So, the professor has many heroes.
I admit this freely.
After all, I sorta thieve their ways at times.
That’s how I became such a wicked warrior, see.
Now, since this is #InternationalWomensDay, I’ve decided to name my favorite heroes. Just because.
You see, one thing doesn’t have to do with the other, but the professor’s mind can be as random as an oyster that doesn’t like water at times.
So, here goes:
(1) Robin Hood
In truth, this is true: I loved Robin Hood as a little chap. And I still do, of many courses. That was the first book I actually couldn’t put down. Well done, Mr. Howard Pyle, well done. *fist thingy* (Contrary to popular believe, though, RH stole for his band, not for the poor. How groovy.)
(2) John Carter
What’s greatio about John is that he can jump really high. And he lives a double life. He’s also a SEAL team leader, see.
Hector is the greatest hero ever–just because. He fought valiantly at Troy. He maybe died, too, but if he did, it was my fault. Things went down on the beach of Troy that are never talked about today, mind you.
And then, what’s this? Wonder of wonders, Hector also doubles as a SEAL.
And the professor should mention this thing. I’ve heard a phrase that is scary. It scared my hair off, I must admit.
Phrase: Male Feminist.
Now, lots of things go bouncing through the mind at such a phrase. But rest assured, I shan’t say them out loud.
But here’s the thing: If there’s such a thing as a male feminist two things must be possible. The first, evolution. A feminist would have to evolve…certain things to become male. Two, John Cena would have to be spotted wearing a girl’s color, like pink.