• Me © the scholastics book fair in
elementary school Wishing my mom
sent me With more money
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    • Now they have bullshit that’s $40 and not even a book
      jusRyan 18 jun
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    • Who said anything about paying.
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    • WHO ELSE GOT NO MONEY AND JUST STOOD AROUND TOUCHING THE STUFF TO LOOK OCCUPIED 😭
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    • me walking into the book fair to buy all 4 minecraft handbooks
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    • Reminds me when schools had us sell bullshit from a catalog and whoever's raised the most money would get a bs prize. I made this school $5k and got a $3 hat. 🤨
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    • Like if you can’t relate because you grew up poor
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    • Ya’ll remember these?
      Tumbles10 a month
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    • My mom didn’t give me any money
      Max__Dude 21 jun
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    • Seems like y’all must’ve never experienced the scholastic at its prime? Back in 2008, $15-20 was enough to buy a handful of things. Good times😪
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    • I was really poor in middle and elementary (still am), so when I went to scholastic book fair I would only get like one book and seeing everyone else with all their little stuff and like 5 books too made me feel really bad.
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    • BlueNibba 18 jun
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    • Or just sent me with money in the first place
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    • fuck y’all for having the same childhood as me.
      TheStonks 20 jun
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    • the triple highlighter w all diff kind of scents was the BEST
      Wondur 19 jun
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    • Our teachers had us circle books in a catalog before the fair that we wanted our parents to get. So I’d have to circle stuff I’d like knowing that I wouldn’t have money for any of them
      xGravity 19 jun
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    • My family put me in kind of a rich kids school but we were actually really poor so when all the classes would go to go look at the books it's scholastic fair I always have to just pretend like I'll come back for stuff so I didn't look lame
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    • Casey is sneaky sexy
      Hawane 19 jun
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    • My mom hated that I was a tomboy in elementary school so she actually gave me money one year and I was supposed to buy a girly book, I came home with a Batman & Robin book & that was when she left us
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    • Always took shit, mostly money erasers and the ones that smell as well
      cameronj8 19 jun
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    • I gave my son 20 bucks. He came home with like 1 book and some cheap ass toy. Like...the Fuck? Scholastic is publicly funded. Why the fuck are the prices so fucking high and WHY THE FUCK ARE YOU SELLING TOYS?
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    • Me @ the scholastics book fair in elementary school wishing my mom sent me with any money
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    • I still remember that smell.
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    • I stole a bunch of stuff from the overpriced drivel
      Garadon 18 jun
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    • The tactic to stealing a bunch of the cool erasers and markers and shit from the front table where you checkout, is to grab 2 items, drop one of them. As you go to pick it up, put the other in your pocket, so the people think you accidentally dropped what u were looking at
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    • Never could afford anything. I hated when that time of year came because I'd see all my friends with cool new stuff and all I'd be able to afford is a shotty eraser.
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    • We stole shit from the book fair
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    • I used to steal from there all the time
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    • When I was in 5th grade, I had $15 to spend at the scholastic book fair. I looked at this one thing and I knew it was definitely worth it: It was a bookmark, alarm, clock, timer, calculator, dictionary... ALL IN ONE
      Parthodox 19 jun
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    • My mom would come to those, get whatever I wanted then asked me if I knew about any poor kids and she actively looked for them to buy them what they wanted
      Schwiften 19 jun
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    • Those things are bs, I get they’re trying to encourage you to read but everything in there is overpriced crap. It’s literally schools trying to make the kids go home and beg for money from their parents. School isn’t a store stop targeting kids you sad fucks.
      Who_TF_ 19 jun
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    • I just stole
      jlionop 19 jun
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    • Okay now who else here grew up in middle class/ poor and the book fair was just training for shoplifting XD I know I stole so many mangas and weird doo dads back in my day
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    • My book fair used to have 25, 50, 75 cent and 1 dollar bins with older books the library wanted to get rid of. Dude I would fucking raid those things and make out like a bandit with a dozen new books for less than five bucks
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    • In third grade i really wanted something from the book fair so this other kid used all of his money to get it for me at lunch. That kid past away a few years ago but ive never forgotten what he did for me. I think about him everytime someone brings up a book fair....which isnt often but whatever lol
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    • Back in 4th grade I stole one of those pens that you write with and can only see it with the blacklight (the true ones know) and then in 5th grade I went to do it again and I realised they were onto me so I threw it behind some books,they checked me and i was good. Lesson is, those pens are boss
      Heath741 18 jun
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    • A thieves paradise
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    • I was the quote on quote “dealer” at my school. I would steal the books the day it came out and also that night as well and give them out to the kids who had no money
      Anjuda 18 jun
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    • I didn't get a dime for the book fair
      Jabs 18 jun
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    • uskmn 18 jun
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    • I went with $10 and could only afford a pencil with a monkey eraser on the bottom
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    • Komron 18 jun
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    • Erasers and a chocolate scented calculator
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    • All right folks I'm desperate to find a book that I think I got from the book fair when i was little. It was a pocket sized encyclopedia of dinosaurs that was square, paperback and thick. It was back in 2000 or 2001. Does anybody know what I'm talking about?
