We were teaching limmericks. And there was a kid who kept suggesting names that would get me into trouble. Like “there once was a young boy named chuck, how about itch Ms. Norman,” then he would start cracking up so I would start cracking up.
And my 6th period class came up with this as a class that I wrote on the board:
There once was a doctor named Bill
Who wrote a prescription for Jill
She only missed one
And she now has a son
She now always remembers that pill.
One of my students misspelled the word tests. I laughed until I cried when he asked me to proofread his poem “Girls are like school, you have to study before they put you to the testes.” I didn’t recover for the rest of the day.
I love Freshmen. Probably because I am one.
Your on alright, Green light,
Love that limerick about Bill the doctor. I laugh at things like this all the time, because I’m apparently still 12 years old.
Hahaaaaa! despite his hilarious mistake, i like his analogy! LOL! That’s a good one! Thanks for this Abby!