hell with fluorescent lighting
I have to go to school today!
by Karen Rispone May 19, 2008
Okay, firstly, I admit I hate school. The stupid rules/dress code, and I have been suspended several times, and I am failing. But to those who rant on and on about "waah, school sucks", and "*cry*, they made me do my homework and run a lot of laps" well boo the fuck hoo. If you want to succeed in life, you need school. An education is a necessity, like food, and water. And it's funny, because ironically enough, those people who ranted about school being "stupid" actually went to school and gained a brain, then they'd realize how retarded they once were acting.

I admit that school can be a bore, and the egotistical teachers that are drunk on power with their stupid rules may be complete hypocrits, but you need school, and school needs you.

You've got your life to think about, don't slack off in school and throw it all away, because when you're homeless and living on the street, I won't be the one to throw you a quarter.
Freddy the homeless bum slacked off in school, so he ended up on the street. When the successful businessman walked past Freddy, he remembered Freddy as being the "cool" kid who bothered the businessman in school for his taped up glasses and funny clothes. So the businessman kicked Freddy in the head as hard as he could and killed him.

Freddy - Got any spare change?
Businessman - No, but I have a $300 dollar shoe with your name on it!
*Smack*
by Jordan Clark March 06, 2005
A specific era in hiphop history. There have been many discussions about the difference between the "Old School" and the New School". One accepted view was put to words in alt.rap by Charles L. Isbell:
All of time can be divided pretty easily this way:
- Everything before "Run DMC" (Run DMC 1984)
- Everything before "It Takes A Nation of Millions To Hold Us Back" (Public Enemy 1988)

It gets harder after that, but maybe you'd have to label parallel movements with stuff like:

+ Everything before "Straight Outta Compton" (NWA 1988) and "Amerikkka's Most Wanted" (Ice Cube 1990) for the West Coast Gangsta Movement
+ Everything before "3 Feet High And Rising" (De La Soul 1989) and "Low End Theory" (A Tribe Called Quest 1991) for the Jazz/Bohemian Movement

Others seem to think we're about to enter the Everything before "93 'Til Infinity" (Souls of Mischief 1993) era for the Ascendency of Hieroglyphics, but I'll reserve judgement on that.

There are also several dark moments: MC Hammer ushered in the HipPop Era and Vanilla "No I really used to be rich; May I take your order?" Ice ushered in something unspeakable (Snow, if nothing else).

Hmmmmm, here's a way to pass the time: what are the key moments/movements and what albums/artists best represent them? How have they influenced the direction of rap? Making no value judgements, I'd have to say that the four most influential hiphop moments/movements are the ones I listed above and for obvious reasons.
Old School has some dope shit, Red Alert, Slick Rick, Whodini dope ass old school rappers
by AC January 31, 2004
School it is boring for kids and and a waste of time beside playtime but some kids going to school is a dream help them get to school find charity's that helps them get a better future and a better life be giving them the chance to go to school
I hate school

I love school it gives me a better chance in life

I hate working hard

I love working hard
by #@helpalifefove.donnetecharity December 28, 2013
Technically,the place for child education,but realistically,the place where kids are being blackmailed into admitting their sexual tendencies and whatnot,because the penalty is that otherwise,the teachers will secretly put them into the media,and the kids will know what is really happening when they read books about crime,listen to songs with deep lyrics,etc.
We are all secretly embarrassed to death when we look back on our school days..enough said.
by SomeoneNew June 17, 2012
The world 'school' can be used to describe an important place that includes (but is not limited to) learning and may contain lots of books, (not to be confused with a library) but you don't care what happens in/to it.
Example:
Matt: "Hey, Joe"
Joe: "Hey, Matt"
Matt: "Did you hear about the White House being painted black?"
Joe: "Nah, the White House is school to me."
by Loading_Name May 07, 2011
Take the most boring experience you've ever had then multiply it by,THEN bring a couple of freinds to suffer with you, THEN add the fcat that every time you screw up your parents give you hell. All the while school is giving you hell, ahhh, but wait what about the weekends you ask? Well add homework and projects TIMES 10, so those are now hell too, and if you don't do them then your every day hell is multiplied 100 fold in a continous cycle. Which results in the first about 17 years of your life EXCLUDING COLLEGE hell. In conclusion, School+You=Hell which is then put into the equation Hell+17 years=Childhood full of hell which is then simplified into SCHOOL=HELL
Student: Can you please explain?
Teacher: What do you want me to explain?
Student: Like all that stuff you just said
Teacher:......... Wha.. Sorry....Ummmm, QUIZ TIME!!
10 minutes later......
Teacher: Heres your test
Student: I failed
Teacher You should have studied
Student: But i didn't unders.....
Teacher: What, Huh, Can't hear you, Class dismissed

Now your home
Student: I failed

Parent: No more fun, now you study for the rest of the day
Student: But i didn't understand and the teacher wouldn't
Parent: Ohh Noooo! You must have a learning disability!!!
Student: I just need a bit of help with..
Parent: I'ma laways there for you and i'll always listen! :)
Student: :(
Parent: Now where is the guidance counselors number?
Student: XP

Funreal:

Preist: May your spirit rest in heaven
Parents: Why did he commit suicide! We should have gotten him professional help when he said he wanted to do somehing he would enjoy when he was older!
ps.school
by Paxist May 03, 2010

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