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Re: Barbie

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ARTNSOUL12_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Sat Apr 20 2002 - 22:21:46 PDT


In a message dated 04/20/2002 8:37:04 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
wmanning@nbnet.nb.ca writes:

> So if Art Teacher Barbie has the string in her back, what does she say when
> you pull it?
> Nobody gets out of here till the room is clean!
> Oh, that's interesting! Tell me about it.
> No, it's not finished yet.
> I'm just asking you to try your best.
> That's ok, go get the mop.
>

              You're the artist so you decide.( how you want your art to
look.)
               Show me your art...You did that?!? Wow! That's a Whoa Baby!
               You can't make a mistake when you use your imagination.
               My scissors are STARVING...take big bites.
               Do you have a cold? Please stand on the other side of the
demonstration table; I love you, I don't love your germs.
                Tracing, not drawing?!? Ahhhh....There I go scratching and
twitching, I'm highly allergic to tracing.
                (In a high-pitched voice)Use an itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny,
tiny- whiny drop of glue....... thank you!
                 Mrs. M, in Barbie's case, Ms.Barbie, couldn't come to school
today, I'm her look-alike cousin, Ms. Darbie, honest, I am.

Come to think of it, with all my "routines" and comedy acts, forgt the string
in the back. Art Teacher Barbie would have to come with a cd or tape- each
sold separately, of course.
Susan on Long Island
                 

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