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Monday, February 09, 2009

Oh Wow, It's a Small World!


Holy shit, people! I meant to take a photo of this place EVERY damn year I was visiting back home and never got around to it! I'm glad someone else did the honors. The problem is, I could have sworn it was called Butt Sweet House, so MAYBE I'm confused and this is actually a different place... Either way, it made me burst out laughing to see this! It brought back memories.

10 comments:

'liya said...

There was a kid in my high school named Sa'ad Butt, I think the name Sa'ad is very nice, but you got to think what were those parents thinking?! :D

Rasid said...

I wonder, are U really an Arab, and a teacher of special education too !?

Sorry, but this contradicts almost every post you make...

TeacherLady said...

Uh yes I am both... Why, what do Arab special education teachers normally blog like?

Rasid said...

I am not sure , but I can say Arab women bloggers dont start a blog post with "holy shit", and dont usually explicitly write about their internal sexual relationships, with their husbands.

Really no offense, but thats what I am familiar with of Arab women bloggers...

TeacherLady said...

I guess I'm an exception to the rule, then! (Actually, I'm not, you just need to surf the net a little more!)
I'm not offended, but if you are, I appreciate your not insulting me despite our different beliefs and attitudes. You're welcome here any time, but I'll understand if I've turned you off! As for my special education career, if you read my education related posts, it should answer your question. If you read them all, you'll understand how much I truly care about my career too.

Rasid said...

The comment I made about your career was meant to express my intolerance to (maybe of) the fact that you, IMHO, didnt act according to how "educators" should act. I do not need to "surf the net more". I absolutely know what Arab women are like.. And rest assured, you didnt turn me off, its just that I am still haunted by the old belief that Arab women like to be praized for their shyness and conservativeness.
Again No Offence, that is really how I think of it.
Btw, the first time I replied it was just a comment not meant to wind up being a heated arguement. I think I explained my position, so this is my last reply. Thanx for taking the time to respond to my comments. I wish you a happy life

KHA said...

educators are people, too and they have a life OUTside of the classroom.

Gila said...

Hilarious sign!

Our local version---a popular nickname for guys named David...Dudu. It took me years before I could hear that without cringing.

I see that your baby is getting nice and big! (From your little widget thingy).

As for how one "should" act....ugh! Just yesterday ran into yet another prize winner who thinks I should be more traumatized.

Bliss said...

oh shit... im an arab woman blogger and i swear worse than a sailor... plus my blog is all about my private life.. and dare i say it..
maybe a lil bit of my s e x life?

TeacherLady said...

:) Thank you... And there I was, wondering if I should just be demurely fluttering my eyelashes and saying "anything you want, dear alpha male of mine, I'm just a silly girl after all *giggle*..."
Hey, I'd rather be passively-aggressively spoken down to for boasting about loving my husband (in more ways than one!) than being unfaithful or something.