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Re: [teacherartexchange] Glitter Lung


Date: Sat Aug 07 2010 - 15:05:19 PDT

Hah! That's really funny...sorta.

I've always had a love/hate relationship with the stuff, myself. Not much of an issue since I teach English now, but I do sneak in some art. However, I will only allow glitter glue in the classroom. Our bookstore, on the other hand, has bags and bags of these fantastic sequins in different shapes; those are almost as hard to pick up as glitter, but they're tons of fun to use.

Maggie, still an art teacher at heart

---- Cheryl Lloyd wrote:
> Just a funny story I had to share...
> As I opened the door to the UPS man bringing this year's art supplies to me, I noticed he had a frown on his face and a sparkle on his cheek. Apparently, the 1 lb of black glitter I ordered had busted open (which actually looked like it had exploded) and completely covered the box, and proceeded to spill out the corners leaving a glittery trail behind him. I am certain he will be finding it all over himself and the truck for months to come. <snip>

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