Room5ians Rule! Mr Woody WAS their teacher. This is where they chat :-)
... and now that Mr Woody is pursuing other ventures, he gets to work with other schools too!
Poisson d'Avril means April Fool! See th tags for the last two posts :-)
please research Arpil Fool sDay and post your findings with references.
Nice April Fools joke! I thought we had just lost our new contact in New Zealand.Glad to hear you decided to stay!hahaha
thanks mr teehan - i thought i might fool a few. i got a farewell card from some of the kids in my class and kids from around the school were coming to ask me if i was really leaving. what about the Eagles from Moonbase Alpha? are you old enough to remember "Space 1999"?
HAHAHA Mr Woody! Very funny! i cant believe people actually thought you were leaving, i knew that you werent from the start! it happened to do that it was APRIL FOOLS!!!! I think that the salt in your cofee was hilarious! well done CC!!!
O ya, we got you good Mr Woody!!!!!
nice one mr woody did you know its catapillar season i have three at home two big ones 1 small one two are turning into butterflys yay im a good mum lol your leaving yay fun no more mr woodcock(jokes but the butterflys are real)
I already have stuff on my blog about April fools - Or April fish - or April gowks!That coffee must have tasted good!! 8cx
i hope it won't be too autumny for your butterflies, Imafish. and you're on detention...i wonder who you are...
Mr Woody, - in response to your questions - I grew up near Kakepuku, had all my schooling and Uni years in NZ. I have been living in a country whos stamps are marked "Confoederatio Helvetica", for the past 20 +/-years. Yes time zones are interesting - this site gives some interesting back ground to where it all started. http://www.nmm.ac.uk/server/show/conWebDoc.13496
that's an interesting site helvetian and it has cool pictures and information!!!! have you done any april fools pranks today since i think it's april for you today?
I used my computers translator and it actually means fish of April.I don't know maybe it's just a weird French thing that says something but means something else??
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