sometimes I use words when I don’t know what they mean

that’s what happens when I start writing papers at 6 p.m. the day before they’re due… at least I already did the research, and have a thesis statement. But it’s not totally my fault; I was in Madrid this weekend on our group excursion.

Favorite part? Obviously not the rain, or the gross hotel food we ate for dinner. Nope, I’m voting for the two things I did that weren’t scheduled with the group – the botanical gardens


and the Museo de la Reina Sofia.

(that’s Guernica, it’s a really big really famous painting by Picasso, and I saw it on Friday!)

This just in from the professor:
“Yes, you read correctly. You may have until the end of the semester for your papers.”
Excelente. My procrastination skills are about to kick in, because I now have over a week to finish this paper… and I’m already over a quarter of the way done!

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3 Responses to sometimes I use words when I don’t know what they mean

  1. Dave says:

    And the words was…?

  2. Anonymoose says:

    Was the word Irony? Many people use that word, but few know what it means…

  3. emily says:

    the word was “sumamente”

    it means “extremely, highly”