• In elementary school when we would
have read out loud to the Class from the
textbook I would literally count the kids
in front of me and figure out what
section I was reading so I could practice
it before it got to my turn & I think that's
where my anxiety started.
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    • Yea you would do all that to prepare then some bitch named William would read two sections to impress the teacher and mess you up😂
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    • Or the teacher would make the student choose the next reader, so you would have to do some fucking quantum mechanics to figure out when you will be chosen
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    • I would read ahead cause the slow readers would make it impossible for me to learn, so I just read ahead. I got in trouble once for being a chapter ahead & tried to explain I couldn’t focus but wanted everyone to be able to read out loud & learn as well & my teacher was NOT pleased lemme tell y’all
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    • We all did this, quit trying to be funny and edgy with your “anxiety”
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    • I would say I'm a pretty proficient reader, in highschool i would despise when we had to read aloud. Primarily due to people having the reading comprehension skills of a 1st grader.
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    • Then the kid ahead of you reads further than intended and goes straight through the part you practiced
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    • heehooheehoo im quirky i do something 99% of other people do
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    • And then you fuck up because the teacher started at the front of the next row instead of the back and you gotta find your new paragraph
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    • I would fight between saying "here" or "present" during roll call but practice both in my head.
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    • I'd do that so I could fuck around and not listen then read my part when called on and not be lost
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    • Pretty sure everyone, other than the reeree's and the horse girl/cat girl who hisses at ppl, has done the exact same thing. You're not special lol
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    • Damn it's that bad for some of y'all? Academics was the only place I felt confident. Social shit is where anxiety got the best of me
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    • That wasn't an everybody thing?
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    • I used to hate whenever the teacher would be like 'keep reading' to someone in front of me amd completely throw off where i counted
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    • And then Abigail starts reading your lines and you have to learn your new lines on the fly
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    • Pretty sure everyone did this. You ain’t special
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    • Until some kiss ass reads more than they had to
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    • and then you miscount and it's suddenly your turn and the last person left off before the paragraph you didn't rehearse
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    • Unless it was popcorn read and u were left defenseless
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    • I did it so that I could fucking do whatever I wanted before having to read instead of pay attention
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    • It would usually result in one stupid shit refusing to go so you would get a different section
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    • But then the kid in the back is being disruptive and has to read so you have to learn a whole new part
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    • Oh good, so I'm not crazy.
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    • Me too, and then someone would read too much, and mess up the count
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    • High school niggas still read like they in elementary
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    • I did this but not to practice. I remember the sentence before my part then would ignore everyone until I heard that sentence.
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    • I do that shit now amd im fukin 18
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    • We all did this whether or not we had anxiety we just didn’t want to look like fools you’re not special.
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    • Same but then u get a nerd who reads more than they had to and it fucks ur plans up
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    • Lord help us when the teacher says popcorn read and u have to skim over the whole chapter just Incase some ass hole decided to choose you next to read cuz he ran out of homies to pick
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    • We played popcorn. Keeps you on your toes
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    • All works out until one kid decides he doesn’t want to read
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    • Horrible moment when the person in front of you starts reading the part you practiced and realize you miss counted and only have seconds to practice your new part.
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    • It was always the people who could barely read that volunteered
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    • Popcorn reading was fucking terrifying because you could literally be called on at any time
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    • Didn’t everyone?
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    • I feel like people with worse anxiety don't being it up all the damn time
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    • TFW the teacher picks the kid that can't pronounce a word if his life depended on it:
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    • Until the teacher accidentally skips someone and your plan is foiled
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    • Id volunteer since reading was not hard and I hated having to let someone take forever trying to pronounce 1 word.
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    • Then someone would manage to get out if it and you'd have to do it for the part before
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    • Didn’t we all do that?
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    • Y'all ever miss count and get blind sided with a section you weren't ready for?
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    • "Anxiety"
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    • And then read ahead of the retards who could only read 3 words per minute
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    • I would always get annoyed at how terrible the other kids were at reading. Especially around age 10 and up and I'm like "come on, you've literally been reading for years now, it's not hard."
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    • I used to always do that, does that men I have anxiety? *gasp my life is a lie*
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    • > when you had absolutely no problem reading and flexed on everyone in class with perfect pronunciation and clarity
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    • Id count it out so I knew what page to read when the teacher woke me up from my nap
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    • Thats not why Everybody did this your anxiety started when the teacher would start skipping around after you already started reading your pre determined paragraph
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    • Did we all have the same childhood?
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    • I did it so I was able to just not pay attention and than when I got called on I knew what part to read
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    • but then the teacher would pull a sneaky & pick randomly
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    • OmG i hAvE ANXieTy
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    • I just read the whole text while the first person was reading then stared into the air until someone would be like "EmMa ItS YoUR TuRn" and id be like alr what page we on
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    • No that’s when your life skills of being prepared started
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    • Then the teacher is like: okay I’ll read this paragraph and I would freak
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    • People just label anything they do as having anxiety nowadays
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    • Literally everyone did that no one is special
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    • Count where I would read so I would stop paying attetion until they called ke
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    • Then the bitch goes, you can read another section, and your counting is fucked up.
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    • Dude same. Anytime I wouldn’t I would stutter like crazy and even the teacher would laugh at me. Stupid assholes
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    • And then that one fucker decides to take up 2 parts so you gotta recount
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    • We all did that, you ain’t special
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    • Didn’t everyone do that?
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    • And then some kid asks to go to the bathroom
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    • I don't know why but it always bothered me when those students who would talk all the time in class had to read and they would read aloud like it's their first time ever talking
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    • I did that so I wouldn’t have to pay attention till I was called
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    • The best way to get over anxiety in my experience is doing something called “not being a giant bitch.”
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    • Bro i think every1 did that
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    • Then when someone would get asked to read longer than what others did so you had to re estimate and practice again
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    • Till the teacher hit u with that popcorn nonsense
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    • I counted so I could zone out until it was my turn
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    • Everyone does that, kindly, shut the fuck up
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    • Her undiagnosed only flares up when convenient anxiety
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    • I have anxiety heeheehoo
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    • Even after doing this I STILL stuttered
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    • That’s not anxiety that’s just being nervous to talk in front of people. Everyone gets that feeling. I wish people would know the difference.
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    • It's a great idea, up until the teacher changes it up, and you have to find your new spot
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    • Whenever we’d read a play and I was picked to read one of the characters lines I would never pay attention to what was going on because I would be ahead practicing my lines
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    • My anxiety started when i would play papas freezeria and get so nervouse when a closer came
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    • I’d hate it when one kid would read their section to well and the teacher would have them read extra and throw off that whole plan.
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    • The anxiety is worse when it’s popcorn mode.
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    • My teacher pick out fu kin popsicle stick so I never knew and always got fucked over
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    • that doesn't mean tou have anxiety and you aren't the only person in the world that did that but ok
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    • And because of that I didn’t actually absorb what was being read by the other kids nor what I was reading. Doing this is a really ineffective way to get kids to understand the material.
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    • I would raise my hand right after my crush finished reading so I can read next. I think my teacher caught on because weirdly enough she would see if I raised my hand after my crush finished reading
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    • Mine started when they started popcorn reading
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    • "Haha, I have anxiety so that makes me quirky!"
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    • Same but i did it so i could slack off and ignore the others lol.
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    • Then youd get lost and have a panic attack
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    • I’m still do that in high school🤭
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    • Or how bout when it was your turn to read, and you completely dazed out, not knowing where the class left off
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