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There's a bad school report they never saw.I forged the signature on the form that had to go back to school.
I still can't believe I got away with that-and I became a teacher.
I tried something similar once when I was in grade-school. When interim progress reports came out, I ripped mine into a million pieces thinking it would slip past my mother's radar but alas, it did not. I received her verbal wrath one day after school inquiring of the whereabouts of aforementioned interim progress report. I can't remember any longer if I got grounded or got the belt to my derriere for that one but I'm sure Mommy Dearest did not let that slip by without repercussions
I played hookey a couple of times, went to a girlfriends house, spent the day goofing off. My mother never knew about it.
You rebellious child, you. Good thing she never did find out. Otherwise.... straight to a boarding school for wayward girls for you
lol Boarding school no way.....I wouldn't have been able to sit down for a couple of weeks. lol
I'm an angel.
But when I wasn't an angel
My parents knew.
I just thought of something! When I in the 2nd or 3rd grade...I one time snitched on some classmates who were being really unruly and sort of obnoxious when the teacher left the room. Before now....I've only confessed my shame about that to one or two people, and not my parents.
I'm not telling because my parents may be reading my comments here.
LOL-- I thought about that when I wrote that third option!
My father was born in 1909. In the third grade he carried a bullet to school and showed it to a classmate. The classmate told a teacher and the teacher blew a fuse. So he didn't go back to class. He knew his father would side with the teacher, so he didn't go home either. They found him in the woods a week later. He said if they were going to get worked up about such a small matter, he didn't want to be around them. He never finished third grade.
I’d still get an **** whooping. :)
some things I will take to my grave
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