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Simon's Blog - September 14, 2004

September 14, 2004

This back to school thing really sucks. What's the point of dragging my butt out of bed to learn about a bunch of boring crap like fractions, factoids and physics. Until recess, I feel like a zombie at school. As soon as any of my teachers start talking, my eyelids start to get heavy and I head to dreamland. If they're going to make kids go to school, they should start it two hours later so I wouldn't be so tired.

I fell asleep in math class today while Mrs. Strasser was babbling on about common dominators. I was in the middle of a dream about making out with that chick I met at the Warped Tour when Mrs. Strasser woke me up from my daze by slamming a math book on my desk. It scared the crap out of me.

"Simon, if you spent less time sleeping in class, you wouldn't be such a consistent "D" student," Mrs Strasser said. "Now, please try and pay attention for the rest of the class." Well, maybe if she wasn't so boring and actually made me want to learn fractions, I wouldn't try to use her class for my personal nap time. I think it's gonna be a very long school year.

Have you ever fallen asleep in class? Do you have any tips for staying awake? - I can't afford to grab any more zzzz's on school time.

Later,

Simon

Well dude, that's happened to me a crap load if times! But it's kinda hard like you said to listen to a boring teacher! But this is what I do. I start making noise in my class and make fun of people or my teacher! Lol. Sorry, but that keeps me up.
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