A way to make people realize their situation is not as important as they think, or would like to think. Especially handy when dealing with math teachers.
Mrs Garrison: you haven't turned in your math homework!
Student: There are starving children in Africa!
Mrs Garrison: That is so true...wow, that really lets me see my life through another perspective. I give you an A!
Student: Thank you, starving children in Africa!
by Angelacia June 14, 2007
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