When I began writing on the Internet I was more clueless than most. I had only read one blog ever. I had no idea how to find readers. I don't think I had more than 2 readers my first six months of writing. I still don't really know how this blogging thing works. If anyone knows where I can sign up for Blogging 101, I'd appreciate it.
Somehow in my very first month of writing Twenty Four At Heart, Jan found me. We became instant friends. If you've never read her blog, you're missing out. Jan has a sense of humor you will love and also writes up her favorite recipes on a regular basis. (Yum!) I love her blog, Jan's Sushi Bar , and I read it every day. This is the woman I whine to when I need to bitch and don't want to be judged. I'm honored to have her here today filling in for me while I'm away.
Now, listen up everyone! Please, may I have your attention?
Since our Fearless Leader, Twenty Four, is lounging on the warm, white sand beaches of St. Lucia, I will be your substitute for today – my name is Mrs. Jan from the Sushi Bar. Now, I’d like to see how well all of you have been paying attention, so today we are going to have a Twenty Four At Heart Pop Quiz. I’ll be handing out the testing forms – just take one and pass the rest behind you, thank you – so get out your Number Two pencils and we’ll begin.
Please keep in mind that today’s score counts as 75% of your grade; those of you who are new to
this blog class, you’ve had ample opportunity to do your research. If you haven’t taken advantage of it, you have no idea what you’re missing out on shame on you. It is multiple choice, so I urge you to not leave any questions blank – guess if you have to.
Circle the correct answer for each:
a. the earth's natural satellite, revolving completely around the earth from east to west in about twenty-eight da
ys and accompanying the earth in its orbit around the sun
b. any planet's natural satellite
a. a sudden, brilliant light that vanishes almost instantly
b. a photographic device for producing brief illumination of a subject; flash bulb; flash gun
a. a connected series of railroad cars
b. the long part of a gown or robe that trails behind the person wearing it
a. to move back and forth very rapidly and steadily; oscillate
b. to quiver, resonate or resound
a. a large tan wild cat of North and South America; mountain lion; puma
b. a classic car from the 70s
a. one who engages in frequent sexual intercourse for money; prostitute
b. one who hires out his or her labor, skill, name, or the like for a debased or unworthy use
When you’re done, class, simply turn your test papers in to me, return to your seats and place your heads on your desks. Or take this opportunity to learn to count – it’s all the same to me.