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Mullzer  (Level: 11.9 - Posts: 135)
Thu, 13th Mar '08 7:19 AM


Which is/was your favourite subject at school

Salzypat  (Level: 154.3 - Posts: 5295)
Thu, 13th Mar '08 8:02 AM


Ladyvol  (Level: 202.8 - Posts: 5433)
Thu, 13th Mar '08 8:26 AM

Mine was History...crammed 6 years of history in 4 when I was in high school...I also loved the music department when I was in school...

Eesusbejesus  (Level: 75.0 - Posts: 3645)
Thu, 13th Mar '08 8:49 AM

I really enjoyed my typing class. The instructor was the young hot baseball coach and the class was filled with baseball players.

I also enjoyed speech & drama. I used to compete in both. I think everyone could benefit from a public speaking class.

Erin0620  (Level: 77.2 - Posts: 737)
Thu, 13th Mar '08 8:54 AM

Humanities and Trig

Donden  (Level: 112.5 - Posts: 2127)
Thu, 13th Mar '08 9:00 AM

American literature-The only subject that I put any effort into because it was taught by the best teacher in the universe,,,,James (Doc) Cretcher, Adrian High School. R.I.P.

Lisap369  (Level: 61.1 - Posts: 992)
Thu, 13th Mar '08 9:10 AM

English - due mostly to the extremely mean V.P. of my JHS who also taught English. He was a very passionate and inspiring teacher.

Kaelin  (Level: 49.2 - Posts: 1685)
Thu, 13th Mar '08 9:11 AM


lit: Mrs. Carolyn Wartes, one of my favorite teachers - we began the first Literary Society at my school my senior year. We used to take field trips to the mall and sit at the top of the food court and "watch" people (not stalk), then write stories about them based on the way the acted - was quite enjoyable and entertaining. I still love to watch people - came in handy during my bartending days

science: Dang if I can remember her name at the moment (started with an F but 30 years is weighing on my stored data), but she was a beautiful woman, and a great example that a woman can be beautiful AND smart making her another of my favorite teachers and another club I was involved in (reading geek here?)...except when we disected the cow eyeballs - although the insides surprised me by being iridescent and quite pretty.

history: Coach Tony (Anthony) Fracchia - again, one of my favorite teachers and the first the engaged me in political debate - also - he was our hot Italian tennis coach

typing: great class for a piano player - took both years offered and proudly acheive about 120 wpm to this day...shorthand class sucked first job, my boss just dicated and I typed - much more efficient

Ricksdusa  (Level: 22.6 - Posts: 69)
Thu, 13th Mar '08 10:05 AM

wagging it

Slicko  (Level: 223.9 - Posts: 1609)
Thu, 13th Mar '08 10:43 AM

Had 2 incredible calculus teachers in 11th and 12th grade. Thought calc was like doing complicated puzzles and the tests were just bigger puzzles with a time limits. Never use it anymore and probably couldn't tell differentials from integrals but it was fun way back when.

Mitchy  (Level: 129.4 - Posts: 964)
Thu, 13th Mar '08 11:00 AM

You already know........
Don't you?......

"MUSIC" (band) "Cornet" (trumpet)

"Athletics" (track) (b.ball) & (Softball)

Alvandy  (Level: 225.5 - Posts: 7525)
Thu, 13th Mar '08 12:19 PM

history [both in high school and college]

however, I did take two easy electives in college also- bowling and tumbling - [but i can't somersault anymore].

Chyenn  (Level: 200.8 - Posts: 1332)
Thu, 13th Mar '08 1:56 PM

English, Psychology and Biology

Leeze83  (Level: 35.2 - Posts: 70)
Thu, 13th Mar '08 4:25 PM

my favourite subject was geography - which was like a combination of tourism, geology, volcanism, ecology, and outdoor education (hiking and the like). we had two big field trips - one to tongariro national park to do the tongariro crossing, one of the best one day hikes in the world; and the other for a tourism trip to Rotorua to go bungy jumping, luging, to an agriculture show, and a maori culture show.

i was also very fond of Sport and Recreation, which involved 10-pin bowling, swimming, golf, lawn bowls, go-kart racing, mini-golf etc.

Also outdoor education, where you do hiking, kayaking, snow-caving, absailing, high ropes course, rock climbing... fun!

Aquamar  (Level: 176.8 - Posts: 904)
Thu, 13th Mar '08 6:32 PM

Science, history, music and boys. Not necessarily in that order.

Jank0614  (Level: 67.1 - Posts: 4597)
Thu, 13th Mar '08 6:35 PM

Choir, orchestra, writing, trig, typing. Choir kept my wrist skin intact.

Kaelin  (Level: 49.2 - Posts: 1685)
Thu, 13th Mar '08 6:47 PM

Every time I see trig I flashback to that day I was stuck in the well....oh wait, that wasn't me, that was little Jessica...trig just FELT like it

Bigbird  (Level: 236.1 - Posts: 3300)
Thu, 13th Mar '08 7:39 PM

Science. Period. and getting out of class to be a monitor.

Mplaw51  (Level: 176.9 - Posts: 1582)
Thu, 13th Mar '08 7:44 PM

Math and english, loved numbers, loved to read and write, still do

Berylm  (Level: 153.9 - Posts: 478)
Thu, 13th Mar '08 7:46 PM

In order ...

Music (I play anyway, cornet (short fat version of a trumpet)
English (because I've always been a bookworm so it was easy)
Biology (because I was good at it ... at least until I tried to do it to A-level!)

Redwingchick  (Level: 91.1 - Posts: 420)
Thu, 13th Mar '08 7:48 PM

Creative Writing and English

Papermanbill  (Level: 41.3 - Posts: 1313)
Fri, 14th Mar '08 5:07 AM

Naval tactics and Navigation. What a blast, taking a subject that actually was your job and you enjoyed. Classes were from 7:45 AM to 4:30 PM with 45 minute lunch. Then go to supper then classes were from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM. After that, go home and do homework half the night. Loved every minute of it. This went on for three months.

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