8th grade prank
scholar - 30-3-2011 at 22:45
This reportedly was a prank, a false document produced by a child in the 8th grade (that's about 14 years old).
At a later time, his mother worked for the school system and came across the document.
[bad img]http://i.imgur.com/sjx4D.jpg[/bad img]
I increased the size of my browser image to 200% to read it.
What do you think?
marymary100 - 30-3-2011 at 22:48
I think you need better glasses.
giron - 30-3-2011 at 22:51
I think it was a jolly good idea to increase your browser image to 200% in order to read it.
giron - 30-3-2011 at 22:59
That's a good point, I've just put my reading glasses on and found it was readable without going to the trouble of increasing my browser image to
200%, many thanks for that useful advice, you're a credit to the teaching profession.
PS - I hope your leg gets better soon.
marymary100 - 30-3-2011 at 23:08
scholar - 30-3-2011 at 23:14
I have the strongest over-the-counter glasses available. If they were
any thicker, I'd look like the mole man on the Simpsons.
[Is Giron up to the challenge?]
giron - 31-3-2011 at 18:33
What challenge is that, then ?
BTW - I bought my reading glasses from a pound shop, they only cost a quid, that's a real bergain.
PS - You can buy them even cheaper at the 99P shop.
John Barnes - 31-3-2011 at 18:47
well I use the cut offs of two milk bottle bottoms taped up to a wire frame I made with a coat hanger/ and stuck together with some sticky tape I
found in a cupboard. But I would not post anything if it had the quality of legibility that Scholar offered with that blurry thread. jmb
giron - 31-3-2011 at 19:12
Have you tried eating carrots ?
[bad img]http://img153.imageshack.us/img153/5648/31121140foeacgpq.jpg[/bad img]
scholar - 1-4-2011 at 10:30
I thought you might put on your MOTSEAP hat and post a picture of the mole man from the Simpsons.
scholar - 1-4-2011 at 13:09
What do you think of the prank?