Short stroy: The Rebirth of an UnRemarkable Student
“The Rebirth of an UnRemarkable Student” is about a superlative whining student who detests his teacher, principal, and the President of the United States. He believes that they are conspiring against him; therefore, he decides to live in the moon. Little did he know that he would be unable to "moon" since he was incapable of reading the "mooning" signs. Therefore, he returns eagerly to his home, planet Earth, where he longs to learn, think, listen, read, and write. Now he is fond of his teacher, principal, and the president of the United States, and he values learning a great deal.

Students will laugh as they learn the importance of having big eyes and big ears and a micro tiny mouth as you instill in them the importance of formal education.

Here is a tiny morsel:

Once upon a time there was an unremarkable student who, every single day as soon as he entered the class, would begin to whine his superlative whining whine as follows:

“Oh! Day in, day out
Beginning on Mondays and ending on Fridays
From the first day of school
To the last day of school
Always the same routine
Oh! Is she not mean

This is not reasonable
This is unbelievable

(Because you, ugly teacher, do not have it your way
If you had it your way
It would be from the beginning of Mondays
Through the ending of Sundays
From the first day of January
To the last day of December
Twenty four hours per day
Three hundred sixty five days a year)

Oh no! How insane
School will never be the same
With this teacher’s brain

If she were in charge
I would be listening
I would be thinking
I would be reading
I would be writing
I would be learning
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Created: Dec 12, 2016

Updated: Feb 22, 2018


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