Learning a New Language

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- 11/16/2019 12:22pm

Dear Journal,
During my How-To-Speak-Cow Honors class, my bilingual pursuits were interrupted by a large brown slug that slithered across my desk. This was peculiar, as everyone knows that slugs are just a hoax created by the government to distract us from our own existential meaninglessness. “Not today, government!” I cried, as I flicked the imposter off of my desk (made purely from hawk bone marrow). My peers clapped, and I was able to continue my academic journey. I am so lucky to attend PsyHigh, as I am now well versed in cow language. Moo?

Basilton Pitch
- 11/17/2019 10:00am

@Remy I am quite curious to which classes I am to take, and I was wondering how you are managing learning cow. In this linguistic pursuit, have there been any extreme difficulties, other than your run-in with the slug? Drawing upon what little of the cow language that I know, the verb conjugations seem foreign to me. Please explain how one would conjugate the verb "moo", I can't seem to figure out how.
Many thanks!

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