Today my English professor asked me 'where I had gotten the inspiration from to write such a line', referring to a paragraph in an analysis-thingy I had to produce on the subject of Fahrenheit 451
First I saw that he had given me a 28/30 (which is actually very good since I've never known him giving higher marks than that) but then I noticed his handwriting somewhere saying 'Where did you get THAT from?' I went to him for inquiry and he as good as asked me where I copied the line from. WTF? The night before it was due I speedwrote that little essay in about 20 mins because I'm a total idiot at time management sometimes. Didn't even read it through properly. So WTF?
'But the construction
of that sentence', he whispered, as if he had never read such grand literature before.
...Should I take this as a compliment or not? Or does he just underestimate me? (I always have the highest marks in class, but still.) O_o
I'm in need of a steamy cup of tea. It's not freezing over here but it isn't exactly warm either.
Is it still obligatory to cut this or am I just being silly? ( Lost 3 finale spoilersCollapse )