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Teacher's Conference - girls vs. boys

Teacher' s conference...
Girls...
WHEN YOUR DAUGHTER WALKA
INTO ; I' LIKE AN ANGEL
ENTERED AND TURNED / tidy' .
RAINBOW .
PLEASE '/ e Eliis" jlouis
Eta Allt? WITH
Tueday TWO BAGS as RITALIN.
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#81 - DrollHumor ONLINE (03/04/2013) [-]
Spanking is bad, but drugging them into an obedient stupor is fine?
Spanking is bad, but drugging them into an obedient stupor is fine?
#137 to #81 - lamarisagoodname (03/04/2013) [-]
That's a very good point.
#144 to #81 - africanking (03/04/2013) [-]
welcome to America. this is how things are done here
#93 to #81 - largilloquent (03/04/2013) [-]
welcome to female logic friend, its a dark and scary road ahead, take this with you
#95 to #93 - DrollHumor ONLINE (03/04/2013) [-]
I shall cherish Pikaman forever and ever. That adorable incorruptible bastard.
User avatar #98 to #95 - largilloquent (03/04/2013) [-]
treat him well sir. me and him go way back.
User avatar #103 to #98 - thecheater (03/04/2013) [-]
That moment when you realize DrollHumor is female.
User avatar #105 to #103 - largilloquent (03/04/2013) [-]
women can be sirs. ARandomSpoon
User avatar #173 to #105 - ARandomSpoon (03/04/2013) [-]
Why thanks :)
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User avatar #53 - tehweave (03/03/2013) [-]
Ahh ritalin. The drug you give to your kid when you can't be a parent.
User avatar #62 to #53 - semilunarknight (03/03/2013) [-]
While I agree for some cases, I'd also like to ask you to get shafted. No offence
User avatar #118 to #53 - JimiHendrix (03/04/2013) [-]
This is the first comment that made actually laugh out loud in a while. Perfect
User avatar #72 to #53 - theuglypanda ONLINE (03/03/2013) [-]
Or your child legitimately has ADHD and the medicine helps them to noticeably focus and perform better in school.
Yeah
User avatar #79 to #72 - gmarrox ONLINE (03/04/2013) [-]
I have legitimate ADHD and Ritalin just made me sick all the time, lethargic, suicidal, and gave me hallucinations. I only improved my grades because I thought my parents were trying to kill me with drugs unless I performed better. **** that **** .
User avatar #83 to #79 - theuglypanda ONLINE (03/04/2013) [-]
Well I have ADHD as well, and the meds I'm taking really do help me. I'm not sure if ritalin is really all that different, but I take vyvanse, and the improvement I see in myself is really nice
User avatar #178 to #83 - doctrine (03/04/2013) [-]
I don't know why you're getting thumbed down because a type of medicine worked for you. I took some ADHD medication but it made me feel sick, doesn't mean it happens to everybody.
User avatar #75 to #72 - liquidz (03/03/2013) [-]
Too many misdiagnosis of that **** to just go on their word now
User avatar #54 to #53 - somedumbcomics (03/03/2013) [-]
Yes, thank you!
User avatar #66 to #53 - suikerpapa ONLINE (03/03/2013) [-]
I take ritalin. Because I have ADHD, and it helps me concentrate, I am not hyperactive anymore. Haven't had an attack like that in over 8 years. So if you would kindly piss off together with your biased opinions.
#73 to #66 - ogomer ONLINE (03/03/2013) [-]
This is the internet kid, never take anything seriously.
This is the internet kid, never take anything seriously.
User avatar #115 to #66 - chezburgadominator (03/04/2013) [-]
My brother took it when we were children, he was highly lethargic and just scared the **** out of me when I was little to be around. We could be happy n **** , the second he takes that, it's like someone sucked the life out of him and he didn't want anything more than to just sit down somewhere and sleep.
User avatar #319 to #115 - suikerpapa ONLINE (03/04/2013) [-]
he probably took too much of it then. Happens sometimes, it turns some people into zombies.
User avatar #323 to #319 - chezburgadominator (03/04/2013) [-]
That's actually the phrase I remember calling him when we were little.. a zombie. It was just scary.
User avatar #324 to #323 - suikerpapa ONLINE (03/04/2013) [-]
he definitely took the wrong dosage then.
User avatar #136 to #53 - liamdurf ONLINE (03/04/2013) [-]
Happy to have parents that accepted my insanity. Probably because they are also insane.
#69 to #53 - twinnedorphan (03/03/2013) [-]
I took that **** for 2 years...
#1 - biembobo (03/03/2013) [-]
ninja's > rainbows. gg.
#64 - HughHefner (03/03/2013) [-]
**** ever giving my kid ritalin or any of those medications, I used to get paranoid hallucenations at night from age 10 to 12 and never knew why until i found out chronic use of stimulants (Mine being 30mg Adderall XR at 90lbs, a LOT for a kid that size) can cause hallucenations and forms of psychosis. I remember staying up all night once watching these ghostly hands on the wall make all kinds of crazy gestures at me, it was terrifying. It bothers me a lot to see ADD/ADHD diagnoses and powerful amphetamine medications being given out to kids as a kneejerk reaction to a little unattentiveness at school. I didnt remember anything about those 2 years until recently taking mushrooms and it all came back, imagine being tweaked outta your head for 2 years.


