THEY ERRED: QUOTES FROM STUDENT PAPERS

“The grandmother that everyone thought dead was a lie and kicking.” 

“My handsomest uncle has always been an encourageable romantic.”

“In my notebook, I have a complete copulation of the material.”

“My sister would bend over backwards for anyone in trouble to help.”

“My boyfriend’s father, who doesn’t like me, has a one-tract mind.”

“She has this cousin who was arrested for jade walking!”

“My grandmother always had a synthetic ear for my problems.”

“Her aunt had a sick sense.”

“My husband was all eagle and no super eagle.”

“I have just come out of a moody bag.  My father hates all rap music and will not allow any in the house because it is nerve-racqueting.  My mother is easier on me because the essence of woman is tender-hearthed.”

“The repetition of initial sounds is illiteration.”

“Oligarchy is when the vast majority is ruled by the vast minority. ”

“I came to this conclusion after much research, being as I am, a vociferous reader.”

“In society, feuding fractions may cause division.”

A dedicated social worker volunteered,  “I truly long to study spychology because  “ it is good for a man to help spychotics!”

And, finally, one empathic soul expressed deep concern about a dear friend, relating that, “She is always putting herself down because she has low self steam.  That’s why she hangs out with the rift-raft.”                   

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One Response to THEY ERRED: QUOTES FROM STUDENT PAPERS

  1. Martha Gershun says:

    I have always thought of myself as a vociferous reader, too! What fun!
    Martha

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