LLAMAS!!

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LLAMAS!!

And this is why I love my Critical Thinking teacher XD
Me and my friends N and A take Critical Thinking, and we're the only three Year 11s in the class (it's an A-level course, and all the others are Year 10s . . . we failed it the first time round) and he knows us best. Anyway, a few weeks back, N and I combatted the teacher's logic and twisted it into saying that all people are llamas. We then proceeded to try and work out how to do llama ears (put your hand on your head and wiggle them).
This week, all the Year 10s are off on work experience, so it was just me, A and N. I got to the lesson first, and kind of fell through the door, and sir said I looked like a drunk deer. I pointed out that I wasn't a deer, I was a llama. Next thing I knew, he'd googled llamas and put a giant picture of one up on the whiteboard. Then he disappeared for a bit, and N arrived, and a teacher walked past and asked if we were alright because we had our hands on our heads and were baa-ing at each other (we weren't sure what kind of sounds llamas make).
Sir and A arrived, and he looked up llama noises on the computer. They sound like this: http://www.soundboard.com/sb/Llama_sounds_audio.aspx
We couldn't stop laughing for a very long time.
The rest of the lesson was spent discussing how sir's friends mess with his DVD collection and how weird his children are, and then my maths teacher came in for a chat. He was describing this session he'd had with a kid who obviously couldn't do maths, and started getting worked up and telling the kid off again, but pointing at sir, who just looked at us and laughed (he really doesn't look old enough to teach).

UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
(that is llama for 'get in my bed')
Bobberson xx