TL;DR Dont drug your children, As much as they get you to think otherwise Doctors didnt know too much about the adverse side effects it causes in children until those kids grew up
#74 to #64 - swagbot ONLINE (03/03/2013) [-]
Holy **** Bro!

Not good. dayum
User avatar #111 to #64 - thedarkestrogue (03/04/2013) [-]
oh god. I was 65 lbs on 25 mg back when I was a freshman in high school.
That stuff ****** me up. I couldnt eat, saw freaky **** and was so antisocial that I didn't have a single friend because of all the medication induced anxiety I had.
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User avatar #94 to #90 - HughHefner (03/04/2013) [-]
Ive been put on everything, Daytrana, Concerta, Vyvanse, Ritalin, Adderall and im sure some others ive forgotten. Hopefully none of this comes off as hurr durr I was a medical experiment im quirky, no, they really did have a "lets see what this dosage of this medication does" attitude about it, theres a good bit written about frivolious diagnoses/ misdiagnoses of ADD/ ADHD and liberal application of powerful stimulants to kids, its kinda sick
#65 to #64 - anon (03/03/2013) [-]
That explains a lot of **** that's happened to be combine it with my sleep paralysis
(where my body goes to sleep but my eyes remain open and I can see but am unable to move)
That happens sometimes
I had one scary childhood....
User avatar #71 to #65 - HughHefner (03/03/2013) [-]
That only happened to me once, I just wouldnt sleep at all and be up for sometimes 3 consecutive days a week because of the Adderall, a kid that age's word holds no weight when they complain of not eating, sleeping, the school day litterally feeling like a week (severe time dilation) and losing the ability to hold a conversation because what does a little kid know about medicine, doctor knows best, right? I was always told "its just all in your head". Its kinda ****** up but im all fine now
#92 to #64 - huntergriff (03/04/2013) [-]
They gave me about the same amount. made my ******* legs hurt like a bitch, like i felt like they were getting cut off or something. And don't even get me started on the ******* nightmares...this entire ******** ****** lasted from when i was like 6 until i was like 15...
User avatar #333 to #92 - huntergriff (03/05/2013) [-]
Also, that pic is relavent, it was like being in a ******* dead space game...
User avatar #70 to #64 - guiguito (03/03/2013) [-]
wait what?
i need to talk to my mom brb
#78 to #70 - swagbot ONLINE (03/04/2013) [-]
don't back down.

(And, if they pressure you, there's an easy solution... just don't take the **** !)
User avatar #96 to #78 - guiguito (03/04/2013) [-]
kinda cornered them
aparently your mind don't make the walls move when it's dark, neither does it make them laugh at you.
#99 to #96 - swagbot ONLINE (03/04/2013) [-]
FuuuuCK!

nice job! Chalk another one up for The Forces of Good this day! Huzzah!
User avatar #101 to #99 - guiguito (03/04/2013) [-]
am i missing the reference?
User avatar #182 - somedumbcomics (03/04/2013) [-]
Since there have been so many posts, as the author I felt compelled to explain why I wrote the comic.

As the father of a boy and a girl I have seen the different ways in which they behave and interact with their peers. Oh yeah, I also grew up a boy and saw how girls acted with each other. You don't need a degree in psychology to understand that boys and girls are different.

I am also not under the illusion that everyone acts the same way. So, please, no more "yeah, but, I was different." I get it...we're all human...everyone's different. I'm talking in generalities.

