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    • It started out with a kiss how did it end up like this
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    • Honestly these were the fucking worst. It ruined my immersion in the movie and forced me to pick at every tiny detail to avoid missing a question. Completely ruins movie days.
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    • The worst part was the question sheet print would be faded af and you couldn't read it because the lights were off and then anxiety kicks in as you attempt to correlate the video to the questions.
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    • How to make your students hate you 101
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    • “How did the movie correlate with today’s lesson?”
      cerally 7 sep
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    • Half decent photoshop
      Blankwiz 7 sep
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    • Is the dog ok?
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    • It’s worse when they have a completely unnecessary test about the movie
      ryno713 7 sep
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    • You kiss your teacher? Then she eats you?
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    • That would make an amazing fleshlight.
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    • The worst fucking ones are when they have a question every two seconds so it’s impossible to keep up and actually enjoy the shit, you’re just mindlessly writing shit down as you hear it
      Ser_ 7 sep
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    • When you panic cuz you hear everyone start writing at the same time but you didn’t notice any answers in the movie
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    • Alot of my teachers would hand the sheet to us and say just write whatever on it, its just incase the principle walks in
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    • Lots of teachers can’t show movies without one, it has to get approved.
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    • Poor dog
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    • In 8th grade my teacher put on a nature documentary and gave us sheets. At first we complained about not wanting to do them and then he said “Pretend to write something down if someone comes in.” We also watched the Lorax and he told us we would have a discussion at the end. (Pt 1)
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    • The questions aren't in order
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    • My school always puts on movies pretty much everyone has seen or movies they’ve shown over and over again so we always fill out the sheet then just watch the movie.
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    • My teacher would always say how much he hated these. He gave us like a short open ended question at the end just to make sure you paid attention, it was so much better, he was awesome
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    • When you zone out and miss a scene that answers a lot of the questions
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    • Now write a 5 paragraph essay on a part in the movie that symbolizes being a stranger in a village and cite evidence
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    • My school usually just handed them out if the class became disruptive during it.
      Voyance 8 sep
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    • oh im just gonna “work” on my chromebook while this movie plays
      hert_man 7 sep
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    • It must be thenoonutic to rest your head inside the mouth of another animal
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      Cloncoco 8 sep
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    • What in the god damn
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    • “It started out with a kiss how did it end like this”
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    • Vore
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    • God I fucking hated that
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    • I mean I would put on a movie and just give a basic question sheet relating to the plot so I could bump up some kids grades by giving everyone an a
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    • It’s sucks when it’s a shitty movie and you just wanna take a nap but can’t because of the answer sheet
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    • 3 things that happened , : constant pausing of the movie to write it down, :teacher talks over it to explain things, : you lose focus and frgt about the sheet and when it’s over it’s picked up and you havnt done anything
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    • SAVE THE FUCKING DOG
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    • Poor pupper
      valdania 8 sep
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    • My high school teacher did this to me when we watch O’Brother where art though
      data1073 8 sep
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    • Y'all actually did the question sheet?
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    • Had a teacher play the whole movie, say she had a question sheet afterwards, handed them all out face down and said not to turn it over. And it turned out just to be 2 questions that asked "Did you like the movie" and "What movie do you want to watch next class"
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    • Reminds me of the worm scene in king Kong.
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    • I hate it when she does that then she makes you watch the whole movie with another worksheet 😫
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    • Your teacher kisses you when they put on a movie?
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    • Vore 👀
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    • When the video ends and the teacher says to turn in your notes
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    • We have to make it educative in some way, but usually I’ll make it insanely easy to fill out and make it a completion grade because I’m not cruel
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    • we had to watch west side story in class once, but the questions were for shit that wasn’t in the movie so we couldn’t answer half of em. the sense of panic creeping across the classroom was tangible
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    • Like, seriously, Ms. Buell! Why do I have to watch a Romeo and Juliet movie where it takes place in the '90's between two gangs, yet they still speak Shakespearian. Then, why do I have to pay enough attention to pull off an answer sheet out of order! WHY!?
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    • I took french from gr 4 to 12 and even in grade 12 when we were handed these sheets I had accepted i was meant to fail french. Understanding 2 things at once is hard in another language bitch
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    • Same energy as this
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    • I miss how easy high school was college doesn't hit the same.
      cooooter 8 sep
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    • Every now and then the teacher would turn on a relevant movie but it was more like a comedy or action, which basically ment "just enjoy the movie but it relates to the subject" and they'd only ask one question like "why did uncle dave steal percy's coat?"
