Okay. So this friggin story takes a really frustrating turn. I was upstairs writing and I heard Gavin say something about forgetting that his homework was already done. WTF does that mean?
How do you forget that your homework is already done?
It gets worse. The homework he forgot he already finished was the paper that he originally told us he hadn’t finished while in class and told his teacher that he wasn’t turning it in today and he would turn it in tomorrow.
Are you confused yet? Join the club….. (^_-)
In order for us to believe anything he’s said, we would have to believe that when Gavin’s teacher said turn your papers in, that Gavin forgot that he’d finished the paper that he was holding in his hand.
Even if you believe that, he still refused to turn it in and told his teacher that he would bring it back in the morning. Keep in mind that everyone else turned their papers in, at least according to Gavin.
What’s even more frustrating is the fact that we had a really long and heated conversation with Gavin when he got home from school. The topic was this particular math paper, how he hadn’t finished it in class and why he refused to turn it in.
Now he’s saying that he doesn’t know why he didn’t turn it in, because it was done…..
I just don’t understand what he’s doing and I’ve pretty much given up on the why.
His story kept changing and he was so obviously lying but he just kept going. To be completely honest, I don’t know if I’m more angry or heartbroken….
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