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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
today i helped a little year seven you had a fork chucked at her head, she didnt panik once but it was bleeding a lot ! bless her.

Nice welcome to the year seven !!
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
forks sake
#2
you a dinner lady/teacher/ bored pupil
#3
magicbeans
you a dinner lady/teacher/ bored pupil


year 9 pupil being worried and helpful :)
#4
cribert
forks sake


:lol:
#5
who throw a fork? Honestly i ask you?
#6
aah96
year 9 pupil being worried and helpful :)


aww blesss.....wow u go to one rough school!
#7
My 9yr old has apparently had a "visit" to head teacher today, along with a few others, for playground fighting. Can't wait to get home and find out WTF has been happening. He's a wimp, so I doubt he started anything, but probably "chipped in" with something. And to think I was going to take him to watch Arsenal v WBA next Tuesday. His bad luck.
#8
Staroffurby
who throw a fork? Honestly i ask you?


some idiot year 7 who has much to learn
#9
Staroffurby
who throw a fork? Honestly i ask you?


pitchforks? all the time when im out with the village mob :thumbsup:
#10
magicbeans
aww blesss.....wow u go to one rough school!


no its a realy good school just new pupils
#11
kyalion
My 9yr old has apparently had a "visit" to head teacher today, along with a few others, for playground fighting. Can't wait to get home and find out WTF has been happening. He's a wimp, so I doubt he started anything, but probably "chipped in" with something. And to think I was going to take him to watch Arsenal v WBA next Tuesday. His bad luck.


ooo tough punishment!! poor kid!

aah96
some idiot year 7 who has much to learn


and no teacher/adult was there to intervene?
#12
magicbeans
ooo tough punishment!! poor kid!



and no teacher/adult was there to intervene?




nobody saw it she was just running round looking for a teacher so i took her were she needed to go then the teacher sorted it out
#13
aah96
some idiot year 7 who has much to learn


yeah even an idiot knows a knife will do more damage and a spoon is heavier!

sorry i should be taking this seriously :oops:

It was real good of you, the word needs friendly decent people :thumbsup:
#14
Staroffurby
yeah even an idiot knows a knife will do more damage and a spoon is heavier!

sorry i should be taking this seriously :oops:

It was real good of you, the word needs friendly decent people :thumbsup:


haha thankyou !
#15
aah96
nobody saw it she was just running round looking for a teacher so i took her were she needed to go then the teacher sorted it out


haha random fork attacks at ur school!
#16
aah96
nobody saw it she was just running round looking for a teacher so i took her were she needed to go then the teacher sorted it out


What do you want, a medal?
#17
aah96
no its a realy good school just new pupils


Lol don't be telling me things like this - flying forks are not good
#18
Just mentioning forks reminds me of this!

http://www.ananova.com/images/web/1195432.jpg
#19
cribert
forks sake


Staroffurby
yeah even an idiot knows a knife will do more damage and a spoon is heavier!


magicbeans
haha random fork attacks at ur school!


Snailman
What do you want, a medal?


fireheaven
Lol don't be telling me things like this - flying forks are not good



A 13 year old girl has helped an 11 year old pupil and when telling so-called 'adults' she doesn't even get so much as a well done...and then people blame kids for the all the crap that's going on :thinking:
#20
King of Thieves
A 13 year old girl has helped an 11 year old pupil and when telling so-called 'adults' she doesn't even get so much as a well done...and then people blame kids for the all the crap that's going on :thinking:


But if you look at all of my post and not just quote a select part i did say well done, so maybe you need a trip to spec-savers?
#21
kyalion
My 9yr old has apparently had a "visit" to head teacher today, along with a few others, for playground fighting. Can't wait to get home and find out WTF has been happening. He's a wimp, so I doubt he started anything, but probably "chipped in" with something. And to think I was going to take him to watch Arsenal v WBA next Tuesday. His bad luck.


