At Highlands University in the ‘80s, a secretary I used to know circulated a sheet that contained clever descriptions of the college hierarchy.
It started with the dean, who was “able to leap tall buildings at a single bound” and was “more powerful than a locomotive.”
The department head could leap Quonset huts and sometimes win a tug-of-war with a switch engine.
The full professor left scuff marks trying to leap over a chair. The lowly instructor would trip over his own shoes.
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