Thursday, May 21, 2009

Blog Game Thursday: What Can You Tell About a Person From Just a Picture?


This looks like the kind of person who...?

25 comments:

Carol said...

might recycle a science assignment into an English one if it fits.

The Norris Clan said...

He looks like the kind of kid who leaves things in class all the time, then has to come back to look for them!

Dad said...

He looks like he is kind, considerate, and probably likes a good joke. Are those blue rimmed glasses?

Amy T. said...

Hummm... looks like a boy who thinks constantly, so much so that he may be the "absent minded professor" type: divising scientific strategies, researching the backstory to literature, but forgetting to leave time to eat lunch.
Those eyes says he cares for people deeply, and enjoys humor: on others or on himself... as long as there is a laugh, he's happy.

Megan said...

"I think he would check out the book that his English class is reading and read the whole thing on the first day so he knows how it ends before everyone else" =)

A-net said...

...has a lightning bolt scar on his forehead?

He looks kind with a wonderful sense of humor. He's very smart and polite to his favorite teacher. He can organize a class prank and then sit with an innocent smile on his face.

Mungo said...

...would get his stuff stolen and hidden by his classmates as almost a daily good-natured joke...

Michelle said...

He looks like a little like Harry Potter . . . smart, clever, heroic and kind!

Julie R. said...

He looks like the type of person who would read your blog!

Anonymous said...

is an amazingly talented piano player.

Tina said...

This looks like the kind of person who would help an old lady across the street, carrying her bags and walking slowly by her side.

Brian Bowker said...

He looks like the kind of kid that seems like a normal, friendly kid at first glance, but then secretly invents cold fusion in his bedroom and solves the world's energy problems. Or maybe solves world hunger.

Did I get it right?

Cecilie said...

I agree with Megan......would check out the book that his English class is reading and read the whole thing on the first day so he knows how it ends before everyone else". What cutie :-)

Anonymous said...

I know that kid! He always recycles his science assignments into English ones and if he leaves anything in class he always comes back to look for it. He'd look great in some blue glasses!

Anonymous said...

he looks like someone who would be in love with Katherine Barlow (otherwise known as Kissin' Kate Barlow)...

SeattlePam said...

Looks like a sixth-grade lady-killer to me! The ladies must fall in his tracks...

Annie said...

I think he looks like a cruel person who never let anyone lend his stuffs and never return things when he borrows someone's stuffs. He is so not kind and he is not considerate.
Annie 6C

Anonymous said...

Noooooooooooooooo!!!!

Anonymous said...

I will talk with you later!

Anonymous said...

Trust me, Ms. Marjorie, I would not let you escape so easily this Tuesday!

marjie said...

So I am pretty sure that the last three comments were posted by the subject of this post. If so, the subject of this post has threatened me.

As for Annie, 6C, it's "Opposite Day" here in Viet Nam. She is good friends with the subject of this post!

Brian Bowker said...

While threatening a teacher is never a good idea, he did use very good English to do so. Surely this will earn him bonus points while he's sitting in detention...?

Alex Nguyen said...

After 4 years, the part about me forgetting stuff in class and having to return to find them is still true.

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Marjie said...

Alex!! This does not surprise me... hey, did you know I will be in Vietnam after Christmas? Will you be there? Linda is putting together a meeting for any of you who are "left." I would love to see you. Send me an email: marjiebowker@hotmail.com