Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Yeah. They Did.

Like many schools, my kids' school publishes a yearbook.

And, like many schools, my kids' school has the word 'school' in its name.


Unfortunately, the publisher never went to school.

13 comments:

  1. shut up!!! HAHAHAHAHAA!!!

    yo

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  2. Lol ... that's so funny ... and maybe a bit sad too :P
    In the first year of my studies I had ortography as a subject and my paper on that topic was about spelling and punctuation mistakes in public texts like signs, catalogues, ... I couldn't believe all the terrible mistakes I found ... :))

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  3. This is sadly hilarious. My son's first grade teacher had me in for a "conference". Seems he'd been caught being a "kid" in her classroom. As I sat listening to her tell me how my son couldn't sit still in class I looked at her colorful bulletin board with pictures plus the words to match the pictures--an obvious spelling lesson. Next to an ear of corn was the word korn in her handwriting.

    Enjoy your blog!

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  4. Looks like I did the typing for that yearbook!

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  5. That's actually really funny and a great sovernir of their years at the school. Could be worse - I purchased a yearbook from Nick's school only to find that he was not in any of the pages! I guess they took pictures in the fall when he wasn't there. If they have any extra copies, please send one my way since I am sure Nick is in that "shool" yearbook.

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  6. Hehehe! I once had a teacher who insisted on spelling "independence" as "independAnce". It took me years to unswitcheroo that one...in fact, when I was writing up this comment, I had to make sure I had them the right way around :-) Yep, I are edjumacated for sure!

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  7. Oh my goodness, that's a great one!

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  8. At least it points out the importance of listening and following the lessons well at "shool".

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  9. LOL!!! I bet this really pissed off the yearbook teacher. Trust me - the school got several calls over the typo. Parents do not let these things go.

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