Back to the point, boys have been subjected to an overwhelming amount of pressure to not act like boys. They are disciplined, degraded and HEAVILY over-medicated. As the father of a lively, active, outgoing boy I am constantly afraid of the day that one of his teacher's is going to suggest that he might be ADHD. To be clear, he will never, EVER go on any kind of medication. I will even go to jail to prevent it, if it ever came to that. Fortunetly, I've never had to make that choice...yet.

The point is, teachers (mostly women...yeah, I said it) don't know how or want to deal with typically boy behaviour. Boys can be loud, rough, impulsive and prone to fighting. Unless someone is in serious danger, LET BOYS BE BOYS.

Are there boys with serious problems that require medication? You bet! But you are doing them no service by over-prescribing these mind-altering medications to boys who probably don't need them. You are depriving the ones who really need the help.

Will my dumb little comic stem the tide of over-prescribing? Probably not. But, I feel better having been able to rant. And really, isn't that what it's all about?

Hugs and kisses!
User avatar #245 to #182 - marinepenguin (03/04/2013) [-]
You are now my new favorite comic maker. You've earned yourself another subscriber.
#236 to #182 - disembodiedlord (03/04/2013) [-]
^We need more family men like you.
#130 - thisotherdude (03/04/2013) [-]
Or the ever so famous: "Your son was playing a game with his friends in which *insert any situation in which we used our imaginations when we were young to pretend we were fighting aliens or some 			****		 like that,* you should take him to therapy"   
   
Modern day logic, if your child does anything that normal children do, assume the worst and look for the single easiest way to make it someone else's problem.
Or the ever so famous: "Your son was playing a game with his friends in which *insert any situation in which we used our imaginations when we were young to pretend we were fighting aliens or some **** like that,* you should take him to therapy"

Modern day logic, if your child does anything that normal children do, assume the worst and look for the single easiest way to make it someone else's problem.
User avatar #163 to #130 - crystalakekiler (03/04/2013) [-]
And that's how I went to therapy when I was 7. But I was drawing people getting killed.
#77 - swagbot ONLINE (03/04/2013) [-]
We don't need no....
"ED-U-CA-TION".
We don't need no....
THOUGHT-CON-TROL.
No dark sarcasm - in the class-room.
TEACHERS LEAVE THOSE KIDS ALONE!!!
#86 - senorfrog (03/04/2013) [-]
**** teachers, my kindergarten teacher tried to put me on Ritalin saying I have ADHD but really I didn't want to listen to her crappy stories or stand in line like a slave to her.
#100 to #86 - anon (03/04/2013) [-]
Teachers can medicate children in your country?
User avatar #89 to #86 - pseudobob **User deleted account** (03/04/2013) [-]
Kritallin?
User avatar #67 - toxicrepulsion (03/03/2013) [-]
more like your son is failing and needs help that i am not going to do anything about - teacher
#82 to #67 - anon (03/04/2013) [-]
If he had potential for success, he wouldn't be failing. He's just a reatrd
User avatar #109 - thedarkestrogue (03/04/2013) [-]
I actually had ADHD. Even though the medication actually worked, it made me feel like **** and I almost died because i couldnt eat.
I decided to go off it at the end of high school and i gained control over it and now I'm fine. They need to stop forcing kids to take this **** .
User avatar #106 - tiddycats (03/04/2013) [-]
******* hated that **** , I got fine grades in elementary but they tried to make me go on ritalin when I told the prick principal(he was a cancer survivor or something like that, and he seemed to think that this was a free pass to act like a dick to everyone and shout like crazy) to stop screaming at my class cause someone spilt a milk on a keyboard, I started frigging halucinating and vomiting every time I had one so they figured I was allergic and took me off of it and instead started making me go to a friggin psychologist.
I found out later that they are so ready to diagnose kids with ADD and the like because schools get more money for teaching kids with disabilities, and those count as disabilities, because not being a mindless drone is apparently, a disability.
User avatar #133 - izzygirl (03/04/2013) [-]
Mine were always about how I wasn't using my full potential.
I'm not even sorry I almost got detention for reading a book instead of paying attention to the lesson the teacher was going on and on about.
#213 to #133 - anon (03/04/2013) [-]
Dude,i DID get detention for stupid **** like that.
User avatar #217 to #213 - izzygirl (03/04/2013) [-]
That sucks, man.
#214 to #133 - muffinssnuffims (03/04/2013) [-]
Same.

Why is it they always say "He isn't using his full potential" when they really mean "They won't do my BS hw or don't give me eye contact when going over 2+2."

