As if trying to remember that if I bend over in these pants I'll totally be flashing ass-crack to my students wasn't taking up enough of my brain power, I just realized that I may (or may not have) left the coffee maker on. Do coffee makers in Korea have auto shut-off? Auto shut-off seems a bit advanced for a place that still sells cassette tapes...

And speaking of my pants, why couldn't I have a natural desire to be involved in activities that make my thighs smaller instead of bigger?!? Sheesh. I look like freakin' Quadzilla stomping around here.

8 comments:

MCM Mama said...

Totally LOL. My huge thighs do the same thing to all of my pants. I thought running a marathon would slim them down, but nope, still large, just more muscular. Sigh.

Melanie said...

LOL, i brought my son with my to my ART session a few weeks ago, during which I had to wear the most unflattering shorts since I forgot mine. That'll teach me. He busts out laughing, and says, mom, your thighs are HUGE... but ya, muscular. that's it... muscular. I think he saw my facial expression change.

PlaysByEar said...

I'm gonna get your students some coins for the coin slot!

Jes said...

HAHAHAHAHA!!!!

Anonymous said...

What? Your coffee maker is not controllable over the internet? Mine cooks and does the laundry. :-)

achilles3 said...

I heart crack.

brownie said...

Crack kills!

Glaven Q. Heisenberg said...

Before I thought you were helping these kids by now I fear you rectum.

Hey, why do YOUR STUDENTS get a peek at the badonkadonk but we don't? You haven't uploaded any such pix to this blog! Man, that's discrimination, sister, and you should be ashamed.