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Tuesday, March 28, 2006

EEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

WE WON THE FAIRTRADE QUIZ!


Free FT Chocolate - coming my way!
YES MATE!

*laughs manically*


Though to be fair, they spelt Charlots name as "Charlotte Beny 13C" - therefore getting everything wrong...
Oh, and the runners up were in Year 7 .... which made us feel big...

BUT WHO CARES?! THis is the first time I've won one of these big school quizzes! And we handed it in at the very last second too.

*does the happy dance*


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# posted by Zoe Dubs @ 3/28/2006 05:18:00 pm

Thursday, March 16, 2006

Things I have found hilarious this week..

Self explanatory title.

Hold onto your hats! Here we go:

1. General Studies and National Beezy Day.
We are in General studies. All 5 of us.
We are given sheets on "Designer Babies" - the course is based around ethics a lot. This is why we take it, we can never fail!!
Anyway, we're reading this sheet about how babies are horribly mistreated through the process of this and that - Nat has left by now (we are now a 4)

I'm reading and then... I start laughing.
Not a rare occurence in GS i promise you. Mrs STott is very used to it.
But then - I show Emma Al, Kezier and Sarah Mac why I'm laughing.
The person that wrote the article is a "BEEZY MARSH"

I'm sorry if any of you possess this unfortunate name but WTF kinda name is BEEZY?! Is that male or female?! IS IT SHORT FOR SOMETHING?!
Beeztifer... Beezel... Beezus - believe me, we spent a while going through them all, as well as the different spellings of Beazy, Beasie, Beezee and B-Z ....

Thank god this is only one lesson a week.
Mrs Stott is going to carefully check all the names before she mass produces stuff again...

2. Mr Skinner and use of foul ghetto language

Oppportunity cost - our topic for the day. Mr S had just written it several times on the board and, in a clever attempt to prevent ineffiecient words, he had replaced many of them with "O.C"...
So there he is, reading out the board "And so girls, the O.C for -"
And almost in perfect timing, we start singing the oh-so familiar - "We've been on the run, driving in the sun, looking out for #1... CALIFORNIIAAAA"

Mr Skinner is bemused/shocked/slightly scared.
"The O.C theme song" We explain.

Mr Skinner is bemused/shocked/slightly scared.
"Dont you know what the O.C is?!?! OMG!"
"I do!... I'm where it's AT!" he replies. Very unconvincingly.

Then a cunning plan came into my mind....

"Well, actually, it's a very rude swear word. Which you've jsut written all over the board"
Mr S : "I haven't written anything"

"... I don't specialise in ghetto language anyway."

3. Fair Trade Quiz. Creating the TIEBREAKER.

Hahha my tiebreaker will BLATANTLY win me that FairTrade quiz.
The task?
"Name an inventive and original way of convinving you and/or others to "make FairTrade your habit""

My Answer?

"I shall invent an original machine which will punish me in ways INDESCRIBABLE everytime i forget to buy Fairtrade. I shall call it.. *pause*.. "The Punisher". It will be available nationwide and in 6 different languages.
I will then use the profit to make the world.. a better place. THE END"

Yes. Too many gingerbread men that day...

TALKING OF GINGERBREAD MEN!

4. Random Gingerbread Men related incidents

Today I was in Tesco's with Moz. As usual we headed to the Bakery. Nearing the Bakery we parted to make way for a large crowd of God's Year12 Emo children. I spotted a new arrival by the G-B men. CHOCOLATE BUNNY COOKIES!
And so, I squealed. "CHOCOLATE BUNNY COOKIES! LOOK MOZ!"
I turned.

She wasn't there.

Bollocks.

I just tried to avoid the stares that the crowd were now giving me. What WILL I do now? FLEE ZOE FLEE!

It turns out that we had miscalculated the number of Scene kids about and Moz had been stopped half way and had to turn back...

And then, when walking back one day from Tescos with my bag of goodies... we had just got to the Grammar School entrance when *crash*
MY BAG BROKE!

Who'd have thought such a flimsy cheaply made plastic bag would rip let alone break?! Not me, thats for sure!

And out tumbled the Gingerbread Men, their little faces screaming in terror at the thought of never being eaten. "Not the gumdrop buttons!" haha

I turned.
This big gang of Year 12's were in the close vicinity and approaching fast! Food... or FLEE?

Luckily I didn't have to decide as the nearest year12 - I shall call him The Gingerbread Lifeguard - picked up the box and handed it to me.

A true gentleman.

Then I fled.


5. Any Other Business
To be discussed at a later date..


Til then
xXXXx


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# posted by Zoe Dubs @ 3/16/2006 09:48:00 pm

Wednesday, March 08, 2006

*First Day Back At Boots*

YAY!
After two months of "study leave" - but with full use of discount card - I returned to Boots last saturday.

Most of you will have been told, or will have heard about what happened.

To summarise it was a pretty good day. Urban Decay have a new range out - so I was back at the testers lol. The SportWorld team came in for lunch per usual - there's a new addition to the flock. Sportsworld Sidekick. Don't ask. Though, like Sportsworld Fittie, Sportworld Grandad and Sportsworld Token Ginger - i think it's fairly self-explanatory.

Anyway, come the end of the day, we've cleared the store of customers. I've come back to my old job of the 10 and 5-minute announcements of "This is customer announcement.. the time is *** and the store will be closing in * minutes.... etc"

We had finished locking up the tills and were now pulling down the shutters and watching the lights go off one by one. As we were super efficient, not all the rides home had arrived so we hung around outside just talking.

After a few minutes, the last car arrived and The Boots A-team parted ways.

No sooner had I opened the car door, the alarms of the store started going off.
Hmmm, that hadn't happened before.. what's wrong?

And so, we got back out of our cars and walked up to the door to have a look. Even the next door Sportsworlders and Brantanos Boys were wondering what the noise was about.

I thought this was a new deal, something I'd missed having not been here for the past few months - "Err.. why's the alarm going off?"
"I was about to ask the same thing." replies A-Team member with keys.

So there we are, all peering into the store, absolutely clueless at what to do next when suddenly MissD squeals:

"THERE'S SOMEONE STILL IN THE STORE!"

Oh crap.
I thought she was kidding- this has never happened before.

Of course, she was wrong. There wasn't just someone in the store...



There was a whole family.

*hits head*
Doy.

And so, the shutters came up as the father of the family ran up apologising for taking so long in the baby changing room and we hope we didn't stop you from shutting the store early.

No sir. Of course we haven't shut the store yet..... hahah..ha....ha..

And there we go. I'll be telling my grandkids about the time I returned to work only to accidentally leave a father, a mother, a little child AND a pram inside the store on my first day back...

My question is
1) HOW did they fit everyone/thing inside the baby changing room?
2) How were they so quiet for SO long?
3) DO THEY NOT LISTEN TO CUSTOMER ANNOUNCEMENTS?!

But apart from that. No one was hurt. Slight emotional scarring perhaps at the thought of being abandoned in a cosmetics store for the night.
We do toothpaste. It'd be fiiine!


Hahah, til next time.
Also
GOOD LUCK FOR RESULTS TOMORO.
Til then :)


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# posted by Zoe Dubs @ 3/08/2006 08:00:00 pm

Friday, March 03, 2006

This one killed me!


I don't know whether it's just because I do Maths, but this floored me.
And the rest of my Maths class...
*snort snort*

HAHAHA.. HA.. ha... ha...

Ahem.



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# posted by Zoe Dubs @ 3/03/2006 10:05:00 pm

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