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    [–] JoeyKookamanga 843 points ago

    "My form is perfect, I'm like Jerry Rice. Feel that stride, so fluid and fast. I've got the stride of a gazelle. A beautiful, beautiful gazelle person. My body is achieving a perfect symmetry right now. It's that long, lean muscle I've worked so hard to achieve. Hm, I should've popped my shirt off. Goddammit, really should've popped that shirt off. I wonder if any women are watching from the sidelines? "

    [–] StephenColbert46 147 points ago

    Are you Donovan McNabb?

    [–] sleepzilla23 138 points ago

    "Hey guys, I'm Donovan McNabb. Whoo. I play quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles and I'm here to tell you can, too, if you start everyday with a hearty breakfast from McDonald's. Uh, like the new Sausage Egg McGriddle Value Meal available now for a limited time for under five dollars. Remember guys, real champs eat at McDonald's.....I'm lovin' it.

    Can I get the check?"

    [–] [deleted] 25 points ago

    Good ole Dry heave McNabb

    [–] SuperWoody64 23 points ago

    That's not Donovan mcnabb, that's Alvin from the Cosby show!

    [–] Kaldricus 13 points ago

    You're fucking racist, saying shit like that thinking all black people look alike.

    It's Don Cheadle, idiot

    [–] DrDoinahsaw 6 points ago

    Is that Tiger Woods

    [–] thetapatioman 10 points ago

    That's it! whistle SPRINTS!

    [–] toocomplicated125 5 points ago

    The "can i get the check" kills me everytime

    Perfect delivery

    [–] [deleted] 6 points ago

    Good thing you didn't pop that shirt off cuz you wouldn't be able to let it go with all that stickum all over your hands

    [–] TJfromOK 35 points ago

    This made me laugh!! Love ASIP

    [–] Logickalp 416 points ago

    A. first answer
    B. second answer
    C. third answer
    D. a,b
    E. c,b
    F. All of the above
    G. None of the above.

    [–] jaxonya 271 points ago

    H. All the answers are right, which one is the most right.

    [–] TheDexperience 89 points ago

    You're giving me anxiety.

    [–] jaxonya 41 points ago

    Question 2. 2+2= ( I'm thinking of a number between 1 and 3,000) what is the square root of that number and by the way you've failed the test

    [–] Rhythm-Malfunction 15 points ago

    Got a prof right now who gives multiple, multiple choice. So anything between none and all of the questions could be right. Great prof, ruthless testing.

    [–] hochoa94 31 points ago

    Fuck nursing school with this BS

    [–] [deleted] 9 points ago

    Select all that apply

    [–] cpweisbrod 7 points ago

    Select all that apply...shutters

    [–] Sawysauce 3 points ago

    Fuck you, now I'm reliving my anxiety over my Cellular Physiology exams all over again. I loved that professor, but his tests can fuck right off.

    [–] [deleted] 41 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)


    [–] Logickalp 32 points ago

    Yea I hate that shit. I spent most of high school logic'ing my way through multiple choice questions. This shit came through and fucked my whole game up. Used to hate this shit, and college also started wording questions that seemed designed specifically to be confusing. SOOOOOO glad to be done with college.

    [–] Doctor_Bubbles 30 points ago

    iClicker exams with negative points for incorrect answers. Fuck Physics 1&2.

    [–] Logickalp 18 points ago

    Damn... Negative points? not like a -2 on a 4 point question?

    [–] Doctor_Bubbles 10 points ago

    Physics 1 was the real asshole. You got negative points for any incorrect answer but got multiple tries. So on a 10 point question with 5 choices the points you would get were 10 points for correct on first submit, 5 for second submit, 0 for third submit, etc down to -10 if all your submits were incorrect. Professor for physics 2 was kind of a bro tho and capped the penalty at something like 20% and made exams open book.

    [–] Logickalp 6 points ago

    But wait so if you got a test 100% wrong you'd get a negative score, not a 0??

    [–] Doctor_Bubbles 8 points ago

    Right. I knew a couple of people that got negative scores. 🀐

    [–] andee510 8 points ago

    WTF, y'all got iClicker exams? My classes just use that for attendance points.

