School!

Nope.
Public.
At least, it was banned last time I checked...

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True, true.
But yeah, it's weird.
The reason I think it's banned is because our principal is strict in certain areas, and I haven't seen a single PDA. And I know of people who definitely would.

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Eh, PDAs are just sorta meh to me right now. It just seems sorta pointless, since I'm only in 8th grade. Chances are people won't stay together that long.

But,

What Lurmm said. XD

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I don't see many PDAs at my school. Everybody there seems way too immature for a relationship and nobody stays together for more than a week or so anyway. :stuck_out_tongue:

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I remember we had one couple at my middle school when I was in the eight grade and I always saw them holding hands. However, ever since all of us went on to high school I've only seen the girl in the relationship once at the middle school science fair* the next year and I haven't seen the guy in over three years

*The people who graduate from the middle school usually come back and visit when the science fair night happens in January and when the teachers organize a reunion at the school during the summer (Unfortunately, the one this year was cancelled because some of the teachers were moving house)

:laughing: :laughing: :laughing:

But, like... why ban PDAs like that? I just can't fathom any possible reason...

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No clue.
This is the person who banned leggings and anything supposedly "provocative".
Kinda like Angela from the Office, but hypocritical, because she wears the stuff she bans.

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Lucky, I wish that was the case here, because I hat et when people kiss when there are others around it's awkward.

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In my school people kissing isn't a problem.

What IS a problem is large groups loitering at hallway intersections which makes getting to the other side nearly impossible.

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Fortunately you don't seem to know about schools from less progressive areas. Pretty much everything aside from jeans (which they give us jean days for. Eyeroll over 9000) and the school uniforms are considered somehow provocrative or distracting. In primary school I was sent to the office and had my parents called to have me change clothes because I had a STRIPE on my sock. Yeah, not even joking there. Luckily I haven't had to deal with that level of stupidity since primary school but similar things somehow persist.

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what the heck even

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I can relate that's how it was for me when I was still in school. Middle school and the majority of high school were like that,until my senior year in high school they got rid of all that and we could wear what ever we wanted.

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I have no idea, that was commonplace at that school, luckily nothing as stupid has shown up yet. The highschools just started to let us wear something aside from navy blue polos and khahki's (Holy heck I freaking HATED those uniforms). Albeit shirts have to be school colors and have the school logo, we can wear black shorts though.


Anyway, rant aside, no use whining about it. I doubt it'll change any time soon.

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So they wanted you to look like you were from Best Buy?

K.

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Thankfully I've never had to wear a uniform for school and I probably never will since I'm in my senior year of high school

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Personally I've taken to calling them walmart uniforms. :stuck_out_tongue:

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Wow, that sucks... Here's a tip, install steam to a usb and get some casual games. (Not very cpu or gpu intensive.) Use those to pass the time.

Today, someone who sits in front of me in math class didn't know what 1 times 1 was and had to check with her friend.

WHAT

and I thought I was bad at math

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