My favorite testing-as-cultural-capital-not-IQ story is about a young woman taking the SAT when she encounters a metaphor about a chicken coop. Stumped, she exclaims, “why the hell does a chicken want a co-op?”— Paul Musgrave (@profmusgrave) September 18, 2021
Right, that’s it. Everyone outside to Clap for Petrol.— Naomi Rovnick 歐蜜 (@naomi_rovnick) September 26, 2021
We all dream of the great British road trip pic.twitter.com/mkpvtFh0fB— Beës from ₸witter (@human_not_bees) September 28, 2021
My dad couldn't find google chrome on his laptop, so I did this😂 pic.twitter.com/og71r7TgUO— Alté gangster🇺🇸 (@ay_greatness) September 17, 2021
Sounds exactly like something a haunted trunk would say. pic.twitter.com/wxd1ZzMjjW— Nick Hurwitch (@heWIZARD) September 17, 2021
Didn't watch Family Feud as a kid. When I heard people say "survey says" I thought they were using a french term like "Je ne sais quoi". "Servei seis" or something? I was too embarrassed to ask what what it meant! Asked Riley in my 20s. He was like 😳 + then laughed for hours https://t.co/C1CK8XzTJB— Meg Conley (@_megconley) September 18, 2021
Might lock my account just so people will think I've got something going on.— Just Bill (@WilliamAder) September 18, 2021
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