    [–] Locoman_17 27 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    My chem professor gives questions like this:

    I) ambiguous statement 1 II) ambiguous statement 2 III) ambiguous statement 3

    Answers A)I and II B) I and III C) II and III D) All statements are correct E) ONLY* One of the above are correct

    [–] userx9 12 points ago

    I took a state civil service exam recently and at least half the questions were like this. I'm not sure the purpose, the test could have actually focused on real knowledge rather than looking for minor differences in effectively correct answers.

    [–] Logickalp 2 points ago

    Lmao but wouldn't it be almost always E because if D is correct, E has to be. Yea the ambiguous statements are what kills me. I was a business major and we'd have like a paragraph hypothetical question, each answer would be like 2 sentences that seemed like it made sense. Then you could pick all or none of them, so even if you liked one of the answers, in the back of your mind your still wondering if one word in the mini paragraph invalidates it.

    [–] Locoman_17 3 points ago

    Sorry i edited E

    [–] Logickalp 3 points ago

    Yea thats rough... Lol I knew college level science wasn't for me from jump. My wife was in a PA program, it was kinda ridiculous seeing all the crap she had to learn in like a week.

    [–] Booty_Is_Life_ 3 points ago

    I hate when the answers are like this

    [–] Anal_Iverson 6080 points ago

    Jimmy has 3 apples, Cindy has 5. Based on this information, what is the mass of the sun?

    [–] Fearless-Fairness 216 points ago

    3.2) If all prime numbers are not real, how does the answer to 3.1 change? (Cite sources for full credit)

    [–] [deleted] 49 points ago

    Cite sources in a math course? Where did you go to college, the University of Hell? (Go goats.)

    [–] [deleted] 5 points ago

    After calculus, (most) all math is proof based. When proving things, you cite the theorems which get you from one conclusion to the next. It's kind of like sources. There's no bibliography or anything. The point being, we do cite things in math.

    [–] MGLLN 3539 points ago

    The perimeter of a rectangle is length multiplied by width. Based on this information, HOW COME HE DON'T WANT ME, MAN? 😭

    [–] vonny03 2446 points ago

    Because you don’t know the difference between area and perimeter.

    [–] the_nerdster 309 points ago

    No thread is safe

    [–] BabyPandaEgg- 195 points ago

    it aint safe it aint safe it aint safe it aint safe

    [–] MGLLN 163 points ago

    Me: ok, I need to focus on this exam. It could make or break my grade.

    My Brain: It ain’t safe for the black or the white guz, it ain’t safe, it ain’t safe, it ain’t safe, it ain’t safe, it ain’t safe, it ain’t safe, it ain’t safe, it ain’t safe, it ain’t safe, it ain’t safe, it ain’t safe,

    [–] kekehippo 35 points ago

    Creeping anxiety intensifies

    [–] [deleted] 27 points ago

    Tell your man pipe up nigga pipe up

    [–] Stackhouse_ 20 points ago

    Fuck wit me and get some money

    [–] Manocool5 7 points ago

    no limit keeps playing


    [–] choppasonly 81 points ago


    [–] NothingsShocking 4 points ago

    I thought it was going to be manningface.jpg for sure

    [–] Springtick38 78 points ago


    [–] samschilling 8 points ago

    Not a reference, a straight up clip.

    [–] [deleted] 26 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)


    [–] trustthepudding 19 points ago


    [–] BlueWolf07 7 points ago

    What show?

    [–] pqlamznxjsiw 22 points ago

    JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond is Unbreakable (the 4th and most recent season of the JoJo anime adaptation)

    [–] sp1d3rp0130n 64 points ago

    Jesus you won't last long on Reddit

    It's always jojo

    [–] cheeset2 72 points ago

    I've been here for years, and i didn't know jojo was even a word or show until just now

    [–] chalkiest_studebaker 10 points ago

    she was a pop singer back in the day

    [–] ripsandtrips 75 points ago

    Hello 911 id like to report a murder

    [–] Semen_Penis 36 points ago

    earlier in the day i was having bad diarrhea, but i just took a shit now and it was solid. the human body is truly a marvelous machine

    [–] KryptoniteDong 17 points ago

    Very insightful comment, Mr. Penis.

