At 4/2/11 02:38 PM, donny1997 wrote:
[Text translated from Troll to English]
Hello Newgrounds! Today in Saturday school we were given a new seating plan in our math class. Luckily for me, I was seated next this fine young lady Brittany who goes by the alias of "Brit" whom of which I have deep feelings for. She is ravishing, From her beautiful long blonde hair to her ocean blue eyes that sparkle so brightly they rekindle my vigorous youth.
But regardless, my teaching instructor gave us this assignment; however, no one appeared ready to complete it. So I glanced over at Brittany and saw she was distraught by this assignment, so to avenge her depression I rose to the teacher and said "Sir, I do not wish to complete the given assignment." So the teacher remarked "Regardless of your feelings of this assignment, you must complete it." Brittany at his time said "I must side my fellow classmate sir, this work is far too advanced for our level." I recalled "I agree, so therefore I must petition this form." At that time my teacher left the room bring forth the prinicpal. Ms.Brittany was so very impressed with my oustanding acts of bravery that we passionately shook hands in front of the entire student body present at the time. Thomas, happened to notice such a passionate act and being my rival in love but also a noble man congratulated me aswell.
The teacher returned with the principal and without a word from anyone else the prinicpal said "My boy, I am quite pleased with your independent acts of courage to stand out against injustice."
I replied politely "Why thank you, sir."
"However", continued the prinicpal,"I can not let such actions go unpunished, I hope you will understand that I am forced by code to inform you of your expulsion from our public schooling facilities."
"I understand sir, I thank you for your bluntness with me and I wish you the best of luck.", I replied.
I was properly disciplined by my mother for my actions that I took full responsiblity of. I place my faith in the fact that I know she raised me well enough to know what's best for me.
The Eighth Grade can be most tasking.