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Steam Of Going To Allen High School

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Steam of Going to Allen High School Well for one this has been a struggle all the way from the beginning for me. For once in my life I was able to experience the slang term " My dog ate my homework" and it actually be true. Yes my budget, 5 days before it was do was demolished by my dog really created a ruckus for me but I knew 13hrs of straight work would get me out of here ON TIME. Otherwise the budget wasn't as big a deal as every other senior made it sound I thought it was quite a challenge for us to prove that we are ready and can financially make it in the world after high school. Well enough of the budget considering I will never be happier once it is in your hands MR. ULDRICH!!!!!!!!!!! To start out on tearing down the teachers I will start out with the first teacher I ever had from Allen Mr. Schnack what can I say he was quite the beer drinker if he ever gave me good advice it was, Fuck around at practice when I got a beer to drink and ill let you go home lol. Yea that bout it, it was fun in basketball but not so great behind a desk he was always grouchy I thin kit was the hangovers damn they would kill him everyday. hehe. Next Mr. Jensen, boy was he one horny old guy. I wonder if he has ever heard the term, 16 gives ya twenty, yea I don't think so he was always turned on by them littler girls. He has been try into learn the score board for 20 years and still hasent got it down pat, I think if the girls wouldn't wear such tight shorts he would be able to keep his head in the game. Oh god, the oldest creature on earth and the bichiest id have to say also. Mrs. Rastede, She just cant get her head out of her ass and realize, hey shouldn't I giv these kids a break, but noooooooooooooooooo lets stress the meaning of HOME WORK. Home work to her was they are in school for 8 hrs and home for 16 so that means that she could give us twice as much stuff to do cuz we have more time to do it….. Well news flash for yas this is 2002 western authors are out of our league I think its high time you sit back and have a beer and relax with the rest us. And id have to say damn you if it wasent for you I wouldn't have had to take humanities you evil bitch its not cool but I seriously wish I would have tried just a little harder in your class. Mr. Christensen I really aint got much to say I had and awesome time blown stuff up it was a blast…. Mr. Shoning NOW WHAT can I say id have to say if I ever have to hear NOW WHAT ever again form some one im gonna go ape shit. Its about the most annoying word some stupid ass English shit head created under the word whatever that's pretty irritating also. Math classes never really had trouble with em I always had help...

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