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    • You guys remember the cheat code books they used to sell there? I never bought one but some of my friends did. Non of the codes ever worked though
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    • Boy that was the place to buy diary of a wimpy kid
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    • I used to steal erasers lol
      HarryKane 18 jun
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    • I always thought that if you put it on that wishlist sheet you would get it for free.
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    • I would knock the book behind the bookshelf.. and retrieve them the next day when the book fair was done.
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    • R E A D
      TheHound 18 jun
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    • We were poor as fuck growing up so my mom would give me and my sister $5 each, we’d get the stupid little trinkets like pencils or stickers. If we really wanted a book we’d pool the $10 together and share it. One year my older sister gave me her $5 for a book I really wanted, meant a lot to me.
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    • Me looking at the new Diary of a Wimpy kid book that I don't have enough money to buy
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    • Back in Middle School, I got caught trying to steal something from the book fair. It was scary, first time I found out about the legal system for minors.
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    • That dude is hot
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    • That moment is where l first learned the value of money and how thankful l was to be given any.
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    • I bought 3 books in 6 years of book fairs. They were the Minecraft Handbooks.
      FuckMicah 22 jun
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    • Wait your mom sent you with money
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    • Your parents gave you money for the book fair? We weren't even poor. My parents said it was just a scam
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    • Lol my parents didn't even give me lunch money. U bitches out here buying book fair stuff and year books... Imagine
      ThisJustN 20 jun
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    • More money? Bitch I had nothing to go with 😭
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    • In elementary school, they had a program where you could register the books you read, and it would tell you the amount of words in the book, if you read 1 million words, you would get an ice cream party and a free book. I had tried every year to do it, but I finally got it in 4th grade.
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    • Always had them Minecraft handbooks
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    • Those book fairs are criminal. Volunteered to help out at the elementary school one. No kid with 10$ or lower could even buy 1 fucking book. And it's a school book fair, parents are gonna give them 20$ AT MOST and that would get you one book. Felt so bad having to shuffle kids around because no one
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    • I never had money to buy anything when those came to my school but I had always wanted the diary's with a lock on it.
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    • I used to steal books from it
      DingleHop 19 jun
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    • My mom knew how much I loved books and she picked up extra hours to make sure I came home with something for us to read together. She's my fuckin rock, i love u mama
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    • Book fairs sucked! They reminded me how poor we were and how little my mother trusted me with money...
      Honkler 19 jun
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    • Always trying to cop the newest Guinness world record book or Ripley's beleive it or not
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    • Never bought a thing. Never had money to buy anything.
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    • Them bendable pencils were the shit
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    • You didn’t have a full childhood if you and your friends didn’t immediately grab the new Guinness Book of World Records every time you went to the book fair.
      NutRag 19 jun
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    • So y’all were real honest as kids huh...
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    • I never got money for this...stole a pencil topper once
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    • Your mom would give you like $5 and there was always that kid with $100 and could buy all the cool shit
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    • I was at a book fair in 2nd grade and this one teacher felt bad so she pulled a sneaky and slipped a twenty dollar bill into my pocket and she had told me to check my pockets.
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    • Dude I never bought books at that, it was always the dollar erasers or the pointer fingers. Stuff was the shit.
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    • I’d spend it all on long bendy pencils and erasers shaped like cell phones and scented highlighters
      Tjammer 19 jun
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    • She knew you would spend it on stupid shit like colored names. (Im just on beta so no I haven’t paid for any monthly bullshit)
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    • Bruh id spend my 20$ on the cool erasers
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    • I remember I could never afford to go to those types of things until one year in 4th grade I wone a raffle and got $40 to spend at it only to not buy a single book
      _Waldo 18 jun
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    • I was well behaved and respectful to the books, just carefully reading one, and one of the moms gave me the book. I was bouncing off the walls with excitement
      Ork_ 18 jun
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    • I was one of them kids went in there and robbed they ass of like half their pencils and two books and just peaced out
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    • I used to steal books from the book fair
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    • All the cheat code books
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    • My friends mom would send her with a blank check and let her get literally anything she wanted :/
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    • y’all got money? What sorcery is this?
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    • My face while I'm walking out with 4 of the pointers, a chocolate calculator, 2 erasers, and a couple of books in my pants
      EyeIsMe 18 jun
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    • Me at the book fair wishing my mom gave me money
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    • Book fair was made so rich snobs can dab on the poor kids
      Yzzami 18 jun
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    • I once stole 3 finger pointers and 1 book
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    • I stole them books lol
      wAcK_ 18 jun
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    • I remember I jacked hella shit from it when I was in school.
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    • This is the realest shit I’ve ever seen on iFunny. I had no intention of reading the books, just wanted to flex on everyone else in my class
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    • At least you got money. I didn't get money until my very last year of the book fair
      Dredhwen 18 jun
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