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Mar 25, 2004 03:18 # 20765

Stoic_Slaughter *** laughs about...

Miss precious

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In art class, we were drawing fruit as we saw it in an arrangement on a table. I was finished with mine and I had begun to paint it. My art teacher said it was very nice, and that was enough for me because all I want is a decent grade in there...but little miss "I'm in Art 4 because I have nothing better to do with my time" strolled over to me promptly after my art teacher said that and said to me, "There aren't enough ruffles in the sheet." Now, a normal person would have just nodded and let her walk past, but I couldn't do just that. I was too bored, and I wanted to start something. I replied politely, "You're a senior, correct?" She sort of rolled her eyes and said, "Uh, hyeah," to which I said, "Oh good. That means you'll be paving my driveway soon." She got quite angry and said, "It's not my fault that you're a terrible artist," to which I replied "It's not my fault that you'll be paving my driveway soon. You're too cool for college anyway, right? Too artistic? That's excellent because I've always wanted an artistic driveway." Of course she ran off and whined to my art teacher because there was no way someone as young as I am should be allowed to make little miss precious feel inferior in the least. My art teacher stood, hearing her out, then nodded and walked over to my painting. She looked at it for a while, then turned to miss precious and said, "There are enough ruffles in the sheet," and walked away. Miss precious scurried off to work on her sculpture in the other corner of the room, and I sat there smiling the rest of class.

For my next trick, I shall make you all disappear.

Mar 25, 2004 08:47 # 20783

null throws in his two cents...

Re: Miss precious

I don't understand why she'll be paving your driveway, but the story sounds nice. :-)

When life hands you a lemon, that's 40% of your RDA of vitamin C taken care of.

Mar 25, 2004 12:49 # 20787

Stoic_Slaughter *** replies...

Re: Miss precious

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I don't understand why she'll be paving your driveway, but the story sounds nice. :-)

Well, I'm sure she wants to be an artist, not my driveway paver. My implication was that she isn't intelligent enough to do anything else. (That was mean, I know... but I don't like people insulting my sheets without my consent. :-P)

For my next trick, I shall make you all disappear.

Mar 25, 2004 19:31 # 20810

null replies...

Re: Miss precious

Thanks for explaining. :-)

When life hands you a lemon, that's 40% of your RDA of vitamin C taken care of.

Mar 25, 2004 13:04 # 20788

fallenangel *** replies...

Re: Miss precious

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This post was deleted by request of the author.

"you're mighty brave in cyber-space, flame boy!"

This post was edited by fallenangel on Mar 25, 2004.

Mar 25, 2004 16:35 # 20799

wizz *** smiles...

Re: Miss precious

I simply love that story.

'Repent, Harlequin!' said the Ticktockman. 'Get stuffed!' the Harlequin replied, sneering.

Mar 25, 2004 22:39 # 20817

Jaz *** replies...

Re: Miss precious

"It's not my fault that you'll be paving my driveway soon. You're too cool for college anyway, right? Too artistic? That's excellent because I've always wanted an artistic driveway."

That's simply priceless. Pardon my new signature.

'Yeah, That's what Jesus would do. Jesus would bomb Afghanistan. Yeah.' - snowlion

Mar 25, 2004 23:43 # 20818

Stoic_Slaughter *** replies...

Re: Miss precious

That's simply priceless. Pardon my new signature.

Are you kidding me? I'm touched. ::tear::

For my next trick, I shall make you all disappear.

Mar 26, 2004 01:55 # 20822

Articulate_AzN ** replies...

Re: Miss precious

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The most annoying part was whenever the art teacher was lecturing to us about an artist, of a style of painting, the older studants would always have to pipe up and throw in thier two cents on the subject, just to show they knew it and we didnt.

I completely agree with you. Unfortunately, there are too many people like that in this world. I believe they should be rooted out and punished for wasting oxygen.

"Wishing on a star that's already burned out..."

Mar 26, 2004 05:55 # 20835

Salvial_Ten *** throws in her two cents...

Re: Miss precious

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I've delt with wonderful people like Miss Precious before. And it's always funny to see the look of either "I don't get it", or "How dare you."

Life is grand.

--Jami

--Jami Yeah, that's gonna sting in the morning.

Mar 30, 2004 01:55 # 20956

DaveWojo * agrees...

Re: Miss precious

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Stoic Slaughter~

And you think I'm clever...look at yourself! I applaud your effort in ridiculing yet another whiny bitch among the multitude...

This Loneliness won't leave me alone.

Jul 23, 2004 16:23 # 24714

rocky_road * laughs about...

Re: Miss precious

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Haha....I love it i love it i love it; )


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