Thread: remembering stuff they banned back in school

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    • 13 years 1 month ago
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    DAMMIT I HATE SCHOOL!! nowadays school is sucky...

    one thing that pisses me off is that we aint allowed to curse!!! but we did it anyway!! THEY HAVE NO RIGHT TO TELL US NOT TO!!

    I MEAN THEY CURSE A HELL OF A LOT MORE THAN WE DO!!!
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    • 13 years 1 month ago
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    Uhh.. avatar, could you please cool it on the caps, thanks.
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    • 13 years 1 month ago
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    I agree
    School sucks.
    I remember 2 of my teachers were resentful towards me;
    NOT JUST because I was naughty, but because they weren't used to teaching boys or girls who are capable of making their own decisions and stuff. They were both more suited to boys and girls with more severe (spelling? ) autism.

    Quote by avatar_ayumi
    DAMMIT I HATE SCHOOL!! nowadays school is sucky...

    one thing that pisses me off is that we aint allowed to curse!!! but we did it anyway!! THEY HAVE NO RIGHT TO TELL US NOT TO!!

    I MEAN THEY CURSE A HELL OF A LOT MORE THAN WE DO!!!
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    • 13 years 1 month ago
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    Quote by gino2004
    You'll never hear this quote:
    "Remember that time in 4th grade when we learned how to do long division! Hoo-ray for learning!"

    but you'll always hear this quote:
    "Remember when we watched every episode of Family Guy and stayed up and ate cold pizza? Then failed that test? That was awesome!"


    Your second quote doesn't prove your point because that's something that happens outside the classroom.

    But any good educational experience WILL give you good memories of fun lessons, activities, and school field trips. That's what school is about. Fun in learning. But these days school is only used as a fashion runway and social scene.

    That's not a school experience, you can do all of those things at home.
    • 13 years 1 month ago
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    My son will not be allowed to wear a haloween costume to school


    niether will my daughter, or son--it makes me very upset that my kids won't be able to look forward to those fun holidays, like we use to. it helped me get through the year a little easier. now there aren't any x-mas recitles, halloween parades, or even cupcakes on st. patty's day, or valentine's day. there should be a way to make these holidays ok for everyone, of every religion. can't the pta's come up with alternatives to these days, just so our children can have a little fun like we use to??? taking things like this away from our kids is just making thier lives too serious, at such an early age. bring back fun at school!!!
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    • 13 years 1 month ago
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    I agree!

    Over here in the UK, Schools are trying too hard to get kids eating healthier foods.
    They are awful! Nosing in on packed lunches and stuff. Those *******s.
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    • 13 years 1 month ago
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    Quote by Sunriser
    Quote by gino2004
    You'll never hear this quote:
    "Remember that time in 4th grade when we learned how to do long division! Hoo-ray for learning!"

    but you'll always hear this quote:
    "Remember when we watched every episode of Family Guy and stayed up and ate cold pizza? Then failed that test? That was awesome!"


    Your second quote doesn't prove your point because that's something that happens outside the classroom.

    But any good educational experience WILL give you good memories of fun lessons, activities, and school field trips. That's what school is about. Fun in learning. But these days school is only used as a fashion runway and social scene.

    That's not a school experience, you can do all of those things at home.


    too bad learning is NOT fun!!!!!! school is literaly MADE to be a social scene!! its been that way for damn near...well... FOREVER!!!!
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    • 13 years 1 month ago
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    All I can remember are Pokemon cards being banned. Tamagotchis may have been, as well. I'm not sure if POGs were banned, but they were often stolen.
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    • 13 years 1 month ago
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    Quote by Sunriser
    Quote by gino2004
    You'll never hear this quote:
    "Remember that time in 4th grade when we learned how to do long division! Hoo-ray for learning!"

    but you'll always hear this quote:
    "Remember when we watched every episode of Family Guy and stayed up and ate cold pizza? Then failed that test? That was awesome!"


    Your second quote doesn't prove your point because that's something that happens outside the classroom.

    But any good educational experience WILL give you good memories of fun lessons, activities, and school field trips. That's what school is about. Fun in learning. But these days school is only used as a fashion runway and social scene.

    That's not a school experience, you can do all of those things at home.


    Fine, how about "Remember when we cut class and got a Double-Double Burger at In-n-Out (mmm, Double Double aggghhhhhh) and then had work detail during lunch, but snuck out of that to get another hamburger at In-n-Out? Awe-SOME!"

    My best memories of high school was laughing at the antics of the students (some kid throwing a chicken in the classroom and another kid streaking in the locker room) and the stupid things my teachers said. I don't remember my first foray into the majestic wonders of Pre-Calculus and the splendor of memorizing the god-damn Periodic Table.

    High school is filled with shithead teachers who don't realize that the difference between an A and a B is the deciding factor for most colleges. My spanish teacher wouldn't raise my 79.3 to a 80.0 because of moralistic reasons, I mean, just do it bitch, I try hard so just gimme the B. These teachers don't get it. Screw with the idiots who never come to class and fail every test, but be a little lenient on the students who try. They have the student's future in their hands and they really don't give a shit about it. They rip you a new asshole and if your smart, you escape by socializing a bit and cutting a few classes. The only people in high school who had fun were the people who stopped staying up past 3am to study for the last 50 years of U.S. history. My friend and I learned that senior year. High school is too fucking flawed and stupid to take seriously. I mean, a 4.0 isn't even good enough anymore, fuck that! Go to junior college for 2 years and go wherever the fuck you wanna go. Don't kill yourself for 4 years when you should be having fun.
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    Quote by sizz_leteen
    All I can remember are Pokemon cards being banned. Tamagotchis may have been, as well. I'm not sure if POGs were banned, but they were often stolen.


    Them pokemon cards are terrorism!!!!
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    Quote by santuel
    Quote by sizz_leteen
    All I can remember are Pokemon cards being banned. Tamagotchis may have been, as well. I'm not sure if POGs were banned, but they were often stolen.


    Them pokemon cards are terrorism!!!!


    If you don't buy pokemon cards, The terroists have won.
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    • 13 years 1 month ago
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    Gino, while I will agree that school has gotten too bloated, unstable, and crappy.. Oooh, and did I mention, BLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOATED. Just like vista.

    could you cut down on your use of curse words, thanks.
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    Uh, saying "fuck" is a perk of being an adult and not a child So fuck no!

    Aight...
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    Uh dude.. this IS in the rules...
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    HA, relax
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    Quote by adventure_of_link
    Gino, while I will agree that school has gotten too bloated, unstable, and crappy.. Oooh, and did I mention, BLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOATED. Just like vista.

    could you cut down on your use of curse words, thanks.


    LOL! I'd like to see Microsoft run the school system.
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    • 12 years 9 months ago
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    this might sound stupid, but hats were banned in my school for about 2 years. if you were wearing one, they would take them and give them to charity no questions asked. as well as camcorders and laser pointers. you can bring camcorders and hats back to school, but if you are found with a laser pointer, you get suspended
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    Quote by Brick
    this might sound stupid, but hats were banned in my school for about 2 years. if you were wearing one, they would take them and give them to charity no questions asked. as well as camcorders and laser pointers. you can bring camcorders and hats back to school, but if you are found with a laser pointer, you get suspended



    my geo teacher took my hat off my head once and put it one of those big paper cutter deals with the giant blade and cut my hat clean in half then hung it on the wall as a notice.
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    • 12 years 9 months ago
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    as far as i know hats were always banned in my schools
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    Quote by adventure_of_link
    as far as i know hats were always banned in my schools


    Mine too unless they were rain hats, or Blossom hats.
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