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    Originally posted by lil_groovy_dude
    I also get told off too much for smirking in lessons I'm only smiling
    I always got told off by my form tutor during 6th form for smirking when being told off but I swear I wasn't smirking! When she was telling my class off for bunking form time with another form tutor, she told me that if I kept smirking that I'd get my own detention just for smirking!

    Though it was the most stupid telling off in the first place, my form hadn't gone to this form time because we thought the teacher was away then my form tutor came in the next day (she hadn't been there the previous day) and shouted at us then proceeded to interrogate us to see where the rumour had come from but no-one wanted to say where they'd heard it from, then the teacher came in and told us off then the head of sixth came and told us off. Basically they all thought we'd made up this story and together as a class had just all bunked it because we didn't want to go. Ingenious explanation from our teachers but it was actually just a mistake!

    In the end the whole thing just silently went away because my form tutor didn't dare tell me that another teacher had confirmed our story :p: because I'd excused myself early from my lesson for the detention as our lesson was over-running and he'd given me a really shocked look when he heard I'd got a detention so I explained why and because I'd had a lesson with him after form time the previous day and someone else in my form had complained that she'd had frees all day due to this teacher being away and another class being cancelled and if she'd known that would be the case she'd have stayed at home. So he put two and two together and realised it was all a mistake and went and told our head of sixth so we got off :p: but my form tutor was obviously annoyed that it was my doing that helped get us off

    I've also been told off with my form for throwing an apple out of the window in year 8 though the person who did it got a sanction (3 sanctions = a detention) and another person who laughed once it'd been done got a sanction but I kept my mouth shut about being involved and the fact that I'd sort of encouraged the person who did it to do it We never got the detention though because my form couldn't arrange a convenient time due to extra curricular stuff and my form tutor obviously couldn't be bothered to waste her lunch hour looking after us!

    Can't think of anything else right now.
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    one of my freinds had two very funny incidents with the same maths teacher duiring 6th form (though neither where telling off)

    We where new at the school and on out first lesson with this teacher..

    Teacher: whats your name
    Freind: Sumon Sur
    Teacher: and what about your second name
    Freindur
    Teacher: yes?


    More recently in a maths lesson i wasnt sure why my freind had not turned up since i saw him earlyer that day. At the end of the lesson the teacher says you can pack up now, as we do so my freind walks in and says 'sorry im alte and goes and sits down.

    He did not understand why everyone was laughing, he got the time mixed up and thought he was only 5 minutes late.
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    The strangest telling off I can think of was for walking through a door too slowly - the only way I could have walked through quicker would have been by pushing the people in front of me out of the way.

    Looking at my school jumper for too long was another one. And having pens thrown at me. Writing honestly has got me told off once or twice (I won't give specific details) as it has resulted in answers that techers consider "pedantic" or "sarcastic". I don't get told off particularly often though - I don't remember being told off at all last week.
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    I remember one - I served the teachers coffee at the parents evening last year (I'm the only girl) and we normally finished and then talked with teachers.

    Well anyway, one time I was table dancing. I had been drinking the tap water (I swear there is something in it apart from CACO3) and our Assistant principal walks in.He used to teach me geography and is generally a nice guy (He is the one I mentioned in the Parents Evening thread) .

    Anyway he has a tendency to tell pretty rude jokes and as his wife used to work at the same school, she's normally around and hears them. Which is rather funny as they were normally together and we've caught them kissing pretty heavily a few times, when we forgot to knock on his office door to deliver his coffee. It was always about 9pm though, nearly time to go. Normally we would say something along the lines of "Aww can you feel the love?" or "Get a room!" and run like hell.

    Well anyway, I was slightly high from the water, and dancing on a table in my socks in a skirt. And the teacher walks in, starts laughing, tries to tell a joke about a lapdancer (I'm stood on the table still) his wife walks in, catches him saying something about how his wife should consider a career in pole dancing (I kid you not) after she retires :eek: whilst smiling hopefully (she left this year). She slaps him. He drops a cup of coffee, I dodge backwards on the table, slip and fly backwards, covered in coffee.. Skirt flying everywhere and land on a photocopier paper tray (we were in the Staff room using the kitchen). It was rather comical. I ended up lying in the middle of the floor, groaning in pain.

    I ended up being picked up by the boys who were also helping and laid onto the table. I now get jokes from all of them about this.

