And then I epic flailed as I got ready copying stuff and finding my police reports (the activity is WHO STOLE KITTY-CHAN'S RIBBON?!) and making it upstairs only five minutes after the bell rang.
So when I came back down I looked at his schedule, looked at mine and noticed that there's an extra couple classes in tomorrow too. Which I'm happy to do. So I wrote them down on my schedule, picked up another class of his, wrote that down and then went over to Ms. M----- and told her that this was the new schedule for today and tomorrow. She was like ...didyourownschedulewhat? but doesn't seem to really care. So... I think I'm just going to continue to check the schedule she gives me with the other teachers; adding and subtracting classes as they see fit. Works well for me.
IO: Please show me your passmport.
T: Well...sure...here you are.
IO: ...What is the purpose of your visit?
T: To study...
IO: ...Are you spy?!!
T: Oh. No, No, No!!! I'm a Japan president!
IO: Oh...! I'm so sorry.
I admit it. I lol'd.
IO: Please show me your passport.
T: Oh. I forgot.
T: No. That's a joke.
Me: The hint is: (This thing) can be found in the sky. When there are many of them, you can’t see the sun.
*pause to allow for writing answer and betting of fake money*
Okay, who’s got the answer?
Kid-whose-name-I-don’t-know: *confidently* Helicopters.
Me: ... HELECOPTERS?!
KWNIDK: ...*ASTONISHED* You mean it’s WRONG?
Me: Please. Tell me the last time you saw so many helicopters in the sky that you couldn’t see the sun.
My JTE and I laughed ourselves stupid
Then they got so into the second activity we did that they only half got out of their seats for the end of class greeting. When my JTE and I left the classroom they were still working on the activity as if the last class of the day had not just let out.
Mybe they really did see UFOs and have been replaced by pod people