There’s nothing like history.
A quick and easy
reference guide to
work Fraz 😆😃😉
It’s the best report I never did!
You’re the best Fraz ☺
Maybe you could tell my teacher that?
But you still have to quote your sources!
But they all had nothing to say!
Who are ‘they?’
All the books I didn’t read for my report!
He did well!
I hope my teacher thinks so!
like a polar bear in a snowstorm report, it makes perfect sense to me 😉
That’ll be my next report!
The empty notebook might have been too much. Noting says Nothing more than Nothing.
I dunno if my teacher would have gone for it if my report on nothing was nothing!
Bwahahahahahahahahaha. Is this a Seinfeld routine? Just saying.
Have a fabulous day. ☺
I don’t think so. I don’t know any Seinfeld.
Simple and to the point. Good work, Fraz!
Thanks! I don’t what I’ll do for my next report though.
Nothing has a long history behind it, but it’s a little bland reading…
Yeah, but you can read it in no time!
Did you even open the notebook? Not even a chocolate stain. Hmm?????
Sounds about right… 😉 – http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com
It’s the best nothing I’ve ever done!
Well done, Fraz!
Wanna be my teacher?
Aww, Fraz, I know nothing. 🙂 And you’ve already written the report!
You’re a lot smarter than my teacher! And a lot nicer too!
A history with wide open horizons!
Full of nothing the way I like it!
Ha! Smart, Fraz. I do like the way you think. You know with history, yes we have the artifacts and some physical evidence of what could have transpired, but a lot of times it really is just like telling a story isn’t it? And add to that the perceptions of different people’s experiences molding that story..wonder if we have gotten things right. Different when it is based on actual experiences of people, who have told their stories from the past…
History is just stories that are supposed to be real!
As they say, history is written by the winners. And whoever writes it makes their people the heros, and everyone else the barbarians. It’s always interesting when you get a historical reports about the same thing from opposite sides. They rarely agree.
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