Awkward Homework Story Number 1:
Once upon a time Petaya was doing homework, and one of the questions said “(a word that had phile in it) means the feeling of being hot. (something like that at least.) What does phile mean?”
The options below to choose from were “The feeling of love and attraction.” “To break or burst.” “Rock or earth.” And something else that Petaya forgot.
So Petaya thought, “Well if pedophile means a creep who tries to convince children to let them kidnap them and do who knows what to them, then I guess “The feeling of love and attraction” might be right lol I’ll just give it a chance.”
And so Petaya answered “The feeling of love and attraction.” while doubting she was right.
“Oh. I was right. Crap.”
Awkward Homework Story Number 2:
Once upon a time Petaya was once again doing homework, and one of the questions were “The word homophones means studying words that sound the same but have different meanings. What does homo mean?” (again, something like that, I can’t really remember.)
The options to answer were “Same.” “Sound.” “The study of something.” And something else Petaya forgot.
So Petaya thought, “Well if homophobic is being against gays, and gays are people who are in love while being of the same gender, then maybe “homo” means the same.”
So once more, she answered the question with the random connection she made, while doubting she was right.
“Oh uh. I was right again. Welp.”