Questions.

I encourage my students to ask questions. I don’t hop around in front of them going, “Ask me! Ask meeee!” But if they ask a question, I’ll answer it to the best of my ability. Thinking back over the questions asked recently, I can only conclude that they’re sometimes a bloodthirsty bunch.

“If I was in the eye of a hurricane, and it was going pretty slowly, and I could walk along with it, would I be safe? Oh, and then what if someone fired a missile at me? Would it come through?”

“What would win in a fight of a Great White and a Killer Whale?”

“If a person fell into a vat of acid, would they die because their skin was missing, or from shock and pain?”

“What would we do if we didn’t have any bones?”

“Could you make a deer mad enough to charge at you?”

Although I have to say, they’re not always bloodthirsty:

“Was Rosa Parks a Buddhist?”

“What’s the best CSI if I can only watch one?”

“What do possums eat?”

“Do they have parrots in Jamaica?”

“Do sow bugs have mouths?”

I do my best, but a lot of the time, I have to say I’m not really sure.

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