I also got many detentions for reading other stuff from being bored during class. As well as for working on code for my robot which was going to the FTC world championships.

I'm also a kid who managed to never get lower than a 95 on ANY chemistry graded homework, tests, quizzes, midterms or finals, but still got a D because I had migraines all the time and had a hard time using what little time I had left to focus on the boring task of copying lab write-ups that I already knew the obvious answers to.

They literally made you copy EVERYTHING and gave you all the answers outright. How the hell were you supposed to stay interested in literally being nothing more than a human printer for hours at a time??!!?! Not to mention that all the labs were about as uninteresting as could be anyways, or repeats of what you'd already done in earlier grades, with half of them being ones you had already done on your own while you were still in freaking preschool, like coloring a coffee filter with markers, dipping it in different liquids and watching the colors separate (which is like watching paint dry, and is even worse the second time).
User avatar #216 to #214 - izzygirl (03/04/2013) [-]
I know exactly what you're talking about.
Hell, I almost got a detention in second grade because I thought the time spent between words on spelling tests were a waste. I started reading a book after I wrote down my answer, and the brat next to me was like "Omg, Mrs. K, she's cheating! She's READING A BOOK!"
None of the words on our second grade spelling test were in the book. It was Harry Potter for ****** sake.
#224 to #216 - muffinssnuffims (03/04/2013) [-]
Yup. Honestly they don't challenge kids enough, and don't hire good enough teachers often as well.

I remember I once got in trouble in middle school because in English we had read a short story on a magic book with infinite pages in it that drove a guy crazy, and the teacher started talking about how of course it could only be in fantasy because you can't have an infinite book in an already infinite universe because that doesn't make sense.

So I tried to explain to him that you can have greater and lesser infinities (as well as finite infinities), and despite giving very clear cut, simple examples for both greater/lesser infinities, he not only didn't understand, but I got sent to the office. Why? Because I was giving him a headache.

I was like: I GET IT. YOU'RE A DUMB ENGLISH TEACHER WHO DOESN'T EVEN WANNA HEAR ABOUT IT. BUT YOU WERE THE ONE WHO ASSIGNED THE SHORT STORY, SO IF THE CONCEPT OF INFINITY GIVES YOU A HEADACHE, ASSIGN A DIFFERENT FREAKING STORY!

I even got detention in trig. for using far more advanced trig than where the class was to write pathfinding programming because it wasn't what we were doing in class.
User avatar #227 to #224 - izzygirl (03/04/2013) [-]
I hate teachers like that. If a kid is too smart for your class, instead of reacting negatively and thinking there's something wrong that a child is smart and can use their brain, why not try to get them placed in a more challenging class?
Is that so hard to understand? It's what they do in high school, why can't they do it in elementary school?
#237 to #227 - muffinssnuffims (03/04/2013) [-]
Well trig was high school so... ya. They really don't do that much better of a job in high school either.

Really to some extent I understand if they can only give so many classes, and can't give every single student one-on-one, or can't support having classes that only have 5 kids. I mean I think we need to improve the system so that such things aren't so difficult and kids can be taken on more of a case-by-case basis, but that's the system's fault, not the fault of those in it.

But ya I really don't understand why kids are punished for stuff like that: directly or otherwise (through BS participation grades and hw).

Thankfully my Calc teacher was awesome. Barely gives any points whatsoever on hw, and is extremely flexible. Gives hard tests, but never on anything he didn't cover in class. Hard class, but everyone loves him because he does his job well, and always offers help to those who need it, it's basically just up to them to take the time with him.

And you know what? Despite it being a BC Calc course (most schools I know only even offer AB), in over 30 years he's hardly had any students at all get below a 4. I think he's had two 3s or so. I know one of them was because a student was in the hospital and missed like 4 months of school right at the end. So yeah. Pretty much all his students get 5s. ******* love that guy, his classes were the most interesting and awesome classes I've ever had.
User avatar #240 to #237 - izzygirl (03/04/2013) [-]
You're lucky. I had to drop out of my AP Calc class because my teacher couldn't explain **** . He'd give us an example problem, and it would make sense, then we'd look at our work, and it wouldn't make any sense. We'd have no idea where to start, and when we'd ask him for help, instead of solving a problem actually on our work, he'd make up a problem to solve and do the exact same **** he'd done, still without teaching us what we needed to know.
I did not want to waste money taking the AP Calc test because I knew I'd fail it. Bastard wasted two months of school before he finally let me drop the class.
#244 to #240 - muffinssnuffims (03/04/2013) [-]
That sucks. I know the feeling. Hopefully someday you can get a teacher like him and he'll sort you out.

