Please write a book report on Oliver Twist. Use cursive!
(just imagine the fancy writing) Yes, ma’am! Here!
That’s not cursive. Those are bubble letters.
Well, they’re both…like…swirly!
No, they’re not.
OH, FOR CRYIN’ OUT LOUD!
HEY, COOL! MY TEACHER USES ALL CAPS!!!! do you use Twitter too?
Of, like, course not. (Yes!)
The book report:
Please forbear from reading this story. It’s really sad. Truly. It will not make you giddy with excitement. It will make you fraught with distress. Really, you’ll be out crying under the gazebo. I insist! Forsake it! For goodness sake, forsake it! It’s about the adventures of a gamin who is fortuitous. But one day he comes upon baddies. The baddies are girded and ready to strike. So they do! (sniff) To generalize, this book is too sad to set eyes upon. Do not read it!
You didn’t read it, did you? Oh, and it’s not in cursive.
Do another one.
Book Report #2
Oliver Twist was a classic. Its simple perfection made it perfect. I loved it and it was awesome-cool. I hated it. It was full of poor people. Eyuck. Poor people.
Two words: Amazon.com reveiws.
YOU SPELLED A WORD
:O AAAAAAHHHHH! ¡IMPOCIBLE!
Hehehe…I’m not perfekt.
My teacher can’t spell! Hahaha!