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Funny secondary school moments

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They do say they're "the best years of your life"

Comment your most comical moments at secondary school or your favourite moments.

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When someone shat themselves and had to get another pair of trousers from lost property. 

 

*never happened to me.

 

Lock thread lol

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got sent to deputy heads office for the cane so stuffed school book down my pants,got caned across the hands :nigel:

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Stealing a look at a "well used" Porn mag long before the days of the internet :whistle:

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3 minutes ago, Sir Shep said:

Stealing a look at a "well used" Porn mag long before the days of the internet :whistle:

Nicked one of the out my mates bag once. He really didn't want me to see it though, he'd stuck all the pages together. 

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Remember all gathering round when a kid got his head stuck through the railings and the fire brigade had to cut him free.

Seemed like it was sketch from the Beano like the kid in the waiting room with his head stuck up a saucepan.

 

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The whole school gathering for fights. Can still see and hear this one kid getting thumped in the back of the head lol 

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Can't say I had any funny moments in school

 

Hated it then and hate to remember it.

 

I'll keep thinking though

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33 minutes ago, KFS said:

The whole school gathering for fights. Can still see and hear this one kid getting thumped in the back of the head lol 

 

In our school, the fighters got gobbed on by spectators.

 

The kids fighting would be pulled out of it beaten up and covered in greenies.

 

 

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15 minutes ago, Chico1958 said:

Can't say I had any funny moments in school

 

Hated it then and hate to remember it.

 

I'll keep thinking though

 

You were the kid that shat themself?

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5 minutes ago, Chico1958 said:

Can't say I had any funny moments in school

 

Hated it then and hate to remember it.

 

I'll keep thinking though

Same for me.

 

It was an absolute hell hole for me.

 

Apart from the general lack of education due to half the little criminals in my classes being too disruptive for the teachers to actually teach, the following injustices come to mind:

 

  • Watching the bullies and feral kids from broken homes receive awards and vouchers in assemblies, just because they could be bothered to turn up to school a few times that month. I never missed a single day of school and no one gave a shit.
  • Standing out in the freezing cold, watching the bullies sit in the PE offices drinking tea because the sports teachers loved them.
  • Being bullied by the same few kids for many years with absolutely no help from the school. I would shake and cry on the way to school each day. One day I realised I was bigger than them, proceeded to fight back outside of Science. Ended up seriously injuring two of them to the point they had to go to hospital. Guess who gets in trouble with the school and police?
  • That night my parents cars were vandalized. As they always threatened to do if I fought back.

I still remember a teacher running out of the gates in my last day to tell me I was missing all the goodbyes in the hall. I just laughed and kept walking.

 

Man even at 29 I still get strong feelings about that place. I remember being in a pub in my home town a couple years ago and a girl was getting very friendly, she had once told me I was the ugliest boy in school. Had no idea who I was!

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Just now, tom27111 said:

 

You were the kid that shat themself?

Very good tom......... No I just hated it. 

 

You try liking Sabbath, Purple etc with hair down your back in a class full of Skinheads

 

Great times......... Not    :punk:

 

Ps: Supporting Leicester didn't help either  :thumbup:

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The old 'I'm Spartacus' moment at school assembly.

 

One person coughs, then another, then another, then...you get the idea.

 

 

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11 minutes ago, z-layrex said:

Same for me.

 

It was an absolute hell hole for me.

 

Apart from the general lack of education due to half the little criminals in my classes being too disruptive for the teachers to actually teach, the following injustices come to mind:

 

  • Watching the bullies and feral kids from broken homes receive awards and vouchers in assemblies, just because they could be bothered to turn up to school a few times that month. I never missed a single day of school and no one gave a shit.
  • Standing out in the freezing cold, watching the bullies sit in the PE offices drinking tea because the sports teachers loved them.
  • Being bullied by the same few kids for many years with absolutely no help from the school. I would shake and cry on the way to school each day. One day I realised I was bigger than them, proceeded to fight back outside of Science. Ended up seriously injuring two of them to the point they had to go to hospital. Guess who gets in trouble with the school and police?
  • That night my parents cars were vandalized. As they always threatened to do if I fought back.

I still remember a teacher running out of the gates in my last day to tell me I was missing all the goodbyes in the hall. I just laughed and kept walking.

 

Man even at 29 I still get strong feelings about that place. I remember being in a pub in my home town a couple years ago and a girl was getting very friendly, she had once told me I was the ugliest boy in school. Had no idea who I was!

See this is what worries about sending my lad school. He's not even 1 yet but I think about what it will be like to be sending him to school. 

