Translate the following phrases:
- “It’s snowing in these Honda-sized chunks that make me want to frolic and also to hide my car away and sleep for days.” = I wish I didn’t have to spend the evening at the library with my group from debate class. Snore, stab stab.
- “Microsoft Word Web pages SUCK. HARD. And not in any kind of good way. I hate them. What is all that crap that they attach to the code? Good lord.” = I went to lab today for my computer class and it was dreadful and ridiculous.
- “The New York Times rocks my world.” = Frank Rich’s column (“My Hero, Janet Jackson“) is stellar. And some people will enjoy the fact that I enjoy this identifying phrase: Justin Timberlake, the wimp who gave the English language the lasting gift of “wardrobe malfunction,'”…
- “I’ve been watching too much TV” = I’m watching “Full House.” Yargh. Time for meeting at the library.
and also = I haven’t been reading any books at all unless you count the brief reading yesterday while killing time at Borders. I’ve been far too distracted by reading the campaign pages in the Times during my usual on-the-bus and lunch reading times at school. Occasionally I pick up Julia Phillips’s You’ll Never Eat Lunch in this Town Again, then I get disgusted by her narration and give up.