• ª lj-Iyall
Today the fire alarm went off during play rehearsal
and one kid goes "Huh. I wonder why they’re
doing a drill on Sunday. That's weird." and we all
just stood there. rubbing our five collective brain
cells together for a painfully long time, and finally
came to the conclusion that the building was on
fire.
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    • Thats a sign you do too damn many drills
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    • Well yeah no shit, who would've thought drama kids weren't the sharpest forks in the garbage disposals
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    • Too many fire drills. We learned that its not real. I had a dance practice at school at 6am and it went off. We went outside laughing goofing off. Coach walks up yelling. We said "Chill its a drill" he said "why would there be drill at 6am, we're the only ones here"
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    • This shows two things, 1) that schools do too many god damn fire drills, and 2) that theatre kids are in fact the dumbest motherfuckers in school
      Excrator 10 jun
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    • That's what happens when you have mandatory fire drills every month
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    • Fire drills don’t make sense. Not one single person is filing up in an orderly fashion to leave a burning building. They should just say “FUCKING RUN” and let natural selection run its course
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    • They need the alarm to say this is not a drill so people will actually fucking move. My dorm does fire drills like once a month and everyone fucking hates them so lots of people just don’t leave
      Pizfer 11 jun
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    • When schools do a drill every month it teaches you not to give a fucking shit
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    • This is the serious problem our society has developed. I literally experienced this first hand. Me and my wife were celebrating her birthday at a hotel out of state when the fire alarm went off. We got dressed quickly grabbed our wallets phones and keys and moved to exit the building using the stair
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    • Yeah... We have too many damn drills
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    • In all seriousness, this is actually a very real problem. Many schools are doing these drills once a month, with some doing even more. The kids dont care, they just go through the motions and relax. You're not training them for emergency response, you're training them that the alarm isn't serious.
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    • This shows why it's a bad idea to do so many drills
      redoak 10 jun
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    • That's the thing. We have so damn many fire drills that people will never believe when there's an actual fire
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    • I can literally vow for theatre kids being this dumb for I’am one
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    • It’s ironic isn’t it? They train use for fire drills so often we don’t even know when it’s real anymore
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    • The whole fucking idea is that when the real thing comes, we don’t say it’s not a drill so that mentally you treat it like drill instead of going into a fucking stampede.
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    • One time our school was on fire but no alarms were playing so we stayed in the gym for a party we were going to have as the teachers left to figure out why the power was off we played basketball before finally some one came and told us to leave
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    • As a theater kid, it’s very mixed. I have a 4.0 but I also stood around waving in the dark for about 2 minutes until realizing the light was manual
      Spira 10 jun
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    • Fire drills are good in theory, but terrible in practice for this reason
      Ekuland 10 jun
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    • That's why planned drills every other week are useless. When the alarm actually goes off you just assume It's a drill
      LilSpider 10 jun
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    • They do so much fire drills that it’s like the boy who cried wolf, no one will take it seriously when it is an actual fire
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    • That’s what happens when you normalize your fucking alarm. It’s the same with lockdown drills. Ignoring the fact that you’re teaching the future shooter exactly what to expect and look for, you’re also desensitizing the kids to the danger.
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    • Drama kids have to be mentally handicapped. I know far too many that have this type of intelligence all day every day.
      Picono3 10 jun
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    • Schools do too many fire drills cause no student ever thinks it’s a real fire
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    • We had a drill almost once a week when I was in school, alot of times I just sat there.
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    • Someone post that photo of gumball and his family doing that stupid hilarious "hmm" face.
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    • Can’t blame them, my old HS always had the alarms go off for technical issues or dumbass jocks
      ChowDawg 10 jun
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    • It is funny, we do so many drills that no one takes them seriously, but as long as everyone follows the steps and doesnt panic it will be fine
      TACOMANNN 10 jun
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    • “I’m somewhat of a retard myself”
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    • Here’s a lesson to schools, it’s better to not train kids that the fire alarm is a fake warning, instead just light the school on fire and teach the students real fear
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    • This fucking happens, if a fire drill is not scheduled at my school and the alarm goes off, the teachers will keep us in the class room to go see if it was a mistake, a drill, or if the building is on fucking fire.
