My first Markiplier-related teaching story of the school year!
So today my 3rd grade class had some time free before recess, so I figured we could play a little game of Would You Rather. I would present the question and they would walk to the side of the room that they would rather choose. I asked them “Would your rather dye your hair pink or shave it all off?” Every single student except two ran to the side of the room representing pink hair. I told them I was surprised and asked why they would choose that, and one boy shouted out “DUH, MARKIPLIER!!” The whole classed giggled with excitement.
Congrats, Mark. Your pink hair left behind a legacy on a group of 7-8 year olds. lol
Things I’m not gonna judge you for: stretch marks, hair (anywhere), your intrests
Things I will judge you for: how you treat wait staff, if you change the song 20 times without letting one finish, if you don’t like dogs(who r u)
"I always wondered, what these red marks on your hair and skin or fur are, can you explain them to me?"
“Oh these?” Idly she’d trace a finger along the marking on her cheek. “These are my divine markings. They show those who see them what I am, so long as my divinity remains.”
If ever she were to lose that divinity, however, they would fade, leaving an ordinary woman behind, stripped of her power. That is, until such a time that it might be returned, usually due to a restoration of faith.