Friday, October 3, 2014

Too... early...

I left the house at 6:15am (6:15am!!!!!) to get to Bellarmine in time for Teacher Excellence Day. Our presentation on "Journey of Faith" is in the Administration Building. I don't know what a jugable infraction is but it sounds pretty bad.

5 comments:

frJ said...

It is even scarier when you know the meaning:

In Jesuit school terms "JUG" stands for
"Judgment under God"

frJ said...

Of course the official explanation is that the term JUG is derived from the Latin word jugum, meaning yoke or burden.

Tootsie said...

Good Grief, they are serious about infractions

joannamauselina said...

What if you just want to use the ladies'? There is a very nice one in there.

Jerry Cronkhite said...

I prefer the more positive
jugable Spanish Etymology
jugar (“to play”) +‎ -able.
Adjective jugable m, f (plural jugables)- playable