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History, physics & English... Those were the subjects that I liked the most English because I do pretty decent for what the standards are History... Well, actually I hate history about my own country, but mostly because it's boring, then again I love history about such things as the year of the samurais... Napoleon... When Russia was the soviet union... things like this :D
Physics... because I like to understand how the world works, even though I got really bad grades there.. (Probably because I wasn't listening much) But that's because of my friends, not the class being boring xD
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Back in high school, two years ago.

AP English Comp/Lit, my teacher was a true Grammar Nazi and very eccentric in behavior and appearance. He had an obsession over wombats, would stand outside his classroom waving a picture of a pug to whoever passed by close enough, had a fine taste in classical music and literature. Always corrected students even during verbal conversation. Here's a 6' 7", Caucasian, Polish speaking, bald man doing all this.

History, the teacher knew literally every single detail of events, like the Battle of Ramree Isles, where I think hundreds of Japanese soldiers were crocodile caused fatalities, or the many sexual innuendos he would throw in to evoke laughter, one instance of this during a lesson being: "The Egyptian pharaoh bloodline practiced incest; aunt mother-in-laws to nephews, sisters to...I don't even know what to call this one, but I can guarantee that this person is at least in their fifties. Old and conniving. Is this looking like a dysfunctional family to you? Makes the British royal family look normal." This teacher though was very old.

P.E. teacher, an old Japanese man, who was very strict with fitness. Every Monday was a mile and every Monday was a welcome for once. if you walked you'd repeat it, no one ever contested. Then every following day he'd raise that run to include an additional mile, at the end of the week it'd be a timed five mile run. Suffice to say our P.E. class and half our class year was to be the epitome of cardiovascular health and stamina. Same went for weights, push-ups, pull-ups, sit-ups. He was a lot more demanding of the males and Asian students in particular. Too bad he retired before he could chew out the subsequent class years.

AP Psychology, teacher looked like Shaggy from Scooby-Doo albeit always wearing sandals, had a nervous tick where no matter how loud the class was he could discern and single out the noise of crumpling paper which always offset him. Had a doctorate's degree in clinical psychology and he described in verbatim "I have @#$%& up a lot of peoples' minds over the years, you all might walk out if I told you, but less than half of them ever recovered".

There was one Chem/Physics teacher that I am certain was on psychosis medication, cool guy, never had a class with him, though my Chem class was located next to his. A few students would chill out in his classroom during lunch or nutrition, he and I talked about RPG and MMO games a lot during then, even met a few times online for PvE games. He supposedly always lectures at the ceiling never making eye contact, rode a motorcycle to school, and would sometimes go into a "rant" due to his condition then be absent for long periods of time following his rant.

I would say my teachers made school enjoyable.
Posted 2/26/13 , edited 2/26/13
Primarily maths, secondarily physics.

Not talking about school though, just books.
Posted 2/26/13
I guess crunchyroll deletes forum posts now, sounds enjoyable.
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I would sometimes enjoy the slight debates in Spanish class, the drama in Biology, and so on. Generally my teachers were friendly and I got along with them most of the time since I would get good grades. Some of them were even considered my friends even though they were my superiors most of the time.
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for me it has to be economics. it's never a dull moment when i go to that class.
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Wells, it was history... But i got misleading info from a sub about my assignment and now im failing i also think i failed the test the same day.. Fate i guess?
Posted 2/26/13

PrincessLunza wrote:

Despite being someone who is rather lackadaisical in school, I have a tendency to get good results. Besides, who cares about that anyway, that's not even why I'm starting this topic.

I was wondering what class or subject you have/had the most fun in in school, if any. With some exceptions.

So, excluding P.E., Home economics and Art, what is/was the subject you have/had the most fun in in schoo
l?

For me, surprisingly, it's maths! My teacher kinda turns a blind eye to me and my friend talking, because we always get the highest results, and therefore it's a chance for me to have a laugh.


