The main reason behind making slime for @spiffyslimes is stress relief. Our obsession is mainly with the magical hands in the craft videos posted. Everyone would like to see the face behind the painfully beautiful slimes he posts but he remains blatantly adamant about revealing his face to the curious fans, well, at least not for the next few months. Anyway, he doesn’t mind critiques or complements on his colorful slimes. 8.
You couldn’t shut up that guy; he always had to get his two-bits worth in” (Hinton 10). Ponyboy introduces Two-Bit to the reader as a wisecracker, who brightens everyone up. Time and time again, he is the liveliest of the bunch. His humor is a defense tactic that he uses throughout the book, and he seems as though has always been ludicrous about his situation. Although Two-Bit Mathews recognizes the
As for “A Boy Named Sue” by Allison Nimmo, it was a sweet story all in all. As for the overall view, I really liked how it started out talking about how Sue was this tough guy with a soft name, and then toward the end it was said that he was going to name his own child a tough guy name because of his experiences with his own name. This story was very well planned out in my opinion and each of the elements flowed together rather nicely. Firstly, I really liked the setting at the beginning. I could practically see the “neon lights” and the “honkytonk”.
Gimme Three Steps- Lynyrd Skynyrd My dad introduced this song to me when I was younger. It was one of the first times I had ever heard humor in a song. I remember sitting there imagining a “fat fellow with his head colored yellow” and thinking how in the world did someone make this into a famous song. It grew on me though, and I came to love the silly song. It reminds me of my dad because he is hilarious and always has witty/sarcastic comments to all my remarks.
Mythology is a traditional story explaining the characters supernatural history. Many people enjoy reading myths, due to the lessons they teach us. In the story Into the Storm by Eleanora E. Tate and the play Hercules the Mighty by Spencer Kayden, they both have many ideas that are comparing to each other, but also many ideas that don’t. Hercules the Mighty is about a boy named Hercules, a twelve-year-old boy, realized that he very different than other kids. Hercules was bigger and stronger than the other kids.
“Jabberwocky,” a poem from Through the Looking Glass, tells the story of a boy going on a quest to slay a horrible beast. Carroll’s “Jabberwocky” is so famous and widely known for its ballad like stanzas and portmanteau word use, all of which make it so unique. Many critics such as Cliff Saunders and Caroline M. Levchuck enjoy Carroll’s work and have their own opinion on the poem “Jabberwocky.” Lewis Carroll wrote many great pieces over the course of his life, but one of his most successful is “Jabberwocky.” Being older than eight of his brothers and sisters, Carroll learned how to entertain children very early in life by writing small magazines and imaginative stories for his siblings. This would be a skill that Carroll possessed all of his life and showed through his writings (Dodgson 140). Carroll was born on January 27, 1832, to Reverend Charles Dodgson and Frances Jane Lutwidge.
Throughout it all Anansi thinks himself clever, but in reality, it is only with the help of his wife Osa, who is really the clever one in the family, that Anansi is able to achieve his dream. In this physical, fast-paced, humorous play the message from the Sky God to Anansi applies to us all: when you share stories, you are richer for it. There is another story about how Anansi tricked god and in that story god gave Anansi an empty sack and said, "I have something in mind; figure it out and bring it back to me in the sack." Anansi asked questions, but God would give no further clues as to what that "something" might be. Anansi was puzzled so he left heaven and went down to Africa.
One of the most valuable aspects of personality is humor – we value one’s sense of humor and make friends often based on finding certain things funny. But how and why do we consider things to be funny at all? Human beings have strived to uncover fundamental truths about human nature for centuries – even millennia – but humor itself is still yet to be pinpointed. Henri Bergson is only one of many who has attempted this feat, and his essay Laughter: an essay on the meaning of the comic from 1911 breaks down comedy into what he believes to be its essential forms and origins. While Bergson makes many valid points, Charlie Chaplin’s film Modern Times that was brought to screens only twenty years later seems to contradict many of Bergson’s theories, while Bergson seems to contradict even himself over the course of his essay.
“And above it all the great man sat and beamed a majestic judicial smile upon all the house”(Ch 4). This proves that he is making fun of people that think they are better and smarter than everyone around them. Everyone can relate to the fact that there is always that one person who thinks they rule everything, and no one could ever be as good as them (CD). Another way that he shows his style of writing is with sarcasm. This is shown when Tom was in Sunday school and the guest speaker was trying to get everyone 's attention and one girl was looking outside.
Gayeb is the story of a friendly Little spook, who can appear and disappear at his will, hence the Gayeb, which means ‘Vanish’ in Hindi. This spook is constantly decent to youngsters and bails them out, however for the devious he always arrives to show a lesson. Every action packed part of the 10 part animated series is presented of 12 1/2 minutes and has less dialogues composed by Bijoya Ghosh and others, and music by Shyam and Sudip Banerjee. The serial quickly turned out to be popular among kids of all