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gangsterkathryn

Jewess 🇮🇱
Oct 20, 2015
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Seriously, it's All the straight A's, All the touchdowns, All the pussy, All the gangsta street cred..... motherfuckers here acting like "I did a 5 year stint in Rikers for stabbing that bitch in the neck, but I got out early because I aced my AP Calculus exam and got a 1490 on my SAT's"
I have so much gangster street cred.
 

SongExotic2

ATM 3 CHAMPION OF THE WORLD
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Jan 16, 2015
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No. I didn’t do homework. Can’t have straight As without homework. Sadly.
Homework is for idiots. You know when you are a grown up and you apply for a job, can you guess how many chocolate frosted fucks they give about how you did at high school??


Nope


It's none
 

SongExotic2

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I'm glad I did awful at school. At that boring bullshit is worthless. You tell that cunt Pythagoras I said triangles are gay and useless.
 
Jun 28, 2016
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I agree wholeheartedly with this, I blame parents for the behavior of their children. Parents coddle their kids to the point of not allowing their kids to fail and learn on their own.... I understand wanting to give your kids the best possible life, or even the opportunities that you didn't have, but let your kids fail and take some lumps in life .. builds character
My 3 yo was crying about not getting her way and it not being fair.
My 5 yo told "Life isn't fair, <name>. And the world is mean."

Sturgill Simpson lyrics, but 100% my dad and grandpa.

I had a 4th grade teacher who hated me for being dramatically more quick-witted than her. I'm not being boastful, it was just the situation.
She had these little 3" 'Garfield' notebooks prepared to show my parents at conference that were FULL of literally everything I did for a quarter, written in red ink. "2:17 - Turned around and talked to Mac after being told not to. 2:33 - talked after being told to be quiet"...craziness.

I'd told my dad that she was out to get me in trouble, and was out of her head.
"There's gonna be people like that over you in your life. You're just gonna have to figure out how to get through it."

I got my first C when I was in 6th grade, my mom made me take it and show it to my Grandpa.
He looked at it, looked me in the eye and said "The world needs ditch-diggers, too." and handed it back.
 

SongExotic2

ATM 3 CHAMPION OF THE WORLD
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Jan 16, 2015
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My 3 yo was crying about not getting her way and it not being fair.
My 5 yo told "Life isn't fair, <name>. And the world is mean."

Sturgill Simpson lyrics, but 100% my dad and grandpa.

I had a 4th grade teacher who hated me for being dramatically more quick-witted than her. I'm not being boastful, it was just the situation.
She had these little 3" 'Garfield' notebooks prepared to show my parents at conference that were FULL of literally everything I did for a quarter, written in red ink. "2:17 - Turned around and talked to Mac after being told not to. 2:33 - talked after being told to be quiet"...craziness.

I'd told my dad that she was out to get me in trouble, and was out of her head.
"There's gonna be people like that over you in your life. You're just gonna have to figure out how to get through it."

I got my first C when I was in 6th grade, my mom made me take it and show it to my Grandpa.
He looked at it, looked me in the eye and said "The world needs ditch-diggers, too." and handed it back.
I remember being shamed by a teacher when I think I was maybe 8. He asked the class a question. Nobody raised a hand. Dummies. Then he got mad and points at me and asks me the question. I told him cows make milk or whatever the fuck he asked. He asked why I didn't raise my hand and I said I couldn't be bothered

He went on a tirade about why it's attitudes like mine that make his job pointless and if we aren't interested why should he be etc.

Was only 7-8 years old.
 

RaginCajun

Sharing My Heart And My Part
Oct 25, 2015
18,389
44,601
I remember being shamed by a teacher when I think I was maybe 8. He asked the class a question. Nobody raised a hand. Dummies. Then he got mad and points at me and asks me the question. I told him cows make milk or whatever the fuck he asked. He asked why I didn't raise my hand and I said I couldn't be bothered

He went on a tirade about why it's attitudes like mine that make his job pointless and if we aren't interested why should he be etc.

Was only 7-8 years old.
You should have asked him how many RAMs his phone had?
 

SongExotic2

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Jan 16, 2015
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You should have asked him how many RAMs his phone had?
That fucken idiot wouldn't have even known. Tbh tho that guy was pretty cool in the end. It was in his class we had the spelling bee. He had to make another tier for me and this one other chick (who I should look up, not seen her a couple years) as we were beasts at it. Also the school had no funding pretty much so the teachers used to bring in thier own stuff to keep us Interested. I remember one day he showed up with some disarmed rifles and a hand grenade that was now a piggy bank.

The teacher before that had a fur fox that she had chopped the tail off, she didn't expose it to us until we got to a certain chapter of the fantastic Mr fox. (It was like the red wedding when she finished the chapter and returned with a fur fox with no tail around he neck) mic drop shit.

Really good school


I learned absolutely fuck all there. But I sure did enjoy it.
 

Never_Rolled

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I remember being shamed by a teacher when I think I was maybe 8. He asked the class a question. Nobody raised a hand. Dummies. Then he got mad and points at me and asks me the question. I told him cows make milk or whatever the fuck he asked. He asked why I didn't raise my hand and I said I couldn't be bothered

He went on a tirade about why it's attitudes like mine that make his job pointless and if we aren't interested why should he be etc.

Was only 7-8 years old.
I hope he gave you a proper rearing.
 

ConorMcGregorsBeard

Stewart Era Liberal
Jul 22, 2015
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The people who you speak of, the ones who got beat up for being the weird kid, are the generation who are now raising children.
So... the Utopian hardass society that people seem to yearn for nowadays literally created the parenting that those people now lament.

People love to complain about how today's kids aren't raised the way they were.... but they fail to realize that it's their own generation's fault that things changed.

"Today's kids just aren't what they used to be." - The incompetent assholes who raise today's kids.
You're completely ignoring society's role in how people grow up.
 

SongExotic2

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I hope he gave you a proper rearing.
He was very mad. Like I said he figured me out eventually and I responded with that spelling bee shit where I never relented. My next teacher was very different and I imagine it's because he had been pre warned.

He shamed me too for picking on someone. I'll never forget that either.
 

gangsterkathryn

Jewess 🇮🇱
Oct 20, 2015
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Homework is for idiots. You know when you are a grown up and you apply for a job, can you guess how many chocolate frosted fucks they give about how you did at high school??


Nope


It's none
Are you sure it’s not like three chocolate frosted fucks? Like. It could be three. I have a feeling.
 

gangsterkathryn

Jewess 🇮🇱
Oct 20, 2015
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It's always been two. Check my post history with a fucken lawyer present
I did, I was in pre-law in high school, so I’m pretty close to being a lawyer, even though I didn’t do my homework. You said none. So. You’re still wrong.