A student voice.

Sophie Jones

“So I was in ASL and I decided to take a little break and sat in the hallway with Emily Letke. She was helping me with physics then she was like ‘where’s your spork?’ and I was like ‘darn, I forgot it,’ and she sporked me. To be honest, I wasn’t that upset about being sporked because it was making me nauseous to carry that spork around. I don’t know why it was making me nauseous. Actually, it wasn’t too bad, I mean I’ve had worse things happen to me. I lived. I felt relieved when I got sporked because I didn’t want to end up committing sporkcide. I wanted to actually forget about it and I did, I genuinely forgot about my spork so when she sporked me I was like, ‘oh it’s fine. I’m fine.’”

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