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Thursday, October 19, 2006


LAME SHIT


Ever think your school discipline committee sucks so much? NO?!?! ok, but i do. Lets name my school 'X secondary school'.

Hmm. Lets start with today's spotcheck on unacceptable hair length/style, whatever. Almost half of the present students were caught for unacceptable hair, that is mostly are punky, cool whatever. That is already crap. So my school don't allow nice hairstyle. Nice hairstyles must CUT AWAY LARH. Cannot leave, or else break school rule.

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Possible reasons for this school rule are as followed:
* Cool hair are so 'dirty' that it reacts with absolutely anything it comes into contact with, that is corrosion. The hair, if come into contact with you, might corrode your skin, causing chances of blindness, burnt flesh, melting of skull, then to the brain. So your grades will be affected larh.

* This is a school, not a fashion house. ( Always used by the discipline committee ) Wow..you can ONLY try to look good in a fashion house. In school must be as shitty as possible. If you try, you die. So i guess teachers ain't alife.

* ''The hair blocks your view of whatever crap is being taught in class.'' So right!!!Wow!! Science HAVEN'T prove that those hair are so close to the eyes that it is out of focus, so it doesn't really affect our vision larh. Morever, there are enough light that reach our eyes.

* ''The hair will distract you. You will give less attention in class.'' So people will keep on thinking how nice thier hair are, and how they are going to improve the already nice hair. Remmember, people WILL NOT think of ideas how they want to improve thier not-nice hair forced by the school rule. They love the rule so much.
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And today, while mrs terrence announced on stage that " Currently only black, blue or white hair bands allowed. " Note.. as she said that.. miss ker, the sec.1 LC CONFISCATED a BLUE hairband from a sec.1 girl right infront of mrs terrence, which caused much commotion, which they called everyone to settle down. Mrs terrence, on seeing the dramatic event, looked with GREAT INTEREST, and then shut up.

And another thing, note that most discipline committee seems to find trouble. Even standing alone after school also get questioned. Very suspicious larh, standing there ... ... alone... ...
... ...
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in school.

Norman,
Namron.
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!COMMENTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Norman Au.



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4 Comments:

Here's a comment I have in mind, since you look like you really want a comment on your entry.

I know Commonwealth has changed quite alot in this few months, and what I say may not be applicable to the "new Commonwealth system" - but I comment based on the latest update I know of.

No, it's not that Commonwealth doesn't allow you guys to have "nice hairstyles" - it's just that the current wave of "nice hairstyles" break the school rules - i.e. long fringe, long hair at the back, etc.

If school rule says, "Spiked strands of hair cannot be longer than 2mm." And you have spiked strands of hair at 2.01mm, you're already breaking the school rules.

Think about it - if you have a fashionable hairdo that doesn't require you to break the school rules, would the teachers disapprove of it?

Besides, there's barely any hairstyle nowadays that fits in the bill of "acceptable hairstyles" - it's either long hair, fringe or whatsoever.

Also, why keep long hair? It's so friggin' hot here in Singapore, and the long hair would keep us (human beings) even warmer, causing us to sweat even more.

I used to keep long hair (yes, in the name of "fashion" too), but I realised that I do perspire even more than I did when I kept short hair.

Anyway, you're a NCC cadet - you (as well as the rest) represent the disciplined corps in Commonwealth - short and neat hairstyle, is what you should be following.

In other words, you don't exactly need to bother about the school's standard, do you? If NCC can approve, Commonwealth confirm ok.

That's all I have to say - about the hairband and other things, I don't know, and shan't comment too much.

Tata.

By Anonymous LLST., at October 20, 2006 9:12 PM  

"No, it's not that Commonwealth doesn't allow you guys to have "nice hairstyles" - it's just that the current wave of "nice hairstyles" break the school rules - i.e. long fringe, long hair at the back, etc."

That is contradicting whatever you said in the sentence.

They forgot to tell us the angle of spike hair that is allowed.

And why we must show our socks so much.

"Also, why keep long hair? It's so friggin' hot here in Singapore, and the long hair would keep us (human beings) even warmer, causing us to sweat even more."

Err, does hair REALLY affects how you sweat and making you feel more warm? Obviously, no.

"That's all I have to say - about the hairband and other things, I don't know, and shan't comment too much."

You didnt say anything about the hairband.

I assume that you are pro-commonwealth student or you are a teacher.

Tata~

MSFT

By Anonymous Anonymous, at October 20, 2006 10:51 PM  

No, it's not that Commonwealth doesn't allow you guys to have "nice hairstyles" - it's just that the current wave of "nice hairstyles" break the school rules - i.e. long fringe, long hair at the back, etc."

Commonwealth does allow you guys to have "nice hairstyles" - but they have to be within the school rules. Sadly, most hairstyles nowadays need to be quite long in order to look good, which breaks the rules, which is what Commonwealth disapproves of.

About the socks. If I'm not wrong, they only said no ankle socks - there's this kind of socks which are a little higher than the ankle (i think that'll do, unless they give a specific length of socks, that is).

Also, why keep long hair? It's so friggin' hot here in Singapore, and the long hair would keep us (human beings) even warmer, causing us to sweat even more

Your rebuke to this paragraph tells me that you're most probably a fan of having long hair - I may be wrong, and since I don't know you, don't blame me.

Just a simple question, have you kept short hair before? Short as in, not a few centimetres not as long as your desired hair; short as in, the Number 2 hair-cut.

I've experienced hair lengths of both ends - short and long. I used to think that having short hair made me look uglier; short hair looks uncool.

But it's not so much about looking good - it's about looking presentable.

That's all I have to say - about the hairband and other things, I don't know, and shan't comment too much.

Sometimes, saying just even one word could be saying too much - it's hard to explain through words, but trust me, it's not an experience you wanna go through.

Quoting one of the things you've said, "They forgot to tell us the angle of spike hair that is allowed."

Don't you think you're a little too biased against Commonwealth? Take a step back, and look at the bigger picture; without prejudice.

By Anonymous LLST, at October 21, 2006 12:20 PM  

"Commonwealth does allow you guys to have "nice hairstyles" - but they have to be within the school rules. Sadly, most hairstyles nowadays need to be quite long in order to look good, which breaks the rules, which is what Commonwealth disapproves of."

That is my point, isnt that almost equal to not allowing nice hairstyles?

In MY opinion, yes.

"
Quoting one of the things you've said, "They forgot to tell us the angle of spike hair that is allowed."

Don't you think you're a little too biased against Commonwealth? Take a step back, and look at the bigger picture; without prejudice."

About the angle thingy was supposed to be sarcasm, cant you see?

tata~

MSFT

By Anonymous Anonymous, at October 21, 2006 3:17 PM  

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