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Definition funny of Schools:

urbanplace were you spend first 18 years of life taking it up the ass

urbanMom can i stay home from school today? my ass is still sore from english class yesterday

urbanA place where everyone secretly hates each other includin students, staff and teachers and is a nightmare. They force you to do useless work while they also expect you to put up with peer pressure,your home life and social life.

urbanschool sucks..

urbanA place where young, innocent, defencless children are kept prisoner and forced to learn useless stuff like algebra that won't count for fuck when they're old enough to get employed....

urbanmultiply out the brackets... 2a(3m+2p+12k-12-90) ...would someone like to explain to me...WHAT THE HELL THIS IS???

urbanWelcome, I am the Government. We have a plan for your future, kid. Society will lap you like a wolf laps blood. 1. Curriculum: it is by the enforcement of curriculum that we can positively ensure your mental intake of information is kept in a rigid line. You will have no time to experience other things; even if you did you would feel guilty. “What a waist of space in my mind” You’d think. 2. Exams: It is by the continuous use of exams that we can ensure your self-esteem remains at an all-time low. Lower grades means lower respect. You will be called an idiot; you will have low chances in life. The alternative is to succumb to the weight of society, allow us to control your mind. It is easier this way. We promise. 3. Ritualistic mornings: This is the fun part! You now will have to awaken at early hours. Yes any chance of true restfulness is completely imposable. Do you ever walk into school and feel, for a split second, as though you are unconscious? That is how we want you to feel all the time. That is the point in early mornings. 4. Social humiliation: Yes, we didn’t plan this out. So don’t think we’ll take credit for it, yes this part is all thanks to you. It not only away chips away your self-esteem it also encourages hatred, which you will feel toward foreign nations later in life. We guarantee it. 5. Repetitiveness: It is by the continuous repetitiveness of your scholarly years that we can encourage a clockwork feeling within you. 6. Useless information: By presenting you with this information we can disallow independent thought. While you may begin to think for yourself your teacher, asking you to pay attention, will continually interrupt you. This is one of my favourites! 7. Obedience: Yes this is firmly set into the school world. Discipline, self-discipline, thought-discipline hell it’s all here! We take great pride in our ability to control you. Our shrill voices echoing down the corridor. Yes you needn’t ever feel safe, in or out of school. Be afraid, be very afraid. 8. Long term: This will last sometime; you probably won’t be able to remember a time you weren’t in school. No mode of comparison, excellent. 9. Holidays: We have carefully timed these so that they are long enough to maintain sanity but short enough to deter independent thought. 10. Work ethic: You cannot be a worker without work ethic. We hope you enjoy your stay. Don’t try to escape, even if the gate is always open.

songs

Songs about Schools:

songsLet Me Clear My Throat (Old School Reunion Remix '96) by DJ Kool from the Album Let Me Clear My Throat

songsHigh School [feat. Lil Wayne] [Explicit] by Nicki Minaj from the Album Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded The Re-Up (Explicit Version)

songsSchool's Out by Alice Cooper from the Album School's Out (US Release)

songsOld School Love (feat. Ed Sheeran) [Explicit] by Lupe Fiasco from the Album Old School Love (feat. Ed Sheeran) [Explicit]

songsSchool's Out (Remastered Version) by Alice Cooper from the Album Mascara & Monsters: The Best Of Alice Cooper

songsSchool's Out by Alice Cooper from the Album Alice Cooper's Greatest Hits

songsNever Gone to School (Demo) by Publicist UK from the Album Relapse Records Fall Sampler 2014

books

Books about Schools:

booksSchool of the Assassins by W.K. Blais (Jan 5, 2014)

booksThe School for Psychics: A Paranormal Adventure (Nurse Phoebe Book 3) by Carolyn Jourdan (Jul 19, 2014)

booksSchools for Conflict or for Peace in Afghanistan by Dana Burde (Oct 21, 2014)

booksSchool of Sewing: Learn it, Teach it, Sew Together by Shea Henderson (Oct 27, 2014)

booksSchool of Fish by Ben Pollinger (Sep 30, 2014)

booksEasy Recipes for Back to School: A short collection of recipes from the cookbook Wholesome: Feed Your Family For... by Caitríona Redmond (Aug 20, 2014)

booksThe School for Good and Evil #2: A World without Princes by Soman Chainani and Iacopo Bruno (Apr 15, 2014)

movies

Movies about Schools:

moviesSpy School 2009 PG CC - Runtime: 1 hr 26 mins Starring: Forrest Landis, AnnaSophia Robb, et al. Directed by: Mark Blutman

moviesBarbie: Princess Charm School 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 21 mins Starring: Diana Kaarina, Morwenna Banks, et al. Directed by: Zeke Norton

moviesMarmaduke: Life After Film School with Tom Dey 2010 NR CC - Runtime: 10 mins Directed by: 20th Century Fox

moviesNed's Declassified School Survival Guide Season 2 2005 TV-G CC -

moviesThe Substitute 2: School's Out [HD] 2007 R CC - Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins Starring: Treat Williams, B.D. Wong, Angel David, et al. Directed by: Steven Pearl

moviesNed's Declassified School Survival Guide Season 3 2006 TV-G CC -

movies180 Days: A Year Inside an American High School Season 1` [HD] 2013 TV-PG CC - Directed by: Jacquie Jones and Garland McLaurin

wiki

Wiki information Schools:

State school
School category, Literary School Or Movement, Film subject, Literature Subject, Organization type, Product category, Building function

State schools generally refer to primary or secondary schools mandated for or offered to all children without charge, funded in whole or in part by taxation. The term may also refer to public institutions of post-secondary education.

School
Building function, Fictional Organization Type, Organization type, Quotation Subject, TV Genre, Media genre

A school is an institution designed for the teaching of students under the direction of teachers. Most countries have systems of formal education, which is commonly compulsory. In these systems, students progress through a series of schools. The...