Friday, April 1, 2011

Book Blogger Hop (April 1-4)

     I must say, it has been much too long since I participated in the hop! They do say junior year is the hardest, but I didn't expect such a lack of sleep... Thank goodness for Spring Break and all of the lovely reading I was able to do.
Book Blogger Hop
Question of the Week:
     Since today is April Fool's Day in the USA, what is the best prank you have ever played on someone OR that someone has played on you?
Answer:
     Honestly, I usually forget about April Fool's Day and usually people don't play jokes on me. Today, however, I got pranked and I did some pranking myself (insert evil grin here).
     My English teacher decided to tell us that she had a death in the family and would therefore have to resign her post and manage Walgreen's. I almost believed her, except that she had already played the joke on my friend who told me about it.
     My Chemistry teacher had the best practical joke ever! She told us that she was going to burn a candle and we needed to make specific observations about it. So we did, and then she blew it out and took a bite of it! She took a bite of the candle! Now, I was questioning her sanity at this point. Of course, it turned out that the 'candle' was really a potato and what we thought was the wick was actually a piece of almond. We got her first though. When she walked out of the room, we all hid, as much as one can hide in a chemistry classroom. :)
     There are two AP English 11 classes at my school. I have it first block and some of my friends have it fourth block. We are currently reading The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne ( review forthcoming) and were supposed to get through chapter 23 last night. So, first block decided that we would tell fourth block that we had a brutal test over it that our English teacher claims to have told us all about so we could freak them all out. Let it suffice to say that some people thought they were about to fail a major test. Ah, yes, goal accomplished.
     Re-reading all of this, I realize that you probably had to be there to understand how funny all of this really was. So, you'll just have to trust me on this. Hilarious! I'm telling you, today was a riot. ;)

5 comments:

Khadija said...

Happy Hopping! :)

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Carla said...

Hi! Stopping by from the hop.
I'm a new follower.

I seriously can't remember a good prank! :S

Have a nice weekend.

Carla
http://librarymosaic.blogspot.com/

Somer said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! I'm returning the hop, and I'm a new follower! I'm jealous of your fun April Fool's Day!

Somer @ A Bird's Eye Review

Holly said...

Woah! A great day by the sounds of it :) Your school sounds awesome :)

Great Hop!

My Blog: In-interest.blogspot.com

Elizabeth said...

Aren't teachers great? :)

Stopping by from the blog hop.

Cute blog...first-time visitor.

Stop by my blog if you like to see my answer.

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