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Dude, #4 is my vote. I can totally sympathize for her. I was bored, so I drew a wild west scene with a gun in it, and they said I could've gotten suspended. We're in sixth grade. We're not stupid. We know what guns are. A little cartoon picture won't exactly give us nightmares. Also, we aren't allowed to celebrate Christmas because some students may be of a different religion. SO not fair!
by pretty gal on 1/26/2013 4:17:44 PM
Wow. Just, wow.
by emmulee on 1/26/2013 3:28:18 PM
Omigod!!! They're all so crazy!!! But with the #1... seriously. She's probably already really self-conscious and telling to get surgery probably made it worse. That's just wrong. =P
by music191 on 1/26/2013 3:25:29 PM
#3- faceplam. all i can think of after reading these are this quote from albert einstien- two things are infinite- the universe and human stupidity. and im not sure about the universe. Failure. just, just fail.
by ravenclawgirl on 1/26/2013 3:09:49 PM
#1 obviously. Guns are a touchy subject now. (I still don't agree with what happened to that kindergartener though.) If dying your hair is against school policy, well then...
by emcheer26 on 1/26/2013 2:44:03 PM
totally #1. I mean, how could they even justify saying that?? schools r so insane these days...
by lucy143247 on 1/26/2013 1:46:49 PM
Poor Melody!!! She didn't even make the paper gun.
by lemonlime123 on 1/26/2013 1:19:33 PM
All of them. The entire line of these ridiculous stories are absolutely..... ridiculous. But if I had to choose, the first one is the MOST ridiculous thing ever. The school ignored the bullies and pretty much joined in the bullying themselves. If someone told me that I had big boobs, I would say "Yup, and I know you're jealous "
by meepala21 on 1/26/2013 11:49:18 AM
#1 for sure. The only thing I could see is if she had been wearing inappropriate clothing to "flaunt her stuff." But even then all they needed to do was sit down and have a chat with her parents about it, not make her switch schools or get plastic surgery.
I'm sure she dressed appropriately though, and I think it's absolutely horrible that a school would do something like that.
by XxTeddy_BearXx on 1/26/2013 11:40:27 AM
The way the school officials handled #1 is soo not the right way. I understand #2 i mean it is against the dress code and all. #3 is really dumb. The girl is 5. 5-year-olds are gonna say weird and inappropriate things because they don't know any better. #4 is also dumb cuz it was a piece of paper. what if someone accidentally tore a piece of paper out of their notebook and it kinda looked like that. no one would have reported it then.
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