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Poor rixs manual 8-27-05 - humor


Hey, Poor Rix: What do you think about drill food? - Previous Student

Poor Rix ate lunch at a instruct last week, and actually liked it. Who knew they could make a dessert out of corn chips?

Fact is, Poor Rix enjoyed the lot about school, but for the "study" part. Lunch episode was best the part of all.

One day I saw a dish labeled "Tuna Surprise. " "Why do you call it that?" I asked.

"Because," said the cook, "we happening out with a catfish. So if it tastes like a tuna, we'll be surprised. "

Yeah, lunch was a scream back then. One time my alone Carl found two well-seasoned pests in his green beans, and asked who'd be disposed to eat them.

"I will," said Dave, who was once designated class leader by hopeful "no groundwork anymore. " But he didn't clear this with the teachers, so we as soon as impeached him.

Anyway, Dave downed both roaches, and bragged they tasted change for the better than the beans. But he didn't come to class the next day.

Another time we took a field trip to a bordering school. At lunch, Carl chose the "mystery meat. "

"Outstanding," he raved. "What is it?"

"Here's a clue," said our host. "Why do you think our team's called the Buzzards?"

Poor Rix offers bad guidance to good questions. E-mail him at rixquinn@charter. net

Rix's book "Words That Stick" is accessible at http://www. amazon. com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1580085768/qid/


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