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Posted 6/19/15

Sogno- wrote:

well it's not that interesting but my panties were found in the teacher's lounge one time



Come off it... your joking right?
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Everything that went down in my Spanish 3 class this year. That was the funnest class I've ever had but I didn't learn shit.
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Posted 6/19/15
does evading security gaurds count as something funny? if so, then ya know, thats one of my stories from High School
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Last school year my friend try making a potato farm in his lock and he left one potato in his locker for 5 months. During the 5 months he would water it and after a while his locker started to smell terrible. Stuff started to grow on it and it got all moldy, well everyone started to smell it and one girl reported it and when he went to check the potato the day after it was missing.
Posted 6/19/15

MonoDreams wrote:

does evading security gaurds count as something funny? if so, then ya know, thats one of my stories from High School


Care to elaborate???
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Posted 6/19/15 , edited 6/19/15
Locker room incident in middle school. Our gym class's changing rooms are right next to each other and they're only separated by a door. It's closed and locked while we're in there for obvious reasons but they open the door up during non-class hours to store stuff in there. So we're the first class of the day and whichever coach's job it was that day forgot to close the door all the way and it blew open while we were changing. Pretty much everybody got a clear shot at each other...at least five girls saw me full on before I could jump behind someone else.

Also my AP Chemistry class from last year, if we were supposed to be the high achievers of our school we did not do a good job of showing it. Average class day was 80 minutes jokes and stories, 10 minutes of actual work, and a lifetime of learning to use the curve to our advantage.
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Posted 6/19/15

potentsativa wrote:


MonoDreams wrote:

does evading security gaurds count as something funny? if so, then ya know, thats one of my stories from High School


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I would skip some classess at the last 10 minutes, then wonder around the halls, walking away from the security gaurds right in front of them until they gave up trying to catch me
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Posted 6/19/15
Even professors have fun with each other. Just remembered this story. I was making chili in the microwave for lunch one day. Anyone who's done this knows it makes a lot of noise. *bang* *crash* *pop*

Out of the blue comes this voice, "Could you please let the cat out of the microwave?"
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Posted 6/19/15 , edited 6/19/15

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Another time, we were dissecting a cow eyeball. The scalpels were terribly dull. People were really squeamish but I was enjoying myself thoroughly. One of the squeamish girls cut into the retina and the juice popped out and went all over her shirt and she screamed. I felt bad but I laughed.


Honestly I would of probably laughed too. At least it didn't hit her in the eye, that would of been Ironic.


Totally her fault for not sawing at the membrane but stabbing at it with an underhand grip instead. It went down her shirt and she had to go to the bathroom. I heard she puked but I didn't see it myself. I just don't get why people are so squeamish. I eat raw or undercooked meat or fish often and I like to eat blood products. A body without a mind, to me, is just a piece of meat. Just as I can break down a whole animal (like a whole fresh fish or chicken) in the kitchen, I can break down a fresh or preserved specimen in a gross anatomy lab. I have no doubt that I can do the same with a human body, so that's why I'm considering a career as an embalmer/mortician.

Thankfully, we all had goggles. Highly concentrated formaldehyde solution in someone's eye is the last thing a school would want.
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Posted 6/19/15

Sogno- wrote:

well it's not that interesting but my panties were found in the teacher's lounge one time



...how is that not interesting?! D:
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Posted 6/19/15
So we had a speech class (oral communications) in high school that was mandatory, but it was really considered a blow-off class so everyone usually waited to take it until their last semester. I, unfortunately, was not aware of this and ended up taking it a full year and a half before almost everyone else, and i got stuck in a small classroom full of less than enthused students; And for a speech class, there sure wasn't a whole lot of talking going on. Every single lecture was exactly the same, the teacher would take pauses between sentences, and try as she might she could never get the class to participate so she rarely asked questions (even when she did i was usually the only one to give a legitimate answer). But the main reason why nobody really cared for the class was simply because it boiled down to 4 different speeches that you had to give and those 4 grades were the only ones in the entire course.

So one of the last speeches that we had to give was a demonstrative speech, your basic how-to on pretty much anything you wanted to do. Now most people did stuff like baking cookies or making burgers or something very simple which everyone already knew how to do. (I honestly can't even remember what i did my speech over). But one kid in the class was a very quiet individual, he usually came to work wearing an ICP t-shirt and wearing his hair in a mowhawk. Tyler was definitely a colorful individual and always had a taste for the eccentric, and being a big fan of the WWE, he decided that he wanted to do his speech on making a breakaway table. Now we had to let the teacher know exactly what we wanted to do our speeches on so she could write them down, and we had to bring all of our own supplies, and i guess she didn't really understand what a breakaway table was, so she just wrote it down.

