holidays today, too! I mean, it's cool and all, but I'm kinda getting overwhelmed here. It's hard to celebrate all of these at once, people. :) For one thing, it's Peach Blossom Day. But it's also National Anthem Day...I'm not sure if this is a national holiday celebrating all anthems or a smaller holiday celebrating national anthems...somebody research this and get back to me. ;) And it's also I Want To Make You Happy Day. So...please, somebody make me happy by singing a (national) anthem about peach blossoms, and we'll be all set. Oh, and I was also told (falsely) by my homeroom teacher and a student in said homeroom, both of whom were dressed up, that it was Dress Professionally Day, and didn't I get the memo. Well, no. No, I didn't. Also, I would like to state that even if that is a real holiday, which I doubt, it wasn't today, even if it was written (this morning, as I watched) on the calendar of my homeroom teacher.


...I also doubt that the other holiday my homeroom teacher deemed today to be, "Thank God Cats Taste Like Chicken Day," exists. At least I hope not. I am about 99% sure he made that up on the spot, but there is always that nagging thread of doubt...okay, I'm 100% sure. Nagging thread? Gone!

So,'s Words From The Hallway are from the Say What? category! My comments are in italics! Enjoy! :)

"What if we give them gills?" Would you like fries with those gills? Or just mayonnaise?

"Hey, guess what, I'm a blowfish!" How very nice for you.

"No campaigning in class!" Oh, so you'll allow mowing the fish in class, but campaigning is out? That seems a bit unfair! ...who would possibly want to mow a fish in class, I have no idea, but I can only assume it's allowed. If not, I think I'm going to sue. Although I usually mow my fish at the library. Hmm.

Person 1: "When I come back, there'd better be chicken and rejoicing."
Person 2: "Those things do usually go hand in hand." Oh, indubitably.


Blake said...

You cannot rejoice without chicken. It's rule 42, the oldest rule in the book!

Eve S. D'ropper said...

I agree. So...they wrote rule #42 first, then all the rest? That seems kinda odd...XD