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Dean Smith Potholes Research Paper

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On the night of May 23rd, 2015, a 15-year-old boy walked home from a party. He was so intoxicated, that he didn’t know where he was going. The boy wandered onto Outer Ring Road and he fell into a pothole. The pothole was so deep, that the 15-year-old ended up in China. On May 28th, the boy returned home. During his few days in China, the 15-year-old boy learned to speak Google Translated Chinese. “我討厭這些坑洼” he said. Translation: I hate these potholes. On June 23rd, 2015, another man fell down a pothole. Dean Smith hit a massive pothole, while driving through Topsail Road. This pothole was so huge that it engulfed his entire vehicle, which was a 1969 Impala. However, Smith did not end up in China. Instead, he ended up in Nazi Germany. This was really bad news for Mr. Smith considering that he’s gay, transgender, Jewish, and African-Canadian. Luckily, Smith manage to return to 21st Century Canada without the Nazis noticing. However, he did leave his Impala…show more content…
After running scientific experiments, scientists have concluded that about 50% of these potholes lead to various points in time, space, and dimension. For months, scienctists had no clue why. That until now. Back in May of 2015, the Steve Harrison Institute of Technology (S.H.I.T) has developed a new piece of technology to help students with their spelling, grammar, and punctuation. It’s called Spellcheck 2.0. Every time a student misspells a world, or uses incorrect punctuation or grammar, they will recieve and electrical shock. English teachers are thrilled about this about this new technology. “I feel like I’m wasting my time teaching” said one English Teacher, who asked to remain anonymous. “I teach them English, and later on that day, when they get home, I constantly see the words allowed and aloud mixed up. In my class, these kids ain’t aloud to make those kinds of
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