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3 Minutes and Another Brick

Musical Monday: Another Brick in the Wall
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Six periods. It is what my timetable says I am supposed to be dealing with today. But I did only two. Thanks to the power cut we have the rest of the day free and it's only lunchtime. Yohoh! At a quarter to 12 everyone was taking off. The parking lot was excitedly busy. Both students and faculty were in high spirits. As I made my way out of the huge gate I also found myself grinning at some students. They cast me questioning looks so I let them in, "Well, people, during times like these, teachers are probably actually happier than you lot." Pink Floyd's Another Brick in the Wall may not absolutely reflect the culture of my workplace, but it's what rocked in my head today.

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Monday Mayhem: The 3-minute Meme.
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In this meme you have 3 minutes to complete the prompts. No cheating! Answer with the first thing that comes to mind.


1. What color socks do you have on? (no peaking)
I'm not wearing socks

2. What color underwear do you have on?

3. What did you eat for breakfast this morning?
Monday Mayhem

4. Who is the most annoying person on TV?

5. When was the last time you kissed someone?
A few hours ago

6. What 'starlet' has had too much plastic surgery?
No idea

7. What ingredients would you use to make a home made pizza?
flour, I'm running out of 3 minutes to type the rest

8. Who won the World Series last year?
I don't know

9. What is your weather like?

10. Visit Thom's Blog and steal an image to post here.

My fave:

11. Visit GlitterBabe's Art Shop or her blog and 'borrow' a drawing or an image to show off here.

12. Visit Bud's Blog and steal a meme question to ask right here.
What foods disgust the crap out of you?

How long did it take you to complete this meme?

Despite the convenience of I-don't-know, it took me more like 13 minutes or 30. I tarried at Glitterbabe's blog enjoying her artwork.

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Anonymous said…
13 minutes or 30? ROFLMAO!! That is just too funny. Thanks for the shout out my friend. Soooo appreciate that. I love your breakfast and Pink Floyd...AWESOME!!!! Have a great week ahead my dear sweet one :) xoxoxo and hugs to CJ :)
Tara said…
That was fun reading about your Monday Mayhem and your Pink Floyd rocks! One of the favorites too.
Diane said…
i love that pic of thom in the bus! lol and great mm pick too!!
Amanda Moore said…
I love Pink Floyd they rule! (get it ? rule....ruler... we don't need no edu? oh well I thought it was funny!)Have an amazing MM!
I am Harriet said…
Great breakfast!
And I love that bus picture of Thom too :)

Thanks for playing!
Unknown said…
Great one monday mayhem for breakfast heheh you made me smile with your answer.
Run DMT said…
Love Pink Floyd! The Wall is still my fav by far.

Hope tomorrow is another great day with or without students. ;-)
Hazel said…
Cj hearts the hugs, Thom. With my tendency to wander, I knew I'd never make it in 3. But I enjoyed my breakfast lol!

Bodhi, he does :)

Diane, Harriet and shydub, oh yeah, that was some breakfast, lol! And Thom in bus rocks too :D

moorebloglife, I'm glad you love them

Run, the Wall is also my fave. I actually used to sing it in when I was a student and didn't like to get into class, lol... Now I just made sure I'd be singing it again on a happy perspective. Tomorrow is definitely better. Students are having meetings the whole day and teachers aren't doing hard-core teaching or brainwashing (just kidding about the latter) rofl...
Kelly L said…
I remember so well the day I first heard this song on the radio back in the early 80's - I want to say 82.. maybe 81? It was original and I loved it - so very different than Michael Jackson who was taking over the airwaves at the time.

Still love this song.... it makes me feel young again...

Unknown said…
I love that song, the video used to creep me out as a kid, though. I never really got into Pink Floyd, but that song is an absolute classic.
Beth said…
Hi hazel, ako din siguro bka abutin ng more than 30 mins to answer those questions! :) I enjoyed reading this!

nkkatuwa din nacut short un sked mo, it's a breather I know!

dropped by here before I go to bed, about 4 mins to go. :) pls drop by sa post ko ha? it's about my boy's birthday and an online contest! comment ka ha? thanks so much!:) take care!

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