Today, I had to lead the school prayer in assembly (because the chapel prefect was away). I made the school stand ("School stand please"). I felt powerful. (I also wanted to say "Do a little spin" and "Pick your nose").
I also had to do the bible reading at the beginning of assembly. It was about love ("Love is patient, love is kind, love does not keep record of wrongs"). I did it in a dramatic voice (with a tinge of the British accent). And at the end, instead of saying "Here ends today's reading" I said "Reading today ends here". HAHA, I'm so hilarious. I got a few claps from my rowdy year 13 peers. BECAUSE I MADE A BIBLE READING ALMOST EXCITING.
What else did I want to do? I wanted to reverse the sentences to make it sound like olde anglo-saxon speak. (Patient and kind love is, record of wrong doth love not keepth!) But that would be going too far. I only got issued the reading at the last minute, and I handpicked one myself just in case the need ever arose-
"Then God descends his wrath upon thee Israelites... Smite thee! All thy first borns shal' die a horrible death!" I think that epitomizes God's love. Would've gone quite well with the headmaster's little speech about love after my bible reading.