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". . . and then I says to the guy, 'how 'bout I pop you in the nose?' and then he goes. . ."
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"This is an excellent story, Doris, so far."
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'They're words, Billy, assembly required.'
'Studies show that most boys my age don't like to read. Who am I to tamper with statistics?'
'Just remember, Facebook is not a book.'
'I can't play. I have to finish eReading this eBook for my eBook Report.'
"I'm trying to find another word for thesaurus."
'What does the word ‘Face' mean in this sentence: 'He was only trying to save face.' A) The front of the head. B)To look at something. C) The surface of a solid. D) Dignity.
"Okay, here's another example...my mother irons my father's permanent press shirts. That's irony!"
"Verbs are the action words, and nouns are the lazy ones."
'Am I going too fast for you?'
'I regret teaching my Mom how to do punctuation with text-messaging.'
'No, Kevin -- there isn't any margin of error on spelling tests.'
"The next time you're late for class 'ask not for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for thee'."
'I find the easiest way to expand my vocabulary is to make up words.'
Child reading 'Schools failing to teach basics' upside down.
"Yes, Robert. I'm sure you can make a hundred and forty characters out of only twenty six letters."
"What's a novel?"
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"Ms. Clemmons gives you a smiley face if you make a hundred on your spelling test."
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"I'm writing an inverted sentence like you told me. That's what I'm doing."
"Of course, that's only a first draft."
"He's in first grade. He'll get to Zs."
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"I'm pretty sure it's not against your religion to conjugate a verb."
'Turner don't use that expression 'Pie int he sky' its sounds ridiculous and don't point!'