Their Fault For Thinking You’re Dim(Sum)

| USA | Learning | May 23, 2017

(We’re in foreign language class. Everything spoken is in another language except where shown.)

Teacher: “What did you have for dinner last night?”

Me: “Mushroom and beef pasta, vegetables, and soup.”

Teacher: “And breakfast today?”

Me: “Vegetable dumplings, beans, and tea.”

Teacher: “Dumplings is–” *in English* “–dumplings.” *back to foreign language* “I said breakfast.”

Me: “Yes?”

Teacher: “You ate dumplings and beans for breakfast?”

Me: “Yes.”

Teacher: “You’re crazy.”

Me: “It’s breakfast to me.”

(I’m ‘different,’ not always by personal choice. She responds like this every time.)

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