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How I almost died reading HISTORY OF ART II

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knikkki



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How I almost died reading HISTORY OF ART II  Reply with quote  

I took a sip of water (which was stupid I admit) and then read the line, man dying and little kid making his move. The water went down the wrong pipe. There is now water every where (what I was able to spit out), I have tears streaming down my face and I just managed to get my first full breath since the incident. I'm scarred for life.

And I do realize the post isn't done, but jeez, it was funny
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Yeah, I guess I should have mentioned that the first thing I did was stand up and throw my hands up over my head. Like a two year old. The tears are dry now.
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TOO F'ING FUNNY

I think "Molesting the sheep" is proof that Biff is a real person,
I can just here baby joshua screaming to him "Thats an Abomination!!!"

And I know that in "Red Coat Cleaned", that is also my expression after I'm done with a little feeding
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Dude, they're totally shrooming.
An ugly kid like would never score with such a babe without chemical alterations.
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This time it was the "Hold still bitch" that got me. Very Happy

Can't wait for tomorrow's lesson!
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If learning had been this fun in school, maybe even GWB could read a sentence (and be able to say it).
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Fonny schtuff dere, A.G....I'll never see the art museum in the same way again!
(I'll be SHROOMING!) Shocked Rolling Eyes Laughing
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ROTFL!

Your insights have given me a whole new perspective on art.

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What would the AG come up with if he does a course on Emilio Amero, Picasso or Georges Braque?
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I swear you are the greatest Art History teacher in the world Mr Moore.
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Lenore



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Wow AG did you study Art History in college? Such insight, so much understanding.

You are too too funny.

So, you are really spending time in museums? In San Francisco?


Are you okay?

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Lib wrote:
What would the AG come up with if he does an course on Emilio Amero, Picasso or Georges Braque?



I'm going to the SF MOMA today, Lib, so brace yourself.

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chris wrote:
I'm going to the SF MOMA today, Lib, so brace yourself.


Oh, this is going to be gooooood. Smile
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