    Everyone including the two teachers who were there thought it was funny. he ended up telling most of my teachers and I got jokes about table dancing for weeks. One teacher had ago at me for breech of health ands safety and how irresponsible it was! :mad:

    The pole dancing remark has gone down in history as the worlds stupidest thing to say to your wife in front of teenagers. You could practically feel the sexual tension in the room. I think we students were ready to run out of the room screaming. It was a ground swallowing moment. Which is why I fell off the table.

    Our teachers are hilarious and disturbing.
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    (Original post by Choccielatte)
    I remember one - I served the teachers coffee at the parents evening last year (I'm the only girl) and we normally finished and then talked with teachers.

    Well anyway, one time I was table dancing. I had been drinking the tap water (I swear there is something in it apart from CACO3) and our Assistant principal walks in.He used to teach me geography and is generally a nice guy (He is the one I mentioned in the Parents Evening thread) .

    Anyway he has a tendency to tell pretty rude jokes and as his wife used to work at the same school, she's normally around and hears them. Which is rather funny as they were normally together and we've caught them kissing pretty heavily a few times, when we forgot to knock on his office door to deliver his coffee. It was always about 9pm though, nearly time to go. Normally we would say something along the lines of "Aww can you feel the love?" or "Get a room!" and run like hell.

    Well anyway, I was slightly high from the water, and dancing on a table in my socks in a skirt. And the teacher walks in, starts laughing, tries to tell a joke about a lapdancer (I'm stood on the table still) his wife walks in, catches him saying something about how his wife should consider a career in pole dancing (I kid you not) after she retires :eek: whilst smiling hopefully (she left this year). She slaps him. He drops a cup of coffee, I dodge backwards on the table, slip and fly backwards, covered in coffee.. Skirt flying everywhere and land on a photocopier paper tray (we were in the Staff room using the kitchen). It was rather comical. I ended up lying in the middle of the floor, groaning in pain.

    I ended up being picked up by the boys who were also helping and laid onto the table. I now get jokes from all of them about this.

    Everyone including the two teachers who were there thought it was funny. he ended up telling most of my teachers and I got jokes about table dancing for weeks. One teacher had ago at me for breech of health ands safety and how irresponsible it was! :mad:

    The pole dancing remark has gone down in history as the worlds stupidest thing to say to your wife in front of teenagers. You could practically feel the sexual tension in the room. I think we students were ready to run out of the room screaming. It was a ground swallowing moment. Which is why I fell off the table.

    Our teachers are hilarious and disturbing.
    Hahahaha... it's funny the things you get up to :p:
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    Do you want to know about the incident where I tried to teach my Maths teacher to Cha Cha Slide?

    I get into loads of hilarious situations at school. The teachers even more so. Especially the ones I mentioned! Thank god they like me, we get on really well. It's great to insult your teachers. But they are friends of my family so I should be able to get away with it. No one else I know can!
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    oh my god my skool was a complete doss, for 5 years we jus messed about and got into silly situations, to list them all would take forever, i'll write as many as i can though:

    1. we had many pen fights in maths across the room, but 1 in particular was good, everytime the teacher turned around several pens would get launched around the room, and our teacher said he was going to the staff room for something, and as soon as he took 1 step out of the room i threw a metal pen at my friend who ducked and it nearly broke the window, our teacher came storming in and shouted at us :P

    2. In ICT we had a useless teacher for year 10 who taught us ECDL instead of GCSE [she got sacked after a year], when there was an inspector in to check on her process a couple of my mates started a fight [pretend of course] and started rolling around on the floor punching each other

    3. we had a substitute english teacher who could never control us, i jus generally strolled out the room and filled up my water bottle, upon entering i threw it to my friend, it smashed on the table and soaked everything in a metre radius

    4. in year 11 we had a youth wing as a common room where we would do the best things ever, i'll list

    -there was a hole in the roof called 'ryan's ********' which got many things thrown up including: a teachers coat, tights filled with dog food, a phone, a DT folder, a breeze block, a newspaper, dead fish, a bottle of urine, any leftover food, a lunchbox, several teachers stamps, coursework.

