Not much interesting has been happening lately, but I'll share a neat little cultural-crossover I learned of this week.
Paul and one of the girls were playfully teasing each other and suddenly Paul threw up his hands and announced "Mirrorgate!" as if he was executing a stylish Yu-Gi-Oh Card technique.
I thought it was funny, so I asked what he meant. He said that it was like a shield against insults that reflected them back at the hurler like they were looking in a mirror.
Sort of like the playground taunt "I'm rubber you're glue, what ever you say bounces off me and sticks to you!" only adapted to fit the style of kids whose doodles of puppy dogs even have "Hit Point" stats...
A Canadian writer teaches English and finds out what it's like to be a foreigner.