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What is the stupiest thing you did in school/college Watch

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    i lent my geography project about Australia to my friend. i then handed it in without checking what he had done to the photographs of waterskiers.
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    We were served kangaroo meat for our Christmas lunch. And I actually ate it - looking back I'm disgusted by it! :yucky:

    When I was in primary school I kicked my P.E. teacher in the face by accident... Well, semi-accident. :sly:

    Then there's just the usual "Muuuuum?... *cough* eerrrrrm I mean MISS?..."
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    Tried to run away from a lesson and on the way out saw the teacher coming so had to turn back to the class :mmm:
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    Brought a porn mag into school.

    That, and a million other dumb **** stuff.
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    Ran to lesson in Y7. Totally unbalanced by the rucksack of everything I owned that Y7s typically carry round. Fell over, made a complete mess of my knee (it's still scarred to this day).

    The worst thing was that I fell on gravel, and the supply teacher for my next lesson had to sit for ages getting bits of gravel out of my knee. It wouldn't have been as bad if I hadn't been sat in the corner of the room, by the sink, which was at the FRONT of the class.
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    This wasn't me, but a girl last year brought in her Justin Bieber fanfiction. It was very steamy to say the least.

    Teachers weren't impressed at all :rolleyes:
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    Year 10: messing around and ran down some stairs before jumping off of them down onto the main corridor. Jumped from such a height that I banged my head on a bit of wood above the stairs before landing on my back at the bottom of the stairs, unconscious. When I woke up there were people around me asking if I was okay, as well as the majority of the main corridor looking at me laughing their heads off. So I laughed with them at my general incompetence.

    Year 10: Went out with my best friends' sister - who's three years younger than me, even if she did ask me out. Nothing happened and it only lasted a week, but Boy did I get hell for that from all of my friends, and understandably my best friend didn't talk to me for 9 months.

    Year 11: Started writing a book about my time in school (I was getting bullied a lot about things I didn't do so I wanted to shed some truth on the situation - and when people read parts of it it actually helped stop the bullying) and within it said that my R.E. teacher looked like Dracula/Satan - especially with his low voice. He found out about it and set up a whole 'fake lesson' on pain, suffering and the Devil (in a Catholic school I must add) which everyone apart from me was in on. When someone said that he looked like 'the Devil' he sent them out and shouted at him (all part of the plan), and then someone told him that I'd likened him to the same figure. I was 'sent out' the classroom, which was a complete disaster in my eyes as I was a nerd so it was like my whole school life was over. Before I reached the door he told me it was all a joke and he actually took it all in good spirits, which I'm quite happy about. But yeah, to this day very few times have trumped how scared I was that day.

    So I've had my fair share of doing stupid stuff - the last one or the first one were probably the stupidest though.
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    (Original post by brittanna)
    Because that's such a stupid thing to do :confused:
    couldnt think of anything else to be honest.
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    my friend ordered £30 worth of dominos pizza to the school reception. None of us believed he'd actually done it until a chap from Dominos turned up with 4 pizzas and demanded his £30 from the school reception :L
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    I was in kindergarten when my teacher opened a packet of crisps and was having it for lunch. I saw that and wanted some however she didnt give it to me and I just started crying and wailing. I didnt stop until my mother was called . And yet my teacher did not give me even a single chip.
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    I forgot to read the question
 
 
 
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