Jeff HinshawMarch 14, 2009 12:00 AM EDT
You know what's really exciting? Math. ... Who am I kidding?! Math is so boring! So boring in fact, I don't even take notes. Notes are for noobs! Instead, I just sit there talking to Drew, then write down the assignment and figure out how to do it at home. You know why? Because math is easy! Okay, I know what you're thinking. "Math isn't easy!" Ha! Noob! It may be difficult for you, but math is like my second language! It comes very naturally to me. And now you're probably jealous. As you should be. It's okay. Anyway, you probably wonder what I do in math since I don't take notes, and notes take up almost an hour of our class... Well, the answer is simple. I do things like play the imagination game. The imagination game is where Drew draws whatever he feels like (maybe like a line, some complex figure... anything!), then my job is to add onto it to make it into something. For example, one time he made a curved line, so I completed it to make it a palm tree... IN A HURRICANE! Good times...
Now, one day I was really bored. And when I say really bored, I mean REALLY bored. So bored in fact, that I took Drew's notes and starting drawing a maze. Now, if you should know one thing about me, it's that I can draw really awesome mazes! Now, this maze was so awesome! It involves you getting a key, then going through the whole thing to the end. It was really complicated. Here's a picture of it:
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Talk about one awesome maze!