History Awesome / WaysideSchool

17th Mar '18 7:01:05 PM Pamina
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* When [[spoiler:Mrs. Gorf's vengeful son]] substitute teaches Mrs. Jewls' class and steals the kids' voices with his third nostril, lunch teacher Miss Mush knows something is wrong when [[spoiler:Mr. Gorf]] ignorantly uses super JerkAss Kathy's voice to wish her a nice day. So Miss Mush [[PieInTheFace smashes a pepper cream pie in]] [[spoiler:Mr. Gorf's]] [[PieInTheFace face]], causing [[{{Squick}} his nose to fall off]] and all the voices stored in it to return to their rightful owners.

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* When [[spoiler:Mrs. Gorf's vengeful son]] substitute teaches Mrs. Jewls' class and steals the kids' voices with his third nostril, lunch teacher Miss Mush knows something is wrong when [[spoiler:Mr. Gorf]] ignorantly uses super JerkAss Kathy's voice to wish her a nice day. So Miss Mush [[PieInTheFace smashes a pepper cream pie in]] [[spoiler:Mr. Gorf's]] [[PieInTheFace face]], causing him to [[PepperSneeze sneeze]] so hard that [[{{Squick}} his nose to fall falls off]] and all the voices stored in it to return to their rightful owners.
20th Jan '17 8:53:59 PM Kodiologist
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* Problem #19 of ''More Sideways Arithmetic From Wayside School'' gets eliminated like so: Mrs. Jewls tells her class that she will give a pop quiz, and that she is not allowed to let them find out in advance exactly when they must take it. One of the students points out that Mrs. Jewls can't give a pop quiz on Friday, then; if she doesn't give it before that day, the kids will know when it will come. As a result, she tells them the pop quiz can come on any day from Monday to Thursday, before one of the students reminds her they can figure out what day she'll hold it if she doesn't do so before Thursday. The kids reject the possibilities of holding the quiz on Wednesday or Tuesday in the same manner. Mrs. Jewls eventually tells the class that the pop quiz will come on Monday, but realizes that she ''has'' told them when they must take it, and thus decides not to give the quiz at ''any'' time during the following week.

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* Problem #19 of ''More Sideways Arithmetic From Wayside School'' gets eliminated like so: Mrs. Jewls tells her class that she will give a pop quiz, and that [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unexpected_hanging_paradox she is not allowed to let them find out in advance exactly when they must take it.it]]. One of the students points out that Mrs. Jewls can't give a pop quiz on Friday, then; if she doesn't give it before that day, the kids will know when it will come. As a result, she tells them the pop quiz can come on any day from Monday to Thursday, before one of the students reminds her they can figure out what day she'll hold it if she doesn't do so before Thursday. The kids reject the possibilities of holding the quiz on Wednesday or Tuesday in the same manner. Mrs. Jewls eventually tells the class that the pop quiz will come on Monday, but realizes that she ''has'' told them when they must take it, and thus decides not to give the quiz at ''any'' time during the following week.
9th May '16 12:21:35 PM mousegold
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* Louis play's "Way-High-Up-Ball" with some of the students, where the goal is to throw a ball as high up the building as possible. The rules aren't important except for one where the ball has to touch the wall to count, what is important is that Louis throws the ball to the [[MissingFloor 19th floor.]] Which doesn't exist.
28th Jan '14 8:15:53 AM ManCalledTrue
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** It gets better. Todd mentions that the toy has three neat qualities. He shows two of them...
--->Joy: [[spoiler:How do I make it let go?!?]]
--->Todd: ''(smiles)'' [[spoiler:That's the ''third'' cool thing.]]
28th May '13 6:28:21 PM Cakeman
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* In Stephen's story, [[spoiler:[[GoodHurtsEvilhe dispatches Mrs. Gorf's ghost by hugging her]]]].

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* In Stephen's story, [[spoiler:[[GoodHurtsEvilhe [[spoiler:[[GoodHurtsEvil he dispatches Mrs. Gorf's ghost by hugging her]]]].
28th May '13 6:28:11 PM Cakeman
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* In Stephen's story, [[spoiler:he dispatches Mrs. Gorf's ghost by hugging her]].

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* In Stephen's story, [[spoiler:he [[spoiler:[[GoodHurtsEvilhe dispatches Mrs. Gorf's ghost by hugging her]].her]]]].
4th Nov '12 11:20:02 AM Oreochan
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* While she is subsitute teaching, Mrs. Drazil scares [[spoiler:her former student Louis into shaving his mustache. The shave turns him from a fun AdultChild to a boring by-the-book authority figure.]] When [[spoiler:Louis]] sabotages recess by painting the blacktop black (as instructed by a professional handbook), Joy grabs [[spoiler:Louis']] manual and throws it in the black paint.

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* While she is subsitute teaching, Mrs. Drazil scares [[spoiler:her former student Louis into shaving his mustache. The shave turns him from a fun AdultChild ManChild to a boring by-the-book authority figure.]] When [[spoiler:Louis]] sabotages recess by painting the blacktop black (as instructed by a professional handbook), Joy grabs [[spoiler:Louis']] manual and throws it in the black paint.
2nd Oct '12 5:13:41 PM noknown
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* The students' plan to get rid of Mrs. Drazil. [[spoiler:Not only is it effective, it had possibly fatal results.]]
30th Sep '12 6:10:09 PM Waterlily
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* Miss Nogard plans to humiliate Mac by calling on him for show and tell when she knows that he didn't bring anything. He ends up making up an entertaining speech about his shoelace off the top of his head and gets a standing ovation at the end.

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* Miss Nogard plans to humiliate Mac by calling on him for show and tell when she knows that he didn't bring anything. He ends up making up an entertaining speech about his shoelace off the top of his head and gets a standing ovation applauded at the end.
27th Apr '12 6:10:45 AM DoktorvonEurotrash
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* The daily grind of school is making Myron feel as if he were in a cage. Although this is a very common feeling, Myron actually acted on it and retaliated by skipping class and heading down to the school's CreepyBasement, something nobody else would dare to do. In the basement, [[spoiler:he is confronted by [[{{MIB}} the three men with the attache case]], who offer him total freedom in exchange for his safety. Myron opts for freedom.]]

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* The daily grind of school is making Myron feel as if he were in a cage. Although this is a very common feeling, Myron actually acted on it and retaliated by skipping class and heading down to the school's CreepyBasement, something nobody else would dare to do. In the basement, [[spoiler:he is confronted by [[{{MIB}} [[TheMenInBlack the three men with the attache case]], who offer him total freedom in exchange for his safety. Myron opts for freedom.]]
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