#1
ok.. so i need to write an essay for english.. an it has to be someones experience of the following topics:
1. finding the nerve
2. the power of infatuation
3. the shape of my art
4. bringing life to bare branches

anything.. literal or figurative..

HELP!!
#2
Tell the teacher you misread No.2 as: "The power of flatulance" that should be easy enough for a teenager to write about.
#3
Quote by HugATree!!
1. finding the nerve


I punched a guy in the elbow once, efficiently targeting and hitting his nerve.


He still fears me.
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#4
Get writing already.
Quote by Kensai
I punched a guy in the elbow once, efficiently targeting and hitting his nerve.


He still fears me.

I'm going to need details on this one:
- Where exactly in the elbow did you hit him?
- Which nerve did you hit then?
- Effects?

Just testing you here
Last edited by ZeGuitarist at Jan 25, 2009,
#6
Quote by ZeGuitarist
Get writing already.

I'm going to need details on this one:
- Where exactly in the elbow did you hit him?
- Which nerve did you hit then?
- Effects?

Just testing you here


Why I belive it was close to the Anterior ulnar recurrent. In swedish we call that nerve "sockerdricksnerven" and the effect was that he started crying
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#8
I can't help but wonder what happened to the idea of doing work yourself...

As you're called "Hug A Tree" maybe you could write about your infatuation with trees.


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#9
Quote by Kensai
Why I belive it was close to the Anterior ulnar recurrent. In swedish we call that nerve "sockerdricksnerven" and the effect was that he started crying

"sockerdricksnerven"

So, actually, why the hell would you go punching somebody on the inside of his elbow?
#10
Quote by ZeGuitarist
"sockerdricksnerven"

So, actually, why the hell would you go punching somebody on the inside of his elbow?


I said it was "near" anterior ulnar recurrent

Roughly translated from swedish that means "The sugar drink nerve". It's not the clinical name but dayum, it should be.
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#11
Quote by Kensai
I said it was "near" anterior ulnar recurrent

Roughly translated from swedish that means "The sugar drink nerve". It's not the clinical name but dayum, it should be.

Then, still, who punches the elbows?

And the word is pretty similar to Dutch too, although, what sense does "sugar drink nerve" make? although, I'd enjoy studying the names of the nerves much more if they all had names like that, instead of "nervus ulnaris recurrens anterior" or similar. :/
#12
Quote by ZeGuitarist
Then, still, who punches the elbows?

And the word is pretty similar to Dutch too, although, what sense does "sugar drink nerve" make? although, I'd enjoy studying the names of the nerves much more if they all had names like that, instead of "nervus ulnaris recurrens anterior" or similar. :/


Well I didnt want to hurt him

Ah that's pretty cool. I've always assumed the name is from the fizzy sensation of "sugardrinks" in your mouth, only applied to your elbow. It does feel kinda... weird being hit there.

I think it's difficult to remember the clinical names at first, but then you sort of get the hang of it.

Then you have to do it all over again with the next bodypart.
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#13
Quote by HugATree!!

4. bringing life to bear branches

bears have branches?
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#14
Quote by Kensai
I think it's difficult to remember the clinical names at first, but then you sort of get the hang of it.

Then you have to do it all over again with the next bodypart.

Yup... After 2 weeks of arm, 2 weeks of leg, 1 week of cervical region, now it's 3 weeks of face, mouth and jaw.

*sigh*
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Quote by ZeGuitarist
Yup... After 2 weeks of arm, 2 weeks of leg, 1 week of cervical region, now it's 3 weeks of face, mouth and jaw.

*sigh*


Well atleast there's alot of hotties in your class, eh?
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#16
Quote by Kensai
Well atleast there's alot of hotties in your class, eh?

... you're talking about the dead bodies now, aren't you
#17
Quote by Kensai
Why I belive it was close to the Anterior ulnar recurrent. In swedish we call that nerve "sockerdricksnerven" and the effect was that he started crying


lol we call it änkestöt

why the hell would you call it "sockerdricksnerven"?
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#18
Quote by billybusa
lol we call it änkestöt

why the hell would you call it "sockerdricksnerven"?

Because they're that badass.

Why the hell would you call it "umlautumlautumlaut"?
#19
The shape of my art - you could write something diary like on the build up and progression of an interest or hobby you have.
Alternatively it could be a short story about not being able to decide what shape piece of paper you want to draw on, but i wouldn't do it.