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Saturday, October 27, 2012
17 Funny Things To Do On The First Day Of Schoo
Found these ideas at http://bit.ly/THWyJM Schools Survivla Forum
Accidentally drop your pen and then scream "AAHAHAHAHHA BOB SAGET!!!"
Ask your teacher to marry you.
Get a tissue, then just sit there and stare at it. If someone asks what you're doing, say you're having a staring contest with the tissue, and you're winning.
Bring a bottle of water and drink out of it all day. Cry if it gets confiscated.
Raise your hand and wave it around like you just don't care... then when the teacher calls on you, ask them why.
If the teacher says anything you disagree with, yell "INFIDEL!" and cry uncontrollably for the rest of the class.
Get up at a random time, run a lap around the whole class, then sit back down like nothing happened.
Get everyone to write Harry Potter character names instead of their own real names when filling in worksheets or whatever.
Read a book in class, and when the teacher's talking, tell them they're interrupting your reading.
Same as above, but make sure it's a very educational-looking book. Then tell the teacher they're interrupting your education.
When the teacher arrives in class, tell them they're late and they should go to the principal's office.
Lick your text book in class and if the teacher asks what you're doing, say "What? Would you prefer it if I lick YOUR text book?
Start a sing-a-long and get the whole class to join in.
Sit right at the back of the room, and jump up at a random time and scream while running out of class. When the teacher asks what's going on, say "Something touched my leg!"
If the teacher tells you to stop talking, say "Sure thing, as soon as I'm done talking."
Drop your pen on purpose, and ask someone to pick it up. When someone does, yell at them and say "That's MY pen! Give it back!"
Tell the teacher there's a bug on their desk and that it's about to crawl on them (even if there isn't one). Insist that it's really there and that they must have bad eyesight if they can't see it.
Carefully place the pencil sharpener (or any other object) in a certain spot, then randomly get up and scream and go over to it, as if someone had moved it. Carefully fix it, then go back to your desk.
When the teacher asks "Are there any questions?" ask the teacher "Do you hate me?"