mliaverage: Today, a girl was presenting a speech about a career in nursing, and someone asked if blood bothered her. Her response? “No, I’m a girl.” I don’t think that I have ever laughed so hard at the frightened look on so many boys faces. MLIA
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mliaverage: Today, I asked an embarrasing personal question to one of my close friends on MSN and they just said “JFGI.” I had never seen that abbreviation used before, so I googled it. Then I laughed… for several minutes. MLIA
I love you
there is no period there because I don’t want it to end.
mliaverage: Today was my schools homecoming pep rally. At the end, the Marching Band and the football team went against each other in tug-of-war. The Marching Band won. MLIA
I want it on my desk warm from the laminator at 5pm. If it is one minute late, I...– Sue Sylvester’s best line yet (via mimisaurus)
mliaverage: Today, I went toaster shopping since my old one broke, I saw two on sale toasters, one ordinary toaster and one children’s toaster that imprints the Batman logo onto the bread. I’m satisfied with my purchase, I now make Batman bread constantly. MLIA.
mliaverage: Today, I was doing my physics homework when I came across this problem, “A student throws his worthless lab partner off a 120m high bridge with an initial downward speed of 10m/s. How long does it take the deadbeat to hit the ground below?” I like this teacher. MLIA
mliaverage: Today, I was playing Apples to Apples with some people from Youth Group. The topic card was “Delicious”, and one guy put in “Choir boys.” We’re all very concerned. MLIA
mliaverage: Today, I was talking to a nine year old that I babysit. She was telling me that she wanted to go to college to become either a teacher, a doctor, or a platypus. I have taught her well. MLIA
Friday morning it snowed on my way to school. Oh...
mliaverage: Today was my first day at my new school. I walked in to my first class of the day and everyone went silent and stared at me. I walked up to my teacher and said, rather loudly, “Give me a call tonight and we can have a repeat of last night.” The look on the faces of my new classmates was priceless. Little did they know that the teacher is my brother. And that last night we had an...
mliaverage: Today, I was babysitting a two year old girl. We were playing with her toy trains, and she told me that she had a nightmare last night. I asked her what it was about. She looked up at me with wide, serious eyes and whispered “Asparagus”. MLIA.
mliaverage: Today, I told my sister that corn oil is made of crushed corn. She then asked me what baby oil is made of. We stared at eachother in silence. Now we know. MLIA
Loser and proud!