19. Enter High School, chapter posted 9/10/06

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Veronica: The Honors English teacher is actually meant to be a parody of the Honors English teacher I had for Senior year. She was an absolute angel and just a really amusing person, but I always freaked out at her surprise essays.. and she used to take the scared reactions of the students in such an amusing way.. like all “Ohh, be prepared! Use your brains!” etc etc.. she spoke like that except with a better vocabulary. The CP English teacher is also a parody of the teacher I had in junior year. She was just really young, really bouncy, really pretty. I adored her.. she actually got married in my senior year and people say she became a bit of a meanie now.. which is unfortunate, but I’ll always love her. She actually suggested me for Student of the Month in October and they ACCEPTED IT. I was shocked.

Daisy in this page will always remind me of this sophomore that was in pre-calculus in my senior year. I felt like such an idiot around her since she was the best at it and SO SO YOUNG. Goodness.

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41 Reader Comments On This Page

Comment ID #137988

David’s mind. Don’t question it. Katie is such a dumb blonde. Even has the same color fur.

Hoheh December 22, 2010, 6:58 AM EST.

Comment ID #146889

Wow, every high school has that generic really hot really young lenient english teacher xD

Nanie February 11, 2011, 5:51 PM EST.

Comment ID #203478

The honors English teacher was my seventh grade honors Science teacher, except with projects. D:
“And I can see your cleavage.”
OH MY GOD DAVID. I LOVE YOU. 8-D

Huffle December 28, 2011, 10:59 PM EST.

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