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Stands for Physical Education. Probably one of the worst classes you are forced to take in middle/high school. PE is ran by a bunch of military officials who yell at you if you aren't the most athletic. If you're in the 6th grade reading this, then just at least be sure that it ain't as bad as high school. My friends who go to the high school say that they are forced to play dodgeball with 12th graders throwing balls 2 times faster than the speed of Usain Bolt. Also the PE teachers force you to deal with some 300 pound football players who are fat and ugly whom seem to already lost their virginity with some cheerleaders. In fact when I was in middle school, the cheerleaders would call you "ugly" if you weren't on the football team, and they'd still call you ugly even if you were attractive. Overall, PE should not be a subject as it just gets weaker kids beaten up and makes making all A's almost impossible.
Student to other student: Man I hate PE, it's so stupid and so pointless
PE Teacher (Overhearing the conversation): WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT Y'ALL JUST SAYING THAT BECAUSE Y'ALL AIN'T GOT NONE OF THE CHEERLEADERS!!!!
Student: I was just saying to him my opinion, I don't need you in our conversation.
PE Teacher: I DON'T CARE, GET YOUR BUTT OVER ON THE FIELD BEFORE I TAKE 30 POINTS OFF YOUR GRADE!!!
by Mudkipz are da best September 10, 2018
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A subject that is forced upon students in schools that causes misery and pain to those who do not like sport and would prefer not to participate.
by Anonymous September 14, 2003
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AnΒ evily devised "education program" designed to make students feel horrible and hold bitter resentment for all physical activities in the future
Johnny dropped out of school when he was 16, because he just couldn't take the slow, sadistic torture known as P.E. for another two years
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An utterly useless subject intended by communist dictators like our government to improve the quality of life by exposing young children and adolescents to an hour a day of athletic torture. Games such as Dodgeball and Kickball are most common, though sometimes the occasional (pointless) game of Indian Soccer or Ultimate Frisbee can be seen. Most PE teachers are commonly seen wearing T-shirts and nylon shorts with Nikes and usually have hair cut short. When asked about sexual preference, they usually repond by assigning as many push-ups as is legal.
HYPOTHETICAL SITUATION
kid1: "Dude when we were playing 5-base kickball, Shawn asked Miss Peuce her sexual preference and she assigned him 800 push-ups!"
kid2: "Is that legal?"
by MandyM November 04, 2005
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The torture of innocent children. It is currently legal in most countries and is actually encouraged by the Government. Most 'schools' (Torture Chambers as defined by extra curricular activities, i.e. Netball, Football club) have 3 lessons of PE a week for the first 2 years; then it is reduced to 2 lessons a week for the last 3 years unless an extremely idiotic student options for it as a GCSE. If this does occur, the student has most probably been brainwashed by the bitch PE teachers. Often, the female teachers are lesbians and watch the children dress, this is an example when the torture leads to sexual exploitation of the students. The teachers very rarely accept sick notes and have you do PE anyway. Some teachers will refer to you by your hair colour, for instance 'That blondie over there', they expect you to answer them although there are another 10 students with blonde hair in your class, they do not however, refer to their favourites by their hair colour. The lessons are most commonly 50 minutes each and you have to complete regular sprints (a modern day version of torture), for those who do not complete it to the PE teachers 'standards', they will need to re-do it until they are satisfied (which is never - they are like scubbus', they feed of childrens pain and suffering). Hopefully, in a year or so, some pitying soul will end the childrens pain. PE is completely unecessary and leads to physcotic breakdowns as you get older (it leaves you mentally scarred).
PE Teacher: "Let me see your note."
Student: "Here it is..."
Note says: 'Dear teacher, my child is unable to participate in today's lesson because she unfortunatly fell down the stairs and broke her arm.'
PE Teacher: "No. You WILL do PE, I don't belive that *gestures to cast on the students arm* that is real. I think you are lying. GO AND DO 500 PUSHUPS YOU LIAR!"

It is not a 'subject' that will be used in life. A situation I am going to use as an example is 'you are at a supermarket, you drop your pasta out of the trolley, what do you do?', The answer is, you bend down and pick it up, (a five year old can do that; you do not need so called lessons for a full 13 years), NOT, you do a sumersalt, then 5 pushups, then 10 starjumps.
by PaintedHeartsx December 02, 2009
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