Every person who’s been to high school remembers that one “incident” that embarrassed the faculty and had every kid whispering about it in the hallways.
Twitter user Katie Notopoulos asked “What was ‘the incident’ in your high school?” and the replies were pretty damn scandalous.
A girl in my class received menacing letters from a stalker but then it turned out she was sending them to herself. She left the school. Her parents didn’t let her cut her hair so I feel like ultimately it was their fault?
— Kate Spencer (@katespencer) December 26, 2017
the football players’ dads ordered strippers to the players’ party. the football players turned the strippers down. it made the news? SNL Weekend Update made fun of them, calling them the Northeastern High Gay Birds.
— Caragh (@caraghpoh) December 26, 2017
someone’s (estranged) parent came to school and threatened students and our principal, went around banging on windows with a broom and was eventually tazed in the quad
— róisín mcgee 🌈 (@roisinmcgee) December 26, 2017
School (3500 students) website got hacked and redirected to PornHub for 2 days. Kid got caught, expelled
— jeff (@internetcontent) December 26, 2017
The king of drama club impregnated the freshman who played Anne Frank in The Diary of etc
— Karen 🦆🌳 (@pixleyamelia) December 26, 2017
In grade school the DARE officer was sleeping with the principal, she broke it off, he shot himself in the stomach.
— enterNAME (@AJSRNJ) December 26, 2017
my catholic hs instated a school shooting drill and did a surprise one without warning any teachers. they brought in actors who carried around guns to roam the halls and the security guard almost shot one of them 🙃
— bella donna energy (@ohheybrittany) December 26, 2017
As their senior prank, members of the class above me rappelled off the roof to remove the “a”, “n”, and “m” from the giant letters spelling out “RANUM HIGH” on the front of our building. It took days for the school to coordinate the removal of the remaining ones.
— Liz Droge-Young (@LizDrogeYoung) December 26, 2017
The drama program set up a month-long performance of Les Mis with an elaborate, expensive set. The drama teacher didn’t tell anyone he didn’t have the rights to the musical. The rights owners shut us down after the 1st weekend.
— Michael Roston (@michaelroston) December 26, 2017
This article was originally published by our partners at Did You Know Facts and was written by Matt Gilligan.
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