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Hi,

Bunch of us were talking in the pub the other night and the best moment we could come up with from five years of PE was a rugby lesson where basically we just got covered in mud diving and tackling on the sports field. It was pissing it down as well, so we were well soaked by the time the lesson was over.

Did anyone else enjoy getting wet and muddy like that in their kit doing PE?
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My favourite moment in PE was breaking my wrist. Simply because afterwards I kept playing afterwards. As a goalkeeper.that was fun.
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I didn't like getting wet/muddy much no. There was this one lad I remember who'd jump in the shower and invite everyone else in...openly gay and would make the rest of us hurry up out of there.

My favourite bit in PE was probably when I broke this guys ankle in football...he was being a cocky sod and was trying to do a front slide tackle but just ended up getting in the way of my powerfullest kick
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Luckily if it's raining badly or the field is wet at school, we just do indoor PE or do organsied games. :p: Why would i want to get wet when i don't really partcipate in PE anyway :rolleyes:
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I hated it, and yes - I am a lad.

But for the simple reason the school expected us to put our clothes on; fair enough, nothing wrong with that - but over the mud because most of the time the showers didn't work. So I chose not to do anything that involved mud because of how rubbish the facilities were.
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Hated it. But it never happened much, I tended to stay as far away from the ball as possible :p:
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I don't mind the mud; I don't intentionally set out to get covered in the stuff, but its a bit unavoidable when doing cross country in the winter. Come to think of it, getting plastered in mud isn't that bad ^_^
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I use to hate PE I would either bunk or make an excuse I didnt mind doing indoor PE that much but i hated doing football or rugby
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Wasnt a huge fan tbh, but much preffered the mud to the rain and snow. Remember when people would fall in massive pools of mud during cross country though, that was hilarious!
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When I actually turned up to my PE lesson, I didn't go outside if we had to do it. I'd sit inside chatting with the other people who had 'forgotten' their PE kit (at one point, almost half the class!).

:rolleyes: Stupid PE
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No, I didn't. Mainly because there was no way I was going to use a communal shower in a boys changing room. :>.<:
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I didn't like it, and didn'tlike the communal showers afterwards. Seeing as I would end up in the mud and then getting bundled or similar, generally no.

I don't mind getting muddy if its something I'm doing. Its only mud, I've got absolutely cakedon nighthikes through thick mud or on assault courses, but there's a difference between that (when I choose to do it) and being forced to do it (like in PE).
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Loved it. Hated the showers afterwards.
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I loved PE generally. I was one of those with middle range skill, so I ended up in the second set. The advantage of this was that I was in with most of those who don't have a clue how to play sport, and seeing as I am really quick (used to be able to do 100m in 12.5 seconds, which isn't exceptional but in the group I was in), I used to have great fun collecting the ball on my own try line and sprinting the whole length of the pitch running through people.
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i remember our first ever PE lesson in year 7 was rugby, and the first thing we were told to do was to lie down on the ground and roll around in the mud. it was also pissing it down, and i refused point blank to do it. so i watched all my friends roll around in the mudd and ruin their nice new PE kits, and i ended up being the ref. yay.
though yeah, i hated pe. i can't play anything even remotely good so i just tried to stay at the back and out the way and avoid doing anything. the only thing i enjoyed was trampolining, but that was because i used to have lessons and i was the best in the class. =)
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My fave PE moments were a) being great at netball in primary but having no chance of being on the team in secondary because everyone was so much better than me lol; b) being taught to dive and getting rather good at that as well; c) getting myself out of a trampolining competition [due to not exactly being the most gymnastic person out there] by faking a sprained ankle.

Good times
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At my school we did a standardised athletics test where 600 was excellent, 500 was good, etc. etc. ... and 100 was very poor.

I scored 9.
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(Original post by Stick Man)
At my school we did a standardised athletics test where 600 was excellent, 500 was good, etc. etc. ... and 100 was very poor.

I scored 9.
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Strange as it may seem - NO!

I only have one lesson of PE a week now. But we play Rounders or circuits inside if its bad.
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Anyone else?
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