Posted: November 4, 2016
The room is lit, calmly. Friday morning. A new Catnip article.
"I just... don't get it..." sadly admits Mr. Berube. "That's not even- where's the joke?"
"That's not even satire. That's just stupid," critiqued a substitute teacher. "It's like, he thought that was funny, but the catch is, it's totally not."
"Yeah, I feel like people are on board with the whole thing. Funny stuff, right?" observed the plaid-laden buffoon in question.
"Never in my career have I read a piece of writing that I can honestly say is comparable to watching a cat slowly meow, but today, that changed." said Mrs. Corlett.
The reactions come as several teachers and students have openly expressed their dismay with the paper.
"I feel like if I can do class work and make people laugh, that's something really special," the gangly writer states with sentimentality.
"Honest to god, I feel like, after reading this article, that I just went down a water slide without water, and instead I just had to crawl down the slide until I got to the bottom," a disheartened grade 10 student says recounting their experience reading the piece.