What she’s wore: LSU sweatpants, white t-shirt, white socks, no shoes
Well, I’m still stuck in the house–I watched some guy 4-wheel down the street and he was fish-tailing the whole way. I have no desire to do that in my car. Today I’m just going to share a little funny from work:
On Friday the kids were coming back from lunch break and there were only a few in the room. One of the boys called one of the girls a "wanch." Then another kid yelled, "Ooooh, Mrs. M, did you hear that? That’s a cuss word." I looked at him and said, "Wanch? How is that a cuss word?–that’s not even a word. What’s a wanch?" One of my smarties says, "it’s like a slut." I look at him totally confused and say, "do you mean a wench? what is wrong with you guys?" This was the smartie’s response:
"Ya’ see Miss M., we’re black and you’re white. You say stink, we say stank, you say blink, we say blank, and you say wench, we say wanch." He said all this with the hand motions and head bobbing that go with this kind of speech.
I just put my head down on my desk to hide my smile.