People on Twitter are sharing the craziest stories from their secondary school days
Everybody's secondary school had at least one "incident."
Whether it was that one messer who finally took it too far and tossed a chair through a window or a teacher who ended up pulling a Pat Short with several of the students' mothers, every single secondary school has a major scandal that every student knows about.
Those scandals have been the talk of Twitter today, after one user posted a tweet inviting everyone to share their secondary school's "incident."
What was “the incident” in your high school?
— Katie Notopoulos (@katienotopoulos) December 26, 2017
Of course, what with so many of us relaxing at home today, plenty of people have had the time to share their own stories. We've picked some of the absolute stand-outs.
a group of boys sang 'kiss from a rose' by seal at the end of year assembly. One boy kept forgetting his words , leading to a breakdown on stage which caused him to scream and throw his phone off stage with such aggression that it flew over the heads of 1000+ students https://t.co/F5pqGjxFOF
— cmat :) (@cmat_baby) December 26, 2017
When the police came in cos someone wrote an erotic fan fiction about 2 of the teachers https://t.co/EhM5cjxXVG
— rebz (@featherzmcgraw) December 26, 2017
Our science teacher had no sense of smell. He left the gas on in the labs. A tap was on next to a lad down the back. He passed out. Nobody noticed until the end of class. The teacher got mad because he thought he was sleeping.
An ambulance came for him while we were in English. https://t.co/UHlGUUljF3
— Conor Smith (@conorsmith) December 26, 2017
my year went to disneyland in first year and four girls robbed upwards of €300 worth of things and our year hasn't been abroad since https://t.co/VtpxU4F5aj
— barbara from HR (@lukethedumbass) December 26, 2017
A first year put bleach in a pregnant teacher's water https://t.co/CcA0MtDRcG
— banks (@sushiqueenx) December 26, 2017
And that's just a small selection of the wildness in the responses to that thread.