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MostlySunny wibbles, "When I was 11 I got an A for my study of shark nets - mostly because I handed it in cut out in the shape of a shark."

Do people do projects that don't involve google-cut-paste any more? What fine tat have you glued together for teacher?

(, Thu 13 Aug 2009, 13:36)
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Dinosaur poos
When I was about 9 my class did a big project on dinosaurs, which basically involved getting into groups and doing big pictures of dinosaurs. Naturally the boys did fierce T-Rexs while the girls concentrated on gentle looking herbivores with My-Little-Pony eyes. Colour schemes were left open to the imagination, so the boys did their creations in greens and camos while the girls' efforts were, well, more girly. This filled us hearty lads with contempt.
One girlosaur was so contemptible - pink, big eyelashes etc - that a nameless boy decided to correct it the next day by drawing a row of round brown plops coming from the creature's bright pink arse. The result was sidesplittingly funny, especially when the teacher found it and went ballistic. She decried the "grubby little boy who drew these silly ... things ... coming out of its bottom."
To which one boy, the culprit I assume, replied "They're not things, Miss, they're poos."

Disclaimer: It wasn't me. I wish it had been.
(, Thu 13 Aug 2009, 23:57, 3 replies)
This is the perfect evocation of a primary school teacher struggling to avoid crudity, and a kid outraged that his art isn't being recognised. *click*
(, Fri 14 Aug 2009, 9:51, closed)
I office lol'd - you doyle.
(, Fri 14 Aug 2009, 11:34, closed)
My brother drew a picture of three wizards
which I decided to improve on by showing them all having a pee.

Got the belt for that.
(, Fri 14 Aug 2009, 12:22, closed)

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