EVERYONE W/ A CAMERA: RECord yourself talking about absurd School Rules. Here are some questions you can answer:
- How did Students rebel against these Rules?
- How were these Rules enforced?
- Why do you think these Rules existed? Were they effective or counter-productive?
NOTE: Please check out THIS ALBUM of examples as a reference.
Back when I was in college it was sort of a tradition to pass on the test’s questions from the previous years to the freshmen.
The teachers were usually the same and so were the questions. In general…
Since we couldn’t keep the actual test sheets after the exams, some of my esteemed colleagues would come out of the exams and immediately start writing down the questions as best as they could remember them.
I was actually astonished at the amount of organization the whole thing entailed; even though it was just an informal thing that came out of our sense of solidarity to one another.
It was kind of beautiful in an illegal kind of way.
Anyway, my idea is to expand on that and write a story about a “test dealer” who operates inside a high school or college with the help of a bunch of infiltrated...
I rarely ever skipped school. I followed the rules most of the time, cause I learned long ago that I'm the kind of person who can't get away with ANYTHING. I do remember skipping class one day and this is how pathetic the story goes: I craved one of those long bags of roasted peanuts you can get at any convenience store. I don't know if I missed lunch that day or what, but I just HAD to have me some of those damn peanuts. There just happened to be a convenience store located across the street from my high school, so when the bell rang to change class, I ran out the gates and escaped.
You would think that once I had gotten away with leaving the school grounds, I would find something to get into after satisfying my peanut craving, but no, not me.
I sat in an alley next to the store enjoying...
I kept marijuana in a case previously holding my eye glasses. It contained my pipe, lighter, gum, and eye drops. This relic was often passed around in home economics class and was a precursor to what lay in store after class. Discretion was not a familiar word to me in high school, and a smarter lad would not have broadcast his crime so publicly. Still, new friends came flocking like pideons to Mary Poppins; and the weed was tuppence a bag.
One day as the final bell rang, I head over to my usual smoking spot. It was in front of the school, obscured by thick trees, and accessible from a walking path. Before sparking a light, several folks surrounded me. Seven of us surrounding a blunt; not a care in the world.
The buzz arrived as quickly as the fuzz did. A police car mounted the...
WRITERS: Write Stories or Ideas about Rules being broken in School.
EVERYONE W/ A CAMERA: RECord Video of yourself sharing Stories & Experiences about breaking School Rules.
NOTE: Check out THIS ALBUM as a reference.
- Write Stories or Ideas about Rules being broken in School
- RECord Video of yourself sharing Stories & Experiences about breaking School Rules
- Draw Visuals for this collab
- Make an Album of your favorite contributions for this collab