today my literatura hispanoamericana prof caught me drawing a mermaid

(English translation under Read More.)

ANTONIO (el profe): ¡Qué bonita!

YO: Gracias.

ANTONIO: Una mujer pez.

ELISA DE SUIZA (una amiga): ¿¡Es cómo se dice en español?!

ANTONIO y YO:

YO: No, es “sirenita.” NO. “Sirena.” “La Sirenita” es la película Disney. “The Little Mermaid.”

*discussion about favorite Disney movies ensues among me and my friends*

ANTONIO (the prof): How pretty!

ME: Thanks.

ANTONIO: A woman-fish.

ELISA OF SWITZERLAND (a friend—we say “Elisa de Suiza” because it rhymes): Is that how you say it in Spanish?!

ANTONIO and I: trololol

ME: No, it’s “sirenita.” NO. “Sirena.” “La Sirenita” is the Disney movie. “The Little Mermaid.”

caught me! spanish notes from the creator literatura thingsidrawinclass

september 23, 2010: konnichiwa bitches

I drew a Japanese schoolgirl, Sailor Moon style, sans the slutty miniskirt.

#september #2010 #opp #konnichiwa bitches #college #junior

september 2010 spanish opp konnichiwa bitches college junior drawing sketch doodle japan japanese thingsidrawinclass

september 23, 2010: resbalarse

I drew this in my Oral Proficiency Preparation class for Spanish (you down with OPP? YEAH YOU KNOW ME!). “Resbalarse” means “to slip.”

#september #2010 #opp #resbalarse #college #junior #relevant

september 2010 spanish opp resbalarse college junior relevant drawing sketch doodle banana shoe thingsidrawinclass

18 november 2005: taza de fruta

#november #2005 #spanish #taza de fruta #high school #10th grade #deviantART

(Source: veduriel.deviantart.com)

november 2005 spanish taza de fruta high school 10th grade deviantART drawing sketch doodle thingsidrawinclass fruit still life