So we have to take a week of testing next week, but French and Spanish have to do oral and listening tests the week before. Yesterday the Spanish class took theirs.
So our teacher was asking us why we did the testing.
One student said "To make us suffer."
The teacher then said: "Yes, I want to make you all suffer. I feed off of the torture of children," in a serious and monotone voice.
One class earlier, in English, we were tasked to make sentences with appositives, but we had to follow a given prompt. The prompt, however, was very vague.
Slight break to give you a bit of context- every day, we have a phrase of the day. Yesterday our teacher forgot to have one.
One student, I'll name him Glasses, read out his sentence about Billy, the Fake Soundcloud Rapper.
For some apparent reason, Fake Soundcloud Rapper was then our phrase of the day.
I'm still confused on it.
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