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What's the worst thing you've ever done in school?

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    (Original post by someonesomewherexx)
    That's not good advertisment for your business is it :confused:
    Meh, anything at the age of 16 or below is largely irrelevant. More importantly, I'd like to think that what happens in one's school is meaningless when it comes to the working world.

    All that matters is what I produce in results. Any client who's petty enough to hold something which is nothing to do with them against me is neither worth my time nor my effort.
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    My friend lent a teacher his memory stick and 2 minutes later he remembered he had porn on it...
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    I used to bunk off school all the time in Year 9. Always came in late in Year 10 and 11 because I had kind of an anxiety problem and was scared to go to Registration.

    Other than my less than average attendance I was quite a good girl in school, apart from sometimes messing around and this one time that I had an acrylic paint fight with this boy in my Art class.
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    We had a cover teacher taking out registration.

    Before she walked in the room, one of the guys in the class turned his table around and faced the back. Let's call him Jeff.

    She came in and ignored him, began teaching, then about five minutes later she went back out of the classroom.

    We all switched our tables to face the back, apart from the guy who was orginally facing backwards who switched to face the front.

    She got kinda annoyed, and said she was gonna go fetch the head of year, which she then left the classroom to do.

    Whilst she was gone, all of us took our stuff and climbed out of the window and went to McDonalds, apart from Jeff.

    When the teacher came back with our head of year, they were really suprised just to see Jeff. Jeff pretended that he was the only one in as everyone else was really sick. They believed him and sent home the cover teacher...
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    (Original post by Joeyboy 12)
    My friend lent a teacher his memory stick and 2 minutes later he remembered he had porn on it...
    Honestly, that's what I call a cool story bro. Such a riveting tale, I honestly copy and pasted it to word, saved on my hard drive, backed it up on a jump drive, drove to the bank, put the jump drive in the safe deposit box, and will leave it there until my kids turn about 12 (when they can actually state their age, and ask what it is I'm showing them), when I will pick it up, put it in an old USB drive reader and relay this cool story to them and tell them, "kids, this is what a cool story should look and sound like...not like the stories your generation tells
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    (Original post by Genocidal)
    Isolation for a while for graffiti on one of the school buildings.

    Skipping school (especially bad in year 11 as I had a 60% attendance rate by the end of the year)

    Walking out of school

    Throwing a teacher into a door (suspended)

    Throwing a kid face first into a wall which sent them to hospital (suspended)

    Beating other students up (3 times, but got away with all of them)

    Isolation for wearing coloured contact lenses (bright red ones and white ones with a black outline)

    I still did rather well and stayed on in the 6th form in the end; especially in the January GCSE English Language exam where I was one of 3/150 who got an A*. My favourite quote was from my English teacher where he said: "He's the only pupil I know who can get an A* in English and beat up other students in his spare time."
    You sound like a right ****.


    I didn't really do anything that bad, just regularly turned up late or plain didn't go in. Bossed my KS3 SATS and got an 8 in the maths, then got a faculty detention for the same subject for some reason. First level 8 student to get one, apparently. Badass.

    Never did anything to get in trouble in college though; I enjoyed that and the lecturers were all really decent people who you could just chat with, so never a reason to.
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    Wow there is a huge amount of dickheads on this thread, oh and liars.
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    (Original post by vandub)
    You sound like a right ****.


    I didn't really do anything that bad, just regularly turned up late or plain didn't go in. Bossed my KS3 SATS and got an 8 in the maths, then got a faculty detention for the same subject for some reason. First level 8 student to get one, apparently. Badass.

    Never did anything to get in trouble in college though; I enjoyed that and the lecturers were all really decent people who you could just chat with, so never a reason to.
    Well it's a good thing your opinion amounts to nothing then.

    To be honest, it's quite funny because people at school believed that about me too, but after all that most of those people are unemployed, one is dead, and one's taking a degree in sports science (need I say more?). And here am I with my own business, I work for multiple charities, a degree I'm doing great in, and my future is as bright and shining as the blood on the kid's face in the sunlight.

    What a transformation in only two years, life is good.
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    Refused to buy fake weed from a boy in my ICT class- got sent out for talking

    good times
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    OK so I'm not PROUD of all this stuff it's just on record:

    Getting drunk on school premises (many times).

    Getting high on school premises (many times).

    Having sex on school premises (once).

    Going to class stoned and drunk (many times).

    Calling my teacher a Nazi and when he told me to exit the room I responded with "Javol Mein Fuhrer!" and a Nazi salute.

    Walking out of the classroom (many times). It's hilarious when the teacher's like "Hey! You can't leave I'm not finished yelling at you yet!" and I'm like "Watch me."

    So nothing TOO serious compared to some people on here. I was never violent or abusive to anyone. I've never been expelled or suspended either. Had a few detentions...
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    Other then just getting detentions, I can't think of anything particularly bad... either I have a bad memory or I was a bit of a goody two shoes...
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    (Original post by Genocidal)
    Well it's a good thing your opinion amounts to nothing then.

