Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Literally

Once again I am compelled to share a Dictionary of Jack creation from one of my favorite Tubers. Why??
1. I am lazy and not in the mood for a real blog post.
2. I am currently an English as a second language teacher obsessed with grammar and the proper use of words.
3. I had a request this morning to connect you, my readers, with even more brilliant, insightful, and comedic material.
Enjoy!

4 comments:

Toky said...

I don't know if you speak Korean, but if you do, would you please tell me how to say:

"Will you teach me some Korean please?"

I have a friend that I want to ask, and he's Korean. So, I thought that it would be cool if I asked him in Korean.

It's totally fine if you don't speak Korean, I was just wondering. But if you do, could you leave it in this comment? Thanks a bunch!!

--Toky Chan ^__^

P.S. Nice blog, by the way!

Toky said...

If that last comment I put sounds demanding or harsh, I really didn't mean it that way! Really!

Your blog just looked...Korean :P So I just thought I'd ask if you spoke it and if you'd tell me how to say something.

I know I type WAY to much.

Thanks a bundle!
--Toky Chan ^___^

WF said...

Sorry. My Korean is limited to ordering food in restaurants, telling people I don't know, or saying "I don't speak Korean."

I want to learn myself and hopefully one of these days I'll have the time and motivation.

Some of the other readers might be able to help you out though.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the post for those of us that enjoy it in MT.

B. M.