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    • Sclorp
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    • Kiss to Vore
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    • I would kill this fish cook it let the doggo puppers eat that bitch for pulling some shit like that!!
      Auzi 7 sep
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    • I was really good at listening to movies. Answer sheets made it worse because then I couldn’t concentrate because I could only focus on finding the answers. They are counter productive if you ask me
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    • My fuckin GYM TEACHERS IN HIGHSCHOOL would have us do this. Like shut the fuckin movie off I don’t wanna do a stupid ass quiz at the end lets fucking play kickball or some shit fuck you
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    • My high school chemistry teacher did this but before the movie started he told us that he wasn’t going to grade it and to just enjoy the movie.
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    • I had a question sheet for a movie once and the questions were all just "bla bla bla, write somthing down"
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    • Ahhh GET THE PUPPY OUT
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    • I remember watching a video back in middle school, and the teacher required us to write down new stuff we learned. I remember writing down "Cars run on gas" and having a hard time containing my laughter because of how silly it was
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    • When the questions are out of order from the movie and you have to read all of the questions first and keep all of them in your head
      GrandJ 7 sep
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    • Most schools districts don't allow teachers to just put on a movie without some kind of assignment to go with it. Blame the school boards, not the teachers.
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    • Those were the days where I was okay with taking a F.
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    • Vore
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    • What sucks is that for some of my teachers they wanted us to just enjoy like the last week or 2 of class and would want to either put a fun movie or something interesting for example one was Hidden figures but the school only allowed watching if it had a worksheet as to not loose "education time"
      Nema 7 sep
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    • Just wait until after to fill it in. Or the teacher would interupt "one of your questions is coming up" "did you catch that? Lemme rewind"
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    • I would never do it because my teacher would never put a grade in for it
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    • Pausing it every 10 seconds for them to try and show how smart they are by explaining the “deeper meaning” of each scene.
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    • My english teacher had us watch Mice and Men after we read the book to encourage us to actually read the book.
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    • I would immediately kill that fish
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    • When you get into highschool, these days are a blessing
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    • Somebody change second caption to its the miracle of life
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    • Movie: Finding Nemo. Question: How did the assassination of Franz Ferdinand lead to anime titties?
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    • I just asked people that liked me for answers and never had trouble
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    • You think that’s bad in my “food science” class(cooking class) we watch ratatouille and had to do a question sheet about the movie
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    • Back in Highschool my teacher put on a movie, gave as a question sheet and the only question on it was “did you enjoy the movie? Why/why not” and no matter what you put on it, turn it in and you get an A for the day
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    • Just play the movie and have us answer questions after.
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    • What’s the original picture called
      zman04 7 sep
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    • I ignored the question sheets
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    • Me, completely forgetting about the sheet: *sees people writing down an answer* "fuck shit fuck what was the answer fuck shit"
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    • I was fine with the sheets it just sucks when the movie was good and u miss a question so now u gotta ask someone for help
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    • But it’s a movie you’ve already seen a million times so you just fill out all of the questions before the movie even starts.
      Wing 7 sep
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    • I just don't do those like if you put entertainment in front of me don't expect me to not be entertained
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    • When you realize it’s Film Studies
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    • Just copy off other people when theyre paying attention to the movie
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    • That's why you do it as quick as possible, then enjoy the rest of the movie
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    • The hardest part was trying to keep up with the questions and being afraid you missed something and having to skip a question but it just hasn't gotten there yet and they just said something that was the answer to the other question and you actually missed it because you weren't paying attention.
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    • Furry vore
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    • I didn’t mind when the questions were dialogue from the movie so you just filled in one or two words. It was when you had to come up with your own answer while it was still playing and there was another question right after so everyone had to ask the teacher to pause it so we could catch up
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    • AAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!
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    • Lost in the sauce
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    • Is this real?
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    • In college i had a teach who was so disappointed in the classes grades he gave us the answers before he collected it just literally no one could get them wrong
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    • Who cares we got to watch jurrassic park and not do any hard work you just need to pay attention
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    • Why do we have to learn at school? Why isn't it just a place to see friends and play sports?
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    • I hate that more than homework unless the sheet is optional
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    • That was literally one of the worst experiences ever
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    • Poor doggo
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    • I remember one time we were watching Fellowship of the Ring in class, and not only was there a question sheet, but our teacher would pause the movie every five minutes or so and talk for at least ten minutes. They somehow made one of my favorite movies an absolute chore to sit through.
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