In English, we're learning about Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, so today my teacher showed us this
458 I'm on summer break, and this cracked me up.
456 I don't even want to know the context.
454 When exactly do you get out? I got out on the 7th and I go back Labor Day.
452 Oh, it's elastic.
You might say, "British! You get out so damn early all of the time! Why? " Well, you know about your snow days? ("Yeah?") We don't have them. In Minnesota, there is no snow day unless A. Structural failure of the power grid because of the snow(i.e. it breaks the wires because it's too heavy) or B. Structural failure of the buildings themselves due to snow. That's it.
450 We've had 3 of them in the last 20 years. (I know that it was sarcastic.)
Wow, that's a lot. I can't remember any snow days from elementary school (except for when we had the October storm). In Middle School, there was exactly one: last October, when everyone panicked about Hurricane Sandy and it turned out to be a bright and sunny day.
444 I can't pinpoint what the euphemism is.
Also, did you see Jon Oliver last night hosting the Daily Show?
440 Yes, we usually do.
It's spelled "mini", god damn it.
438 Ah, I'm pinpointing your location, piece by piece.
Upon observation of a couple of my posts, it's possible to seclude my location to a circle with a diameter of 2 miles.