A Canadian writer teaches English and finds out what it's like to be a foreigner.

Thursday, October 26, 2006

Who needs book learnin'?

It's nice to know that even if I can't prepare my students for the functions of simple conversation, they already come equipped with the words "super-size" and "uppercut" as I learned in class today. For the newly rebellious generation of Korean youth, this is their golden ticket to fuel up on McDonald's and get in a good, dirty rumble. Live fast and die young right?

Actually, I think one of the kids is named Di-Young.

How forboding.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Knowing how the beer commercial "I am Canadian!" swept Canada, let's sell McDonalds on using
Di-Young as their global spokesperson. He'll "tell it like it is!"
-Paul (Shite for Brains)