Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Could you say that again?

I found out yesterday that my homeroom class that I'm performing with has decided that I should be swearing in English while I am kicking the poor kid around the stage. And the teacher started giving me some words I could use. Where am I?

Rehearsals today...

6 comments:

Regan said...

What in the world?? What type of play is it that you're doing?

Anonymous said...

If you need advice, I'm your man.

Rachel said...

A `classic` Japanese story about a young man who saves a turtle and then lives in the water... Kind of a fairy tale. I actually taught this same story over the summer to my middle school kids. I get to rehearse 5th hour. I am beyond curious.

Since I don`t ever pull out the big guns while swearing, I don`t think it`s going to be very convincing. I think we`ll have to make some sort of agreement.

I`ll let you know if I need some flavorful `anti-turtle` language. :)

Carly said...

You should call him a the son of a testudine. Sounds really foul. But really, I think it just means son of a turtle. ;) (Turtles, according to wikipedia, are of the family Testudines)

Carly said...

I lied. Order, not family. I got KPCOFGS all confused. Not that anyone would have noticed.

Rachel said...

That's a great suggestion, Carly! :) I like it! I'll discuss it with my class... And I was totally onto the fact that it was the order and not the family before I read your second post. Riiiiight. :p