Like I was missing tons of algebra because my old teacher hadn't even covered 1/3 of the required material, but he caught me up and filled in all the holes no problem. And then some.

Like you know how most all algebra teachers when asked about why anything^0 equals 1 (x^0=1), they say something like "well it just is that way," or "you'll have to ask the expert math people, I have no idea."

Well it turns out it's ridiculously simple. You know the subractive/additive properties of multiplied and divided exponents? Like how x^5 / x^2 = x^3.
Now what happens when you take x^n / x^n? Like say, 7^2 / 7^2?

Well then that would be 7^0, but would also be 1! It really is that simple. And yet I've never met anyone outside his class who knew why x^0 = 1. It's harder to explain in FJ comments, so I hope that made sense. But if it did, tell your friends, and tell them to tell their friends, because that's one of those questions that all the smart kids ask and are disappointed because the teacher almost never has the answer, even though the stuff needed to answer it is all in the same chapter of most books.
User avatar #246 to #244 - izzygirl (03/04/2013) [-]
It made perfect sense, and one of my teachers before that terrible one actually was able to explain it to me.
What's sad is when the kids have no choice but to ask each other for help because the teachers can't do their jobs properly.
User avatar #167 to #133 - darkangeloffire (03/04/2013) [-]
I always got my books taken away in class. What pissed my 8th grade science teacher off more was that I could read or sleep through her entire lesson and still pass her class with A's. Other teachers just took them for the class and it got so bad that I had to start bringing back-up books.
User avatar #174 to #167 - yourdadsdad (03/04/2013) [-]
That image made me laugh. I could see you reading a book and the teacher taking it, then you pull out another book and start reading it, and the teacher just having a rage moment.
User avatar #171 to #167 - izzygirl (03/04/2013) [-]
My teachers would hate that I could pay no attention in class, and still pass. Not always with an A, but I passed. That's where the whole "Not using the full potential" crap came into play.
User avatar #192 to #171 - darkangeloffire (03/04/2013) [-]
I got that speech as well, from My 8th grade social studies teacher, my mom, and the principal of my school no less. It was annoying.
User avatar #197 to #192 - izzygirl (03/04/2013) [-]
Yeah. Didn't matter though, even in sixth grade, when I failed a class for three quarters, I managed to effortlessly get a B+ the last quarter to get a D as my year average.
User avatar #198 to #197 - darkangeloffire (03/04/2013) [-]
Not bad. I managed to do as well as the rest, except in Language Arts where I just got A's because reading was needed in that class.
User avatar #200 to #198 - izzygirl (03/04/2013) [-]
Ah, Language Art was far too easy.
Social Studies was the class I tended to fail and miraculously pass at the end of the year.
History was just so...dry. All the facts. All the details. I can't pay attention to a story if it doesn't have enough dialogue, and Social Studies was the worst class for me because of that.
User avatar #202 to #200 - darkangeloffire (03/04/2013) [-]
History is the class I love and destroy. In fact, English/Language Arts classes and Social Studies/History classes are my favourites. Like My Civics and Economics class two years ago. I finished a 100 question final in half an hour and got the highest grade out of all four classes my teacher taught.
User avatar #203 to #202 - izzygirl (03/04/2013) [-]
Oddly enough, I loved Language Arts and Mathematics. Math was logical, always. Even when I was in kindergarten and we were learning subtraction, my teachers would say something like four minus seven wasn't possible because seven was bigger than four, and all I could think was "aren't there negative numbers? It'd be negative three then..."
I even wrote that on one of my tests, and my teacher was like "Don't worry about negatives. You don't need to know them yet."

