Education aims to cultivate maturity, responsibility, knowledge and growth. Good education trains us for employment, for good citizenship, and for a deeper, more meaningful human experience. So, if you want to leave a successfull and happy life. You have to maintain entertainment and study equally in life.
Entertainment + Education = Life? That's true. Welcome to hubpages. Your photo looks entertaining, and curious to me as to your profession. Are you a Roman Legion?
How did you conclude that Roman Legionnaire was the closest resemblance for that photo? It looks nothing like a Legionnaire.
Looks more like an edgy ANTIFA protestor.
Meanwhile, here's my suggestion for you: study the Learning Center, which you can access by clicking on Help, top right. There's a lot of information there so you can understand what is required of writers.
Your article (the joke one) won't be acceptable on HubPages without a lot of work. There are many grammatical issues and the subject matter is thin.
My hovercraft is full of eels.
I have found someone here with a phrase that I couldn't understand before. I googled it, tried hard to capture the true meaning but all in vain. Can you please help me out in this regard? Now, I want to know that when to use this phrase.
I hope you wouldn't mind, and it's not looking odd to ask such a question. I usually don't miss an opportunity for learning and discovering. Thanks
Yeah, I know, but I have heard this phrase somewhere else as well but couldn't grab the full meaning. So we use it in funny situations? Like someone who doesn't know what to write and how to write. That's why he said so. Thank you bravewarrior for your time.
Indeed. You should use it when you have no idea what someone is saying. So if they say something perplexing, just respond with, "My hovercraft is full of eels."
Thank you so much, Bev G. I got it. Fatfreddyscat said this because he didn't understand the meaning and purpose of the thread. By the way, I have learnt many English phrases today. Today is a great day for learning.
Okay. No. I was joking with you and I'm sorry for that - just couldn't resist.
FatFreddysCat just says it for no reason whatsoever. Usually when someone posts something meaningless and banal. He understood perfectly what was being said.
It's not an English saying. He made it up. Just pretend you never saw it.
Or... maybe you could use it as I suggested to show that the other person is babbling about nothing significant
Both useful knowledge and entertaining. In six words. Good work
Sloth holds breath longer than dolphin.
Okay, I had to sacrifice a little grammar, but never mind.
I have no idea where the six-word sentence challenge came from, but it screams out for an entry:
A rutabaga sings Beatle cover songs.
I am the eggplant, I am the eggplant, goo-goo-ga-joob.
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