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I remember way back during school days, I used to hate waking up in the morning (which I still do) and dress up to go to school, recalling all the previous day’s homework that was forced upon us all. I used to think to myself everyday, “Oh god! When will I grow up and there’ll be no burden of studies all the freaking time”. But now I would just do anything to go back to my school days, sit in my classroom, play flames and tic tac toe with my friends, exchange juicy gossip on who has a crush on whom. I’m sure there are a zillion other memories that we have about our childhood school days, how about rejuvenating them right here, right now?
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Wearing casuals on your birthday, the entire class singing ‘Happy Birthday To You’, distributing chocolates and then taking your BFF along with you to give chocolates to the teachers in the entire school was undoubtedly the memory we want to relive.
Praying for a substitute teacher
I usually skipped some or the other homework for I’m such a lazy bum. But I’m sure most of us irrespective of the homework factor prayed for a teacher who would be too cocky to handle to get absent and we get a substitute teacher. Yaayyyy! Free period was the best thing ever.
Bursting crackers in the loo
Diwali was the best time ever to go to school cuz we got to actually sneakily explode bombs in the loo. We were like pros in doing it cuz I don’t remember getting caught even once. Wish I still had souch amazing talents to do stuff so sneakily.
Farewell, Teacher’s Day, Republic Day and Independence Day
School time would be incomplete without these big celebrations. I still remember how much we started thinking about wearing a saree for the first time ever in school. Before even passing the tenth grade we all got so excited about the farewell we’d be throwing the following year. Republic Day and Independence Day along with Annual Day were three most important days in school which were crazily fun.
Making excuses to step out of the class
The moment a teacher collects set of notebooks to stack it in her shelf at the staff room, we would all keep our fingers crossed hoping it’s us. And when we step out of the classroom, there is no way we will not walk around the entire building to kill some extra time. In fact we would go to our BFF’s classroom to get them along with us too.
Didn’t we all one day that didn’t have a Maths period and had PE instead? Mornings would kickstart with a happy face the moment we realize it’s that day of the week. Packing our shorts and thinking which game to play while we step outdoors. Summers, winters, monsoons we just won’t care as long as we got to play.
Valentine’s Day & Raksha Bandhan
Hahaha! Raksha Bandhan used be epic. Remember when guys literally hid and ran away from us girls during Raksha Bandhan? And the opposite happened on Valentine’s Day and we waited for our crush to come up to us and offer us a red rose.
Eating lunch before recess is something each one of us have done sometime or the other. If not ours, we would steal someone else’s lunchbox and gobble all of it down and pretend as if we are listening to the teacher very carefully by nodding and making serious facial expressions.
Wednesdays for white
There always used to be this one person who would forget to wear whites on Wednesdays and they would get punished for not following the rules. I used love love loooove my whites for they made all of us look different and we anyway used to get bored of wearing the same uniform the entire week. And yes! The morning prayers would have march pasts included in them on Wednesdays, that was one thing we all dreaded.
Borrowing books from other classrooms
Carrying a bag weighing 110kgs was the worst of all. Thanks to our buddies for we got to exchange books from them once their period was over and vice versa. We dreaded that the teacher would check the names on the books and get caught. Not just you but the friend who offered to help also gets in to trouble.
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