Thursday, March 24, 2011

Wish I’d thought of this when I was in high school.

I got this from another teacher today and thought that even if it is made up, like a lot of e-mail stories, it’s still hilarious.

At a high school in Montana, a group of students played a prank - they  let three goats loose in the school.  But, before turning them loose, they painted numbers on the sides of  the goats: 1, 2, and 4.

School administrators spent most of the day looking for No. 3.

I’ve gotta respect the creativity of whoever dreamed this one up, even if they just dreamed up a story.

7 comments:

Carmi said...

Hahahahaha....I'd give the students an A for creativity. How delightful!

A Paperback Writer said...

I think I'll file that one away for a time when again have to work for an unpleasant administrator.....
Except that now we have security cameras everywhere, so you can't pull pranks like you used to.
Sigh.

Karen S. said...

Oh yes I can see their laughter as everyone is possibly still searching for # 3....very cool idea...it gets me thinking too! Thanks for sharing Max!

The Gearheads said...

I will laugh if you come back and tell me this happened to you. I can only imagine how infuriated twinkle-toes would have been with that one, Max.
On that note, would you have made a point to leave one in Uncle Chuckie's Room?

-Mr

Max said...

No, but I would have left him a note asking "Can YOU find #3?"

A Paperback Writer said...

Did I know Uncle Chuckie or Twinkle Toes? I knew Jivin' Ivan.

Max said...

Let's see, Uncle Chuckie was Mr. Hermanson (Social Studies) and Twinkle Toes was Officer Lightfoot. I'm sure Hermanson was around for your time, he's probably still there propped up behind his desk. No idea if Lightfoot was still there.