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Also about school+417Reading is important- not just for learning new things and expanding your imagination, but to help reinforce all the spelling/grammar rules you learn in school... like where an apostrophe is or isn't needed. So all you barely-literate junior high/high school kids need to read more real books, amirite?
Also about year, school, and teachers+383Teachers at the end of the school year: "Oh, you thought you had all summer for yourself? Guess what, you get to use that free time to read this book and write a paper for it for it, then you get to read these three other books and take notes, plus you'll have a test first day of school, so study for that..." Amirite?
Also about children, school, and hogwarts+290Where did wizard born children in Harry Potter learn to read and write? The book didn't say anything about school before Hogwarts, and the people don't know what guns are, or electricity, or a lot of other stuff most people learn about in elementary school. amirite?
Also by ArnoldVanDerWalt+70Kings will always remain the ultimate drinking game, amirite?
Also by ArnoldVanDerWalt+9Don't mind this post, you should check the one in the comments, amirite?
Also about year and school+727You'd rather have a 6-hour school day for 3/4ths of a year than have a 4.5-hour school day year long, amirite?
Also about year, school, and ground+633By the middle of the school year, you have lost all the pens you bought at the beginning of school. The ones you're using are either one of the following : 1. Found on the ground. 2. Borrowed. 3. Taken from a parent's/doctor's office or that mug at home containing all those pens, amirite?
Also about school and teachers+530Students are usually surprised to find out their teachers have lives outside of school. It's time teachers realize teenagers have lives outside of just doing homework, amirite?
Also about year and school+536if we didn't waste so much of the school year reviewing lessons from the previous year, we'd all be done with school after like eight grade, amirite?