• How teachers want you to leave class
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    • "No backpacks" like im gonna let my shit just burn. Whatevers already out is whatever, but im taking the backpack thats literally a foot away from me. On a plane its different tho
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    • And quietly. Yes children march through the flame silent and obedient. But leave your precious belongings theyre not important :)
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    • One time we had a real fire alarm, so I grabbed my back pack that had my laptop in it and my teacher was like "leave your stuff, if it burns it's ok", like bitch, I spent 800 dollars for this, and there isn't a fiber collection of p.orn in the world, imma take it with me
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    • Let’s have a thousand students go down five staircases.
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    • "Leave your stuff!" Fuck that. Unless the school has insurance over OUR stuff, then I'm keeping my shit.
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    • No back pacts what are you crazy
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    • I remember getting yelled at because I grabbed my coat off my chair on the way out. Like damn I know theres a fire but it's cold out
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    • As if our concrete schools could even catch on fire
      Tanker 7 jul
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    • Most people I feel don't realize that a lot of deaths from fires in public structures like a school don't happen from the fire but the stampede of panicking people trampling you to death
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    • GET UP SOLDIER, WE ARE LEAVING. Now get in a line at the door, and now walk slowly outside and face the wall
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    • When I was in high school we had bomb threats every day for my sophomore year. It got to the point where no one took it seriously anymore so teachers just took classes to their rally point and started teaching. The principal got fired because he stopped considering them real threats and didn’t evac.
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    • There was once a gas leak in my old highschool and they had us all stand outside the building for over an hour before they told us all it was clear to hear back inside and then half the students (including myself) just left the campus. Staff was so pissed we had an assembly the next day where they
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    • I remember my school had an actual fire and I kid you not the popular kid yelled FUCK THIS while we were exiting in lines and he just ran off, of course the rest of us followed him out the doors
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    • Except the over dramatic black girl just screams as if there's a fucking school sho0ting going on
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    • “No backpacks!!!”
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    • I was once in a drill that was so poorly coordinated that the teachers told us to stay put for 15 minutes with the alarm going off before they allowed us to leave the building
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    • One time in middle school, we had a fire drill. By the time everyone was back inside, the fire alarm went off for real. A teacher had left a pizza in the oven and it caught fire
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    • Leave your bag we’re dying!!!!!!!
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    • No that’s wrong your supposed to leave everything
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    • Never understood why we have to leave our backpacks, always took my phone with me though.
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    • When that bell goes off and it's real, every man for himself.
      Preacher 7 jul
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    • Bitch you know I’m goin out the window
      Majestic 7 jul
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    • If our belongings burn during a school fire the school should pay for everything we lost
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    • "The fire doesnt dismiss you i do"
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    • Yes because everyone freaking out and running for their lives through chokepoints known as doors has always turned out right. Nobody gets trampled, nobody gets stuck in the door, it’s a great time. If the fire is that close, nobody cares what you do anymore anyway.
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    • Light the field on fire. Than pull the alarm.
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    • There was a fire in the art room at my school and when we evacuated I got in trouble for standing in there grass. Like, hows a SMALL fire going to spead across a BRICK building, catch the FROSTED grass on fire (it was winter), and JUMP to the other side of the sidewalk ALL before I can react to it.
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    • "No backpacks" my ass I've got some expensive shit in here, write me up later but I'm outta here
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    • Only so you don’t trample each other and cause even more injury/death
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    • Fucking soldiers and shit like run
      Kaiau 7 jul
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    • A couple of years ago my school had a bomb threat and the principal came around to each classroom telling the teachers to take their class out to the football field and leave everything behind. So first thing I did, grab my phone, charger, house keys out of my backpack while the teacher yelled (1/2)
      rookie_ 7 jul
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    • Hi
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    • Fuck not taking my back pack. Got my bear traps in there.
      Leroy8 8 jul
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    • ...yeah. Because if you stampede, people die. Shocking, right?
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    • We had a bomb threat at my school and they wanted us to leave everything there over the weekend. Stuffed everything in my bag and left. Fuck the teacher that told me to leave everything
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    • “We will wait outside until everyone is quiet >:(“
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    • Idk about yall but every school I've been in was built out of concrete. The way they treated fire drills when I was younger I was under the impression that a fire would be the most likely way to die on school property. They barely ever did lockdown drills for some fucking reason
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    • Unless you want to get bottlenecked at the exits in a mass panic, this is the best way to minimize casualties
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    • Shit like this shows that ifunny is probably around 14 years old to not understand the importance of control over chaos.
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    • I belive it's not to show us what to do but to numb us to the alarmes and always think it's a drill. Because think about it,its always fake untill you get outside
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    • Nah, we gotta leave everything behind
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    • Realistically speaking, you're more likely to survive if you move in an orderly fashion. Dumbasses that panic can clog doorways with their bodies and prevent everyone behind them from escaping.
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    • People have literally died from stampeding and getting caught in doorways because they were rushing to get out. That's why teachers make you walk in an orderly manner
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    • If everyone tries to get through the doorway at the same time, they all get stuck and die.
