weather you're in high school, or graduated, everyone has
ridiculously funny stories from high school/college.i'll tell one of
i go to an all guys school, yeah its really lame, but
we can say pretty much whatever we want to the teachers and do whatever
we want (within reason) during class so its not that bad.
every year there's a pep-rally to get everyone amped for the football
game and whatever. well when the school was really old, all the upper
class men filed into the gym first, then the freshman would walk in
last and every one would boo. well the old tradition was when the
freshman walked through, the upper class men would throw batteries,
spare change, whatever they could find. this tradition was put to an
end for obvious reasons. but we decided to bring it back.
year, i was a sophomore and everyone was feeling pretty cool because we
weren't freshman anymore. someone sent a sophomore-wide e-mail
instructing to bring tampons to school and that if we all did it,
theres no way we would get singled out. suprisingly everyone fallowed
through with the plan,
ladies and gentlemen, i must tell you, it was BEAUTIFUL.
no, it wasnt two or three tampons, it was a phenomenal wave of
billowing from all sides of the gym raining upon the unsuspecting
i saw tampons, change, double a's, nine volts, and even the huge ass D batteries.
was in the middle of emptying the pocket full of nickels, tampons and
batteries when my friend turned around with this crazed look on his
face. he held up a bag of squished peaches and BOMBED IT.i couldn't
quite see where it landed because of all the chaos, but i'm sure theres
a kid walking the halls saying "what asshole throws peaches."
the chaos ended and everyone calmed down while the principal told us
how embarrassed and ashamed of us he was and blah blah blah. later we
found out that moms, female teachers, and even teenaged girls coming to
watch the rally ended up crying. i didnt really feel bad because, well,
it was amazingly funny and my friends and i still refer to that day as
one of the best in our high school career.
there's my story, WHATS YOURS!!!!!!!