For 50 days straight (since the first day of school), a certain student has been coming up to the teacher and asking, "Can I use the bathroom?". The response: "No. You have lunch before class, and that's an entire half hour to use the bathroom."
Now, this same student recently wore a jock strap outside of his clothes one day during a traumatic hour for many called "P.E", and many other "escapades" on his "school record" including "causing" others to "excessively" use "quotes".
So, he comes up to the teacher again.
"Can I use the bathroom?" he asks.
Her answer, quite simply: "No."
Minor disruptance of work. Work continues. She works at her computer, while everyone else works on homework.
"Here's your grade," she says to a student.
"What is it?" he asks, too lazy to look up from his paper.
"68 percent," she says.
"What?!" the student exclaims.
"It's your grade, you know," she says.
I'm half paying attention, doing work. And here comes...is that a trickling sound? It's probably sound effects from one of those "tranquil music" CD's that teachers play during work time, most of the class thinks. But, in the back of their mind is, Is that sound what I think it is?
We all look up. The entire class. At the same time.
And here's our student, standing to the recycling bin, which is next to the teacher's desk, and her desk is only two away from mine, and the recycling bin being less than five feet away from me. Now, it would be totally normal if he was just standing there, doing nothing. But no. This was more than nothing.
Here he is, standing at the recycling bin, back facing the class, obviously...for lack of a better term, peeing in the bin. The teacher able to see very well what was going on. Luckily for me, I only able to see his back. The rest of the class, I'm afraid, I am unsure about.
The entire class is quiet. All you could hear was a little trickling sound. Nobody knows if they should laugh, smile, or be silent.
We chose the "be silent" option.
The teacher is calm, ready to give a large speech. She looks at the class and begins.
"Everybody, go to the next door teacher's room. I don't care what he's doing, just, go."
The speech ends. Everyone (except for one student, you know the one) leaves.
In less than five minutes, the entire grade knew what had just happened.
The aftermath of the student is currently unknown. A decision will be made tomorrow.
Because there is an apple computer in me, there is the convenient software program which is accessed with "Sherlock". Language and back section thing can be converted to Sherlock and other things. But, heavyheartedly, Sherlock does not work very well and, I enjoy somewhat due to output. I think that now I post this.
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