Teacher Games

Teaching ESL (English as a Second Language) has made really good at board games, specifically Catch Phrase or Pyramid, Charades, Mad Gab, and Pictionary. I added links to videos of some of these games being played for those heathens that have never had a board game night.

Beware of the Platypi

July 11, 2017 I learned many new things today. Did you know that platypi have venom? Also, the plural form of platypus is platypi. That’s just weird. This means that the parents of Phineas and Ferb are completely irresponsible for letting their kid have a venomious pet. Damn Disney parents.

Tales of Covfefe

There is a small cafe named Covfefe Cafe, and it was popular to people. In the morning, everyone goes to Covfefe Cafe and always fights with each other. It is not just a usual cafe; it was the fighting cafe so they can fight anyone. 

A.K.A.

I was recently informed that my name in Korean is Amee Dupoois. Literally translated it means, “Amee Do Poos!” Just as a toddler says, after the first successful potty experience. I will be famous across Korea as Amee, the girl who poos. I could fight crime, My symbol, the poop emoji, 💩 of course, and my…