Yeah he threw a fork at a year 7...... thats what I heard anyway
#22
kyalion
My 9yr old has apparently had a "visit" to head teacher today, along with a few others, for playground fighting. Can't wait to get home and find out WTF has been happening. He's a wimp, so I doubt he started anything, but probably "chipped in" with something. And to think I was going to take him to watch Arsenal v WBA next Tuesday. His bad luck.



Round these parts we take our kids to see the baggies as a punishment... see how the heart rate holds up in the last five minutes!
#23
King of Thieves
A 13 year old girl has helped an 11 year old pupil and when telling so-called 'adults' she doesn't even get so much as a well done...and then people blame kids for the all the crap that's going on :thinking:


That's actually a really good point... and we may be the only people the OP tells? Now I don't normally indulge in 'internet back slapping' but in this case it's deserved. Well done OP i'm sure the parent(s) of the victim of the incident are very grateful... :thumbsup:
#24
King of Thieves
A 13 year old girl has helped an 11 year old pupil and when telling so-called 'adults' she doesn't even get so much as a well done...and then people blame kids for the all the crap that's going on :thinking:


Ahh she knows what I think of her and I hope when mine are at secondary school there are good kids like this who will try to help instead of doing nothing
banned#25
Flodd
Round these parts we take our kids to see the baggies as a punishment... see how the heart rate holds up in the five minutes!


my dad took me to see west ham 19 years ago and it felt like a punishment then and it still does now :-D but i still put myself through it every week:?
#26
fireheaven
Ahh she knows what I think of her and I hope when mine are at secondary school there are good kids like this who will try to help instead of doing nothing


haha thankyou :)
#27
Snailman
What do you want, a medal?


yes please :-D
#28
hello aah, well done bet your mum is really proud of you :)
#29
Ahh that was nice of you to help :)
Was she ok after, apart from the bleeding?
#30
head wounds bleed loads hun xx

Hope your friend was okay xx
#31
I bet she only wanted a Fork'n' Knife...:p
#32
ClarityofMind
head wounds bleed loads hun xx

Hope your friend was okay xx


i hope she is ok i had never met her before though
#33
4lyons09
Ahh that was nice of you to help :)
Was she ok after, apart from the bleeding?


yeah, when it started hurting lots she started crying but i was expecting her to cry straight away
#34
nice of u to help,

but who the feck throws a fork at someone:lol: in my skl all the cutlery was plactic anyway :lol:
#35
micoo
nice of u to help,

but who the feck throws a fork at someone:lol: in my skl all the cutlery was plactic anyway :lol:


no the cutlery is metal i want toknow why someone had a fork out side :?
#36
MinstrelMan
Yeah he threw a fork at a year 7...... thats what I heard anyway


Stupid thing is, his Mum is the Lunchtime Supervisor at his school. TW*T !!
#37
Flodd
Round these parts we take our kids to see the baggies as a punishment... see how the heart rate holds up in the last five minutes!


He went to see them on Saturday. :?
#38
King of Thieves
A 13 year old girl has helped an 11 year old pupil and when telling so-called 'adults' she doesn't even get so much as a well done...and then people blame kids for the all the crap that's going on :thinking:


thankyou

and thanks for the rep ! :)
#39
King of Thieves
A 13 year old girl has helped an 11 year old pupil and when telling so-called 'adults' she doesn't even get so much as a well done...and then people blame kids for the all the crap that's going on :thinking:


Didn't Alanis Morrissette mention spoons, knifes, and the ironic spoony-knifey game (like Homer Simpson did in Australia)?

(Apologies to aah96 for not knowing who Alanis Morrissette is).

Well done, anyway!

Next point... why am I paying income tax for you to spend your education time on HotUKDeals?

For the record, it's not anything like a bunch of adults who are getting paid by someone else to pretend to be working rather than responding to comments posted in online forums.

You just need to master the "looking busy" mode of holding papers & a cup of coffee whilst walking quickly between various rooms & your education is complete.

See you on the other side...

BFN,

fp.

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