17 Slightly Strange Things About British Schools We Didn't Realise Were Strange
In what way is walking at a brisk pace whilst holding an egg in a spoon a sport?
For some reason, walking quickly whilst holding an egg in a spoon was considered a sport and was often the very pinnacle of Sports Day.
We put in more effort into our non-uniform day outfits than into anything we've ever worn since.
We thought it was so cool that in America they didn't have to wear uniforms but now kind of wish we could have someone tell us what to wear every day so it'll take the pressure off.
We knew how to properly tie ties, but always chose to wear them like this for some reason.
We all pretended that these useless mats actually cushioned our falls in P.E. when in fact they somehow made things worse.
And plimsolls were for some reason considered as comfortable and sports-appropriate footwear.
We were somehow trusted with bunsen burners, i.e literal flames, even though we thought it was cool to turn the gas taps on and off.
Somehow, the ultimate sign of bravery was touching the ridiculously hot radiators.
But the strangest thing of all was that we considered turkey twizzlers to be the height of British cuisine.
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