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Former Students Reveal What "That Kid" Did In School That They'll Never Forget

Every class had one. It might even had been you. A teacher's worst nightmare, who walked into class every day, sat down, and pondered what chaos and mischief they were going to bring. Maybe they would write foul things in the textbook. Maybe they'd take a student's backpack and toss it in the dumpster. Either way, Reddit user r/je_suis_un_negre, wanted to know what "that kid" did when they asked:

What did "that kid" in your school do that will never leave your mind?

A Bear On The Run

The dude would constantly run on his arms and legs (all fours) through the hallways or any random time.

Oddest thing I'd ever seen

LosCincoMuertes69

Start 'Em Young

My school gave out pencils with 100 dollar bill designs on it because "hard work pays". A friend of mine tore the design off, rolled it up, approached a girl he sorta knew, and asked her for a lapdance. She told a teacher and he was suspended for a week.

We were in 6th grade

DevilHunterP12

That's. What's. Up.

A kid I knew took a poo in his hands and painted the walls in the boys bathroom. Did not return next day. Next I heard him, he messaged me on Fb "Hey man, what up?"

You pooping the walls man thats whats up

tonysopranus

Imaginary Dragons

This kid in my computer literacy class in high school would talk to me nearly every day about his imaginary dragon girlfriend and how beautiful she was.

JediMasterGeoff

That's Not What A Hero Should Do!

My freshman year of high school, this dude showed up in a cape every single day. He then convinced a bunch of other freshmen to lay in different positions in the courtyard during lunch one day, and their bodies ended up making a giant swastika.

aspicyfrenchfry

My Personal Nightmare

Omg I was in a toilet stall in elementary school trying to poop and I got stage fright and hated when someone was in the bathroom. A dude was in the stall right next to me so I waited. He flushed, washed his hands then I heard the door open and shut. It was quiet. I proceeded to poop, feeling great.

When i was done, 'that kid' was just standing there by the door. He up and pretended to leave just to hear me poop hnnngh

Bulbasores

Lunch Soup

This guy would just combine all of his food at lunch, including the drink, into a weird soup and eat it like that, no matter what we were eating

sonicman501

But...Why?

Back in elementary school there was a kid who poured gravel into his ears.

mytvisleaking

Some Might Call It Art

I was in art class and this kid goes "hey check this out" sticks his middle finger down his throat and throws up all over the table. :|

ClutchModeMax

Like, The WHOLE Desk?

Threw a desk at a teacher and it ended up hitting another student

untitledmanuscript

Poor Janitor

there was this kid at my school, who would come into the boy's washroom, and literally take a sh-t in the urinal. One time I walked in on the kid squatting over the urinal, and he immediately got up washed his hands and said: Dude, look, someone sh-t it that urinal.

He then walked out.

I feel so bad for the janitor.

liquidturkey

The Wrong Profession

Attacked a dude with a sword and cut the guys hand in half through the palm

Edit: so the motherf-cker though he was a pirate and that the man didn't get his hand cut completely in half like I remembered. But can we still appreciate the fact that he did it because it was his job "to pillage and plunder"?

When the cops found him next to the sword he was like "not my sword" and the cops were like "so whose sword is it?" And he was like "sh-t"

UrBrotherJoe

Later On, We'll Conspire

We had one kid who edited the slides to a song we had to sing during our weekly school assembly. The song was winter wonderland, and he edited the last line in the chorus to say "Walking in a winter f-cking land". They cut the music as soon as they saw that slide containing that lyric.

It was not really that funny Id say, but I had to give the guy credit for having the balls to do that.

meezo11

Chugging Ketchup

This kid used to drink cups of ranch dressing at lunch...and nothing else. He would have 15-20 of those little ketchup cups loaded on his tray and he'd start slurping it down.

Zirkelc-ck

A Sacrifice To The School Gods

Stole around a dozen text books, brought them into the boy's washroom, and burned them, setting the whole washroom on fire.

ItsMichaelRay

Get The Celebration Started Early

In high school, a guy I knew but never really hung out with just had a class together, comes up to me during lunch holding the largest set of mortar fireworks I have ever seen. He said " Watch this " begins walking towards the stairwell entrance. As soon as he disappeared behind through the door way GAAAWBAAAAOOOMM!!

Loads of colored explosions shoot out. Everyone's freaking out running around.

GhosTip

But...Seriously...Why?

He peed on some random girl's head when she was at her locker.

This was in like 7th grade or so. Pretty sure he got detention for like a week, but his social detention lasted much longer.

SocketLauncher

All Hail King Reptar

In my first year of univerisity there was a kid who wore a dinosaur head covering/hat that had a cape attached to it and would walk around campus just staring at people. My friend asked him one day what his name was and he replied with "King Reptar".

Weird kid, haven't seen him since.

EDIT: Also, one day during frosh week there was a movie being played on my universities equivalent of the quad. He showed up and wpuld squat by people while just looking at them. There was also a kid who would ride a unicycle around campus.

Flounder2769

In...Class?

Kid spanked it to a movie in Spanish class where a couple girls danced in the rain.

Redwards2

An Awful Horsing Around Mistake

Friend of my brothers (a year younger) in 10th grade if I remember right... I wasn't there but I saw the aftermath.

He was horsing around with a few other people in class, chasing each other and whatnot. There was a door that had one of those old fashioned bolt-on slide locks with a round bolt that you lifted and slid into a round hole on the other side. This door was wide open at the time...

Anyway, while running away from his friends he ran past this door. His picky finger slid perfectly into the lock where the bolt would normally fit, all the way to his knuckle, and literally just ripped it right off his hand at the joint. He didn't make a sound himself when it happened (he did right after though of course), but my brother said the finger made a sound like a pencil being snapped in half.

They reattached it, and it still mostly worked after, but it always looked pretty wonky, all sad and crooked... Weirdest freak accident I ever heard of.

galvanash

H/T: Reddit

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