9 Funny School Quotes
9 Funny School Quotes- The new school year approaches, and we’re all preparing to go back to the daily annoying routine of going to school every day. So we thought to create this post to make this transition easier by making you think of school in a funny way. Hope it will help…
School, Homework, Exam
School: 2+2=4, Homework: 2+4+2=8, Exam: Omar has 4 apples, his train is 7 minutes early,calculate the mass of the sun.
Respect your parents
Respect your parents. They passed school without Google.
3 things i’ve learned in school
3 things i’ve learned in school: 1. Texting without looking. 2. Sleeping without getting caught. 3. Teamwork on tests.
My parents would be so proud of me
If Tumblr, YouTube,Google were school subjects, my parents would be so proud of me.
I miss school
When i say i miss school, i mean my friends and fun. Not the school.
seven crappy hours of out life
S.C.H.O.O.L- seven crappy hours of out life. C.L.A.S.S- come late and start sleeping. F.I.N.A.L.S- f*ck i never actually learned shit.
Pretending to concentrate
Pretending to concentrate in class so the teacher won’t ask you a question.
A part of me dies
Every time i see the word “explain” on a test, a part of me dies.
How you feel
How you feel when the teacher uses my name in an example.
Don’t forget the school is a very important part of your life even if it can be very frustrating and annoying sometimes (well mostly of the time). So be strong an never give up.
This was our collection of Funny School Quotes. Please share quotes you like the most. We suggest you to read: 9 Childhood Quotes | 11 Funny Monday Quotes | 11 Funny Autocorrect Quotes | 11 Funny Morning Quotes | 12 Mom Funny Quotes | 11 Funny Sleep Quotes
3 years ago• Funny Minions, Funny Quotes, Minion Quotes • Tags: class, exam, friends, funny, minions, school, teacher, test
“My mother worked as a saleslady at the well-known Five Corner bakery in Journal Square during the day. Her orders were that I do at least one page of homework for every one of my subjects before she came home. It didn’t matter what my teachers would assign, those were her rules and I didn’t dare to violate them! However, I usually allowed others to make the rules and then decide whether I would follow them. Turning on our small Bakelite radio, I would ignore my mother’s rules and listen to my favorite adventure shows.
“Jack Armstrong, the All-American Boy, Superman, who could leap tall buildings in a single bound, and Tom Mix were my favorite daily half-hour radio programs during the week. Tom Mix was forever solving some mystery that I could help him with, since I had a decoder badge that cost only 10 cents, along with a box top from a Ralston Purina’s “Wheat Chex” cereal box. Since it tasted like straw, wanting to get a decoder badge was the only way I would eat this blah cereal for breakfast.
The radio shows were way too exciting, and my homework always took second place. When my mother finally came home and saw that I had not done my work, she would get quite upset and make me do twice as much, seated at the kitchen table where she could keep her eye on me. Being under her direct supervision wasn’t much fun, but I would sit there until she was satisfied that I had finished my assignments. My mother showed no mercy! If my father found out about my being lax, there would be hell to pay! For whatever reason, I never seemed to learn….
Oh, woe is me, woe is me…. I was in trouble again… No, I was still in trouble!”
― Captain Hank Bracker, "Seawater One...."