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  • How many of you were BAD little boys/girls in school?

    I got my FIRST paddling in 2nd grade....for kissing a girl in class. Was it 'worth it...?'
    "When you guys get home and face an anti-war protester, look him in the eyes and shake his hand. Then, wink at his girlfriend, because she knows she's dating a *****."
    -Commanding General, 1st Marine Division

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    Got "The cane" for swearing/ smoking/ hanging out with the kitchen boys.

    I actually look back on my days at The Convent with a mix of sweet nostalgia/ glad I'm not still there.
    [email protected] "Where there is love, there is no imposition"- Albert Einstien.

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    • #3
      i'm still bad!!
      I'll post, You argue.

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      • #4
        I was sent to the office for calling Patti Romo a ho.

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        • #5
          I got in trouble with my 2nd grade teacher for telling Shirley Macomber to shut up,in that she thought she was so great because her Dad was the local fuzz!

          A 5th grade substitute Nazi teacher found a tack in her chair.

          A 6th grade teacher with a fetish for confiscating pens and pencils found the drawer she put them in turned completely over, resulting in them crashing to the floor!

          A 7th grade teacher found white liquid shoe polish in her hand lotion bottle.

          Sadly, in my Freshman year, a blowhard bully of a science teacher received a broken nose and a scar on his upper lip he will take to his grave; he's lucky I didn't kill him. Told him I would if he ever touched me again.

          My Sophmore Math teacher found a Jack-O-Lantern on his porch, complete with candle, and his garden hose run thropugh a hole in the back, and out the jack's mouth, in which he received a shower on his front porch.

          My Junior year Carpentry teacher, who liked to find fault with everything I ever did, and humiliate me in front of my whole class many times, found his prized house pelted with about 5 dozen eggs, and found garbage and over 2 dozen dead, putrid chickens on his well manicured lawn!

          Now I'm not saying I was a BAD kid; just vindictive as hell! Those teachers who suffered my wrath had it coming to them. There were other teachers who would tell you I was a perfect gentleman, and a model student! I am simply a believer in the Golden Rule, or I do un to others as they do un to me!
          Never make a drummer mad- we beat things for a living!

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          • #6
            I was a bit of an *** hole as a kid. But compared to DMS I was an angel!

            I think that most really good officers have somwhat of a "past." It really helps when you look at some snot nosed punk who is trying to "shine you on" and recognize his BS for what it is, because you've BTDT.
            6P1 (retired)

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            • #7
              I one time loosened the bottle of nail polish my teacher kept on her desk cause she told me I was stupid. When she went to open it, the top flew open and it went all over her.
              Another time, I loosened the leg on her chair when she called my sister stupid. CRASH! lol

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              • #8
                DMS, you're my hero!
                In first grade, A boy tried to kiss me, and I busted his nose for him.
                In third grade, I pulled the chair out from a girl who was entirely too prissy, busted her head open.(BIG trouble there)
                In 9th grade, I was sticking up for this one kid, beat up the jerk who was pushing him and closed him in my locker.(Got suspended, but also got respect for helping)
                In 11th grade a science teacher had the welds loosened from the legs of her stool. Attempted to sit down, fell, broke hip, substitutes for the rest of the school year!
                The scariest part is that now I try to save lives.

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                • #9
                  In comparison to some, I was an angel !!

                  I never have been caught for any of the "bad" things I've done.

                  I've always been much better at thinking of very imaginative bad things to do and trying to get other people to do some of the least evil of them... makes for entertaining conversation if nothing else !!

                  We have a mannequin sitting in a patrol car around our city, I've thought of some interesting things that could be done... but I've always wondered if those video cameras in the cars are motion activated or left taping all day..... but I'm a "good" girl, I'd never actually DO it. Maybe I can talk some punk kid into doing it..LOL... Just Kidding !!
                  Have you ever noticed? Anybody going slower than you is an idiot, and anyone going faster than you is a maniac.

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                  • #10
                    We used to do things like toilet paper peoples trees and stuff like that.
                    I have a friend that when to parochial school. One of the teachers thought he was cheating and hit him in the back of the head with a book and knocked him out. He didn't tell his parents.
                    The next day, he saw the teacher standing near a staircase. He ran down the stairs, getting his momentum up and hit him in the back of the haed as hard as he could, knocking the teacher out. It was never found out who did it.

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                    • #11
                      I was a perfect angel in school as far as anyone knows. Since I was never caught I was never accused and therefore totally innocent. I have a belief that everything is legal unless you get caught. Then you have to pay for it.

                      Klar
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                      • #12
                        I was almost all A's, and in the National Honor Society... but i imbibed and...well.. partied alot, and i had many, many secrets I'm glad i enjoyed my younger years the way that i did, and i'm glad i lived through it.
                        "You did what you knew how to do...and when you knew better, you did better." ~~Maya Angelou

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                        • #13
                          Catholic School 4th Grade:

                          Got the hell pinched out of me by a nun who said I was talking in class...I wasn't really! I glued her books together.

                          Catholic School 6th Grade:

                          There was a boy who liked to tease me...quietly I went under his desk and tied his shoelaces together...when he went to get up he fell flat on his face and busted his nose.

                          Fast forward to college:

                          Tide in the waterfountain....makes pretty bubbles.

                          Cheers,
                          Piper

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                          • #14
                            I thought I was a horrible teenager but I didn't do anything close to the things I have seen mentioned here so suddenly I feel as if I was a little angel

                            I was mostly mouthy (believe it or not ) and would consistently get into trouble for not knowing when to just keep my mouth shut.

                            Actually, now that I think about it not much has changed except for the fact that my swears have become more refined
                            "They want the federal government controlling Social Security like it's some kind of federal program" ~George W. Bush, November 2, 2000

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                            • #15
                              I got paddled the first time in kindergarten.

                              When I started school, rather than explain the intricate rules of engagment, my dad simply told me...."Don't hit anyone".

                              So when David Liapple hit me, I grabbed his arm and bit him

                              I got spanked (at school and home) and a more detailed use of force continuum.

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