Atef Ayadi


Radio Station: Chico, Irish History Teacher Go Wild


(me)
hello!

(she) hi!

(me)
why you hi me for?

what are you doing?

(she)
i am a history teacher
professor
PH.D of that kind
my university

is a fancy catholic community
at the lake shore.

if you plan to put your kids
our kids
into plan
this the right place.

(me)
hoo! hoo!
irish teacher
are you advertizin on my show?
or are you E.R Vad zin zining trying to
make my show chineeze zin zen type of show?

or you are planning to have
kids
and lead them to your university
with my kids mixed them up
in the same class
of your damn history?
are you killing me?
or are you trying to irish me
with your gloried oiled Professional skills?

sorry woman,
i will give you a 'Z' as a grade
in your own class of latino irish.

because
first your kids
or future kids
wont go to class with my kids

never!
together!
impossible!
take a note and put it in your beard!

they will rice it up.
falaful it up

and end up
playing irish
bulls
in the class
and make a beautiful bull history.

so, tell me
beside you want kids
or you are teaching kids

what part of the history
you are teaching?

latino kids type of history or
''Rosevelt did not have enough time
to put american in one hand
and kids in his bulls in the other hand'' type of history?

is that right?

(she)
do you like to take my phone
or my number?

Submitted: Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Edited: Sunday, October 25, 2009

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