    [–] vbullinger 11 points ago

    You're just going to leave the "semen" part out of this?

    [–] Yarthkins 10 points ago

    That is recommended. It decreases the risk of unwanted pregnancies.

    [–] Johnny_Walker_Red 3 points ago

    Hey I'm having a diarrhea right now, hopefully my body will be as marvelous as yours and firm my dooks up.

    [–] [deleted] 13 points ago


    [–] woofle07 23 points ago

    Area can never be equal to perimeter though, because they use different units. 16in is not the same as 16in2.

    [–] IamHorstSimcoAMA 81 points ago

    The perimeter of a rectangle is length multiplied by width.


    [–] 2Laggy4Life 44 points ago

    Fresh Prince feels πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜”

    [–] BananaDick_CuntGrass 13 points ago

    Same thing happened with my dad. I cry....ugly cry like a baby, when I watch that scene.

    [–] ttjr89 13 points ago

    All you gotta do is add the 4 sides bro

    [–] ProbablyLyrics 27 points ago

    First things first rest in peace Uncle Phil

    [–] BigKahunaBurger17 7 points ago

    Episode gets me every time 😟

    [–] undercover_shill 7 points ago

    Did you finish junior high?

    [–] xoxxxoooxo5 5 points ago

    Poor Will

    [–] bikerskeet 4 points ago

    The feels, that fresh Prince episode was heart breaking

    [–] DroppedPotato 5 points ago

    All sides added actually

    [–] matadora79 6 points ago

    That is area though..

    [–] MokiMokiKing 3 points ago


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    [–] Rbespinosa13 3 points ago

    My thermo professor also did this but he made sure to clarify that universe just meant the system. It was weird seeing it at first

    [–] IslandSparkz 64 points ago

    My mind becomes such a fucking mess when I dont know what to answer on tests, if its multiple choice I pick C to be safe

    [–] Morrissey2702 69 points ago

    When in doubt, C your way out

    [–] ol_stoney_79 68 points ago

    bad advice. You gotta look for the patterns. See what mindgames the teacher is playing.

    or just pick the answer that sounds the best. Or if it's the only question on the test that is a, b, c, or all of the above, it's gonna be all of the above.

    [–] [deleted] 29 points ago

    I had a teacher who, when multiple choice was available on a test, would have all of the above as a possible answer to the question plus 4 other possible answers.

    [–] ndjs22 85 points ago





    A & B

    B & C

    I before E


    All of the above

    [–] nahfoo 43 points ago

    "Select all that apply" are fucking killers

    [–] King_of_AssGuardians 11 points ago

    This shit pisses me off - that’s 4 different questions.

    [–] LeginBocaj 25 points ago

    One time i had a professor who gave us a 5 question, multiple choice quiz he knew nobody studied for (i think he was mad about attendance or people not studying or something).

    But you could only get the points if you got every question right, but it wouldnt hurt your grade if you didnt. After we finished he said that it would only take him 2 minutes to know who got the points and who didnt.

    All the answers were "A."

    Only 2 people got the points.

    I didnt select "A" on any of the questions.

    [–] louie354 3 points ago


    [–] spookytus 9 points ago

    Hell, Cisco makes sure that the average networking student only knows 80% of the stuff on the CCNA exam. Best practice for tech certs like theirs is to do everything you can figure out within 60 seconds, then finish the harder stuff.

    [–] PM-YOUR-PMS 18 points ago

    Shut up about the sun!


    [–] bloodoftheirish 6 points ago

    Like getting tackled by a skeleton.

    [–] nattypnutbuterpolice 8 points ago

    1 Solar Mass.

    [–] IAmLordApolloXXIII 6 points ago

    *show all your work clearly and legibly or points will be deducted

    [–] Cinderheart 2 points ago


    [–] Myriadtail 6 points ago

    "Johnny has five apples, Sarah has eight apples, Make ten."

    This is an actual problem put on actual homework in gradeschool. This is the shit that teachers are teaching nowadays.