 

I myself never had any problems at school, I could look after myself, captain of the school football team at both schools I went to & generally had a lot of mates. 

 

I've told my girlfriend when he's old enough I would like to take him boxing and see if he enjoys it. I'm not condoning violence & ideally I would not like him to ever use it but I would hate for him to be worried and scared everyday about going to school.

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22 minutes ago, Chico1958 said:

Very good tom......... No I just hated it. 

 

You try liking Sabbath, Purple etc with hair down your back in a class full of Skinheads

 

Great times......... Not    :punk:

 

Ps: Supporting Leicester didn't help either  :thumbup:

 

You're probably about a decade or so older than me.

 

Political correctness is a very stupid thing, but as a high school pupil, it was a good thing!

 

I probably had the right mix, could still play conkers and play on the field in the snow, but didn't get caned or have groups like that.

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13 minutes ago, Steve_Walsh5 said:

See this is what worries about sending my lad school. He's not even 1 yet but I think about what it will be like to be sending him to school. 

 

I myself never had any problems at school, I could look after myself, captain of the school football team at both schools I went to & generally had a lot of mates. 

 

I've told my girlfriend when he's old enough I would like to take him boxing and see if he enjoys it. I'm not condoning violence & ideally I would not like him to ever use it but I would hate for him to be worried and scared everyday about going to school.

 

I'm sure it'll all be fine, but there are some real dicks about and don't blame how you think about it.

 

If doing it properly, boxing is a very disciplined sport, so would be a good shout. 

 

But don't think everyone is a ****, good social skills picked up from you and the Mrs will probably do him well.

 

 

 

 

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My niece was bullied at school by other girls ... not physically but verbally .. got so bad my sister had to move her to a different school.

Anyway she has just graduated with a very good degree ... so a happy ending.

Luckily when I was at school there was one real hard case ( rest of his family were as well ) who kind of acted as an overlord

which strangely seemed to be reduce the fighting and bullying .... just stay on his good side and if you are arranging a scrap

make sure he is not around. The adult lives of this family turned out to be a like a film .. drug dealing on a major scale,

protection rackets , extortion , armed robbery , counterfeit money , pimping etc etc

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Jesus. Are you all from St Matthews?

 

Oadby was pretty nice! 

 

Apart from those Manor high school wankers in their piss yellow shirts.

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My best moment was being caught smoking in the bogs by the PE teacher when I was 16 and doing my retakes. He pinned me up against the wall and told me I was a waste of space and to do both myself and the school a favour and fvck off and leave.

So I did. 

And got a job instead.

Best move I ever made looking back on it...

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6 minutes ago, Izzy Muzzett said:

My best moment was being caught smoking in the bogs by the PE teacher when I was 16 and doing my retakes. He pinned me up against the wall and told me I was a waste of space and to do both myself and the school a favour and fvck off and leave.

So I did. 

And got a job instead.

Best move I ever made looking back on it...

 

Nothing to do with smoking, it was because you're ginger :whistle:

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2 hours ago, RODNEY FERNIO said:

Remember all gathering round when a kid got his head stuck through the railings and the fire brigade had to cut him free.

Seemed like it was sketch from the Beano like the kid in the waiting room with his head stuck up a saucepan.

 

This actually happened to me , but I got rescued by an off duty fireman :)

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16 minutes ago, tom27111 said:

Jesus. Are you all from St Matthews?

 

Oadby was pretty nice! 

 

Apart from those Manor high school wankers in their piss yellow shirts.

The school I went to was in Oadby

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1 hour ago, Steve_Walsh5 said:

See this is what worries about sending my lad school. He's not even 1 yet but I think about what it will be like to be sending him to school. 

 

I myself never had any problems at school, I could look after myself, captain of the school football team at both schools I went to & generally had a lot of mates. 

 

I've told my girlfriend when he's old enough I would like to take him boxing and see if he enjoys it. I'm not condoning violence & ideally I would not like him to ever use it but I would hate for him to be worried and scared everyday about going to school.

The problem isn't teaching your kid to stick up for themselves, whether they can or not is usully irrelevant. Their face will either fit or it won't. Even after I realised I could take any kind in school, after the fight about 30 kids would come looking for me because apparently I was the bully. Or they would vandalise my home if they couldn't get to me physically.

 

You just have to send them to a good school and not the prison camp I had to go to. I was never scared of the actual bullies, it was the consequences of fighting back that frightened me. 

 

On the plus side sixth form college felt like a dream after 5 years of hell.


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1 minute ago, RODNEY FERNIO said:

The school I went to was in Oadby

 

Gartree?

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