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» School fights

Same as a few of you...
I was a fatty at school and got picked on for it by the hilarious chavs that my class was cursed with. It went on for four long years till one day in afternoon registration i snapped.

Oooooo the red mist! I singled one of them, the most obnoxious and chavvy of them, out and began punching him in the face. Being a 14 yr old girl i wasn't a good punch. However I am a great with a shoe. I pulled off my school shoe (nice hard things) and began hitting him about the face with it. All the while our tutor and his friends just stood watched.

I got bored and walked off, fearing the worst. you know what I got? Nothing! Fantastic! HE got a blackeye and a minor head wound. Ah good days...
(Tue 14th Mar 2006, 22:22, More)

» I met a weirdo on the interweb

Met a weirdo on the internet...
...whilst frequenting chatrooms dedicated to a certain Boy Wizard. I wish i could say i was young and foolish but i was 19 on a year out.

So me and the Weirdo got on quite well. shared the same sense of humour, taste in books and film. He had a wife. We exchanged emails. He had two kids. We exhanged phone numbers. Next thing i know I'm put down in the divorce papers as the actual actual actual reason for Weirdo and his wife splitting up!

Then he tells me he's in love with a 17 year old and he never wants to speak to me again. Fairynuff. He was a freak. And ginger.
(Tue 21st Mar 2006, 19:38, More)

» School fights

OOo remebered another one
These kids from a couple of years below me (I as easy fodder to any potential bully, fat, briany, badly dressed, I could go on..) decided that they would call me names for 13 yr old shits and giggles. The ring leader, lets be devils and call him billy, was a little shit and deserved a beating anyway. His friend just stood there, laughing and not saying much. But generally I ignored them.

Unitll it all started to piss me off.

ONe break time they'd follwed my round the entire building with the usual imaginitive insults til I snapped. Instaed of taking it out on the Billy i took hold of his mate (lets call him dave). I remember grabbing him by neck, pushing him up against a wall and holding a lighter to his face. I politly informed him that if Billy ever said anything to me ever again I would take it out on him, Dave. Child promtly promised to stop his bastard of a mate and I like to think he wet himself.

But it worked. Shockingly. However thanks to karma i have a scar on my thumb from where the lighter burnt me from holding it too long.
(Tue 14th Mar 2006, 22:41, More)

» School Sports Day

worst sports day ever...
Our Swimming gala (Whoopee!) The sadistic PE teachers thought it would bee a laugh to have swimming competitions. Forcing us already body concious 14 year old girls not only to wear swimming costumes in front of each other ( the more confident had on bikinis) but to comptete in them! Love my school. What make this "sports day" so particularly mortifying was at 14 years old i was rather well endowed in the old booby department (you know where this is going right?), as i was giving it my all in the 100m my swimming costume slid down and my booby fell out! no really. In front of the rest of the class and the teachers. Then in the next race (yes i was forced to carry on) i had an asthma attack. Shockingly nobody mentioned it. afterwards

this was just one of many horrific soprts days, the others involved running and jumping and general sports. Hate it hate it hate it.
(Thu 30th Mar 2006, 22:09, More)

» Awesome Sickies

nice simple story
Worked at a crappy clothes and crap shop for about 3 months. I was ALWAYS rotaed for sundays but somehow between ill parents, food poisoning and migranes i managed to get out of evey single one.

Also there was one time i had gone to the doctors and had some blood taken. Boss knew about this so all was well. SOrt of. It was a hot sunny day, the shop had no air conditioning, i wanted to do anything but be in work. But luckily my mother was "rushed to hospital". I had to stay with her for the whole weekend.

Handed in my notice the following weekend. Better to leave than be fired right?
(Sat 10th Jun 2006, 11:51, More)
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