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    • Nah, they didn't leave their backpacks. Now they're going to die
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    • VlBES 7 jul
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    • slim lecture
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    • Happens if my teacher doesn’t want me to leave
      fresh77 9 jul
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    • Station nightclub fire. One hundred dead. Twice as many injured. All because they all panicked and all scrambled towards the same entrance. This caused people to exit at a drastically slower rate while the smoke and fire increased rapidly.
      Millard 8 jul
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    • My principal was caught fucking when everybody came back in from a fire drill
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    • We were in a tornado against its warning and we were huddled down in the hallway for like two and a half hours why the teachers were up and walking around and they said if anything happens they would notify us to get up and follow them b**** if anything happens I'm running out that door
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    • I used to think that until one day there was an actual fire alarm. We all thought in was a drill because it was early. We all went out joking and having fun not realizing it was real
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    • The constant drills seem to have backfired. in my apartment at college no one cares anymore when the alarm goes off. Most people won't budge unless they activily see the fire in front of them.
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    • Idk about y’all but I carry some semi-valuable shit in my bag so when the teacher says no backpacks yeah fuck that I don’t think I’m going to get any of my things replaced by the school if it burns down
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    • As a teacher I can confirm
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    • No backpacks
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    • The whole building would be on fire and they would do this
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    • Uhhh I can explain
      garycox 7 jul
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    • Google "The Station nightclub fire" and realize why it's important to do this.
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    • wHy CanT wE geT oUr bAGs?? 😭 because there have been historical school fires predating current fire codes where people have been trampled in the rush to get out during an actual fire. Keeping order as much as possible so that we can evacuate the unreplaceable (i.e. HUMAN BEINGS) takes importance.
      jcnixy 7 jul
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    • Leaving in an orderly fashion is bad?
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    • Imagine in a real fire evacuation and you die trying to save your $30 backpack and some pencis
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    • We had a real fire (wasn't big just a small kitchen fire) and I already had my back pack on before it even went off and as we are about to go outside the teacher is like "leave your back pack it will be fine". Why the fuck would I waste time taking my stuff off just to potentially have it burn
      W33bShit 10 jul
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    • The rock fire work incident 1993
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    • Even worse is the active sho0ter drills. "Alright kids, huddle up real close together in the corner of the room while I do absolutely nothing to keep a deranged lunatic from harming you all. Make sure you are real close together so you all die quicker."
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    • I never understood these drills because if a fire breaks out you bet your ass I'm avengers fighting my way through the crowd
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    • No thanks. I always ran once they let us out the doors during drills.
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    • Teachers be wanting to leave too then u see a kid go back for his bag🤣
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    • I understand “smooth is fast” but there is also a point where trying to be smooth can be slow as all hell
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    • Why is this so accurate
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    • This is inaccurate the teachers want you to leave your backpacks not take them with you
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    • But why leave your backpack? Do all backpacks have built-in explosives to get more insurance or something?
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    • Teacher:stay calm/ Kid named calm:
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    • We weren’t allowed to bring our bags even if we already had them on. We had to take them off then leave the school.
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    • Bitch if the building is burning I’m runnin like satans on my ass
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    • You can tell this is fake because the teacher makes you leave your stuff to burn.
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    • Look up the station and the cocoanut grove fires and you’ll learn why
      _Gramps_ 9 jul
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    • How MTIs want you to leave the bays
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    • Facts
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    • "Don't grab your stuff!" But it's right here and the building isn't collapsing. It's literally taking me more effort to "leave it behind" and you stupidly saying anything has only delayed us. Thanks, teacher, I'm on fire now
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    • Back in middle school my back pack had some valuable shit and the bare necessities for school. I only had my phone, earbuds, my favorite pen, 2 notebooks, and a book. It weighed practical nothing so I just carried it. Of course I got detention for insubordination during a drill. Fuck the school syst
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    • In my school everyone just runs out as fast as they can and then everyone goes to a certain spot
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    • Inaccurate they say to leave your backpack which is bs
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    • Step on the back of my shoe and immediately turn into Squidward getting fuckin trampled
      Xamoleon 9 jul
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    • The station night club fire
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    • Except without your stuff
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    • Can’t wait for an actual fire and all my stuff gets burned up and I can’t do anything at school. “Why are your grades failing” CAUSE YOUR DUMBAS RULES
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    • The risk of fire is why phone pocket walls are stupid as fuck. Unless you paid for all those kids phones, fuck off. If they wanna fail let them
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    • Don’t talk or your sound waves will spread the fire
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    • This is factually incorrect because those kids still have their backpacks
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    • It was always awesome when there was a fire drill. Everyone in the class would be like "yessss" hahaha
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    • Anyone ever be taking a shit in school then the fire alarm goes off,that sucked
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    • Me and the bois in my car with no ac
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    • Since becoming a volunteer firefighter and taking classes on the fire service I no longer see fire and feelscared but I get intrigued by it and think about all the possibilities of what can happen and what can be done
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