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My principal was a massive fucking dickwhole, but she was a whamen.
Like two years before graduating I had some trouble with algebra and geometry, and she called me and two of my buddies to her office, where a goddamn assembly was formed with other teachers and like the top guys in the school. Nearly got expelled, as did the rest of my friends.
One year past graduation. Me and one of the guys return. Suddenly the principal walks by while we chattin with our favorite art teacher, and she like goes "oh, my two favorite students, how good to see you". The fucking nerve of that old dusty cunt. Goddamn.
, When I went to middle school there was this punishment called "benching". Basically, you had to wear a neon-green sticker on your shirt that said "benched" so other students would know. They wouldn't let you sit with your friends during lunch; you had to sit at the benched table. You could be benched for failing to turn in a certain number of homework assignments, eating food in class, poor participation, etc. Benching lasted a certain amount of time (could be a week to a month), and to remove it, you needed to schedule a parent-teacher meeting and give a speech to the entire student body (yes, the whole fucking school) about why you were benched and how you'll promise not to be benched again.
We also had mandatory Saturday school, where we had mandatory extracurricular activities like the chess club, journalism, football, etc for 2 hours. I was in the chess club and journalism (you had to be in 2). My principal saw how I had one of the highest GPAs in the school, and on some Friday she asked me to start going to the academic club. I had a lot of trouble paying attention as a kid, and I forgot things easily; I had high grades because I was naturally smart, so I never really had to study or pay too much attention.
I forgot to show up to the academic club on Saturday. On Monday, she called me into her office and benched me for it. I couldn't fucking believe the audacity of this bitch; she fucking ASKED me to join, not demanded. Even my mom was pissed off during the parent-teacher meeting; it was hilarious.
I ended up leaving that school after 2 years anyway, so it doesn't matter. I haven't thought about any of the bullshit I experienced in middle school for a while... it feels good getting it off my chest.
Holy fucking shit that sounds absolutely maddening and hilarious at the same time. Well, the concept of benching if hysterical right now, but I bet it was fucking fear tactics when you were studying. Hell, I know I'd be scared of it. Speaking to the whole school, hell, even to the class is not a pleasant thing for me.
I remember we had obligatory extra-curricular activities as well, but not in Saturdays, just after every lesson was over, and that was around 15:00-16:00 in the day. We had to participate in these stupid fucking folklore dancing classes and then give performances for the whole school, because the school hired this wacky goddamn broad of a woman and had to give her something to do. Later on she made a whole ansamble, basically a group that does the dancing officially and they became our schools "pride and joy", but generally we were laughing at the stupid shit they did.
Anyway, I always was forced to go to this thing, I was made to dance for like 5-10 minutes and then I'd just say "fuck it" and stand beside a window and watch with a smirk on my face. The first times she tried to physically force me, but then I got physical as well. Didn't get into trouble for some mysterious goddamn reason, but after a while I managed to influence with my stunts some other people from my class and we bailed altogether from that horrid shit show. Parents were called. My mom supported me and confirmed that if that shitty dancing hell is not obligatory and not in the official school curriculum they can't force me to do shit. And that's the story of how I freed my dancing chains.
That actually reminds me of our "Mandatory elective contents", which we had in secondary (15-19 age bracket) school. At least they had decency to squeeze in that "mandatory"part into the name.
Either way, the whole concept was kinda silly. You needed to accumulate 36 points, but what classified for a point (don't think there was anything that gave you
point, usually it was 6, 12 or 18 points). You could have a extra-curicural activity 3 hour/week and it would award 12 points. Being active member of a local club would net you 12. Theater or cinema subscriptions (basically packet of 6 shows) would net you 12 as well (but you only needed to have it, noone ever checked if you went to watch shows/movies and even then, movies were pretty much usual Hollywood produce). Alternatively you could read a book and present it to class, which would net you 6 point, but teacher needed to give you an OK on the book (again, only once she actually said no and even that was when one of my school mates, a class clown, jokingly suggested
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In addition to aforementioned theatre/cinema subscriptions, the local club membership was one of best evasion. In less then a year there were many clubs registered, that were basically participation points mills and you never actually had to do anything. At least for subscription, you had to pay money (granted, the cinema one was 24euros).
Three months square dancing. All for some shitty play I was never even cast in.
Holy fuck that's hysterical. Like of all the things you guys could've been forced to do, they forced you to learn folklore dancing. I would've bailed too; I've been forced to sing and dance multiple times in my life, and it was always insanely cringy and embarrassing. I think being forced to dance in school is what made me avoid dancing later in life, so now I'm a terrible dancer, which is why I avoid going to clubs and parties my friends invite me to.
Elementary and Middle school fucked me up, man. People always wonder why I say high school was the best experience of my life; it's because I went to a public school where no gave a fuck and I wasn't forced to do any of that extracurricular bullshit.
I don't go to the clubs cuz I'm a shit dancer AND because I'm weirdly nervous around a lot of people, thus leading me to sweat bullets and think about who is thinking what about me. But that's my skeleton.
Besides dancing we were also kinda forced to attend knitting and cooking classes, because there was a division between the girls and boys. The boys would go to woodshop, the girls would do home stuff. Since out woodshop guy got into an accident and was forced to bail the job for a looooong ass period of years, we got stuck with the girls doing sewing, cooking, knitting, placing the silverware and using a ruler to place the goddamn dished properly from the side of the table and shit like that. Granted, some of that knowledge actually is useful, but the other shit is like... Why would anyone do this to a child. Knitting socks and scarves. WE DID LIKE TWO COASTERS.
The next year we just had gym and went to play dodgeball or football. But then they merged us back together for gym and it was horrible to see girls play anything, since they couldn't fucking hit any ball and just made a complete mess of things. We just went to the class to waste 100 minutes of our lives.
Ohhh, we had cooking class as elective too... Well it was called "Healthy food" club, but it was mainly cooking, unless the professor who led it came around.
It was a running gag among students, as the "kitchen" used for it was rarely used staff break room which has a small counter and stove. I know of three guys who'd take it seriously, two of them were (and still are) very good cooks and third one is now actually a full-fledged chef.
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