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On one hand, I'm wondering why you slept on the floor, but on the other, the very idea of a clean, cool floor in an empty classroom, is making me feel sleepy. It's late. I'm tired.

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#10, a desk does sound more practical than the floor. At least to me, it does. That is, I mean resting their head on a desk, while sitting in a chair. That's how I napped during class.

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On one hand, I'm wondering why you slept on the floor, but on the other, the very idea of a clean, cool floor in an empty classroom, is making me feel sleepy. It's late. I'm tired.

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I'm pretty sure he was trying to make a joke about how it's Africa and because of that everything they do is weird and/or primitive. It was a dumb joke.

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Please, we all know that school floors are full of saliva, dirt, and literal shit particles. I wouldn't dare touch the floors with anything that's not my shoes.

I could never get comfortable enough to fall asleep in a classroom. I'm always paranoid that I'm going to do something embarrassing in my sleep. Like talk, twitch, snore, or God forbid.... toot.

Your lucky I have a prankster side. I would've drawn on your face, oh I wanna know how you slept threw the school bell.

Better to awaken in a puddle of drool than a puddle of urine. Your choice to use puddle makes me curious. Personally I've always Felt that to qualify as a puddle a body of water ( or other liquid) must meet at least one of the following criteria - A) large enough for a small child to splash in. B) big enough to accommodate at least two ducklings. C) thoroughly soak an adult foot through the shoe to the sock

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