Well, apparently there was an interesting discussion in Health class today. I'm not in Health for this 1/4 year, I'll have it last. I'm in Art right now. But about the conversation.
To set the scene: It's the beginning of our 15 minute recess after lunch. (We weren't supposed to have them this year, so we got lucky.) I walk out with 3 friends. 2 of them are in Health. "So, what was WITH that talk today?"
"I know, huh?"
Hmmm... I must learn more.
"What was this discussion about? Tell me!"
"Tomatoes and bananas." (This is from that psycho dream book I journaled about a long time ago. Very useful for when you don't want anybody to know what you're saying.)
"WHAT? I need more details than that, now!"
"We talked about sex-u-ality."
"Homosexuality and bisexuality-"
Other friend who isn't in Health interrupts.
Oh, wow. My friends don't know anything. I look away from this conversation.
Friend 1 explains what 'bi' means, and Clueless Friend asks me, "What do you think of this?" She so saw I was uncomfortable. Curse my bad feeling-hiding.
"Um... it makes me think of your rainbow creation on the math room door."
It works! They stop talking to me and explain this story. Phew. A summary of what happened:
On the 1/2 day Wednesday, there was a lot of extra time we were allowed to do whatever during. Clueless Friend made this woven paper rainbow thingy. Being clueless, she has no idea what it looked like she meant. The math teacher (whose room she was in) came up to her and asked if she could hang it on her door. Clueless Friend said yes, then asked why."As a gay pride symbol," Math Teacher responded. An entertaining expression goes on my friend's face. Heehee. Math Teacher walks away. Clueless Friend looks at me in a panic, and whispers, "WHAT did she say she wanted that for?" So I explain, hoping she can't figure out why I know about this.So she freaks out abouthow she'd NEVER have madeitifsheknewrainbows=THAT