What's the worst trouble you've ever gotten into at school?

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  1. iMpathetic macrumors 68030

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    Well, fellow MR'ers, I am too much of a goody-two shoes. :D Anyway, what's the worst trouble you've ever gotten into at school? Include what you did and aftermath/punishment.

    I: Got an office referral in the fifth grade for telling off my teacher because he was being an a$$hole and wouldn't let me tell him how to play a game right.
     
  2. ReanimationLP macrumors 68030

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    I got into a fist fight back in high school with another kid.

    Got suspended, so did the other kid. I didnt come out with more than a scratch, but the kid had some bruises.

    He did start it though.
     
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    I got 'put on report' for repeatedly putting chalk on my German tutor's chair over a period of weeks. We all had a good laugh, but then I got caught.
    'report' meant that I was watched closely during my lessons and my teachers filled in an assessment of my behaviour. It wasn't all that bad.
    The worst part was the fact that they told my parents; who were, needless to say, very disappointed.

    This was when I was about 14 by the way.

    All the way through primary (elementary?) school I was pretty bad too. I was forever doing 'lines' (you know like Bart is always doing at the start of The Simpsons; except on paper, not a chalkboard)
    also it has nothing to do with class A drugs ;)
    I think the most I ever had to do was 10,000 repetitions of something about speaking during assembly and respecting people's feelings. That took me a LOT of lunch hours.
     
  4. ReanimationLP macrumors 68030

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    I remember my language arts teacher in 6th grade.

    She had a really warped sense of humor. And we had this really strict, uptight math teacher.

    She went, bought a fart machine box from Spencers, hid it in his class, and would activate it remotely.

    My god, the teachers faces were priceless.
     
  5. ErikCLDR macrumors 68000

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    In 4th grade I had to go to the "alternative lunch room" (aka the library) and write a letter to the lunch monitor Mrs. Carol* because I was whispering while she was trying to make an announcement about something stupid.

    *a complete nasty b*itch who shouldn't be working in an elementary school if she hates kids

    I know, I am so B.A.

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    I always know what's going on in the school so the principal always tries to get information out of me. It's ridiculous. My mom finally confronted him and the vice principal and told them if they kept "interrogating me" she would require herself, my dad, or our lawyer to be present. Hahah
     
  6. Blue Velvet Moderator emeritus

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    At the age of 8 or so, I was expelled from primary school and had to go to another school in another part of town... I'll leave the 'why' entirely to your imagination.
     
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    I was constantly in and out of detention during elementary school. Two biggest infractions were a weeks detention for pulling the fire alarm in grade 2 and a 3 day suspension for smoking on school property in grade 6. From then on I'd get the occasional detention for tardiness.
     
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    Bloody kids and their guns.
     
  9. foidulus macrumors 6502a

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    I suppose that after the gunfights they would be pretty bloody....
     
  10. iMpathetic thread starter macrumors 68030

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    Problem child! Problem child! Batten down the hatches! Hire a "specialist"! MAKE A STANDARDIZED TEST, I WANT 324897230947 COPIES, NOW!
     
  11. Rhosfelt macrumors 65816

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    hmm once I excaped from a field trip and took in the sights of the city on my own...(in 5th grade >_<)

    2 fights in one day.. (5th again...)

    Pulled a friend's pants and accidently got her (yeah her...) underwear down too... (10th)


    I only got 3 detentions (was never caught for the fights :))


    Pretty much ran the high school, which was awesome, I never had to go to class, and the teachers loved to talk crap on the other teachers and students to me, it ruled. I still get phone calls today, and in fact the girl who dumped me for no reason failed a test or two because the teacher was upset with her. :cool:
     
  12. swiftaw macrumors 603

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    Detention for not trying in PE class.

    The PE teacher was a former rugby player, so he loved making us play rugby. It was the middle of winter, sleeting, and at the time I was 15, about 5 foot 1, and about 8 stone. Everyone was bigger than me, so I had absolutely no desire to try to tackle anyone.
     
  13. SkyBell macrumors 604

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    Last year was probably my worst. (8th grade) I was suspended for a week for fighting, got detention twice for skipping class, and six "office referrals" for generally being a smartass.

    This year I've only gotten two "office referrals" :D
     
  14. swiftaw macrumors 603

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    Knowing how society works today, you'd probably be charged with a crime and placed on the sex offenders list if you did that now.
     
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    it was NOT good luckily the girl who got it has an awesome sense of humor, and was fine with it because she was quick enough.. and the teacher was "forgiving..."
     
  16. iMpathetic thread starter macrumors 68030

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    Shape up, geez! You want to get into a good college, don't you?


    ...


    Can you tell me the whole story so I can take notes? :eek:
     
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    Oh where to begin...

