The front of your school looked like this.And the back, like this.You did cross country on muddy paths.These terrible carpets were everywhere.Via Titus Tscharntke / commons.wikimedia.orgYou had this French textbook.Via AmazonThese hymn books.These terrible brown revision guides.Via eBayAnd your English anthology. *shudders*You did your cycling proficiency.And even got the badgeYou learnt about Magic E.Via BBCAnd had these shows lodged in your mind forever.You did "gymnastics" on this equipment.Via Twitter: @BFS_PEYou disemboweled your Tip-Ex mouse.And drew pictures exclusively using the Claris Works spray can.Via zuneboards.comYou visited Harold in the Life Bus.Exchanged Tazos that you found in Walkers crisps.And prided yourself on your ability to write with these.Via i.ebayimg.comYou sat on these bumpy bits.Via Sophie Gadd / BuzzFeedChased the ball because there were no nets.(So you'd play in these instead.)Via Getty ImagesThe smokers would sit by the long jump pit every day.While you ate your very nutritious lunch.Which you topped up from the vending machine.You took turns to be in charge of this.Via CC / en.wikipedia.orgAnd wasted time in the computer rooms on this.There was a room of really old computers no one used.And loads of expensive keyboards even though NO ONE could play.You definitely read one of these for GCSE.Via en.wikipedia.orgAnd owned some Kickers.The bleep test killed you.As did being stung by a dimpled football on a cold, wet day.Via MitreNot to mention astro burns.Of course you took your PE kit to school in a JD bag.You wrote on people's shirts on the last day.And wore your tie as short as possible.Via BBCBeing peanutted was always a danger.Everyone had this Umbro bag.You fiddled with these in chemistry.When you weren't melting your biro.You played this coin/football game.Via Robin Edds / BuzzFeedAnd your actual footballs had lost their leather years ago.You backed your books.And were given hundreds of these by random aunts.Via retro-kit.co.ukYou had no idea what all of these lines were for.And almost never got to climb on these.Via Sophie Gadd / BuzzFeedThese were more painful than concrete.Via Sophie Gadd / BuzzFeedBut these blue paper towels fixed all injuries.Sports halls doubled as exam halls.And even some buildings were temporary.This was your precursor to Wikipedia.Via MicrosoftMASH was the only way to get through a boring lesson.You'd play curby on the way home.Your tennis courts looks exactly like this.
How Stereotypically British Was Your School Experience?
You probably didn't go to school in the UK, or your school was just a hell of a lot nicer. Either way, lucky you!
Not everything on the list rang true for you, but that's almost certainly a good thing!
Terrible carpets and GCSE English anthologies are what this country was built on!