Thursday, January 19, 2006

Hobo Teacher Tip #1406

Do you ever notice how often you have to sign birthday cards at school? It's just taxing to sound sincere all the time. You know--"Why are we celebrating your 40th birthday, when it's 15 years away?" or, "Stop reading and get back to work! HA! HA!" I've even found myself using, "Don't ever change."

I'm not sure about you, but I'm going to end that. How? I'm going to stop writing messages altogether. If I'm going to put down crap like, "We're going to need the fire department when you're blowing out your cake," then what's the point? Don't worry because I not stopping outright. I'll just add my name to some other teacher's message. As long as I do a decent job of matching the ink, then it will look like we partnered up for one witty quip. Like, "You're one hot grandma."

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