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In middleschool we were in the bus, I was flipping off some friend of mine because they were doing it to me too, but I was the one who got in big trouble for it. I got publicly embarrassed (this was probably the most embarrassing thing that has ever happened in my life) because I got yelled by the teacher infront of everyone on the bus .

Another time during freshman year, I was walking with a friend because she wanted to skip class and like the idiot I was, I followed her. Anyways during that time we were walking around the halls and a teacher came by and said "Get to class". Now my friend she said "alright" and I guess the teacher then stopped and misheard. She thought that my friend was cursing at her, so then she started yelling at us and arguing saying that my friend swore at her when she didnt. Because people aren't usually supposed to be in the hallway, (but there are usually allot of random people, usually people who always skip class are in the halls!!) she started questioning where we are going and well, it ended up terribly. She found out that we were skipping class and she dragged us back to our class, and started telling our teacher that we cursed at her and were skipping class. Now at that time I didnt say anything I just followed my friend and I ended up getting written up. Usually at my school allot of people would skip class and not get introuble, just dont get caught. However, since my friend got accused of swearing at a teacher we got caught. After all that I guess I do have myself to blame, I shouldnt have skip class, it probably wouldve saved my a lot of trouble.

I'm not the type of person to do bad things. This is one of my rare occasions where I've ever done anything "bad". Needless to say most of these things were my fault. What I learned from this, its always the good kids who get caught for doing, never the bad kids.
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Very mild in comparison to others' posts, but this comes to mind first:

In 4th grade we had planners. I forgot my homework for maybe the first time and being an uptight kid, I was already feeling bad.
The teacher wanted to see my planner and yelled at me for abbreviating "questions" to "q"s.
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In middleschool we were in the bus, I was flipping off some friend of mine because they were doing it to me too, but I was the one who got in big trouble for it. I got publicly embarrassed (this was probably the most embarrassing thing that has ever happened in my life) because I got yelled by the teacher infront of everyone on the bus .

Another time during freshman year, I was walking with a friend because she wanted to skip class and like the idiot I was, I followed her. Anyways during that time we were walking around the halls and a teacher came by and said "Get to class". Now my friend she said "alright" and I guess the teacher then stopped and misheard. She thought that my friend was cursing at her, so then she started yelling at us and arguing saying that my friend swore at her when she didnt. Because people aren't usually supposed to be in the hallway, (but there are usually allot of random people, usually people who always skip class are in the halls!!) she started questioning where we are going and well, it ended up terribly. She found out that we were skipping class and she dragged us back to our class, and started telling our teacher that we cursed at her and were skipping class. Now at that time I didnt say anything I just followed my friend and I ended up getting written up. Usually at my school allot of people would skip class and not get introuble, just dont get caught. However, since my friend got accused of swearing at a teacher we got caught. After all that I guess I do have myself to blame, I shouldnt have skip class, it probably wouldve saved my a lot of trouble.

I'm not the type of person to do bad things. This is one of my rare occasions where I've ever done anything "bad". Needless to say most of these things were my fault. What I learned from this, its always the good kids who get caught for doing, never the bad kids.


Your last line got me lol, I'm a "good kid" as in I am really smart and took really good classes and shit in school, but when I skipped(which was rare too) I never got caught. Either way, it's usually better to not do shit at all, because misunderstandings could fuck you over.
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Very mild in comparison to others' posts, but this comes to mind first:

In 4th grade we had planners. I forgot my homework for maybe the first time and being an uptight kid, I was already feeling bad.
The teacher wanted to see my planner and yelled at me for abbreviating "questions" to "q"s.
Scarred for life.


I've gotten in trouble for that exact same thing before too, it was really stupid.
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cyberfaust wrote:

Very mild in comparison to others' posts, but this comes to mind first:

In 4th grade we had planners. I forgot my homework for maybe the first time and being an uptight kid, I was already feeling bad.
The teacher wanted to see my planner and yelled at me for abbreviating "questions" to "q"s.
Scarred for life.


I've gotten in trouble for that exact same thing before too, it was really stupid.


Maybe we had the same teacher
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I actually have several stories, some you won't believe!

1. When I was in Big Lots with my mom (this does go back to getting in trouble at school) a man, and a boy came up to me. The man said I looked lonely, and asked if we could go somewhere and talk. Well I remember what I was taught in school, and said no as loud as I could, and kept saying no, while running back to my mom.

I was actually proud of myself, and went to school on Monday to brag to my teachers. Well my teacher said that the man might have really needed to have talked to someone, and I got an all day suspension for it. I seriously thought I did something wrong!