Lol, google the word opinion.
I had no fun in those classes at all, language arts and earlier dismissal was the best.
Either way I loved school.
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Lol there is no fun class.
I just like hanging with my peeps.

Wait there was ONE class. Back in 9th grade. Fine Art Survey. Me and like 2 other freshman just so happen to be put into a class for seniors only cause there were no room in other courses.
We.did.nothing in that class. Hanging out with seniors (too fun) >:]

The only time we did work was when the class just got out of control but that was rare. As long as we showed up we passed. Like from Sister Act 2 (except it was a public school not catholic) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezYEZRHTK8s

Lol Bird course

There was even a time for like 2-3 months that we were a choir but that ended cause we got too bad.

I passed that class with a B only because I skipped a few times.
Posted 2/27/13
Lunch time ~ its always about THE LUNCH TIME !
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Nyuboom wrote:

I guess crunchyroll deletes forum posts now, sounds enjoyable.


They are censoring us.
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-Vega- wrote:


Nyuboom wrote:

I guess crunchyroll deletes forum posts now, sounds enjoyable.


They are censoring us.


Those beepers.
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Nyuboom wrote:


-Vega- wrote:


Nyuboom wrote:

I guess crunchyroll deletes forum posts now, sounds enjoyable.


They are censoring us.


Those beepers.


LOL. Yup.
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Realtaliation wrote:

Back in high school, two years ago.

AP English Comp/Lit, my teacher was a true Grammar Nazi and very eccentric in behavior and appearance. He had an obsession over wombats, would stand outside his classroom waving a picture of a pug to whoever passed by close enough, had a fine taste in classical music and literature. Always corrected students even during verbal conversation. Here's a 6' 7", Caucasian, Polish speaking, bald man doing all this.

History, the teacher knew literally every single detail of events, like the Battle of Ramree Isles, where I think hundreds of Japanese soldiers were crocodile caused fatalities, or the many sexual innuendos he would throw in to evoke laughter, one instance of this during a lesson being: "The Egyptian pharaoh bloodline practiced incest; aunt mother-in-laws to nephews, sisters to...I don't even know what to call this one, but I can guarantee that this person is at least in their fifties. Old and conniving. Is this looking like a dysfunctional family to you? Makes the British royal family look normal." This teacher though was very old.

P.E. teacher, an old Japanese man, who was very strict with fitness. Every Monday was a mile and every Monday was a welcome for once. if you walked you'd repeat it, no one ever contested. Then every following day he'd raise that run to include an additional mile, at the end of the week it'd be a timed five mile run. Suffice to say our P.E. class and half our class year was to be the epitome of cardiovascular health and stamina. Same went for weights, push-ups, pull-ups, sit-ups. He was a lot more demanding of the males and Asian students in particular. Too bad he retired before he could chew out the subsequent class years.

AP Psychology, teacher looked like Shaggy from Scooby-Doo albeit always wearing sandals, had a nervous tick where no matter how loud the class was he could discern and single out the noise of crumpling paper which always offset him. Had a doctorate's degree in clinical psychology and he described in verbatim "I have @#$%& up a lot of peoples' minds over the years, you all might walk out if I told you, but less than half of them ever recovered".

There was one Chem/Physics teacher that I am certain was on psychosis medication, cool guy, never had a class with him, though my Chem class was located next to his. A few students would chill out in his classroom during lunch or nutrition, he and I talked about RPG and MMO games a lot during then, even met a few times online for PvE games. He supposedly always lectures at the ceiling never making eye contact, rode a motorcycle to school, and would sometimes go into a "rant" due to his condition then be absent for long periods of time following his rant.

I would say my teachers made school enjoyable.


haha you must have had an awesome four years!
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In secondary school and college (UK age 10-18 education) it was pretty nice since it was all so easym they really didnt stretch you at all so I just goofed off all the time every day and still got top grades. Pathetic education system designed for the lowest denominator, gotta love it
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