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    Category: Extra Stupid

    Shedding Some Light On The Mystery

    | France | Extra Stupid, Students

    (We’re a college trip and have just returned to the coach to go home.)

    Me: *looking around* “Does it seem a bit dark to you?”

    Friend: “No? Why?”

    Me: “Just looks dark.” *shouting* “Can we turn on the lights?”

    Tutor: *shouting back* “Take your sunglasses off!”

    (I sheepishly took my sunglasses off – that I had bought earlier in the day – and stayed silent the rest of the trip. My friend nearly died of laughter.)

    No Vocation For Location, Part 10

    | USA | Extra Stupid, Geography, Students

    (It’s the last day of school before Spring Break. School has just let out, so everyone is leaving school through the hallways, including me. On my way out, I overhear this.)

    Random Girl: “Goodbye, America. I’m heading to Alaska!”

    No Vocation For Location, Part 9
    No Vocation For Location, Part 8
    No Vocation For Location, Part 7

    When Meth Morphs

    | GA, USA | Extra Stupid, Health & Body, Students

    (I’m in ninth grade biology class. I don’t quite remember how we got on the topic of addiction, but we are currently talking about it when a student speaks up.)

    Student: “Yeah, so, like, one time, I was in the hospital and they injected me with meth.”

    Teacher: “…Meth?!”

    Student: “Yeah, you know, like, methane?”

    (The whole class is silent as we stare at her incredulously. The teacher finally speaks up.)

    Teacher: “You mean MORPHINE?”

    Student: “Oh, yeah…”

    Expecting A New Virgin Birth

    | England, UK | Extra Stupid, Health & Body, Students

    (We are changing after P.E. (gym) and I overhear this:)

    Girl: “Don’t worry about it. In nine months time, you’ll be a virgin again!”

    A Testing Calling Environment

    | Allentown, PA, USA | Exams/Tests, Extra Stupid, Students

    (A classmate is absent on what happens to be the first day of a week of state-required standardized tests, called PSSAs. The next day, while we’re waiting for the second test to start, he relates this story to us.)

    Classmate #1: “So, I had no idea the PSSAs were this week until one of my friends told me during the test.”

    Me: “Don’t you mean after school?”

    Classmate #1: “No. I mean during the test. The idiot called me in class.”

    Classmate #2: “…He called you during class, while he was taking an important test?”

    Classmate #1: “Yeah. I woke up to my phone ringing, answered it, and the conversation went kind of like, ‘Hey, you know we have PSSAs today, right? No, miss, no! Don’t take my phone!’”

    Me & Classmate #2: “…”

    Classmate #1: “And then it just hung up abruptly and I went back to bed…”

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