actual serious history

  • what she says: I'm fine
  • what she means: In WALL-E, there were infants aboard the Axiom being taught by a robotic teacher. Why do they need an education if all jobs are performed by robots? If people don't do any work, is there a monetary system at all? If not, does that mean that the technology everyone has was forced upon them? And if people are so engrossed in this technology that basic face-to-face interaction is unheard of, how were those children born in the first place? Do their parents even know about them or were they to be raised by robots? Is that, then, how the adults had been raised as well? Did humans have any control over their own lives before WALL-E came on board or was everything run exclusively by the robots? What was really going on aboard the Axiom?
Things my History teacher has said in class
  • well thats awkward, I love it
  • Yeah I watch the vampire diaries, I got their signatures a few years back
  • I cried during the lion king. I cried when Scar died
  • It’s amazing how much damage i can do in 1 minute
  • you’ve all watched spiderman you know that great power comes with great responsibility 
  • I have the watch! I am the teller of time, so you may only leave under my discretion
  • they wear rings they don’t just run around (talking again about the vampire diaries)
  • IT WAS IN SEASON 4 EPISODE 17 !!!!!!11!!1!!!!! (and again)
  • Don’t worry girls I’m not here for you
  • No dance no chance
  • Go Go Cats Rule
  • Well I got to set that up while you were all singing that crap (we were singing happy birthday)
  • This is the line of spasmodic movements 
  • *borrows book from school library about cats*
  • It’s not a duck with a bit of class
  • I use to keep a possum in my hair as well but it died and maggots went everywhere and I thought this isn’t a good idea
  • That was so 26 minutes ago forget about that now
  • I woke up on a bus once and missed it. Very small country
  • Parent Teacher Interviews are coming up, last chance to hand me that $100 bill
  • We don’t need the interpretive dance version
  • What is a legend? I know your first answer is me
  • Don’t throw an apple at me
  • I don’t believe in best friends, he betrayed me anyway (talking about out Religion teacher)
  • Have any of you guys watched down town abbey?
  • Why is this salty discharge on my face?
  • It’s long I want that on a t-shirt
  • (on halloween) You didn’t have to dress up to look scary
  • I’m not fighting with jocks, actually I did it was called high school
  • *Takes his long service leave to go to Las Vegas for a Star Trek Convention*
  • Timmy on a catwalk getting shot. There’s a t-shirt that sums up my class

Something that I learned about myself this evening is that if you insult me literally nothing will happen, but if you insult Anne Boleyn I will turn into a destructive, raging, monstrous tempest of a woman and curse you.