History Funny / WaysideSchool

7th Jul '14 7:54:08 AM SpaghettiBoy
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* Joe can't count, so Mrs. Jewls tries to teach him how to count... And yet Joe always arrives to the select one, resulting in the funny exchange as "There are four there", and he's told "No there's four!" ''SO'' many students who've gotten answers right but didn't do what the teachers wanted them to were laughing like mad at this.

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* Joe can't count, so Mrs. Jewls tries to teach him how to count... And yet Joe always arrives to the select one, correct answer anyways, resulting in the funny exchange exchanges such as "There are four there", and he's told "No there's four!" ''SO'' many students who've gotten answers right but didn't do what the teachers wanted them to were laughing like mad at this.
26th Jun '14 8:15:46 AM SpaghettiBoy
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* Joe can't count, so Mrs. Jewls tries to teach him how to count... And yet Joe always arrives to the select one, resulting in the funny exchange as "There are four there", and he's told "No there's four!"

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* Joe can't count, so Mrs. Jewls tries to teach him how to count... And yet Joe always arrives to the select one, resulting in the funny exchange as "There are four there", and he's told "No there's four!"
four!" ''SO'' many students who've gotten answers right but didn't do what the teachers wanted them to were laughing like mad at this.
26th Jun '14 8:11:34 AM SpaghettiBoy
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* Joe can't count, so Mrs. Jewls tries to teach him how to count... And yet Joe always arrives to the select one, resulting in the funny exchange as "There are four there", and he's told "No there's four!"
12th Jan '14 10:51:39 AM cybertoy0
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* In the first story, [[SadistTeacher Mrs. Gorf]] successfully turns every student into apples. Just as she's celebrating that with no students she won't need to force herself up the stairs every day, the apples attack her.


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** And at the end, Mrs. Jewels notes that Jason was a lot quieter than normal, and considers doing the same for the rest of the students.
13th Nov '13 12:58:40 PM dsneybuf
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* Mrs. Jewls makes multiple attempts at trying to remember her computer's password, but guess only delivers the message, "That is not the password." Eventually, she becomes so desperate, she types, "That is not the password." [[spoiler:That doesn't work, either.]]

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* Mrs. Jewls makes multiple attempts at trying to remember her computer's password, but each guess only delivers the message, "That is not the password." Eventually, she becomes so desperate, she also types, "That is not the password." [[spoiler:That doesn't work, either.]]
13th Nov '13 12:58:07 PM dsneybuf
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* Todd gives the correct answer to the problem, "ears+ears=swear", but then gets told to write his name under "Discipline" for swearing in the classroom.



* When Allison expresses concern that inviting too many boys to her birthday party would make it become too "silly", Mrs. Jewls "mathematically" confirms her concern by writing, "boys+boys=silly" on the board. Then, for the sake of gender equality, she also writes, "girls+girls=silly".

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* When Allison expresses concern that inviting too many boys to her birthday party would make it become too "silly", Mrs. Jewls "mathematically" confirms her concern by writing, "boys+boys=silly" on the board. Then, for the sake of gender equality, she also writes, "girls+girls=silly"."girls+girls=silly".
* Mrs. Jewls makes multiple attempts at trying to remember her computer's password, but guess only delivers the message, "That is not the password." Eventually, she becomes so desperate, she types, "That is not the password." [[spoiler:That doesn't work, either.]]
15th Oct '13 12:52:20 PM Lale
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* When all the students were sent to different schools, Todd was sent to the worst school of all, but the narrator doesn't need to tell you what it was like -- Todd was sent to your school.
30th Sep '13 9:32:07 PM Cakeman
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* Louis tells Mrs. Jewls' students a story about children who attended a one-story schoolhouse, never got turned into apples, never ate Maurecia-flavored ice cream, etc. Mrs. Jewls and her students refuse to believe a school with such "strange and silly" children exists.

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* Louis tells Mrs. Jewls' students a story about children who attended a one-story schoolhouse, never got turned into apples, never ate Maurecia-flavored ice cream, etc. [[HypocriticalHumor Mrs. Jewls and her students refuse to believe a school with such "strange and silly" children exists.exists]].
11th Feb '13 7:19:00 AM Wackd
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* The entire introduction, which consists entirely of the narrator attempting desperately to explain how the heck the school ended up the way it did.
21st Jul '12 5:07:49 PM SuperLlama
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* The introduction of elevators into the school. The principal decided that there should be two elevators: one that goes up, and one that goes down, and in order to prevent kids from playing around with them they should ''only'' be able to go in those directions. The result: the elevators are used for a short while until they reach the top and bottom floors, and can never be used again.

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* The introduction of elevators into the school. The principal decided that there should be two elevators: one that goes up, and one that goes down, and in order to prevent kids from playing around with them they should ''only'' be able to go in those directions. The result: the elevators are used for a short while until they reach the top only once, and bottom floors, and can then never be used again.
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