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    • That happened to my school once. It was the middle of the show for the musical and the fire alarm goes off. The students kept singing until the end of the song and no one moved until like a minute and a half later. I had instantly gotten out of my seat and was trying to tell my friends to get out
      TiffAbby2 10 jun
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    • Ever heard of the boy who cried wolf? Stop doing fire drills every month and people will stop assuming they are fake. I once said fuck it and finished my shit while the alarm went off. Turns out it was the one time the kitchen in the foods class was actually on fire
      tclay1970 10 jun
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    • Reminds me of the time in class the fire alarm went off and the whole class immediately in orderly fashion got up to go to the door and the teacher stopped us and said hold on I don't know if it's a drill
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    • One time this happened but during lunch and it literally took our principal running out and telling everyone to fucking move
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    • I’m genuinely scared if my school ever catches fire because we have so many alarms set off from people vaping and boiling wax in bathrooms and stuff that no one takes them seriously anymore
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    • Sometimes I lick my balls to get the comment rolling
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    • Fire drills are useless. In case of an actual fire nobody is gonna follow protocol they’ll all just freely run out of the building. All they do desensitize people to the sound of the fire alarm and make them think it’s just a drill every time
      Darnold 16 jun
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    • There is so much shit about school shooters that now we have to be told over the intercom that it is a drill before we can move
      Iderheg 12 jun
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    • My school did fire drills once at the beginning of every quarter so that way you would learn how to exit the building from different classrooms. We were also informed of the drill days and times so we knew if it was real or just a drill.
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    • Lol my school would do the same thing but that’s cause kids pull the fire alarm all the time. We once had it pulled six times in one day
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    • Actually the EXACTLY same thing happened to us a play practice on Saturday, but once we heard the siren go off we booked the hell outta the high school.
      BaJaBIast 11 jun
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    • A similar thing happened at my school where kids left their stuff in a building where the fire started cause they thought it was a drill, they didn't get their stuff back until next week.
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    • One day at my school, after a fire drill someone pulled the fire alarm for real, and that's the time everyone found out that the school's real fire alarm system was broken. Triggering the drill alarm sets all of the alarms off, but in a real emergency only the one closest to the fire will go off.
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    • Fire drills do nothing. One time theres was a gas leak in our school so the alarm went off and everyone just dicked around because we had no idea it wasnt a drill
      Fahkeet 10 jun
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    • I was at work the other day and the fire alarm or possibly the alarm saying there is an anhydrous ammonia leak went off for about 5 minutes. Everyone kept working except one guy who likes to use any excuse to stop working, NO ONE knew what the fuck to do foreman, supervisors and all.
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    • They do so many drills it's actually dangerous. The one time the buildings on fire, nobody left very quickly because everyone thought it was a drill
      meemzi 10 jun
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    • Hahahahaha it’s funny because we’re quirky and theater kids and hahahahaha 1 brain cell hahaha so quirky
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    • Where’s a gif of that fat black lady saying “the building is on fire”
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    • One time we had a shooter drill during summer classes and the principle didn't tell the band teacher it was a drill so the band thought they was gonna die for 3 hours until someone checked on their progress. The principle was replaced before regular classes started again
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    • Over conditioning be that way sometimes
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    • Our schools fire alarm has been going off once every finals week for the past 2 years
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    • Or it should start with an obvious announcement that it is a drill
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    • This is why drills should be rare
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    • The alarm was broken in my 9th grade year before school started. We had to come in about three weeks before school started to practice already. And the alarm went off constantly the whole day with less than a few minutes in between if we were lucky.
