Not funny, people, not funny.

I thought I went through it unscathed. None of my students pulled an April Fool’s Joke on me and I, in return, didn’t do anything to them. It was a merry unspoken reciprocity that we’ve come to love. And so, in my apparently flawed and puny little mind, I thought it was over.

Then I come home and read this and this… I believed the first — and was upset — and then I read the second, which I believed until the end. Then both made sense. Not okay, people, not okay. But the point is: April Fools, I LOATHE YOU, like Tartaglia loathed Cardano. But worse. More like how Cardano loathed Tartaglia.

Update: Dang. I was totally taken in a second time by the same website (see second link above). I’m such a loser. Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me. I was actually, and even I barely believe it, rickrolled. (Look it up on Wikipedia if you don’t know what that is).

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4 comments

  1. Sorry…I must admit that I really did do a pretty good job of role playing there! I get lots of acting experience each day in front of kids! :)

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