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Tuesday, May 24, 2005

Vasectomies! Get your vasectomies here!

I firmly believe that most people have no business procreating. Dreadful as they are, how could their wretched progeny be any better? Case in point: Roota.

Roota is in 6th grade. She likes rainbows, teddy bears, 'NSync and crying. Lots of crying. Great big buckets of blubber. Now me, I hate crying. It's just the sort of thing that makes me stand around, earnestly examining my knuckles and muttering: "What the hell am I supposed to do?" Todays blow-up came because a kid whom I will call "the unblinker" (See Malachy McCourt for the reference) bought a water gun to class (why? Why ask why?) and squirted her hand while I was writing on the board. This so traumatized the precious youth that she took a break from shouting "game!" (Korean youths believe, as do their parents, that all one needs to do to learn English is to play hangman) to burst into wrenching sobs. I had to get my Korean coteacher to come in (thus interrupting her own lesson) and she finally kicked the two out. On a related note, I had asked several times that the class, which has the collective English language knowledge of a turnip, actually take the initiative and buy dictionaries so that they could learn something. That was on May 9th. As of today, the class is 0 for 14 in the dictionary department.

Oh well. There is always hangman. And ladies, please: Take some RU-486 with you, no matter where you go. Because you never know.


Blogger peemil said...

"the collective English language knowledge of a turnip"

I'll have to remember that one for later. Brill.

11:54 AM  
Blogger asiatown77 said...

No offense meant to turnips, fine upstanding members of the vegetable community.
Also, my coteacher spent 45 minutes explaining the concept of dictionaries in Korean. Also, two mothers came by (this is the 3rd week of class) wondering why precious Kim Soo has not mastered English yet.

12:31 PM  
Blogger Aaron the Truck Driver said...

I think your a bit weird.

But i like your writing style.

And ru486.... Are you in New York?

Im guessing Korea. I should read on.

3:08 PM  
Blogger asiatown77 said...

Read on Aaron. Coming as your name does from a Tribe of readers, read on. I used to live in first-world poverty in New York but now live as a prince in my third-world kingdom of Ansan, South Korea. Somedays I never want to leave and some days I want to get away from it all. And some days it's payday.

P.S.: Me? Weird?

3:48 PM  

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