My phony father!

So, I thought it was a very good idea to make funny remarks on the Engineering Faculty dean with or without him in class. It was just comedy for me to point out some very funny bits about his physique. For security purposes, I won’t mention the remarks. Also, I’d rather history didn’t repeat itself.
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So, I thought it was a very good idea to make funny remarks on the Engineering Faculty dean with or without him in class. It was just comedy for me to point out some very funny bits about his physique. For security purposes, I won’t mention the remarks. Also, I’d rather history didn’t repeat itself.

When I say I don’t want history to repeat its self, this is what I mean. As I aired out my remarks at the dean, a group of people in class kept laughing; the dean wondered what was going on. And even after his lecture, I still kept them coming.

For a moment I forgot that some people in my class hadn’t studied nursery and had missed a step in life – reporting friends who have misbehaved. One of these kids went straight to the dean to tell him everything. I think he even exaggerated the story because when I went to the dean’s office, some of the lines he mentioned were not mine. Though I must commend the one that created them!

He just told me one thing, and that was to go and call my parents because the situation was beyond his control. The following day, I went ahead and called a taxi driver and briefed him on ‘the show’ and promised him some money after. He was totally into it so we went ahead.

When the dean started talking, I saw this man’s face turn from a smile to anger. I hailed him for the good act. For this role, this guy deserved an Oscar. He shouted at me and pointed fingers like he was really angry.

As my head was still thinking of Oscars and good actors, this man swung a slap that left me pouring saliva on the dean’s table. This wasn’t part of the deal, I thought to myself. Then he complained and complained as the dean tried to calm him down. I tried to ask the dean for help but another slap left my head spinning. This guy was about to kill me. So I shouted, “You stupid man. This isn’t what you are supposed to do.”

And he replied, “I thought the more I act the more you pay me?”

I don’t know what luck my ancestors poured on me because for some reason, I am still a student. That little stunt of mine could have gotten me expelled for sure. I guess the dean was so entertained, the punishment of a stranger beating me up like that served as great punishment!

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