Meaning, please:) A few weeks ago, my Health teacher set up a competition, saying the winning group would win an extra credit point. We were separated into five groups; water, electricity, food, paper, and gas. Each group had to come up with at least twenty ways to preserve their element. The group that came up with the most solutions would win the extra credit point. Near the end of the of the class, the teacher had reported that there were two winning teams; electricity, and gas. They had tied equally with very good responses. The teacher then said that both of those teams would need to come up with a final way to preserve their element, and whoever had the best one, would be determined the winner. "I'll pick the best one tomorrow," she said. "I'll need both teams to speak with me. Alright, who has gas?" Several students shot their hands up in the air before they realized exactly what she had said. One was laughing so hard that tears rolled down her face. -Member of the electricity group.
Nov 11, 2019 2:15 AM
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When someone farts , it’s sometimes referred to as gas. If someone asks, “Who has gas?” it means, “Who farted?”
November 11, 2019
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