I already mentioned about me being a spoonerism disorder person before, and today is another disorder about me.
I found a particular paper among the pile of recycle papers in my office. I don’t know who it was belong to, but being an OCD Perfectionism person, I really can’t help myself but to edit that short dialogues to make it or to perfected it into the supposedly-the-right-way dialogues.
Please read: among the pile of recycle papers. Meaning in rubbish bin. So, if that particular paper were to be an evidence of an ongoing case, and I were to be questioned in courts, this would be my answer. Well, of course I have to discuss this with my lawyer first.
Lawyer: “How did you obtain this particular paper?”
Me: “I found it among the pile of recycle papers. Last time I checked, recycle papers are rubbish and they belong to public.”
Lawyer: “Your honor, I enter that evidence as Exhibit P.”
Judge: “So is recorded. The witness may step down.”
Me: “Thank you your honor.”
So, this is the “Exhibit P”.
It is an annoying thing to see those punctuation errors you know. Really! It wasn’t like that student will come back and get her paper back. It wasn’t like she will submit that paper to her teacher once I corrected it, and it wasn’t like she will find out that I ever managed to corrected her errors! None.
But I just couldn’t let it sink that way. I must do something about it. Anything! Or else, that paper will always clinging inside my brain, calling my name. Urge me to do something about it.
So, I did it!
Once it is done, it felt like a huge burden has been lift off of my shoulder. Pheww!