    To be honest, it's quite funny because people at school believed that about me too, but after all that most of those people are unemployed, one is dead, and one's taking a degree in sports science (need I say more?). And here am I with my own business, I work for multiple charities, a degree I'm doing great in, and my future is as bright and shining as the blood on the kid's face in the sunlight.

    What a transformation in only two years, life is good.
    Thanks mate, means a lot. I'd say they were perfectly valid in believing that, if you're being honest about what you did back then. Doesn't matter what you're doing now- if you've changed, great, but you still sound a bit of a dick with that attitude- because you described yourself as an utter bellend.

    Oh, and there's nothing really wrong with doing sports science.
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    (Original post by Mysteries)
    OK so I'm not PROUD of all this stuff it's just on record:

    Getting drunk on school premises (many times).

    Getting high on school premises (many times).

    Having sex on school premises (once).

    Going to class stoned and drunk (many times).

    Calling my teacher a Nazi and when he told me to exit the room I responded with "Javol Mein Fuhrer!" and a Nazi salute.

    Walking out of the classroom (many times). It's hilarious when the teacher's like "Hey! You can't leave I'm not finished yelling at you yet!" and I'm like "Watch me."

    So nothing TOO serious compared to some people on here. I was never violent or abusive to anyone. I've never been expelled or suspended either. Had a few detentions...
    How did you not got sent home for being high on school premises?
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    I once wrote what was probably the worst thing I've done at school in another thread on TSR and a mod contacted me to say I should remove it so it doesn't come back to haunt me back one day. I think they were probably right.

    I was by no means a badman, but when I misbehaved I took it to extremes.
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    (Original post by vandub)
    Thanks mate, means a lot. I'd say they were perfectly valid in believing that, if you're being honest about what you did back then. Doesn't matter what you're doing now- if you've changed, great, but you still sound a bit of a dick with that attitude- because you described yourself as an utter bellend.

    Oh, and there's nothing really wrong with doing sports science.
    It's a waster degree 99% of the time and you know it.

    I don't write if I'm not been honest because it's not worth the effort, so yes it's all true. They were right and anyone of them who still think that are also valid in believing that. But I don't attempt to be liked because it really doesn't provide me with anything at all if I'm liked, so it's a null point.

    In fact, arrogance has done more for me than anything else in any other stage of my life. Arrogance breeds confidence, which is also why I began this whole change in the first place. If we look at my entire situation and all the people surrounding it, nice people really do finish last.
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    (Original post by Ice_Queen)
    How did you not got sent home for being high on school premises?
    Oh I did get sent home. Several times! But I was never suspended for an extended period of time.
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    (Original post by Genocidal)
    It's a waster degree 99% of the time and you know it.

    I don't write if I'm not been honest because it's not worth the effort, so yes it's all true. They were right and anyone of them who still think that are also valid in believing that. But I don't attempt to be liked because it really doesn't provide me with anything at all if I'm liked, so it's a null point.

    In fact, arrogance has done more for me than anything else in any other stage of my life. Arrogance breeds confidence, which is also why I began this whole change in the first place. If we look at my entire situation and all the people surrounding it, nice people really do finish last.
    Can't be ****ed.
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    (Original post by vandub)
    Can't be ****ed.
    Exactly because there's nothing to argue against when someone is right.
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    What the hell?! This thread put me off having teaching as a back up career :eek3:
    The worst thing I did was cry in front of everyone because the headteacher confiscated my phone. I was in yr7 and had nooo idea what was happening. Oooooh embarrassing times. This is the first time I've actually thought about it in 5 years. My brain is hurting from my forced repression. Lol
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    This was in my A-Levels but I hope it still qualifies..

    I'm not a violent person, in fact I'm one of the calmest! But one day..

    There's this person in school, one of those arrogant nerds who know they are clever, and feel they have an answer to everything. No one really liked him but we put up with him (As much of a creep he was). At one time he fell off his bike while going down a hill.. apparently the brakes didn't work so quite a few of us joked about 'how could such a clever guy ride on a bike without brakes'. He broke his collar bone and his arm was in a sling. Few weeks later while his arm was still in a sling.. I wasn't having the best of days. And he decided that it'd be funny to pull my chair away as I went to sit down. On another day I'd have laughed it off, but it was all that was needed to tip me over the edge.

    So I retained my balance, picked up the chair, swiftly span round.. And clobbered him with the chair.

    This was in the main common room where most of my friends were at the time. A public area. Everyone turned around as I put down the chair gently and walked out. Incidentally I broke his collar bone again.

    The weirdest part was this.. I was congratulated by everyone O.o It seems everyone wanted to kick the crap out of him (He is that much of an arrogant douche) but never got to that point, and then the least aggressive guy hits him with a chair XD

    Ok I lied. The weirdest part was that my Physics teacher, a frightful woman and who is also the deputy head teacher of the school and a reincarnation of Satan... Laughed!

    I don't know what happened but my soul was spared that day XD

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