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book-worm-tmblr: Okay story time.I’m in year 8 (age 12-13) and it was just a normal day when a friend of mine comes up to me looking absolutely terrified and scarred. I asked her to explain.Apparently, she had thought she had science in S6. So she had walked into S6, gone to her seat (which was on the opposite side of the room from the door), started to get out her stuff and then looked up to see why it was so quiet.What she saw was a class of Year 13s (age 17-18) staring at her. She had to grab herself and run.Bear in mind, most of these students were 18 and she’s 13. She had to run around the back and out of the door all the way to S1, where she really had her science class.And she was still trembling with fear an hour later when she told me this. Another thing to add now:This next thing had happened twice. TWICE.One of my other friends walked into my maths class (I’m top set and have a super scary teacher) said ‘sorry I’m late’ and was halfway across the room with everyone looking at her before she realised that she is in the wrong classroom (I think she’s second set).She slowly backs out, mutters sorry, and you can hear her /run/ to where her class really is.And that, my fellow bloggers, is the girl I have a hopeless crush on.: when you walk into the wrong class 6 Reply t3 Retweeted Favorite . More HAMLET: O fuck. (Exit HAMLET.) book-worm-tmblr: Okay story time.I’m in year 8 (age 12-13) and it was just a normal day when a friend of mine comes up to me looking absolutely terrified and scarred. I asked her to explain.Apparently, she had thought she had science in S6. So she had walked into S6, gone to her seat (which was on the opposite side of the room from the door), started to get out her stuff and then looked up to see why it was so quiet.What she saw was a class of Year 13s (age 17-18) staring at her. She had to grab herself and run.Bear in mind, most of these students were 18 and she’s 13. She had to run around the back and out of the door all the way to S1, where she really had her science class.And she was still trembling with fear an hour later when she told me this. Another thing to add now:This next thing had happened twice. TWICE.One of my other friends walked into my maths class (I’m top set and have a super scary teacher) said ‘sorry I’m late’ and was halfway across the room with everyone looking at her before she realised that she is in the wrong classroom (I think she’s second set).She slowly backs out, mutters sorry, and you can hear her /run/ to where her class really is.And that, my fellow bloggers, is the girl I have a hopeless crush on.
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