In retrospect, I think that was when I stopped caring about what they taught in school.
User avatar #205 to #203 - darkangeloffire (03/04/2013) [-]
Math was always my Achilles heel. It's the way teachers explain it, for the most part. They simply say "Here it is, now perform Math magic". The only math teacher I ever really liked a lot was my teacher last Semester for me. He made it fun because he joked around with the students and that helped us to learn the formulas.
User avatar #207 to #205 - izzygirl (03/04/2013) [-]
My teachers were able to make math understandable, but they could never engage me in history. Not until my junior year of highschool, at least. My history teacher then would stand on a person's desk and shout things like "DEATH TO THE REDCOATS!" Man, that guy was awesome.
User avatar #212 to #207 - darkangeloffire (03/04/2013) [-]
My US history teacher was eccentric. He didn't jump on peoples desks, but he carries a stick and hits peoples desks with with. And he's pretty damn funny. Of course the stick thing comes from Teddy Roosevelt's quote of "Talk small and carry a big stick."
User avatar #146 to #133 - combatarms (03/04/2013) [-]
my god, I thought I was the only one who got detention for reading. Thumb for you good sir.
User avatar #149 to #146 - izzygirl (03/04/2013) [-]
More than once, in several grades. You can't tear me away from my books.
User avatar #150 to #149 - combatarms (03/04/2013) [-]
Likewise, I try to read at least one a day. I'm a senior in high school and they've finally realized they can't tear me away from my novels.
User avatar #151 to #150 - izzygirl (03/04/2013) [-]
The worst is when you're sitting there, trying to pay attention, but the teacher chooses a really slow reader to read out loud.
And when that person doesn't know how to pronounce words correctly.
When I can finish all the pages meant to be read, and the person isn't even halfway through the paragraph, I should be allowed to finish a chapter in my book.
User avatar #155 to #151 - combatarms (03/04/2013) [-]
Agreed, eventually my english teacher decided I would read EVERYTHING aloud for the class besides the curriculum. I'd sit there for a good while listening to artards try and read aloud. Stupid bitch made me read The Hunger Games to my Junior class for some reason.
User avatar #156 to #155 - izzygirl (03/04/2013) [-]
My teachers always had me read poems out loud because I was the only one who could read them with emotion. That way EVERYONE could understand what it ******* meant.
I absolutely couldn't stand when people would mess up the rhythm of a poem.
User avatar #158 to #156 - combatarms (03/04/2013) [-]
They gave up on our poetry unit because I was the only one who could read like that. Everyone else read like ******* speak and spell robots.
User avatar #159 to #158 - izzygirl (03/04/2013) [-]
It's so nice to talk to someone who understands.
User avatar #161 to #159 - combatarms (03/04/2013) [-]
likewise, rural minnesota doesn't have much for diversity.
User avatar #162 to #161 - izzygirl (03/04/2013) [-]
Man, I went to private, Catholic schools and they still hated me for reading books.
User avatar #166 to #162 - combatarms (03/04/2013) [-]
I got about three months left until I'm out of school. After that I'm working in a concrete plant until enlistment. You'd think that being in a public school you'd get free reign to read. Turns out to be the opposite.
User avatar #170 to #166 - izzygirl (03/04/2013) [-]
I'm already out of school, but I haven't been doing anything with my life. I'm not too keen on going to college, because I don't want massive amounts of debt to pay of for the rest of my life. I haven't had time to get my life together because my brother keeps needing me to help him take care of his wife and child. He's in the army, and sometimes works late, and his wife is suffering all kinds of mental problems.
I just got back home from staying with them for two months. I'm hoping I can start getting my life together, get a job and all that.
User avatar #180 to #170 - combatarms (03/04/2013) [-]
I'm thinking of six years in the corps, I don't have a girlfriend, much less a wife. It's good that you're helping your brother though. College is a bitch, but you need to go these days to get a decent job anywhere. Well, not really, I made 10 bucks an hour working at a lumber mill and that was basic salary. If I had stayed on I could be making more.
User avatar #181 to #180 - izzygirl (03/04/2013) [-]
Pft, I could work at a gym not far from my house and make a decent living just doing the desk job.
I have no problems working two jobs if I have to, though. I have no social life since all my friends went to college, so I wouldn't have to worry about losing that.
User avatar #183 to #181 - combatarms (03/04/2013) [-]
don't you want to go out and see more of the world though? I thought that was part of college.
User avatar #195 to #183 - izzygirl (03/04/2013) [-]
Kind of hard to see the world when you spend most of your time indoors, writing papers, and trying to catch up on sleep.
To me, seeing the world would mean actually going to a different country, not just a different state. I'd rather spend my time doing things that I know will help me in life than doing something that could earn me a useless degree. I'm interested in learning several different languages, and visiting different countries to use those languages.
I know won't get a job for knowing them without a degree to prove it, which is stupid, but that's life.
I'm currently trying to learn Korean, and a mother of one of my friends is Korean. She's said I can call her any time to work on my Korean.
After that, there are at least three other languages I know I want to learn.
User avatar #322 to #195 - combatarms (03/04/2013) [-]
I want to learn Finnish, and maybe German. I hope to visit those countries one day as well.
User avatar #329 to #322 - izzygirl (03/05/2013) [-]
I want to learn Korean, Japanese, Russian, German, and maybe Danish and then visit the respective countries.
User avatar #330 to #329 - combatarms (03/05/2013) [-]
that is a lot of languages, i just aspire to visit a bunch of ww2 battle sites.
User avatar #332 to #330 - izzygirl (03/05/2013) [-]
Best of luck to you in your future endeavors.
If you're joining the military, learning the languages won't be a problem, but getting around to visiting them could be. The more languages you learn, the higher your pay will be.
User avatar #179 - lollerskater (03/04/2013) [-]
we need more of this. Pointing out the flaws in the ****** school system. if you make a boy sit down of 6 hours with 15 minutes of exercise, of course he's going to "misbehave" drugs don't solve this. (I'm not bitter at all)
#164 - Unoriginal (03/04/2013) [-]
As an after school program leader I can say this is not true at all, these little girls have so much attitude nowadays its hard to believe they are still little girls. Also, wearing skin tight semi-transparent tights is a fad that parents seem to have no problem with.

