schools class

  • Ravenclaw (right after they've graduated hogwarts): You know now, as far as society is concerned, we're adults.
  • Hufflepuff: Yes! Isn't it exciting?
  • Ravenclaw: Adults who have to make their own decisions about their lives.
  • Hufflepuff: It's so freeing, isn't it?
  • Ravenclaw: I have no idea what I'm doing and I want to go back to school.
  • Hufflepuff: ...
  • Ravenclaw: I don't want to do classes or anything, I just want someone to cook for me and tell me when meals are so I don't forget and basically be able to ignore life's responsibilities.
the signs as random shit kids have said in science class (part 1)
  • Aquarius: I don't see with eyes. I see with brows.
  • Pisces: That light bulb is a good boy. A good rainbow boy.
  • Aries: Ty...Ty? Did you bring your purple vibrator again?
  • Taurus: *repeatedly chants* I'M GONNA KILL MYSELF
  • Gemini: Screw the science-ing; become a singer!
  • Cancer: Brendon Urie is a good dad dog.
  • Leo: My dad bought the sun for ten million dollars and he called it Sun.
  • Virgo: (to the teacher) I can't hear you. I can't hear fake news.
  • Libra: I love Jewish people! They make the best falafel.
  • Scorpio: Bill Nye: Teen Heartthrob and International Sex Symbol
  • Sagittarius: A supernova is NOT a suicide.
  • Capricorn: The fastest thing in the universe is you nutting. Zoom.
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School administrators didn’t want Marvin Wright to read his own speech. He did it anyway.

  • Marvin Wright, 2017 senior class president at SouthWest High School in Edgecombe County, North Carolina, had his diploma withheld for more than two full days, WRAL reported.
  • SouthWest Edgecombe allegedly withheld Wright’s diploma as retaliation for his graduation speech, the Wilson Times reported.
  • Wright reportedly worked for more than two weeks on his remarks but was asked at the last moment to not deliver his speech and instead deliver one prepared by school administrators. According to the Wilson Times, the administrator’s speech was just four sentences long.
  • “To be honest, the speech that they wrote wasn’t me at all,” Wright told the Wilson Times. “I feel like they tried to belittle me in a way because I had more to say. I feel like they couldn’t describe the ways that I felt and the things that I experienced.” 
  • “There were only four sentences and I was like, ‘I really worked hard on this speech and as senior class president, I think I should read my own speech,’ and they was like, ‘No, this is what you are going to read.’”
  • When Wright approached the podium, he pulled up his speech on his phone and delivered it his way. Read more (6/15/17)

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  • Hufflepuff: Okay, when do you want me to wake you up?
  • Ravenclaw: Never.
  • Hufflepuff: We have the final for Charms tomorrow.
  • Ravenclaw: I know.
  • Hufflepuff: So, when should I wake you?
  • Ravenclaw: I asked Flitwick if I'd pass if I just didn't show up for the test, and he said I'd get an "A" in the class.
  • Hufflepuff: So, you're giving up your "O" in the class just so you don't have to get up tomorrow?
  • Ravenclaw: Yup.