    In grade school, I pulled the chair out from under a (very) obese girl for fun. She fell, cried a lot, I DID ADMIT TO IT (no one would have caught me), but I got suspended for a day anyway.

    Also, I got into a fight over a snow mound and I bit a kid. Two days, had to eat lunch with the counselor for a week and talk about my "problems" (we actually talked about dinosaurs... I was seven).

    In sixth grade, I drew a very realistic penis on the chalkboard of the teacher's lounge. I got caught leaving the scene of the crime. It was REALLY funny at the time. I became a legend.

    In High School, I was in charge of this daily news program. We used stock footage of the SS marching and synced it up to the school's fight song and used it as the opening credits once. We would also routinely use footage of our principal (who no one care for, really), and overdub voices of Stalin, Hitler, etc. Got major-league suspended for that. After Columbine, we toned it down, since we didn't wish to be associated with that sort of thing. BUT, the editing experience was the first time I used a Mac for real work, so it was cool.

    I also once, with some friends in HS, wrote a note to a friend of mine (using stolen school letterhead) warning him not to make out with his girlfriend in the hallway or else he would be expelled. We even sent it through the school mail, and cloned the signature of the principal using photoshop. It was a pro job. He got it in second hour, and his facial expression was priceless, since he was the Valedictorian-in-the-making, and took school pretty seriously. Still my favorite prank I pulled. We told him, he got really angry and tried to kick six of our asses at the same time, and we all got suspended. Years later, we're still good friends, and he has it framed on his wall.

    As a "senior prank", we stole all of the mouse balls from the downstairs computer labs and mailed them back to the school, with the return address being the principal's home address.

    I was never a delinquent, but I sure did love pranks. Most of the rest of society apparently does not, so I toned it down for college, although we did a few from time to time.

    Ah, memories...
     
  18. iMpathetic thread starter macrumors 68030

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    Man, I love this thread....
     
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    I was in trouble a lot at school, but we weren't really into doing destructive or evil things, just a lot of mischievous and silly things really.

    Things like being in charge of the snack vending machine and finding the manual told you how to reprogramme the display to display sinister and comedy messages which we updated at least weekly. When we left we changed it to a cheeky remark about the year that were taking over the snack machine responsibilities and threw that page of the manual away. ;)

    Spending days copying down timetables and planning and putting notes in every single register one morning telling every single form tutor in the school there had been a room change and sending every class in the school to the wrong room. Several classes may have also ended up outside in their PE kit. :D

    I had far too many detentions but never got into any serious trouble, really, I think because a lot of the things were actually quite funny. I got into more trouble for not doing homework (presumably because was spending all my time plotting evil timetable changes and things).

    Edit: Xfujinon, that mouse ball thing is excellent.:D
     
  20. Aranince macrumors 65816

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    1st grade..I yelled loudly for someone to pass the markers. Had to go sit alone in the back of the room. Shame on me. Probably the reason why I'm know for being quiet now lol.
     
  21. nlivo macrumors 6502a

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    Although this isn't actually at school, the school did get involved. This I am actually quite ashamed of and I know you guys will find it pretty bad but......

    One night I got text saying to come over and have a few drinks at a guys place just down the road so I snuck out and went to his place (it was my birthday [15th]). His place wasn't far from mine and there is a special school (mentally disabled) near his house. When I got there they were throwing golf balls at the special school. I, being the idiot, stood back and watched and talking to another mate. I didn't even think how terrible it was what they were doing. Eventually they stopped and we went into the guys place and got extremely drunk. Later that night I walked home and was fine. The next day I get a call up from the guy's who's house I was at and.....he said that after I went home he and the other guys went back to the special school and threw more golf balls into the windows etc, ripped off a memorial plark and threw it through the door. They then got caught by the cops, two of them were expelled from the school, I was asked to go see the headmaster and he told my parents. It was all very messy.
     
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    Got caught smoking pot in the smoking area in grade 12. How was I to know that they meant we could only smoke cigarettes? :confused:
     
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    As you should be. :mad:. But, at least you weren't actually throwing the golf balls. All is not lost. :)

    Is that what you told the school authorities?
     
  24. nlivo macrumors 6502a

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    At my school when you're in year 9 you have your own building just for that year and it very communal. They have all the doors open and it's a nice circle for all the classrooms to face each other etc. Anyway, me and my mate stole all the door stops one day and it was extremely funny. One teacher went out and bought her own door stop, we then stole that again. One day in 'Levels' (a thing where the whole year level meets [once a week] and just tell us stuff) they mentioned it and said we would like them returned. Well everyone student looked over at us two, I just started cracking up. Eventually we took it too far and stole the head-teacher's office door-stop and she sort of caught us (actually it was just me). She just crapped on about how I had a chance to take them back and I took it too far, yada yada yada.
     
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    Lenient headmaster! That was funnier. You are forgiven. :D
     

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