18 Things From Primary School That'll Prove It Was A Rollercoaster Of A Time
Why did all of us try to make our aliens give birth??
Tricking your mates into spelling out rude words meant hours of hilarious fun.
But the time spent trying to make our alien babies give birth was a pure waste.
Getting revenge on your enemies during a game of Duck Duck Goose = the ultimate fighting technique.
But getting put on timeout and having literally watch the time go by in grains of sand was just plain cruel.
Spending hours in the ICT suite practicing your graphic design ~skillz~ was where your creativity flourished.
Despite the fact that almost everything in said ICT suite was a hazard.
One word that'll send shivers down your spine: parachute.
However the excitement of a fun P.E lesson was kind of dampened when you think about the fact you were running around barefoot in the same hall where everyone had just eaten lunch...
Belting out absolute bangers in singing assembly was your own personal version of the X-Factor.
But having to mime along when you weren't in the mood was not the one.
Singing assembly was great, but no greater rush could be achieved by collecting a certificate for excellence in front of the whole school.
Despite the fact that there was a chance that you may have been spending the assembly sat on the worst seat known to mankind.
Getting a concussion during a game of Bulldog was a lunchtime well spent.
Mopping up your injuries with a wet paper towel was ridiculous though, even by primary school standards.
No one can deny that flipping off other schools on a class trip was a rite of passage.
Though getting caught and having to stay with the teacher all day was awful.
Reading corner was a space where you could achieve ultimate peace and mindfulness.
But I think you'll all agree that we were done a disservice by being tricked into thinking Biff, Chip, and Kipper were actual names.
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