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#1 - buffalosauce (04/06/2014) [-]
**buffalosauce rolled image** Mfw somebody goes on a violent spree
**buffalosauce rolled image** Mfw somebody goes on a violent spree
#11 to #1 - mrswagly (04/07/2014) [-]
That's a good roll
#5 - nuaden (04/06/2014) [-]
I stayed on the good side of the nut case in high school. He was a weird case, smart as hell, but had the speech, and comprehension About most things outside of the computer classes  of a fifth grader.   
   
What do I mean? We had two programming classes, and in both of them he was the smartest, highest grade in the class. Always first to finish the work, once finished he had like 20-30 not even joking internet tabs open. Looking at various guides I guess at on making a custom character for a game like M.U.G.E.N. or something. The teacher never questioned him until he started doing that before he had finished his work.   
   
Anyways outside of those classes by the way he spoke you could tell that he had a speech problem. His voice never stayed the same tone more than a few seconds but he didn't yell unless provoked , it's hard to explain. But whenever someone asked him a question he would shake his head as if he were disoriented.   
   
The one thing other than picking his nose, and eating it that I remember about him though, is when people pushed him a bit too far he would always yell out he was going to shoot the people in the school. Anytime he did that the teacher would have cops at the room within minutes. She was scared, and hell I don't blame her either. Some guy who's got a few screws loose threatening to shoot up the school? I'd be scared too. Each day he had to go through the metal detector, and was wanded the hand-held stick for metal detecting.    
   
Tl;DR Some nut with quite a few screws loose threatens to shoot up school on multiple occasions, and nothing happens.   
 Gif unrelated. Love it, but not enough opportunities to use it.
I stayed on the good side of the nut case in high school. He was a weird case, smart as hell, but had the speech, and comprehension About most things outside of the computer classes of a fifth grader.

What do I mean? We had two programming classes, and in both of them he was the smartest, highest grade in the class. Always first to finish the work, once finished he had like 20-30 not even joking internet tabs open. Looking at various guides I guess at on making a custom character for a game like M.U.G.E.N. or something. The teacher never questioned him until he started doing that before he had finished his work.

Anyways outside of those classes by the way he spoke you could tell that he had a speech problem. His voice never stayed the same tone more than a few seconds but he didn't yell unless provoked , it's hard to explain. But whenever someone asked him a question he would shake his head as if he were disoriented.

The one thing other than picking his nose, and eating it that I remember about him though, is when people pushed him a bit too far he would always yell out he was going to shoot the people in the school. Anytime he did that the teacher would have cops at the room within minutes. She was scared, and hell I don't blame her either. Some guy who's got a few screws loose threatening to shoot up the school? I'd be scared too. Each day he had to go through the metal detector, and was wanded the hand-held stick for metal detecting.

Tl;DR Some nut with quite a few screws loose threatens to shoot up school on multiple occasions, and nothing happens.
Gif unrelated. Love it, but not enough opportunities to use it.
User avatar #6 to #5 - Anonomousthirteen (04/06/2014) [-]
I find friendships with those kinds of people the "coupla screws missing" type to be generally more rewarding than with others. I guess it's the quirks I find most interesting. But, if I look hard enough, everyone has interesting quirks to play around with.
#4 - frky (04/06/2014) [-]
There was a girl at my high school who always seemed like a ticking time bomb. She was nice but irritating, with just a hint of crazy in her eyes. It was enough to never say a mean word to her just in case she decided to bring a gun to school one day.
There was a girl at my high school who always seemed like a ticking time bomb. She was nice but irritating, with just a hint of crazy in her eyes. It was enough to never say a mean word to her just in case she decided to bring a gun to school one day.
#3 - yuukoku (04/06/2014) [-]
I was reminded to be a generally amiable person last year when some insane kid aparently went off on Facebook about how he was going to kill all of us. The cops were waiting for him inside the entry area the next day and hauled him off. Never seen the mother ****** again.

If he had actually done it, I probably wouldn't be the first person he thought of when he started popping off rounds into a crowd of high schoolers, but I'd probably be on his long list. We all kind of hated him for acting the way he did. Really loud and always yelled about anything, you couldn't hold a conversation about anything that you didn't want screamed across the hall, always skipped around literally screaming about his gayness, came to our school with a home-made Obama T-shirt, ALWAYS provoked guys even when they were ignoring him and walking away, it doesn't sound as bad as it actually was when I write it down, but the number of times he had the **** beaten out of him and cried about it like he had no idea what he did was ******* aggravating

I had a class with the weirdo one year and he got one of the most level-headed teachers in the school to scream her brains. He was sent to the office bawling his eyes out. I was originally sorry for him, but after the fifth time it lost its touch.
User avatar #7 to #3 - Anonomousthirteen (04/06/2014) [-]
That's not the kind you need to watch out for. It's the quiet ************* who'll shoot you. He's just a poor, attention-starved little man-leech. The truly lonely, the quiet, those who don't know how to reach out- that is the dangerous type.
#10 to #7 - anon (04/07/2014) [-]
The way you describe it, it sounds almost like me and half the people who go to school with me. College is stranger than I've expected.
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