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March 24, 2013 by Niko K

10 things to do with a ‘holy’ sock for Edublogs student Challenge3

  1. Cut it into pieces of cloth for rags.
  2. Raise it as a flag; only if you surrender…
  3. Use the holes to your advantage and make a glove!
  4. Wrap the sock around your conveniently wounded hand and make a bandage.
  5. Burn It! Who needs socks anyway?
  6. Become a Hobbit! Cut out threads and  attach them like hairs to your feet.
  7. Wrap it around your knee for protection. You shall never become a guard!
  8. Soak it in lighter fluid, fill it with fireworks, light it, and I shouldn’t have to say this, but run.
  9. Become an innkeeper and use it to polish bottles.
  10. Bury it , the sock is now dead to us.

 


4 comments »

  1. Katie says:

    That is the funniest post I’ve read about sock ideas! Blowing stuff up is pretty fun. 😀
    You should check up my blog 😉
    ~Katie ;D http://kp0460kp0460.edublogs.org/

  2. Mrs. Kriese says:

    Love the Hobbit idea…and #8 made me smile :- )

  3. eilianalw600 says:

    LOL! HA HA THIS TOTALLY MADE ME LAUGH! I LOVE THE LAST ONE AND THE ONE ABOUT THE HOBBIT. THIS WAS REALLY FUNNY. I THINK I MIGHT USE SOME OF THESE METHODS WITH MY OLD SOCKS! OH AND DON’T MIND ALL THE CAPITALS BECAUSE MY COMPUTER HAS BEEN TYPING LIKE THIS FOR THE WHOLE DAY.

  4. Sydney M. says:

    Niko,
    I absolutely loved your post for this blogging challenge. Very funny! I especially loved the ideas of burning the sock and burying the sock. I liked when you said to bury the sock because it is now “dead to us”. That is hilarious! I really enjoyed reading this blogging challenge post and I hope you continue to post more. Keep up the great work! Please check out my blog as well! – http://www.sydneymoportfolio2013.blogspot.com

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