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(Mirror.co.uk)   Secondary school staff in England are shocked, SHOCKED that students would write inappropriate things in their yearbook responses and are even driving students to their homes during exams to retrieve the yearbooks to burn them   (mirror.co.uk) divider line 39
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2014-05-25 06:05:02 PM  
It's shiat like this makes me glad we broke away from you Limey bastards back in 1776.
 
2014-05-25 06:10:07 PM  
As a high school teacher, LOL.
 
2014-05-25 06:11:30 PM  

mikemoto: It's shiat like this makes me glad we broke away from you Limey bastards back in 1776.


The Atlantic Ocean isn't wide enough. We've started doing similar shiat. I, personally, don't see why anybody cares.
 
2014-05-25 06:12:27 PM  
upload.wikimedia.org

It's an authority legal issue alright, I'll need to refer to the case: "Finders vs. Keepers"
 
2014-05-25 06:14:42 PM  
*clicks on link*


www.threadbombing.com
 
2014-05-25 06:18:05 PM  
So? A collector's item?
 
2014-05-25 06:18:06 PM  
Rusty trombone, Cleveland Steamer, Dirty Sanchez, ATM, Dutch Rudder.

Please burn this post, Laisterdyke Business and Enterprise College.  Preferably by setting all your computers on fire and taking the whole building to the ground.
 
2014-05-25 06:22:10 PM  
Yeah but the Briddish drive on the wrong side of the road so they'll never find an address....
 
2014-05-25 06:27:29 PM  
Book burnings in my Ol Blighty? Are we sure the Germans didn't win WW2?
 
2014-05-25 06:29:45 PM  
i2.kym-cdn.com
 
2014-05-25 06:32:35 PM  
replygif.net
 
2014-05-25 06:36:13 PM  
Oops, I lost it on the way home.  Sorry.
 
2014-05-25 06:38:21 PM  
I clicked and got a bunch of articles on metric football.
 
2014-05-25 06:39:06 PM  

mikemoto: It's shiat like this makes me glad we broke away from you Limey bastards back in 1776.


Yeah, but we save them from the Nazis in '40.
 
2014-05-25 06:39:31 PM  
Can someone translate this to American for me?

College is secondary school?

I've watched Monty Python, so at least I understood "sacked".
 
2014-05-25 06:46:11 PM  
Somebody must have stolen my copy.  If it turns up I'll send it back to you.
 
2014-05-25 06:48:52 PM  
So, those not responsible have been sacked so those responsible could be sacked?

/hire llamas
 
2014-05-25 06:52:08 PM  

GDubDub: Can someone translate this to American for me?

College is secondary school?

I've watched Monty Python, so at least I understood "sacked".


In the UK college normally means high school education aged 16 to 18, although the course content is generally equivalent to college level classes.

Some universities also have 'colleges', see up as subdivisions of the university (e.g King's College, Oxford), but in general you'd as you go to university/uni.
 
2014-05-25 06:59:29 PM  
FTFA: "In the souvenir publication one pupil responded to a question 'what they will miss most?' by writing "smoking a joint at the back of the field"

"A leavers' book at a secondary school is being pulped after printing because it was littered with foul-mouthed and inappropriate comments by students.
In the souvenir publication one pupil responded to a question 'what they will miss most?' by writing "smoking a joint at the back of the field".


In case you missed it the first time
 
2014-05-25 07:06:52 PM  
When I was in middle school, a girl I dated was flipping the bird in one of the year book pictures.  She did that because the photographer kept hitting on her (she had great boobs for a 13 year old girl, that's why I was dating her).  That photo somehow slipped by the censors.

/no, I won't have a seat over there because I was also 13 at the time
 
2014-05-25 07:08:29 PM  
Well, there's only one thing left to do...

25.media.tumblr.com
 
2014-05-25 07:10:08 PM  
Instant collector's item!
 
2014-05-25 07:14:49 PM  

GDubDub: Can someone translate this to American for me?

College is secondary school?

I've watched Monty Python, so at least I understood "sacked".


Secondary school (UK) = Middle school + Freshman & Sophomore year of high school (American).