    - we held the 'youth wing olympics' which was a load of games we made up such as where you sit on a chair and get spun round until you fall off, skateboarding, 'the fluffy game' [a load of people try to tackle the biggest guy in the year'], there was trying to climb round the room without touching the floor

    - on the last day we put some rotten goose eggs under a wooden sofa, and crushed some warm cottage cheese under the cushions, it stank so badly, and b4 we left we broke into a stationary cuboard and stole as much as we could

    - apparently a new roof for the youth wing has had to be put in

    5. in science we had the evilest teacher ever, she hated every1 and never hesitated to send me out, but we got our revenge, my friend put some pubes in a text book and went up to her, held them out and said 'miss peter put some strange hairs in my book', the look on her face was priceless

    6. during english speaking and listening a kid was doing a dramatic monologue and half way through we decided to throw some paper at him to put him off, we got so much crap from the teacher for it

    7. ahh geography, our geography teacher had ginger hair when we were in year 7, now he has grey hair, he was defintatly the most violent teacher we had, he threw books and tables at students and gave us lectures that lasted whole lessons at a time, the funniest thing i have ever seen was when one of our bags was lying in the gang way, he pretended to trip and threw himself over his desk, knocking everything on the floor, we all pissed ourselves, so then in the same lesson we put a guys bag in the same place, when he saw it he simply picked it up and launched it out the room, the owner of the bag just realising :P:

    7. the most disgusting thing my friend ever did was put bogeys, yes bogeys in our english teachers tea, and proceeded to laugh uncontrollobly when he drunk it.

    8. we managed to fit i think it was 13 people into a toilet cubicle, and the headteacher walked in

    9. one lunchtime we were sick of the rubbish they served so me and a friend ate the following concuction of food:
    sweet n sour chicken
    custard
    gravy
    a mince pie
    coleslaw
    water
    ribena
    beans

    i managed to eat about half of it before throwing most of it up, i then realised every1 else was across the other side of the canteene cus of the smell, i was only sick becasue of the mince pie lol

    10. during our gcse's when we had an exam in the afternoon half the year would go down to the river and drink a few beers, swim, burn textbooks, catch and cook crayfish, throw peoples stuff in the river and some people got stoned, those were some of the best days of my life [i didnt get stoned]

    11. wen we had this certain substitue teacher we would tease him [harsh i know] and throw rubbers at him when his back was turned and ask him the stupidest questions for no reason

    12. once in english i was bored and so i got a razor out of a pencil sharpner and carved the word 'TIM' into my arm, [tim is a guy who doesnt really like me] and then showed it to him, he gave me such a dirty look

    ill edit when i have time, enjoy!
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    Your school reminds me of mine !

    But we managed to get 18 people into a toilet cubicle. Including the biggest girl in my year and about 8 Year 7s on top of each other. We even locked the door, then it broke

    My friend put laxatives in a teachers coffee. Everyone knew she had done it and it was hilarious when he ran for the loo 7 times in 1/2 an hour!
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    lol skool is so much fun
    im at a new skool now though, grammar skool gotta do some work!!
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    (Original post by Bexy*at*your*service)
    Well this wasnt really me personally but the whole class. In Year 9, my Geography teacher sent somebody out for talking, so when she went to talk to her, the door shut behind her. It is one of the only self locking doors in the school, and when it shut it locked her out! When she tried to get back in, she realised that her keys were sitting on her desk! Us, the class, were just sitting there pissing ourselves for ages. :p: She actually looked quite helpless and sad, but at the time it was very funny! She had to go get Senior Management to get one person to let her in, because nobody dared open it. Just as the Head of Lower School came to the door, everyone was clapping their hands on the table. He got let in, and screamed and then gave us a massive lecture where everyone was nearly dying by having to keep their laughter in! Afterwards we couldn't stop laughing, again! And it's hard to believe that we were actually a top set, respectable and who teachers wouldn't have dreamed would do something like that! We weren't actually doing anything anything wrong i suppose, but at the time it ws finny to us, but i don't think that this story will be funny for anybody else reading this :rolleyes:
    Ah happy memories of self locking doors. Our Religious Education teacher actually locked herself in the store room closest of the class. And being the evil menaces which we students where, the whole class ended up abandoning her, leaving one of the nearby teachers to come and attend to the constant banging. Ah, happy memories.
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    DAMN! Is this the sort of stuff people do at High School. I really missed out then :p:
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    ermmm....too many to name really.

