My Thoughts On... School

These are my thoughts. Know one else's. My brain. Unless I do nick ideas from someone else, although I don't usually do that. I hate, people copying work at school. Thinking of school, there are lots of things I could moan about. Scary dinner ladies, eccentric teachers and magical maths? I don't think so.

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MATHS

I hate Maths. I really do. The first encounter I had of Maths in Secondary was my teacher saying: 'Maths is Magic.' I then knew hell was approaching. I know Maths is important, but it's such a chore, and long division gives me nightmares. Along with vectors, just say point! It's just confusing! And gradients, why do we need to actually know these things? Don't get me started on algebra. I couldn't get my head round why it was an X, and not something ludicrous like a Z or a O!

And, for some reason, my teacher said that we need to learn Egyptian Maths... why?! If I ever go to Egypt it will not be for Maths! 

And those terrible squares! How small can they be? How can anyone fit a number in there? No one, is going to right that neat, especially not me!

And all Maths teacher's I've had are old with grey hair... these people need a hobby. Fast.

And have you seen those Maths video's that ex teachers have done online? Crazy! They always look so solemn, and always have a blackboard...

I also had a Maths tutor who expected me to work four hours a day on the subject! He used to chant as I worked, and he gave me a lollipop to 'use' so I'd stay awake! Rude! 

My phone did go off in Maths ones and I was busted... ish. The Doctor Who theme was playing out! Although my old teacher asked everyone to write down what they could here... and thats it, so thanks!

And Pi, well I ask why? Do you know how many fat people have got rubbish jokes out of Pie and Pi? Maths could've actually made money! Because I'm so good at Maths, you know what they should do with Pi? ROUND IT TO ONE DECIMAL PLACE!

So Maths, too much work. I can't be bothered with it. Apologies to those who believe Maths is magical, and apologies to my old old teachers who love the subject.

(And I always hate it when the Maths books are a really dark and depressing colour like crimson and really dark blue. Add some fun and bright colours!

 

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