or being a student teacher and saying "shades and tints" so many times that one time it almost came out "shints" but I STOPPED myself, but then it came out "shi-" which of course sounded worse than if I would've finished the word. The kids would'nt let it go for about 10 minutes...it made me feel better when a high school boy made the same mistake later that hour :)kristy
From: Rick [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tue 10/28/2003 6:16 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re: memories of BIG failures
Don't use milk bone dog biscuits to make dinosaur fossils in plaster. Moldy!!
Don't try to say " Sharpie tips" really fast when the principal is observing.
The "P" tends to go into a "T".
Randy Menninghaus wrote:
> Yup where would we be with out those life experiences?