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Also about hand, answer, and raise+238Sometimes you would raise your hand in class to answer a question just because you knew your teacher would call on the person who's not paying attention, amirite?
Also by Evan17+1,208When did it become socially unacceptable to try hard in school, amirite?
Also about hand, answer, kid, and raise+737when you raise your hand in class to answer a question, then some other kid in class screams out the answer you feel like choking him, amirite?
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 hand, answer, kid, and raise+216It sucks when you raise your hand to answer a hard question in class and some random kid shouts out the answer. amirite?
Also about hand, answer, and raise-180Non-ambidextrous students, it's doesn't feel right to raise your dominant hand to answer a question, amirite?
Also about hand, answer, and raise+346You feel like an ass when the teacher asks the class a question and you're pretty sure you know the answer, but you hesitate to raise your hand, and then it turns out you would've been right anyways, amirite?