By wasliedtoasakid - 13/04/2016 02:34 - United States - Turlock
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Hello! OP, here. I appreciate the comments, especially the hilarious sarcasm and puns haha! :D So here's the full story: I just came out of the gym after P.E. (before the bell rang so everybody was still in class) and there was this kid like 30 ft away (going to the bathroom, I assume) and since my hair was really messy, I took out my brush, which is one of those full-size brushes that folds. So apparently this kid thought I had a pocket knife or a switchblade or something because of the way I unfolded the brush (image the same motion you would use to crack a whip or flick a wand or whatever - that's how I opened it because my hands were full). Also, I guess the kid thinks that I brush my hair with a yellow knife...? Anyway, he reported me. I got sent to the Dean and I explained what happened and showed him the "weapon." Luckily, he believed me and not that shit-for-brains kid, so I didn't actually get expelled.
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Try threatening them with your "weapon" and maybe they'll think twice about expelling you.
It's okay OP, I got detention once in 2nd grade for bringing a knife to school so that I could make a sandwich at lunch time
ive never seen a plastic steak, fillet, carving etc knife... arent they all butter knifes? Catching shit over a travel sized plastic hairbrush is extreme. If they are using the thought process that "anything can be a weapon in the right hands" then every tool you use for school would be contraban. like pencils, graph kits, shoe laces etc. Id say appeal to their common sense but the fact that you were almost supended for carrying a brush says it all. good luck lol
I once set fire to the classroom floor in forth grade when demonstrating how I learned to make a fire using flint, steel, and dryer lint. I got an 'A' on the assignment (I think it was native American studies). If I did that today I'd probably be expelled, labeled a terrorist, arrested, tried for terrorism, and be sent to Gitmo for the rest of my life.
Ah, the criminal act of brushing a person to death. Don't see that often.
Because kids bringing actual weapons to school is becoming more common in this day in age, and some schools probably have to deal with this sort of thing regularly. I agree that schools can get ridiculous handling this sort of thing most of the time, but these days, you never know who's not a threat and who actually is a threat.