This is a topic for a phenomenon that I have encountered multiple times, where something from life will remind you of something related to TTV or Bionicle. For example my teacher was describing a goldenrod sheet of paper as orange, and I had the urge to say, "actually it's keete orange." Share yours below.
Aside from once saying unconsciously in a presentation "lets get into the cons, what makes this a little bit less worth wanting to get", I find myself plugging in "exaaactly" in everyday speech, and thinking about volunteering at my community's irrigation center
I once yelled "Look! It's Rotor!" in History. My teacher asked me if I'm Okay and if I need to see the nurse...
When making punned squares in science the combo of tt came up I instinctively added a v at the end
Man..I have way too many TTV moments...
like yelling "MAAAARRRDDDIIIIII GRRRRRRAAAAAAA!!!"
I saw Mardi Gras napkins today. and about doubled over laughing.
In what situation in History did you deem appropriate to covey this message?
In my history textbook, it had a quote that was like "Look out! It's [Don't Remember]", so I kind of yelled it out for some reason...
I used to say Mardi Gras every time someone sneezed.
stupid auto correct sorry bout that
In one of our school spirit weeks, we had a Maridi Gras day, and I yelled" Mari Gras!" while wishing I had a TTV Mardi Gras shirt.
Oh my goodness, Lol!
My TTV moments... Can't say I remember any at the moment, but I'll update this when I do. I know I have had at least one TTV moment somewhere along the line.
Lol. this is funny
Sometimes when people whisper I say, "WHISPER CLUB!"
I found myself
in robotics i use the phrase hows life and such a lot
My Biology book mentioned "radiation sensitivity" and I immediately thought of Eljay.
I was writing something in my History homework and I wrote 07 for 1807, and I had flashbacks to the great 07 vs 06 debates.
When your English 101 teacher says "little Johnny" and you try to hold in a laugh.