Ugh! I use to hate questions like that.
Ha! I'm an English teacher. That rings so true-
lol! gotta love an honest opinion
A typical man! xo Diana
Oh how i love that, let me count the many ways ;)
Gotta give the kid points for being clever. Check out my Witty Wednesday posts too for a laugh.
Love this! Makes me think back to my english classes :)
Good point ;-)
Honesty is the best policy (sometimes)!
I say that counts!
Hmm, some questions are really thought provoking and some are pointless. Wondering which one this is? Can.t tell you how much it means to me to have you comment on my blog!
that got me thinking ....
Very funny! I answered a question in high school similar to this and got reamed for it. My paper was even used as an example how not to answer questions in her other classes. I love a person with a sense of humor!
LOL love this!
Too bad he didn't live long enough to realize that serving others makes a person happier.I have been reading your previous posts and we have much in common. I am a mom to five and stayed home to raise them until the youngest was 10. My last three children were 14 and 13 months apart. Thankfully they are educated, married and making our world a better place. We are blessed. It is nice to meet you.Hugs, Jeanne
that's awesome, I love it!
Great response, and absolutely correct. I used to hate English lit because of questions just like this. I always wondered if the reading comprehension failure was mine, or the teachers.
hahahaha! I love it!!!
I'm with Diana... typical man!
Interesting thought...never thought of that before!
LOL, that is hilarious.
As an English teacher I get answers like this a LOT. I love it. Doesn't mean they get full credit, but it's funny all the same.
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Looks like how my son would answer it - if it was assigned to him.His latest assignment is find 5 songs that relate to the book "To Kill a Mockingbird." Who comes up with this stuff?have a great day.
LOL. Love it!
Lol, good answer! Thanks for linking up at Hardly a Housewife!
Now they tell us...Have a great Wednesday!http://harrietandfriends.com/2012/02/imagine-a-robot-asking-us-to-prove-that-we-are-not-a-robot/
Wow, what insight! LOL. Thanks for the follow... following you right back! ;)
I never knew what the Juliette woman even saw in him anyways.
I can't say I was ever a fan of Romeo ... until Leo DiCaprio played him. *drools*-:¦:- Featured Photo: A Red, Red Rose -:¦:-
That's funny . . . good punt by a totally clueless student, I guess it is better than leaving it blank! Hopefully the teacher smiled a little (before giving him an F)!
I hope that student got an A+.....because it is so, so true. Not one of my Shakespeare faves at all. even if Leo played him
Out of the mouth of babes.... he's very intuitive!
Made me smile :)
lol, very funny! Following you back from the Welcome Wednesday blog hop. :)
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I LOVE this it actually did make me laugh out loud :)
That's a great response! Thanks for stopping by to comment. Have a wonderful evening.
Hahaaha... good answer ;o) thanks for the get well wishes too.
Love it. sandie
Love it! Thanks for stopping by from the Grow Your Blog Hop! Hope to see you back soon!
hahaha so funny!
heheh Very cute!
Lol! Did you or he or she get this marked as correct? You/(s)he definitely should have!
Hilarious. Romeo the Selfish.
HAHAHAHAHA!!!!Rather like the current occupant of the White House!
I like this. When the class was asked: "What is Shakespeare's greatest contribution to this play?" A child replied: "He wrote it."God bless.