Certainly. The trouble is I’m having a bit of a creative block today. If anybody would like to see any particular type of shark today, drop me a line, sugar. I know a lot of my followers are shark enthusiasts as well. I can draw them or talk about them or whatever you like. Don’t be shy, now.
Person I really hate: Hey guys haha I just got transferred into this class
Me Inwardly: No you didn’t no you didn’t no you didn’t no you didn’t no you didn’t no you didn’t no you didn’t no you didn’t no you didn’t no you didn’t no you didn’t no you didn’t no you didn’t no you didn’t no you didn’t no you didn’t no you didn’t no you didn’t no you didn’t
-The next day-
Person I really hate: Oh no I got transferred out again that’s weird oh well bye guys.
I wish someone in my math class would pretend to be a crab every Thursday. Maybe I should. How does one go about this? Also: we should be friends.
Crabbing in math class requires great skill and dexterity. It is a difficult pastime and must be done correctly to achieve the desired reaction.
The key is to make it known that Thursday is Crab Day. Do not just crab on demand. You must save it for Thursday. That makes the crabbing more special.
Since crabs’ walking legs only move sideways, you must take this into account as you weave through the desks. Squat down and raise you claws over your head and snap them around. If someone glares at you, raise your claws high and snap at them aggressively. That is what crabs do when they feel threatened. Crab fights may ensue.
At this point you can crawl around and snap at people. If someone has something out on their desk, you can snap at it. Everything is fair game when you are a crab.
Also if your teacher tells you to knock it off, knock it off. Crabs are compliant like that.
I wish you luck on your crabbing, my darling. Also, yes, we should be friends.