We’ve all been asked at one point or another in our lives to write a couple of paragraphs about ourselves, always, I have absolutely nothing to say. Not only did my class receive this assignment in the first 15 minutes of class, to wrap it up, my teacher thoroughly ruined my romance of receiving my first letter – not just bills – by filling it up to the brim with no procrastinators and strong self discipline. She was practically pointing right at the Duck.
As for my 2 page autobiography, I am very much tempted to perform an exotic dance and sprinkle sacred cat fur in everyone’s faces. That practically gives my life away in a whole.
I need this face while dancing of course.
It’s ironic that my teacher starts with this sort of thing for everyone, while I read elsewhere that people who were commanded to deliver a false eulogy for themselves in a psychology experiment actually find it painful. More so than being naked in the school cafeteria. At least that’s wordless right.
Maybe perhaps we should give her the benefit of the doubt – the 2 percentage of people who feel comfortable talking about themselves. I guess that’s a good way to introduce yourself to the class. Everyone just loves a chatter. Especially since she encourages us to be creative, what’s more attractive than explaining yourself away in a children’s story, or a news article ! My god, think of the rave.
As I do recollect her telling the Duck that her writing should be simple, I am also inclined to compile my two pages with brief sentences. That’s a distinctive style too right? “Showing you who I am” as you worded in your letter.
“Sarah is a cool kid. She believes in faeries and rainbow unicorns – people make fun of her, but sometimes the world just have no imagination.”
Honestly, that’s more than enough words for me. I think you can follow that up well.
The Duck also speculates she was playing rather fast and loose with the words “show off”, as a way to describe this brilliant “opportunity” provided for us. A bucket of chocolate and a few minutes of your time will reveal a truly astonishing sight for you indeed. I’ve shown off to all my classmates, and effectively scratched any opportunity there was to make a mundane enterprise. Plus, possibly the ability to stay away from the toilet for too long afterwards.
A greater idea that the Duck has for strong character is someone like Tinkerbell.
How much credit is due for that sass of which is absolutely mute, yet transfers through the screen to even a child’s mind perfectly clear what her message it.
In theory, I could just get away with an exotic voodo dance and some naughty head shaking to conclude a solid effort in explaining the phenomena that is the Duck.
Well said Duck.