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Hypersynaesthesia

the colours in your head

12.07.2005

Grr.

Here below is what my math homework for today looked like on the handout:

Tmcqubucubpd Sdcerqbqa 28:
Ufd Xcabl ro Qmxvdse
Frxdirsn 25
Ceebaqdg rq Gdldxvds 5
Gmd cu 5:00 w.x. Gdldxvds 7
Wydced emvxbu wsrvydx edue ur ufd vrhde rmuebgd ufd Xcuf Gdwcsuxdqu’e
xcbq roobld, rq ufd ufbsg oyrrs ro ufd Elbdqld Ldquds (Srrx 325).
Sdcgbqa:
Asree-Fcssbe, Lfcwuds 21
Wsrvydx:
Wydced dhwycbq jrms sdcerqbqa cqg efri jrms irsn.
1. Lrxwmud ufd edpdquf srru ro orms (xrgmyr dbafuj-obpd).


I know we're doing codes, but this is kind of ridiculous. Actually easy, but it was annoying that 1 was an actual problem, not some cute little message. Hmph.

2 Comments:

At 11:26 AM, December 08, 2005, Blogger Amichai said...

code you say? are you sure your professor didn't just get drunk (or stoned) when he created the homework, and upon realizing his mistake he tried to cover and say it was in "code".

 
At 4:35 PM, December 09, 2005, Blogger Alex said...

Well, my teaching fellow resembles nothing more than the gay offspring of a Nazi and a fairy, one of the actual professors can whistle polyphonically and has a bizarre accent, and the other has a penchant for purple outfits, so I wouldn't put anything past them.

 

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