| DuPage County, IL, USA | Math & Science, Religion

(I’m in geometry class, and we are reviewing the names of different polygons with partners.)

Partner: *pointing at shapes on the worksheet* “Rectangle… triangle… pentagram.”

Me: “Uh… I think you mean a pentaGON, because… well, I’m pretty sure a pentagram means something else.”

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