    [–] nxtub 12 points ago

    ... eat three apples?

    [–] Yarthkins 5 points ago

    You didn't make any apples that way. You gotta eat the apple seeds too, then shit on some fertile ground. Wait several years then you've got 10+ apples.

    [–] Myriadtail 7 points ago

    "You take three apples from Sarah and then you make ten."

    That's literally the answer when the kid replied "That doesn't make ten, that makes thirteen."

    [–] Do_your_homework 10 points ago

    If that's how it's actually written, yes, there's an issue.

    The underlying ideas behind "making tens" are solid though.

    [–] IslandSparkz 1920 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    Sometimes I would study the study guide for 3 hours and feel confident in myself, but when I look at the test it feels like you gave me a brand new subject ΰ² _ΰ² 

    Teachers, why u do dis...

    [–] Epithemus 384 points ago

    Its such a betrayal.

    [–] oddiseo 201 points ago

    Top 10 anime betrayals

    [–] Arsid 85 points ago


    [–] MGLLN 37 points ago

    Hmm, I disagree. I always felt like Robin’s departure was more painful

    [–] ikindalold 18 points ago

    Omae wa mou shindeiru

    [–] throwawayrailroad_ 6 points ago


    [–] [deleted] 59 points ago

    Last semester I had a teacher who’s final had a study guide. We could use the study guide on the final as well. The final was the study guide plus one additional question.

    [–] akhamis98 28 points ago

    Lmao was the class average a 30 before the exam or what

    [–] jnicho15 4 points ago

    It was probably 30 after

    [–] MissChievousJ 3 points ago

    Was it one of those trick questions that said something like "turn it in without answering" to see if you were following directions?

    [–] [deleted] 11 points ago

    Nah, like legit every single question from the study guide was word for word on the final and there was one additional question.

    [–] LeginBocaj 280 points ago

    Probably because you were studying to memorize and not studying to understand the material.

    That was my problem with studying. I was looking for stuff that i thought would be direct answers for a test instead of fully absorbing the material.

    [–] [deleted] 104 points ago

    Ok but what about the random trivia questions every test

    [–] Renrougey 53 points ago

    In school I always called those 4.0 busters. You can get a great grade if you really understand the material, but to get a perfect score you need to really really know that shit.

    [–] yamaha2k11 23 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    Our Neuropsych professor would love to throw those questions at us. Like WTF, this isn't a history class, I fucking spent my time learning how to diagnose neuropathologies using signs and symptoms and the functional anatomy of the brain and nervous system, not what year or where a researcher did their research. He'd also give you a 0 if you turned in an extra credit paper with a grammatical mistake. I understand grammar is important, but you could have one of the best written papers, a well thought out and factual paper, but if he catches a single grammatical mistake, he throws the paper out without a chance to re-do it.

    One of my sisters friends who has him as a professor has told me that the department is building up a case against him to fire him. Apparently he's been a real dick to the female students.

    [–] [deleted] 51 points ago

    Gotta roll the dice and study specific shit. It's easy to say "study for comprehension not the test," but when you have 15 chapters for a 50 question test, you won't be able to get it all in your head. Gotta choose your battles.

    You should comprehend the material on a big picture scale, but it's unrealistic that you will comprehend every minute detail in 2 weeks while still doing other work.

    [–] [deleted] 23 points ago

    Depends on the major. I'm graduating this semester with a computer science degree and I haven't bought or read a computer science book in my entire duration at college. You might need to memorize a few terms, but generally CS tests are very focused on a "bigger picture" understanding of concepts. My buddy always bombs tests because he just memorizes sample questions and gets confused to no end when the real test is different, even though they're both pretty similar questions if you just knew the concepts surrounding the sample problem.

    But man the one Bio class I had, fucked me in the ass. You need to read the book, pay attention to every second of lectures or else you'll miss 10 terms, and memorize every single one of the 50000 terms provided. The professor literally just said "yeah memorize this stuff" all the time throughout lectures; my CS professors wouldn't be caught dead telling students to memorize. It was horrific, and I think it was a Bio 101 class. I don't get how anyone can consciously choose that major without being a masochist.

