Yep another one of these threads. I thought nothing stupid could happen at my High school but something did... A student got sent to the office for singing to his brother. What was he singing? it wasn't emo rap, not sup3r hardcore metal. it was Happy birthday. He got sent to the office, for singing happy birthday, to his brother... mind = blown
:facepalm: What are the schools coming to?
Perhaps we was violating some sort of noise rule. (Singing= disturbs class? Or maybe not.). That's just my guess...
Do we get a link for this?
Context? Was he yelling loudly at the top of his voice while the teacher was trying to speak, or was he singing at a normal volume in a far-flung corner of the playground at breaktime?
Or, was he scaring kids or something?
Why the heck would they reprimand someone singing Happy Birthday. o_O'
Wait, how the hell could you scare kids by singing happy birthday. Wait, on second thought, I don't want to know.
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Dragonelf68;5235297Wait, how the hell could you scare kids by singing happy birthday. Wait, on second thought, I don't want to know.
there is one way..you could be wielding a knife and making slashing motions with the knife while singing happy birthday.
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I didn't make it!
Copyright laws don't end at school gate and Happy Birthday is a copyrighted song. Your friend is playing a dangerous game with Recording Industry Association of America.
Mr. Pedantic;5234942Do we get a link for this?
I doubt this is news worth but its still messed up. But I just saw the schools get it right today. Some kid was running around in the lobby and pulled the fire alarm and tried to run away as a joke or something. It got even funnier when he was sent to the principals office. (this was after school hours.)
Is there actual discussion to be had here or is this just some random isolated incident that isn't really representative of anything worthwhile?