8th grade test from 1895

We all know how much Mark loved school! Alright so I exaggerated just a little bit. We never did hear him say he wanted to grow up to be a teacher. Let's talk about Mark’s school days, school issues, homework, teachers, etc.
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Re: 8th grade test from 1895

Post by Deneen » Sun May 21, 2017 3:44 am

Greg Merrill:53625 wrote:My wife and I were in the store yesterday.  She asked a young, female employee where we could get an emory board.  She didn't know what an emory board was.  My wife said it was to file down fingernails or rough skin.  The clerk said we have something like that for feet.
Does anyone find it surprising that she had never heard of an emory board?
Lucas to Mark: "I love you more than anything else in the whole world."

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Re: 8th grade test from 1895

Post by Deneen » Sun May 21, 2017 3:46 am

Judy:53626 wrote:My word, how could she NOT know what an Emory Board is? smiley_scratchhead  Even if she has her nails done professionally, they use an Emory Board to smooth the rough edges!
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