By Dan Gutman
It is the commence of a brand new university yr, and A.J.'s third-grade instructor, Mr. Granite, is out of this international! he is a supergenius who talks bizarre, acts bizarre, and appears bizarre. He is familiar with every thing. Is he a working laptop or computer posing as somebody, or does he come from one other planet?
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Granite replied. ” asked Emily. “Well, it seems to me that feet should run and noses should smell,” Mr. Granite said. ” “It’s just an expression,” said Michael. “It makes no sense,” said Ryan. 38 “My feet don’t smell,” I said. ,” said Neil the nude kid. ” “A nose would run if it had legs,” Michael said. “Feet could smell if they had a nose,” said Ryan. “Yeah, if you had a nose attached to your foot, your foot could smell,” I pointed out. “Arlo, you’re just trying to get out of doing math next period,” said Andrea.
I asked. “Maybe he’s just pretending to be a 48 teacher,” she said. “I think that Mr. Granite . . ” I told her. ” Andrea said. “Mr. ” “He has super vision too,” added Neil. ” “Did you ever notice that Mr. ” Ryan asked. Andrea might be right! After all, the first 49 rule of being a grown-up is that you have hair growing out of your ears and nose. My dad has to trim his nosehair every week. Maybe Mr. Granite is from another planet! “MOOOOOOOOOO,” said a cow. “He doesn’t look like an alien,” said Michael.
It’s hard to write while you’re riding a bike. So I kept my letter short and sweet: 42 Dear Mr. President, I am a third-grade student at Ella Mentry School. I don’t think it’s fair that your feet smell. Do you have a nose attached to your foot? Sincerely, A. J. 43 7 Mr. Granite Goes Overboard It was recess. We were on the swings in the playground. Me and the guys were talking about important stuff, like who won the big game last night. Andrea and her friends were talking about girlie stuff, like what color they should paint their toenails.
My Weird School Daze #3: Mr. Granite Is from Another Planet! by Dan Gutman