If you realize if the teacher put a check mark next to oral, the student is gonna get laid
@Azwethinkweiz, yes please!
@Azwethinkweiz, honestly I would put suppository
Written, guys. The opposite of oral is written, in this context.
@Puppy, so not anal?
@Puppy, we're so lucky to have you.
@JenniBoo, Exaggeration, surely.
@Puppy, no. I didn't understand. Lol
@Puppy, not exaggeration, sarcasm
That's oddly good handwriting for a person who's learning opposites. Also what exactly is the opposite of oral supposed to be?
@Toriel, and anyone learning opposites wouldn't even understand what oral means in a sexual context
@Toriel, yeah see for someone learning opposites they wouldn't know what oral is either unless they watch a lot of grown up shows but I think the teacher would call parents before handing back his exam
@Toriel, Written, I think.
@Toriel, English language class for foreign speakers?
@Toriel, this is exactly what I was wondering too, this is why I think half of these is fake lol
@Toriel, verbal. Or anal. Pick your poison.
@Toriel, anatomically, and sexually, plainly and simply, anal.
Staged photo is staged. And not funny.
Would it be rectal?
@CrustyFries, I'm thinkin Anal
But funny though.
No teacher worth their salt would fall into this trap. Besides, you don't go from open/closed to whatever oral/? is meant to be.
The Internet has ruined all our lives, had to google the answer
She's correct. That was not clever
I actually don't know what the opposite of that would be
Pretty clever if you ask me
@BurgerPants, Nope. It's asking for OPPOSITES. Putting down "yes please" doesn't work for something that's OPPOSITE
@Jdrawer, good thing I said clever and not correct
@BurgerPants, Still not clever.
No means yes. Yes means anal!
The worst part of this? He's got to be pretty young to be learning opposites.
What was he/she supposed to put? Rectal?