168
Add a comment
You must be logged in to be able to post comments!
Create my account Sign in
Top comments
Comments
Reply

In Somalia, the literacy rate is 50% for men and 25% for women. In America, it's almost 100%. I'll admit that sounds pretty sucky, buy just be thankful for your opportunity to get an education.

Reply

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

Reply

33 - Just look at the grammar and spelling of your sentence. Then think about what people who say "one day won't make them stupid" can do to society... Edit: Looks like 41 beat me... ;)

Reply

A similar situation happened to me. One morning swim practice the lifeguards didn't show up on time. There is a rule that if they don't show up for a half hour, we can go home. They showed up 27 minutes later. >:(

Reply

97- you're missing the point, the point is that OP got really close to being dismissed from school, and just when his hopes got high, the universe spit in his face. it wouldn't matter if the time limit was an hour or just ten minutes.

Reply

My school, it's 15 minutes. But we have back up generators so we never get a power outage....

Reply

One time, our power went out here in the whole town for about two or three days. We went without power for one day at school, then all the other days we got to stay home.

Reply

We mean, that with school, you could have perhaps become a functioning member of society, rather than an illiterate dumbass. Or, a would-be troll, whatever this is.

Reply

Getting out of school is exciting! One time last year (I was a junior) we got out of a whole 90 minute block because our teacher was busy and they forgot she had a class at the time. XD

Reply

I had something similar happen. One time in 10th grade, our history teacher had a meeting, and the sub never showed up. It was awesome xD

Reply

Lol I had a fire at my school, you could see a line of students going home and the others standing outside, for a long time. Needless to say I gtfo. Good Day.

Reply

Lol I had a fire at my school, you could see a line of students going home and the others standing outside, for a long time. Needless to say I gtfo. Good Day.

Reply

When 9/11 happened ( I believe it was grade 10 for me ) the school let us take the day off. No disrespect to what happened that awful day, I was just giving my short story of time off school

Reply

I do anti-bullying and anti-homophobia presentations at schools and a lot of schools give us the entire afternoon, so I let kids out early. I'm just a nice guy like that.

Reply

Somebody called a bomb threat at my school once when I was a niner. We got half the day off and the school had to call the bus company to send busses to evacuate everyone. Man, that day was the 'bomb'.

Reply

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

Reply

In my opinion it's difficult comparing college to high school. In high school, for the most part, it's a free education in college when you have to pay for it you tend to take it more seriously or at least in my case.

Reply

So you're telling me when you were in highschool, you wouldn't want to get out early? Why do people try to be like kids these days when they were kids once... some must have forgot what being a kid is like i guess.

Reply

I actually think college is easier than high school; there's less responsibility and most of my professors don't even count homework as part of the grade.

Reply

53- That is an adenine, ribose, and three phosphate groups attached in your picture isn't it you sly little devil? Oh ATP, how I love thee.

Oh, I know how that feels! Someone probably jinxed it by packing up and getting ready to head home, didn't they?

Reply

142 She's taking a shit, obviously. Lol Or..... Maybe you pooped on her? I mean your name is something along the lines of "I pooped blah blah..."?

At my school we've stayed all day without lights...you guys have a much better chance of going home then we do

Reply

Our schools have automatic generators so if it goes out during the day we stay there, but if it goes out before school we just stay home (and the generator runs all day anyway)

Wow, it was different at my school. Our power went out for half the day and we stayed there, no A/C and they could not cook any food for lunch. FYL OP.

Loading data…