2. I don't know if this counts, but in middle school, I got kicked off the bus for saying the name of the bus drivers son. He asked me to tell his mom he would be riding another bus, so I got onto mine and said his name, instantly she kicked me off. So I laughed, and sat down. Well when she realized he wasn't coming, she started to freak out, and she called the principal. Well the principal asked me where her son was, and I said, I was going to tell her, but she kicked me off for saying his name!

Well instead f denying it, the bus driver told me that I was right, and I wasn't worthy to say her sons name. Needless to say her credibility diminished after that.

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SurvivingHorror wrote:

I actually have several stories, some you won't believe!

1. When I was in Big Lots with my mom (this does go back to getting in trouble at school) a man, and a boy came up to me. The man said I looked lonely, and asked if we could go somewhere and talk. Well I remember what I was taught in school, and said no as loud as I could, and kept saying no, while running back to my mom.

I was actually proud of myself, and went to school on Monday to brag to my teachers. Well my teacher said that the man might have really needed to have talked to someone, and I got an all day suspension for it. I seriously thought I did something wrong!

2. I don't know if this counts, but in middle school, I got kicked off the bus for saying the name of the bus drivers son. He asked me to tell his mom he would be riding another bus, so I got onto mine and said his name, instantly she kicked me off. So I laughed, and sat down. Well when she realized he wasn't coming, she started to freak out, and she called the principal. Well the principal asked me where her son was, and I said, I was going to tell her, but she kicked me off for saying his name!

Well instead f denying it, the bus driver told me that I was right, and I wasn't worthy to say her sons name. Needless to say her credibility diminished after that.



Not sure what's worse, the second one or the first.
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Posted 10/1/15 , edited 10/5/15

cyberfaust wrote:


TrickedMJ wrote:


cyberfaust wrote:

Very mild in comparison to others' posts, but this comes to mind first:

In 4th grade we had planners. I forgot my homework for maybe the first time and being an uptight kid, I was already feeling bad.
The teacher wanted to see my planner and yelled at me for abbreviating "questions" to "q"s.
Scarred for life.


I've gotten in trouble for that exact same thing before too, it was really stupid.


Maybe we had the same teacher


We've known each other for years now
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TrickedMJ wrote:


cyberfaust wrote:


TrickedMJ wrote:


cyberfaust wrote:

Very mild in comparison to others' posts, but this comes to mind first:

In 4th grade we had planners. I forgot my homework for maybe the first time and being an uptight kid, I was already feeling bad.
The teacher wanted to see my planner and yelled at me for abbreviating "questions" to "q"s.
Scarred for life.


I've gotten in trouble for that exact same thing before too, it was really stupid.


Maybe we had the same teacher


We've known each other for years now


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Not sure what's worse, the second one or the first.

To be honest, I always felt like the first was worst. It really made me feel like I had done something wrong by walking away from a complete stranger who wanted to take me off somewhere.
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Idk, I got in trouble for farting in the middle of reading time in 5th grade, that's about it...

My friend got suspended for 3 days for "raping" this girl, even though he accidentally touched her in the hallways with his hand on her arm.
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cyberfaust wrote:


TrickedMJ wrote:


cyberfaust wrote:


TrickedMJ wrote:


cyberfaust wrote:

Very mild in comparison to others' posts, but this comes to mind first:

In 4th grade we had planners. I forgot my homework for maybe the first time and being an uptight kid, I was already feeling bad.
The teacher wanted to see my planner and yelled at me for abbreviating "questions" to "q"s.
Scarred for life.


I've gotten in trouble for that exact same thing before too, it was really stupid.


Maybe we had the same teacher


We've known each other for years now




Them eyebrows, but her reaction was cute.
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Not sure what's worse, the second one or the first.

To be honest, I always felt like the first was worst. It really made me feel like I had done something wrong by walking away from a complete stranger who wanted to take me off somewhere.


What's worse is doing something you were taught to do and getting in trouble for it.
Posted 10/1/15
In grade school I was (speed?) walking in the lunch room with my friend and I dropped my metal water bottle and we both got detention for a week for "violently running in the lunchroom and disrupting people."
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I also got in trouble when I was in elementary school, I used to make a lottery (take a piece of paper and color it in one color that is not white, black, or brown and then cover it completely in black and hide a number in it under all the colors) then people would give me their lunch money for a chance to win the jackpot (50% of everyone's lunch money). Some kid who lost told the teacher that I stole his money and I had to give everyone's money back.
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