College (UK) = Junior & Senior year of high school (American)

It used to be that secondary school was the end of the line for most students, kind of like most Americans never made it through high school before joining the factory or the fields, but that time is long past and post-secondary is required now.
 
2014-05-25 07:18:47 PM  
Correct me if I'm wrong, but yearbooks aren't school property: they belong to the student. Either the kids (or their parent[s] ) paid for them, or the school *gave* the yearbook to them. I'm pretty sure I can't demand someone give me back a gift after I've given it to them.

School: "Give us back your yearbook"
Kid: "No"
School: "You're suspended"
Kid's family's lawyer: "About that ..."
 
2014-05-25 07:20:24 PM  
I always thought as I was getting older I was becoming a bigger prick. I found my highschool yearbook a few weeks ago. My comments in that book made me realize I was always a huge prick. Good to know that some things don't change.
 
2014-05-25 07:22:49 PM  

OgreMagi: When I was in middle school, a girl I dated was flipping the bird in one of the year book pictures.  She did that because the photographer kept hitting on her (she had great boobs for a 13 year old girl, that's why I was dating her).  That photo somehow slipped by the censors.

/no, I won't have a seat over there because I was also 13 at the time


shes over 21 now right? so it woyld be okay to post her pic here?

\hey i was 13 once too!
\\ realy havent grown up much since then
\\\ something
 
2014-05-25 07:32:30 PM  
With a name like Laisterdyke leavers class of 2014

I'm not surprised.
Is it a all lesbian school?
 
2014-05-25 07:32:46 PM  

kvinesknows: OgreMagi: When I was in middle school, a girl I dated was flipping the bird in one of the year book pictures.  She did that because the photographer kept hitting on her (she had great boobs for a 13 year old girl, that's why I was dating her).  That photo somehow slipped by the censors.

/no, I won't have a seat over there because I was also 13 at the time

shes over 21 now right? so it woyld be okay to post her pic here?

\hey i was 13 once too!
\\ realy havent grown up much since then
\\\ something


I lost that year book a long time ago.  Hell, I don't even remember her name.
 
2014-05-25 07:39:40 PM  
Are you kidding me?  A student asked me to sign under a Sharpie-emblazoned "THE fark TRAIN NEVER DERAILS."
 
2014-05-25 07:48:59 PM  

Target Builder: GDubDub: Can someone translate this to American for me?

College is secondary school?

I've watched Monty Python, so at least I understood "sacked".

In the UK college normally means high school education aged 16 to 18, although the course content is generally equivalent to college level classes.

Some universities also have 'colleges', see up as subdivisions of the university (e.g King's College, Oxford), but in general you'd as you go to university/uni.


There ain't no King's College at Oxford.
 
2014-05-25 07:58:33 PM  

ukexpat: Target Builder: GDubDub: Can someone translate this to American for me?

College is secondary school?

I've watched Monty Python, so at least I understood "sacked".

In the UK college normally means high school education aged 16 to 18, although the course content is generally equivalent to college level classes.

Some universities also have 'colleges', see up as subdivisions of the university (e.g King's College, Oxford), but in general you'd as you go to university/uni.

There ain't no King's College at Oxford.


Doh!
 
2014-05-25 08:33:13 PM  
"Do lots of drugs, freak out lots. Burn a burger for me. You are still technically my first"
 
2014-05-25 08:52:45 PM  

GDubDub: Can someone translate this to American for me?

College is secondary school?

I've watched Monty Python, so at least I understood "sacked".


hogewash.files.wordpress.com

What a Monty Python sacking exercise might look like.
 
2014-05-25 10:27:49 PM  
[swoon]
 
2014-05-25 10:49:13 PM  
" I am glad i was the first one to sign your crack "
 
2014-05-25 11:14:26 PM  
i306.photobucket.com
 
2014-05-25 11:53:22 PM  
It's as if these teachers were never youngsters.
 
2014-05-25 11:55:06 PM  
kvinesknows: shes over 21 now right? so it woyld be okay to post her pic here?

I'm not sure it works that way, but give it a try and we'll see what happens to you.
 
2014-05-26 05:13:36 AM  
I signed everyone's yearbook "get laid!"

/It was a different time
 
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