We both mention fire in our posts today! At least you actually got to leave the building. I just sat at my desk and complained.
One of the many, many delights of teaching high school was shepharding a bunch of rowdy adolescents out of the building and into a parking lot during a fire drill--ah, how my heart lightens at the thought that I don't have to do that any more!
Do you need to borrow a cup of pathos? I've got plenty.
Safe to say we're on fire Chelene? At least someone put me out. You got to just prepare to leave.Ah the chaos of a high school fire drill and watching the shepherds try to tend their flocks while we smoked.Depends Saviour, where's that cup been? I'll give it a little bathos and see what happens.
Um, I'm not an arsonist Dale, so I can't say that I've given the question much thought. But now that you mention it, torching the school would give the firemen something to do. After all, they're there anyway.
I'm not an arsonist either XD and I don't play one on TV but that was my thought. We made them get all dressed up for nothing, might as well put them to work.
heh heh... i know the feeling. especially when you walk past other people's offices and they're ignoring the drill!
We get a few of those in my area at work too Angel. Good think I carry a pitchfork as I trudge by.
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