And then you read too far ahead on your own and the teacher asks you to read next and you have no idea where they left off and you just sit there looking stupid and then nobody wants to be your friend and you start failing and your parents hate you and they kick you out and you become homeless and lonely and sad. Or something.
@TheJibbler, or something
@TheJibbler, can relate lol
@TheJibbler, I mean, other than the getting kicked out, that about sums up my high school experience perfectly
When the guy who nearly killed you like half a day ago offers to join a group where he could also attempt to kill you.
@Captain Kirk Hinrich, But then he actually proves his worth and you're like, "as alright, we're cool"
@Captain Kirk Hinrich, and then SPOLIERSSPOILERSPOILERSPOLER he fvcking kills himself probably costing Glenn's life
A girl in first grade that sat next to me basically every year we had the same home room teacher due to last names being close alphabetically (small private school with only 2 home room teachers per grade) was like this. I still hold a grudge to this day because of her struggle to say the word, "water" in a story about a duck.
The..........cat........in......the......satan pit. Good job, Jeremy!
Lol lets just take the kid who has trouble reading and make fun of him for trying
That's a good thing. If you read too fast, then you'll have to do a worksheet about the book.