Pic somewhat related.
#117 - schneidend ONLINE (03/04/2013) [-]
MFW my ADD meds would make me fall asleep on the bus ride home in middle school.
MFW my ADD meds would make me fall asleep on the bus ride home in middle school.
#189 - Reeon (03/04/2013) [-]
>Be 6    
>Joined Primary school    
>Bitch teacher leaves class full of 6 year old children to get food   
>Everyone goes about thier business   
>Goes to teachers table and look into desk drawers cuz why not   
>See's wallet   
>Took 50$ because it smelled nice   
>Get back to my seat   
>Mfw my teacher is asking all the older kids the next day about her missing money
>Be 6
>Joined Primary school
>Bitch teacher leaves class full of 6 year old children to get food
>Everyone goes about thier business
>Goes to teachers table and look into desk drawers cuz why not
>See's wallet
>Took 50$ because it smelled nice
>Get back to my seat
>Mfw my teacher is asking all the older kids the next day about her missing money
#186 - anon (03/04/2013) [-]
>Implying ADHD excists and not just bad raising.

I was on pills a lot of my life, and ir ruined it.

Thank you very much, psychiatrists...
#210 to #186 - anon (03/04/2013) [-]
ADHD is a disorder that was INVENTED by pharmaceutical companies so they could peddle amphetamines legally. Problem is they are peddling the most dangerous and destructive kind of dope to CHILDREN who are constantly misdiagnosed.
#185 - jonsworld (03/04/2013) [-]
To much talkin not enough pics
To much talkin not enough pics
User avatar #2 - QuestionMarks ONLINE (03/03/2013) [-]
ha

none of the girls in my class got this
User avatar #3 to #2 - somedumbcomics (03/03/2013) [-]
Yeah, that's not surprising...it's no accident that the teacher in each panel is a woman.
#135 - Slicernicer (03/04/2013) [-]
I once went to go to a school.
I liked building block castles.
I refused to go to circle time.
The teacher tried to convince my parents I was autistic because I was bored of her **** .
I really just wanted to finish my ************* block castle and didn't want to listen to her boring as **** BS.
I would later get kicked out of that school.
They really don't like when you moon your boring teacher.
#153 to #135 - evilthumber (03/04/2013) [-]
i had a kid in my old ´´elementary school´´ threaten my teacher with a baseball bat at age 11 - did get kicked. age 12 my classmate kicks teacher in stomach, idk i think he punched her too. didnt get kicked. man i got tonnes of these stories:D Where the fk did u go to school? tough luck..
#230 to #153 - Slicernicer (03/04/2013) [-]
Did I mention I was 5? WTF is wrong with some schools/teachers?
#331 to #230 - evilthumber (03/05/2013) [-]
i thinks its pretty normal here where im from. I got another pretty fked one.
When i started at a new school when i was like 13-14 there was this kid who was always FKN quiet. Anyways i just though he was the shy type, who kept to his friends such and such (he was a nerdy type). But this guy threw a chair or something in their old teachers pregnant stomach. Anyways the fetus got aborted or whatever it does when it dies inside the stomach..... quick story here didnt really read it through but i hope u get the idea.
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