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    • This > vegan food
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    • My tricep hurts
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    • So I'm standing there, nipples burning off
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    • A drill on a sumday? Sounds like a jap attack to me
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    • i forgot fire drills were a thing damn. they got me out of so many mindnumbing boring ass classes
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    • Okay I want to mock this but 100% my cast would’ve done this.
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    • The biggest mistake schools do is not announce their drills ahead of time
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    • If it was a drill don't you still leave the building? Like that's the point of the drill.
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    • Who the hell said Macbeth
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    • This happened to me once. But the school wasn't on fire my theater director set off the alarms with a fog machine
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    • That’s when they knew they were at Pearl Harbor 1941
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    • In health class in freshmen year, we were watching a video and the class heard the fire alarms out in the hall. We asked the teacher and he said “Nah. If there was a drill today they would’ve told me” he continued class and when the bell rang, we went into the hall and-
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    • Only the public education system can condition people into not believing a fire alarm
      Toriel1 10 jun
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    • Remember kids if need be push the disabled kids outta the way. Shit they might accidentally extinguish the flame who knows
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    • My school had like 2 weeks where the fire alarm went off literally every single day. And it went off for no reason each time and was known to go off for no reason many times before then. I swear, if there had been a fire, we would all have died because the alarm meant fucking nothing
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    • One time I had a fire drill during lunch and I've never seen someone sprint to the door and jump over the tables irl before but way too many people were legit panicking
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    • We had a fire drill and literally 3 days later the alarm went off at lunch, we all walk out like "this is bs" and goofing around taking our time cause who cares it's a drill right? Wrong one of the 5th graders pulled the fire alarm after something happened in the boys room
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    • My whole school had to evacuate the building because one of our teachers left a fork in the microwave with their food and set the bitch on fire.
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    • This reminds me during bootcamp a fire was started in the building I was in the officer in charge of us ran out of the building while we calmly walked out in a group as we were drilled to and waited for extra instructions while a minute later he came back looked at us and complemented that we were
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    • This reminds me of the time the fire alarm went off in the cafeteria at my college and they staff got mad because no one was leaving everyone just kept eating.
      alarmico 10 jun
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    • Hahahahaha it’s funny because we’re quirky and theater kids and hahahaha 1 brain cell hahahaha so funny
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    • l ll ll l_
      yougud 10 jun
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    • Are you this dumb? Let's discuss it.
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    • One time durring a fire drill I forgot my coat so I said I wish the school was on fire. That way I might be warm lol
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    • Fun Fact: one time during a play rehearsal our fire alarm went off because the air system was leaking hazardous gas because they were doing roof maintenance
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    • I work overnights and one time the alarm rang at 1am and at that time there were only 5 of us at the office and we all just stared at each other until security came to tell us it wasn’t a drill and we needed to evacuate.
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    • At my school the alarm goes off randomly almost every week in the fall so I feel like if there’s an actually fire we’re gonna die
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    • Nothing wrong with being in a club or orchestra or whatever in HS but if you make that your entire personality you deserve to be made fun of cuz you look like a clown
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    • One time a kid at my school accidentally put his hot pocket in the microwave for 20 mins instead of 2 and almost burned down the school
      itsb8 12 jun
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    • What do you mean fire drill? I only know of school shooter drills
      Vintasi 11 jun
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    • Tbh they need different noises for drills and real alarms
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    • If you cant figure it out its natural selection
      glumzy 11 jun
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    • Someone should read the American school system “The Boy that Cried Wolf.”
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    • "Someone threw a grenade at us, didn't they?" "Yeah." "You think we should have figured that out by now." "...yeah."
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    • This is what drills do
      Subject27 10 jun
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    • My science teacher held my class Inside during a fire alarm because he thought it was a drill.. it was not a drill, the cafeteria had both a grease fire, which spread to the walls, and a gas leak (I don’t know if the gas caught on fire)
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