Mimiheart wrote:10 washable markers
those little hole protector thingies
a pocket-pack of Kleenex (I told the students they weren't allowed to have a cold, since this was all we get.)
a can opener
yeskatzenkoenig wrote:you... get tissues from your school?
Oooh, I like your idea. I don't know WHY anyone would need a can opened in a Hebrew school. But hey... it's worth a shot.catastrophile wrote:Perhaps they have some sort of elaborate barter system in mind. You can either trade your can opener for something else, or charge a fee for opening other teachers' random cans.
Dude, I think I just invented the new Sims expansion pack.
That's for the problem kids.Mimiheart wrote:...a can opener
Saltine wrote:This is all logically consistent, but the artist does not go on to explain that you love Hitler. See, this is why logicians don't write popular music.
Mimiheart wrote:those little hole protector thingies
No, asshat.giantsfan97 wrote:Mimiheart wrote:those little hole protector thingies
to protect their little holes from pedophiles?
*goes to jail*
Mimiheart wrote:I don't know what they're called, they're circular stickers that you're supposed to put on the holes in paper for three-ring binders. However I don't think I've ever seen them used for anything other than decoration.
Saltine wrote:Or "reinforcements", which was the first definition I had for that word. Hence I have weird mental images associated with such clichÃ©d TV police-speak as "Send in the reinforcements!"
My kids don't use three-ring binders--or even have them. For that matter, we don't even use three-ring notebook paper.DarthCat wrote:Well they help if you ripped the paper and you want to stick that paper into a three-ring. That's their function, right there. I've used them a few times.
Dusk Bringer wrote:I think this would make a great news story.
Veepa wrote:giantsfan97 wrote:Nik = least threatening person on this board
Dude, she's like 8 feet tall.
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