History Literature / WaysideSchool

14th Dec '15 2:19:25 PM thevisualboy37
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** One of the problems in ''More Sideways Stories From Wayside School'' gets deemed the hardest question in the whole book before Mrs. Jewls asks it. However, it gets skipped over after the students trick Mrs. Jewls into canceling the pop quiz containing the problem. The number of the question treated like this? Nineteen.

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** One of the problems in ''More Sideways Stories Arithmetic From Wayside School'' gets deemed the hardest question in the whole book before Mrs. Jewls asks it. However, it gets skipped over after the students trick Mrs. Jewls into canceling the pop quiz containing the problem. The number of the question treated like this? Nineteen.
19th Nov '15 7:44:20 PM KevinKlawitter
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* WritingAroundTrademarks: In the story "A Giggle Box, A Leaky Faucet, and a Foghorn" a book and a song both make Dana cry. Neither title is mentioned nor are they quoted, but they are clearly meant to be ''Literature/CharlottesWeb'' and ''Music/PuffTheMagicDragon''.
18th Oct '15 5:30:49 AM CompliensCreator
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* PowerTrio: The Three Erics.
** BigThinShortTrio: Eric Fry is the big one, Eric Bacon is the thin one, Eric Ovens is the short one.
** NiceMeanAndInbetween: Eric Ovens is the nice one, Eric Bacon is the mean one, and Eric Fry is inbetween.
16th Aug '15 1:23:52 PM YasminPerry
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* PerpetualSmiler: D.J. When he's asked why he's always so happy, he replies, "You don't need a reason to be happy. You need a reason to be sad."

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* PerpetualSmiler: D.J. When he's asked why he's always so happy, he replies, "You need a reason to be sad. You don't need a reason to be happy. You need a reason to be sad.happy."
17th Jul '15 11:11:59 AM rt2012
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* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: The penalty for doing ''anything'' wrong in Mrs. Gorf's class is being turned into an apple.
2nd Jun '15 4:55:25 AM YasminPerry
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''Wayside School'' is a childrens' book series by Creator/LouisSachar (''Literature/{{Holes}}'') about the weirdest grade school ever.

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''Wayside School'' is a childrens' book series by Creator/LouisSachar (''Literature/{{Holes}}'') about the weirdest grade elementary school ever.
10th May '15 5:08:49 PM rjd1922
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* YearOutsideHourInside: Miss. Zarves' class.

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* YearOutsideHourInside: Miss. Miss Zarves' class.
25th Apr '15 2:33:22 AM Twiddler
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''Wayside School'' is a childrens book series by Creator/LouisSachar (''Literature/{{Holes}}'') about the weirdest grade school ever.

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''Wayside School'' is a childrens childrens' book series by Creator/LouisSachar (''Literature/{{Holes}}'') about the weirdest grade school ever.
5th Apr '15 12:05:00 AM nanshe
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* PrecociousCrush: Dameon has one on Mrs. Jewels.


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* PuppyLove: The books are full of them. Jason and Allison is probably the most prominent but others include: Paul and Leslie, Dana and John, Calvin and Bebe, DJ and Kathy, Terrence and Rondi, Ron and Deedee, and Todd and Joy. A possible canon example is Mac and Nancy, a girl from another class. She's his friend in the first book but is said to be his girlfriend in the second. It's unknown if that's meant in a romantic sense but she does carry his books.
** In ''Sideways Arithmetic from Wayside School'', WordOfGod confirms that Jason and Allison are secretly in love with each other.
4th Apr '15 11:57:47 PM nanshe
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* ChildHater: Pretty much all the teachers except Mrs. Jewls and Louis, although Mrs. Gorf takes the crown for turning the students into apples.

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* ChildHater: Pretty much all the teachers except Mrs. Jewls and Louis, although Mrs. Gorf takes the crown for turning the students into apples. The principal, Mr. Kidswatter, is also a ChildHater, though his PunnyName should be a dead giveaway.



* SpoofAesop: "It's on the inside that matters". One of the students wears an expensive suit to be important, however Mrs. Jewls tells him the standard line, only to add "that's why you have to wear expensive underwear".

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* SpoofAesop: "It's on the inside that matters". matters." One of the students wears an expensive suit to be important, however Mrs. Jewls tells him the standard line, only to add "that's why you have to wear expensive underwear".underwear."
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