Never have I Ever in secondary school
It's just a little under 1 hour before midnight, and I am only writing this to post because I didn't want to miss today's article. You'd notice I haven't been active for most of today, but that isn't entirely my fault. Asides from having no phone, I have spent about 3 hours of the day napping. That is unusual of me as I am not much of a daytime sleeper.
I suspect it is the side effect of the cough syrup I took for the cough I am having. I said in my previous article that I was having sore throat, and it has finally evolved into coughing. I have taken my night dosage, and it is making me drowsy at the moment too.
Tomorrow, I have to be up early again as I have some task to do for my aunt. So, for the lack of time to complete any of my drafts as I am barely awake to even think, I have decided to write on a trend I have been seeing for some days now. Secondary school is the highschool equivalent here in my country. So I am diving into the Never Have I Ever:
SKIPPED A CLASS;
During my entire time in senior secondary school (which is about 3 years), I don't think I missed school up to 10 times. That is not to say I was so much a lover of school, but school was better than being at home alone by yourself. I have always not liked not being in class, unless it was really important. I wasn't exactly popular in my secondary school, so teachers hardly ever need me to help them out with something in their office, as that is one of the reasons students used to miss class in my time. My only problem then was that I was a chronic latecomer.
In mt defense, that isn't entirely my fault, because the journey from my house to school required me using public transportation. And iff you're familiar with Lagos, you'd know how terrible traffic can be. But coming late could be avoided if I left home earlier than I usually do, but I didn't want to, so I didn't. So, somewhere between coming late and serving punishment for latecoming which involved clearing a designated portion of a grass field, I usually miss the first class, or come so late that the teacher doesn't let me come in until he was done.
CHEAT DURING AN EXAM
I have always been ashamed of asking people for help in the exam Hall, so I usually just keep to myself and focus on my work. Although, of you asked me, I would answer. The time I cheated in an exam with my full chest was when I was writing in Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE). I remember that the day we had exam on Yoruba language I was having a friend sitting beside me, and he was Yoruba.
So I just wait till he was done before I started copying everything he was doing . You can't blame me, I often slept during the class. And never bothered and didn't even panic.
Forge Your Parent's signature
Very much guilty of this. Although, I more like signed on their behalf. This is because my parents never attended my school for anything at all. So I just siyn some documents on their begals. It is not easy to forge a signature.
MAKE EXCUSE FOR BEING LATE
Well, since traffic was the reason I mostly com late to school, I never made up any new stories to avert the punishment for coming late. So, I just say the same thing every time I came late, and where or not I was bring selfish. So , no, no excuses.
BULLIED ANYONE AT SCHOOL
Nah, I never did that, as I was a very quiet guy or rarely talks unless with my close friends in the class. I just sit and observe people traipsing in and out of the fuel station simply because they had closed for the day. As a gwntle, calm and cool guy, I never bullied anyone, neither was I ever bullied too.
Secondary school was quite fun, especially during my last days. That was when I truly started enjoying the experience. I kiss those times, but won't go back to it as it has been almost 10 years now since I left secondary school.
It played a crucial role in my academics, even if it was during my last days there. I am also glad I could complete the article today even though I was and still am very sleepy.
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