January 8, 2015
Recipe for a Teacher
Select a young and pleasing personality, trim off all mannerisms of voice,dress, or deportment.
Pour over it a mixture of equal parts of wisdom of Solomon, the courage of Young Daniel, the strength of Samson and the patience of Job.
Season with the salt of experience, the pepper of animation, the oil of sympathy, and a dash of humour.
Stew for about four years in a hot classroom, testing occasionally with the fork of criticism thrust in by a principal or superintendent.
When done to a turn, garnish with a mediocre salary and serve hot to the community.
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Natural diuretic for dogs
Yeh, the garnish isn't so nice. Sigh.
October 4, 2015 at 3:10 AM
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