    I remember my first incident in Yr7 did grafitti in my Music class about my Music teacher...lol...he was a tramp anyway had holes in his trousers and you could see his boxers and he smelt like hell....did get a letter home though, which was the first of many to come...:p:
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    Lol, I think the funniest thing that I got told off for happened in year 11. All the prefects had a common room (it was really the drama studio) where we used to sit and play cards. One lunchtime, we were playing a game called Chase the Beaver, where the winner has to chase the loser. Anyway, I was the loser and my friend was chasing me and throwing water over us. We were all pretty fed up with getting soaked and so when my friend left the room we moved some stage blocks against the door to prevent her from coming back in. Cue for the entry of the head of drama who went beserk (I'd never heard anyone shout so loud) who proceeded to kick us out and lecture us but we found it really hard not to laugh. Then the head of art came along, decided that we'd not been punished enough and banned all of year 11 from the common room for the rest of the week. We were popular after that............
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    Hehe this thread is great! We pulled so many stunts at high school, it was great...
    • Soaking chalk in sugar solution so it won't rub off the board, and drawing rude pictures all over the boards
    • Accidentally (honestly!) cutting someone's hair... only the someone was my friend who I'd just fallen out with so obviously no-one believed it was an accident!
    • Singing the theme tune to Wizadora over and over again in PSCHE and making the teacher cry
    • Locking a teacher in her store cupboard
    • Stealing the same teacher's glasses
    • Running around the same teacher's classroom with her chair
    • One lad stripping in front of this teacher (I sort of feel sorry for her now!)
    • Presenting a teacher with a signed photograph of our class stuck in a frame with two thongs, as we'd found thongs in his drawer a few weeks before!


    Ahhh, the days when education wasn't so serious...!
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    Our school uniform was yellow shirt with navy blue skirt or trousers.

    I was told off by head of 6th form for wearing black trousers. but they weren't black, they were, in fact, navy.

    The cow then tried to blame the fact that she thought they were black on my non-regulation jumper [it was freezing and the heating wasn't working] which i was then told to take off. When I meantioned the fact that it was the middle of winter and that the school was not supplying us with any heating she told me to wear the big bulky hoody UNDERNEATH my fitted school jumper.
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    i once undressed with a friend of mine as my math class came into class because we found a James Blunt cd in our teacher's stereo so we basically acted out the video where he undresses but our hungarian substitute teacher saw us told us to put our clothes on...
    once i got a detention for saying marshmallow out loud
    and once i got sent to the principal for laughing and saying argentina 3 times... i don't know why...
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    The funniest thing a teacher responded with when he saw us mucking about in the corridor:
    "What a dizzzgusting display....."
    Still fecking cracks me up every time.
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    ahhh...the mayhem of secondary school...muwahahahaahahaha.

    well this is what me and me class have done.

    -put superglue round the geography teachers board marker and his hand got stuck he ran out of the room swearing and everything.
    -replacing the German teachers chair with one that had a faulty leg. fell right on her backside
    -me m8 was looking at porno mag and the french teacher came and spotted him and was quite embarassed but then he said 'don't worry miss there legs aren't as nice as yours' she was wearing a skirt. She went beserk and ran out of the room saying 'you will definitely be in deep trouble for this, 5 detentions minumum!!!!' get the dirty joke me mate with her in detention. of course she later noticed ths and did nothing. lol wat a slag.
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    My Graphics teacher in secondary school was an idiot. We all called him Papa Smurf because he looked like Papa Smurf. He also had a funny accent and reminded me a little bit of Bob Fleming from the Fast Show! Anyway, he was a bit dumb and if you shouted anything with an "r" in it he'd always repeat it. Good ones included Beetrrrrrrrrrroooooooooot and Parrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrsnip! Also when he left the room EVERYONE started drumming to the start of Queen's "we will rock you" boom boom tish boom boom tish and so when he walked back into the room and tried to tell us all off he couldn't because the sound of the banging on the tables drowned him out, we would all then sing the lyrics to make doubly sure we couldn't hear him!
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    (Original post by Threelions)
    -replacing the German teachers chair with one that had a faulty leg. fell right on her backside
    People in my class did this to a teacher once in RE, the teacher is a Brother (as in a religious brother, like theres sister) and god was obviously on his side because by chance he didnt sit down the whole lesson!

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