It had been a fairly boring school day up until that class and i had already given my speech on the previous day so i pretty much just had to sit and listen for the next forty minutes. Tyler had opted to go last on giving his speech as a sort of 'grand finale", and with 7 minutes to the bell, he decided to keep it short. Tyler went into the closet and brought out his supplies for the speech: a single particleboard table that had been modified for demonstrative purposes. He set this up and the front of the classroom and then very quietly and calmly explaining the procedure that had been performed on this particular example of a breakaway. I listened with intent as he explained how to remove the reinforcing bands around the edge and how to properly saw through the support bars and up to about 1/4" away from the top in the center of the board, the entire time watching the look of unease spread across the teachers face. Tyler concluded his speech concisely just as the rest of us had, and then he climbed on top of the front desk of the class and elbow dropped his way through the table.

It would be learned later that the familiar looking table had come from one of the older classrooms at the school and that Tyler had come in earlier in the morning and sawed through it using the pliers and saw that he had brought from home. He was bound to get expelled at some point i was sure, but he actually got away with only 1 week of SUCCESS. Unfortunately the teacher gave him an F on the speech, but i give him an A for effort
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So we had a speech class (oral communications) in high school that was mandatory, but it was really considered a blow-off class so everyone usually waited to take it until their last semester. I, unfortunately, was not aware of this and ended up taking it a full year and a half before almost everyone else, and i got stuck in a small classroom full of less than enthused students; And for a speech class, there sure wasn't a whole lot of talking going on. Every single lecture was exactly the same, the teacher would take pauses between sentences, and try as she might she could never get the class to participate so she rarely asked questions (even when she did i was usually the only one to give a legitimate answer). But the main reason why nobody really cared for the class was simply because it boiled down to 4 different speeches that you had to give and those 4 grades were the only ones in the entire course.

So one of the last speeches that we had to give was a demonstrative speech, your basic how-to on pretty much anything you wanted to do. Now most people did stuff like baking cookies or making burgers or something very simple which everyone already knew how to do. (I honestly can't even remember what i did my speech over). But one kid in the class was a very quiet individual, he usually came to work wearing an ICP t-shirt and wearing his hair in a mowhawk. Tyler was definitely a colorful individual and always had a taste for the eccentric, and being a big fan of the WWE, he decided that he wanted to do his speech on making a breakaway table. Now we had to let the teacher know exactly what we wanted to do our speeches on so she could write them down, and we had to bring all of our own supplies, and i guess she didn't really understand what a breakaway table was, so she just wrote it down.

It had been a fairly boring school day up until that class and i had already given my speech on the previous day so i pretty much just had to sit and listen for the next forty minutes. Tyler had opted to go last on giving his speech as a sort of 'grand finale", and with 7 minutes to the bell, he decided to keep it short. Tyler went into the closet and brought out his supplies for the speech: a single particleboard table that had been modified for demonstrative purposes. He set this up and the front of the classroom and then very quietly and calmly explaining the procedure that had been performed on this particular example of a breakaway. I listened with intent as he explained how to remove the reinforcing bands around the edge and how to properly saw through the support bars and up to about 1/4" away from the top in the center of the board, the entire time watching the look of unease spread across the teachers face. Tyler concluded his speech concisely just as the rest of us had, and then he climbed on top of the front desk of the class and elbow dropped his way through the table.

It would be learned later that the familiar looking table had come from one of the older classrooms at the school and that Tyler had come in earlier in the morning and sawed through it using the pliers and saw that he had brought from home. He was bound to get expelled at some point i was sure, but he actually got away with only 1 week of SUCCESS. Unfortunately the teacher gave him an F on the speech, but i give him an A for effort


You know, it's funny you mention that. Our students have to take a class on presentations. They do a 5 minute, 10 minute, 20 minute, and 50 minute presentation. Most are afraid of that class. They wait until 3rd or 4th semester to take it. But really, it ends up being a really interesting class. I love the topics they come up with. As an instructor, I guide them, but not much more than that. It's a good class for us to have.
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Posted 6/19/15
Im always this one girl, before the winter break starts, who wears a christmas tree costume while taking the first sem finals.
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Posted 6/20/15
When my friend's dad was in High School, one of his classmates in his auto class took a can of gasoline, drenched the wall with it, and lit the wall on fire.

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