The Weekly Woomy

Issue 3: The Holidays are Young

Halls? Decked. Presents? Checked.

Christmas has come to a close and the gifts have been delivered. What did you get for Christmas? It'd be lovely to know in the 5G OC Chat Space. Anyway, don't worry, the holidays are still young, just like us and the amount of time we have to do fun things. Either way, I hope you all have a lot of fun and joy throughout the six-week break, and as always, staaaaaay fresh!
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The last Splatfest to wrap up the year is a topic of what you would rather do as part of your New Year's Resolution. Would you rather get fit or get rich? Do you even lift? Or do you rake in the cash? The choice is yours, regardless of whether you play Splatoon or not. If you'd like to share your side, let us know at the 5G OC Chat Space page on Google Classroom!

Nonsense of the Week

Is it crazy how saying sentences backwards creates backwards sentences saying how crazy it is?

Smashin' Smash Hat Giveaway!

Do you play Super Smash Bros. for the 3DS? Do you wanna win a download code for a nice looking item? Well, you're in luck! We're giving away that download code! All you have to do is go to the 5G OC Chat Space page on Google Classroom and comment that you're in to win! Entries close on the 15th of Janurary next year. Good luck!

By the way, the hat will be a mystery!

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Get ripped the easy way!

Your age isn't only the number of candles you get on your birthday cake. It''s how many laps you've done around a giant fireball in our Solar System. Well, when we complete a lap, that's 940 million kilometres. Crazy, right? So just hang in there and eat your spaghetti because you'll never regretti this fitness cheat. You'll never forgetti! In fact, you'll be on top of the world, because you would have travelled 940 million kilometres! Heaps of calories would be burned!

Sudden Realisation - The Elemental Internet

Apple has air. Amazon has fire. Google has Earth. Why doesn't Microsoft have water? We'll leave you to decide on Google Classroom. Also, which company is better? Google, Apple or Microsoft? We'll tally up the scores, all you have to do is sit back, relax, and eat a taco.

Rethinking the Days of the Week

Monday has 'mon', which, according to Pokémon and Digimon, is an abbreviation of 'monster'.

The 'tue' in Tuesday sounds like two, so it is the second day of the week.

Wednesday has 'nes' in it, so that's the day to play some old-school Nintendo NES games.

Thursday has 'urs' in it, so that day belongs to you and no-one else.

Friday has the letter 'i' in it, which is the 3rd vowel, meaning that there are 3 days until Monday.

Saturday has 'turd' in it.

Sunday has 'sun' in it, and it is the last day of the week, so it represents sunset.