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The "Back 2 School" Thread

Discussion in 'Friends and Family' started by SSLFan, Aug 23, 2007.

  1. MrsPepper Active Member

    S'okay, I'll probably be in the same boat in 2 weeks. I'll be your friend! **hugs** Really and truly.

    Squeegee, don't you worry, high school is a really small gene pool and when you get out in the real world, you will find people like you with the same interests and it will remind you that you are wonderful and there is nothing wrong with you just because you aren't like them. It's better to be individual anyway. And you and I would definately have gotten along in high school :D

    MuppetNewsgirl, I hope your roomie search and job search both work out. :)
  2. BobThePizzaBoy Well-Known Member

    I start my sophomore year on the 5th and I can't wait. I got one of my favorite teachers ever for English (I had him in seventh and eighth grade, too, it'll be awesome to be in his class again :D ), I have someone who is hailed as one of the best teachers in the school for Earth Science and I have my math teacher from last year for computer programming and he's just awesome. I hope it'll be as great a school year as I hope! :zany:
  3. BeakerSqueedom Active Member

    :33 <3 Aw, thank you MrsPepper.

    <3333 I'll miss yah.
  4. SSLFan Well-Known Member

    Not where I live. I don't start till September.:D
  5. Muppet Newsgirl Active Member

    Just moved in for the start of the semester. As it stands at the moment, I don't have a roommate, so I have the room all to myself. And let's face it, it has some very substantial perks and a few downsides. On the up side, I'm not tripping over other people's stuff, and I'm not going to be kept up late at night by computers, tubes and stereos...and yet on the other hand, since I've had roommates for the last three years, it just feels kind of weird having a room to myself.
  6. SSLFan Well-Known Member

    *Blink*



    Now would you ever attend that school?:eek: :zany:
  7. BobThePizzaBoy Well-Known Member

    That school is crazier than Degrassi!

    But this schools are pretty nuts: :zany:
  8. Cecilia5 New Member

    finished up my first week back. I am incredibly exhausted.
    3 and a half months to go until the semester is over!
  9. D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    Welcome to the board, anyway.
  10. beatnikchick300 Active Member

    I start school (second year of community college) on Wednesday. My schedule goes like this:

    Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays:
    9:00-9:50-Modern Dance
    10:00-11:40-Color theory
    12:00-12:50-Intermediate Algebra for Liberal Arts

    Tuesdays and Thursdays
    8:00-9:15-History of African Americans since the Civil War
    9:30-10:45-American Gov't
    11:00-12:15-Intro to Physical Anthropology

    I still need to buy my textbooks and update my student ID. I may end up getting my books after classes start, though.
  11. BeakerSqueedom Active Member

    XD I managed to get Psyhcology exempted from my list. XD I fought that it was a against my religion for a long long time and they finally removed it.
    O_O

    It actually is LOL!

    I have this quarrel with that stuff.
    That is the reason why Sigmund Freud scares me.
    He says that our rears are what cause insanity! THAT IS INSANE K?
    Erherm...

    Yes...so yay!

    I liked the intro to Anthro...it is pretty awesome.

    Anyway, time to return to my studies.

    :D

    Thank gosh today is no school. Heeheehee.
  12. BeakerSqueedom Active Member

    Social analysis
    Cultural representations, beliefs and practices
    Evolution and ecology
    Urbanization and change in complex societies
    Psyc [Exempted]

    ect.

    @_@ I get confused in almost each class.

    Pfftt.
  13. Beakerfan Active Member

    Freud was a nutcase.... He had some cooky, scary ideas! "Daughters are naturally in love with their fathers, and sons are naturally in love with their mothers." Among other things.......
  14. BeakerSqueedom Active Member

    D: EWWW!
    They must've dropped him as a baby.
    Strange, that he is called the father of Phsycology. *Shudders*
  15. Winslow Leach Active Member

    Statler: These last few posts have left me deeply offended! I was a student of Freud!

    Waldorf: You were a student with Freud, heh heh heh!
  16. BeakerSqueedom Active Member

    Oh, sorry Tony.

    :3 Erm....*Gulps*

    sorry...sorry...sorry...XD

    *Crawls into a hole*

    XD
  17. Winslow Leach Active Member

    LOL, actually I never took psych. I just took a routine from Statler & Waldorf (substitute Shakespeare for Freud).

    *Sniff*

    I guess my joke bombed bigger than Baby Geniuses 2.:eek:
  18. BeakerSqueedom Active Member

    Actually,
    I giggled crazily. XD
    Man, ain't those two old!
    ;3 Maybe they were friends with the love of my life.

    *COUGH*CharlesChaplin*COUGH*

    LOL!

    Never saw that movie. O_O
    LOL!

    *Huggles Tony*
  19. Winslow Leach Active Member

    Never saw either of the Baby Geniuses movies, never plan to!

    I'm a big fan of Chaplin, too! My favorites are Shoulder Arms, Sunnyside, The Kid, The Gold Rush, The Circus, The Great Dictator, Monsieur Verdoux and Limelight. City Lights is in a class all by itself. It's such a beautiful movie!

    (((HUGGLES))) Claudia!
  20. BeakerSqueedom Active Member

    *SQUEEAAALLLLLLLLLL*

    SOMEONE HAS SEEN HIS MOVIES! OMMMMGGGGGG! I.Love.You.

    WHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

    The Great Dictator was AMAZING! Who knew he had such a light voice?
    Then again...he was old.

    The Kid made me bawl. I cried sooo hard when they tore the kid away from him. I was all like "NOOOOO! LET HIM GGOOOOO!"

    Fun fact: That little boy played the original Uncle Fester....amazing huh?

    Who knew the little squirt would grow to be such a star?

    ---

    Chaplin, in my opinion was a strange fellow but that was what made him so WONDERFULLY different from the modern-day stars!

    I remember I had to do an essay on him in Highschool!
    It was so long...they had to cut me off because I was mumbling madly on how handsome, intelligent, strange, blunt, flexible, ....*an hour later*

    and TALENTED! REALLLLL ACCTTINNNGGG!

    Dude, you can become famous within a second!

    Though at that time...different story! You had tah be right on Cue! Very precise and very easy to interpret through emotion, silence, and even action!

    *Swwooooonnn*

    Erherm...I have a thing for dead people.

    Wait...that is terrible...

    Fun fact: The Jim Henson studio was once Chaplin's place...cool huh?

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