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    Well I've searched the forums but can't seem to find anything..

    I'm sure you've all got some ideas for your last day at school or some experience of others' last day at school, which for us is coming up in May (woohoo!)..

    We've been discussing it at school.. as i'm sure you're aware, must be something legal, funny and something that will be remembered for a few years to come... and obviously something that causes as much havoc as possible. And no, setting off the fire alarm several times like the lads from a few years ago did, is well.. just.. pointless.

    Ideas so far..

    1. Putting our headmaster's house and car for sale on Ebay.. probably a bit extreme but could be very very funny.

    2. Ordering taxis from as many taxi firms as possible from around our area for that morning, causing as much congestion around the school as possible.. whilst also possibly placing diversion signs directing traffic away from the one entrance into school.

    3. Set off the fire alarm, wait for evacuation and then lock all 5 doors into the school from the inside.. for a while.

    4. The usual massive banners, waterguns, eggs, flour etc etc etc..

    any more?!
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    Flush a capsule of sulphur down the toilets.
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    (Original post by piginapoke)
    Better have some good excuses when the fire brigade arrive :rolleyes:
    Already thought of it.. if we set off the fire alarm in the New Block (separate building, which is much smaller), the alarm system shows an alert for the actual area of the school in which the alarm was triggered..

    Okay.. well slight problem i admit.
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    (Original post by G4ry)
    Flush a capsule of sulphur down the toilets.
    Hmmmm okay, but where would one get a sulfur capsule from and what is the desired effect..?

    Oh yeah also.. Industrial cling-film one of the mobiles when there's a lesson going on inside.. hehehe.
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    (Original post by Sahir)
    Hmmmm okay, but where would one get a sulfur capsule from and what is the desired effect..?

    Oh yeah also.. Industrial cling-film one of the mobiles when there's a lesson going on inside.. hehehe.
    laxatives in the water fountains always a winner.
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    (Original post by Sahir)
    Hmmmm okay, but where would one get a sulfur capsule from and what is the desired effect..?

    Oh yeah also.. Industrial cling-film one of the mobiles when there's a lesson going on inside.. hehehe.
    Sulphur can be obtained from your school lab. Just find a vitamin capsule and empty out the contents and replace with sulphur. Once it is flushed down the toilets it will stink the drains out for weeks and the beauty of it is no-one will know it was you (unless you decide to brag about it)
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    We put our school up for sale with a local estate agent.
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    (Original post by picju96)
    We put our school up for sale with a local estate agent.
    Some old boys put our school up for sale in the Exchange and Mart about 40 odd years ago. He only admitted it last year in his speech. Legendary.
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    Ones I've heard:
    - Cling film under the toilet seats- messy, but meant to be good
    - Messing with clocks
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    (Original post by r316)
    - Messing with clocks
    I thought that said something else at first. Not a bad idea though.
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    A whlie ago the Seniors tipped kerosene on the oval and lit it and effectivly burnt "class of 2002" on it.
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    Just nick lots of For Sale signs (hmm...is that legal?) and put them on the school. That's what we did.

    Get duct tape and mark out bodies on the ground; if you can get police tape and put it round the area, even better!

    As an alternative to clingfilming toilet seats, tape over taps all except for a small gap at the front of them.
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    Not bad guys.. not bad at all..

    Not sure how legal it is to burn Class of 2004 onto our rugby pitches.. but hmm worth a thought.

    Any more?!!
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    (Original post by Sahir)
    Not bad guys.. not bad at all..

    Not sure how legal it is to burn Class of 2004 onto our rugby pitches.. but hmm worth a thought.

    Any more?!!
    Probably not legal - spell it out with something (your old textbooks, rocks, bottles (what we used :cool: ) that can be removed.
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    how about burning the school down? :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by TheWolf)
    how about burning the school down? :rolleyes:
    that actually happened in my dad's final year.
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    The year above me put all the chairs and tables on the roof, so nobody could do any work :rolleyes:

    We got some paint and painted the common room walls with loads of stuff because they were white and we thought they were boring
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    (Original post by ]{ingnik)
    that actually happened in my dad's final year.
    Now that would certainly leave you mark on the school.
    We hung one of those wet floor men with a nice noose fo everyone to view. (a bit tame, but gets people staring)
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    last year, the Seniors locked the 6th Form building by putting the pool tables on door. Quite an achievement, as it was on the top floor and down a narrow banister.
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    in a school near me all the students managed to get loads tables, chairs, outside bins and general equipment, like the goal posts on the schools roof. it may take a bit of an effort esp. if its not just one storey high, but can you imagine peoples reacting to seeing all the schools property on the roof!!!
 
 
 
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