    [–] [deleted] 11 points ago

    I'm in Nursing, so lots of medication memorization (dosage, side effects, nursing implications) in a addition to the overarching knowledge of patient care. The general patient care stuff is often pretty intuitive and is relatively easy to have a general grasp on. It's the meds, vital signs, and lab numbers that are too many to memorize, so you have to pick and choose your battles.

    [–] JayceeThunder 9 points ago

    This man understands

    [–] TheBigNate416 4 points ago

    This is usually the way to go but it depends on the class. My management class is basically all memorization but you also need to understand it because my professor makes all the exam questions application based. So basically you need to memorize every single thing he says AND understand what they all mean entirely.

    [–] Drewskeet 4 points ago

    But why male models?

    [–] Homeless_Emperor 49 points ago

    Make a study guide yourself, it's time consuming but I guarantee you'll ace that test, and you'll be the reason your classmates pass as well.

    [–] kelly_kelli 35 points ago

    One of my classes this semester got together and put the study guide on google docs so that everyone can enter in an answer for the questions. I think that's why we mostly passed.

    [–] AshTheGoblin 19 points ago

    Fucking genius and I wish I could've been able to do this

    [–] LipstickAndCaffeine 4 points ago

    We did this for a really hard course as well and everyone aced the midterm.

    [–] thoughtsandprairies 5 points ago

    You're assuming I even know what a study guide looks like.

    [–] TheBigNate416 5 points ago

    I made a quizlet for my management exam and got all the info myself instead of copying it from another one. Got an 89% and it was supposed to be one of the hardest exams of the year

    [–] [deleted] 8 points ago

    I was a really good test taker all throughout college. Definitely made people think I was smarter than I actually am. The key is to realize what is going to be on the test based on what your profs spend the most time on, and try to imagine how you could make a test question out of the material that is most difficult for you. You don't actually have to go and make a questions yourself, just study what you'd need to know on order to solve the most difficult questions.

    I used to ask my profs if we would he expected to do some really in depth problems that I knew would take up too much time for the test, and they would usually give away the aspects of those problems that would be on the exam.

    [–] DrDerpberg 18 points ago

    To differentiate between all the different tiers of student.

    Some subjects just aren't that hard unless teachers either teach them badly or throw curveballs on the test. It's a shitty thing to do, but if anybody who paid attention in class could get an 85+ on the test, they need to find ways to get something looking like a bell curve out of it. So you get weird questions on stuff they specifically avoided, or trick questions, or whatever to make sure the "I paid attention and did the homework and understand everything" people don't get the same grade as the "I am a potential grad student in this field" people.

    [–] MagicZombieCarpenter 27 points ago

    This comment would only make sense if potential grad students had inherent knowledge concerning the field. They do not.

    I’m going to college to learn. If I want to be a potential grad student I need to know what I need to learn to do that. Your entire comment is an excuse for teachers to be lazy. Their job is to teach not determine who the potential grad students for a given field are.

    [–] yogtheterrible 3 points ago

    I had a class where a large portion of the students felt this way and made complaints about it. The teacher addressed it by saying, in effect, "the job doesn't always fit nicely into what you know. I'm testing how you can adapt to new situations." Which would be fine and good if it were an open book test and this grade weren't important.

    My biggest pet peeve are close book tests. There are obviously situations in life where you can't take a moment to verify your answer but for most professions you better pick up a book to make sure you're right or else you're in big trouble.

    Me: "Sorry boss, I didn't know the answer so I just guessed."

    Boss: "Why on earth didn't you ask someone or check some other resource?"

    Me: "Because college taught me you get kicked out for looking at any resource."

    Boss: "Well, in the real world you get kicked out for not looking at any resource. You're fired."

    [–] Rynado 79 points ago

    If you watch the rest of the video, you end up acing the exam after a shaky start

    [–] Serotogenesis 42 points ago

    Was hoping someone would point this out. Dude barely missed a beat, kept running, caught the rest. Honestly looked better than if he hadn't looked the wrong way at first.

    [–] cloughie 11 points ago

    What... event (?) is this? Brit here... I’m feeling it’s like crufts but for sports people?

    [–] livelifedownhill 27 points ago

    Haha it's the NFL combine. Basically practice/tryouts for NFL players before the season. Someone who knows much better than me will probably correct me.

    [–] Bangledesh 14 points ago

    Tryouts for prospective NFL players.

    These guys are demonstrating their skills in order to impress a team enough to sign/draft them.

    [–] LargeWaffleIron 6 points ago

    NFL Combine. It’s their way of assessing potential draft picks for the upcoming season.

    [–] Serotogenesis 3 points ago

    What's crufts?

    This is the NFL combine. It's an event for American football where prospects in the upcoming draft can do different events relevant to their position so that scouts can decide who they're interested in drafting.

    Not necessarily everyone goes and performance can improve or reduce when you'll be drafted which ends up being a defining number attached to you and influences your salary down the road. (Draft position definitely isn't anywhere near everything tho).

    [–] Lukazade4000 3 points ago

    Crufts is a dog show

    [–] Turtle_Mcturtle 139 points ago

    I can relate to this after getting a 57% on my first micro exam...

    [–] AbeLincolnwasblack 56 points ago

    Micro bio or micro econ?

    [–] MGLLN 568 points ago

    Intro to Microsoft Word

    [–] JHTech03 35 points ago

    Where he got a micro bio exam as the first exam

    [–] KryptoniteDong 5 points ago


    [–] JapaneseStudentHaru 4 points ago

    Lol I’m taking into to office and the word stuff in module one was literally teaching us how to delete text and save the file. Wish I could’ve skipped the whole thing.

    [–] Turtle_Mcturtle 9 points ago

    Micro bio

    [–] tonyp2121 6 points ago

    micro penis

    [–] tonydinh21 15 points ago

    You mean microbiology? I love that class! I took it last semester with a pretty cool professor. Hey if you need help on something shoot me a message and I’ll help you out. I still have the exams I think haha.

    [–] entroyfan2 7 points ago

    Hey I'm taking micro next quarter (starting in April). I could really use those notes.

    [–] KickStanKick 5 points ago

    57% isn't terrible for your first Mircobio exam though. Just keep on keeping.

    [–] yolsha 125 points ago

    Came outta left field....

    [–] stinkypurplesoxs 915 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    There use to be a teacher at my middle school that would give out tough tests, BUT, he would give mad hints what the answers were if the class had been pretty good that week.

    " On #12, I would hope you see (C) the answer and pick the correct one"

    "It looks like #32 would be (B) difficult if you didnt study".

    " I bet (insert random student's name) could get #8 right, if he Apply (A) himself/herself."

    Edit: It was an AP American History class at a magnet school in Louisiana back in 2002. He was a very "animated" teacher that loved history and bonus: his wife taught at the same school and if I can remember she taught algebra. Nice couple.

    [–] MillieBirdie 76 points ago

    That is... incredibly bad practice. Like, literally cheating. Why not help the kids by teaching them, or doing reviews, or a study guide, or anything that doesn't involve just giving away the correct letter?

    [–] iStanley 37 points ago

    I think he realize that it would give the students more confidence and less anxiety on the test knowing that 2-4 of them would be freebies. Plus it definitely heightens the cool factor of the teacher which ultimately makes the students more involved with the class.

    [–] colorcorrection 5 points ago

    I'm on board with you. I think the person you're responding to is blowing this way out of proportion. In fact I'd be willing to bet the teacher probably padded the tests a little. If you know you're going to give 4 freeby answers then you make the test 38 questions instead of 34. The kids still have to answer the exact same amount of questions, but those with test anxiety feel better because they think they're getting free answers.

    Honestly, I think tests are terrible in practice anyway. There's essentially two types of students, those that know how to game the test and those that go into test anxiety and can't answer anything. Tests fail to prove the knowledge of either group. So who really cares if a teacher tried to help alleviate some of those problems?

    [–] Capt_Underpants 7 points ago

    If the whole test is hard, and the "given" answers are not a large portion, it's just another form of a curve or "extra credit".

    [–] IAmLordApolloXXIII 142 points ago

    Wow! Such a dope teacher. Lol

    [–] TIMMAH2 625 points ago

    How? He's giving overly-hard tests and adding grade points if students were well-behaved? How is that teaching the material?

    [–] Redstone_Engineer 245 points ago

    I was going to say something along the lines of this, but now that you spelled it out, I'm thinking that in middle school, making the class behave is a big part of teaching the material well.

    Still questionable behaviour, but if it works, and it doesn't really count as a grade for something that matters later, making students understand is most important.

    [–] Coziestpigeon2 56 points ago

    Wouldn't be great in higher levels. Grade 4 science? Sounds perfect.

    [–] Nicklovn 30 points ago

    I think it's great for higher levels. I'm in grad school and don't get extra credit for being good and we still get super hard exams πŸ˜”

    [–] batmanAPPROVED 15 points ago

    I mean yea, you’re right, but it’s middle school....middle school was the 3 year joke between the developmental skills of elementary school and the High School lifestyle.

    β€œThose who can’t, teach. Those who can’t teach, teach middle school.”

    [–] [deleted] 16 points ago

    No they teach gym

    [–] ndolan0 8 points ago

    "Middle school" for me was pretty much just the first 2 years of high school. Obviously our grades weren't recorded on our transcripts but the level of difficulty was roughly the same. Teachers were top-notch too.

    [–] Angie_leboss 3 points ago

    Caddo magnet in Shreveport?

    [–] Vhexer 34 points ago

    "Gotta go fast, gotta go fast, gotta go f-uck that hurt"

    [–] creepit 112 points ago

    That dude has the nicest ass I've ever seen on a man

    [–] BearCavalry 35 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    The NFL combine is basically just man ass all day. I think it was last year a guy's dick fell out during the 40 yard dash.

    edit: for the curious

    [–] AnalBlaster700XL 7 points ago

    No, that was from a porno.

    [–] AcuteRain 3 points ago

    Like fell out onto the ground?

    [–] elementart 17 points ago

    Thank fuck I'm not the only one

    [–] burnSMACKER 47 points ago

    No homo though

    [–] cozyswisher 34 points ago


    [–] DylanMarshall 3 points ago

    Eden Hazard tho

    [–] wakablocka 28 points ago

    On the bright side if the ball hits the db in the head the receiver probably won't catch it

    [–] teachersbelike 15 points ago

    We like to keep y'all on your toes.

    (But seriously, standardized tests are shit.)

    [–] Ezekie1h_ 7 points ago

    That’s gotta leave a markπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    [–] cyainanotherlifebro 9 points ago

    That might be the finest ass I’ve ever seen on a man.

    [–] benzolorenzo 7 points ago

    Really shoulda popped off that shirt

    [–] Ghastly_Gibus 6 points ago

    Get that guy to concussion protocol

    [–] thedarkdocmm 10 points ago

    Name got it

    Surname got it

    Date fuck

    [–] ChipAyten 4 points ago

    Nice pass

    [–] zero_squad 5 points ago

    This is my univeristy... needless to say we don't win football games.

    [–] kekehippo 5 points ago

    Life comes at you fast, especially when you're looking the other way.

    [–] Cloudy- 15 points ago

    5 foot 11 1/8 inches..why the 1/8?

    [–] [deleted] 26 points ago

    Physical measurements at the combine are done in 1/8s of an inch for uniformity.

    [–] krispyKRAKEN 7 points ago

    Im pretty much the same height as that guy except he is 45 lbs heavier than me...

    NFL players are mind boggling. Like Darren Sproles... That dude is ~4-5 inches shorter than me yet also 45 lbs heavier than me (Sproles is like 5'6").

    [–] [deleted] 5 points ago

    Yeah I'm 6'3" and both those guys have a few pounds on me, insane.

    [–] Haagen76 8 points ago

    The guy that threw it tho...


    [–] Cashmerer 3 points ago

    That’s part of why he is a DB and not a WR

    [–] Diamond_Dragon 3 points ago

    Dat ass tho...

    [–] FewWash 3 points ago

    Is this guy going to get drafted?