Hello funnyjunkl The other day I
posted a comment saying "I
wouldn' t bring my us to school
and play Pokemon because no one
else in my school does." Well
here is an epic story...
So I am chilling in the back of class zoning out. The Teacher is
talking about the Industrial Revolution, so whatever. I was looking
around when I hear something fall on the ground and every Turns and
looks. Some kid in my class dropped his Pokewalker...
Blah Blah I
The teacher, puzzled, asks what the str' ange thing was on the ground.
Scared the student explained it was his Pokewalker. The Teacher
threw their head back and laughed saying, "YOU STILL PLAY
POKEMON!?" All the girls and some of the guys chuckled and pointed
at the student. Being pr' Etty good friends with the kid I figured he
wouldn' t play Pokemon since he is one of the popular kids. Being
about as popular as him I was worried about revealing I played
Pokemon too. The student (a grown kid) was getting really
embarassed, but that is when i stepped in. Silently I stood up,
reached into my pocket, and pulled out my Pokewalker. Without saying
a word a held it in the air. caught only a few people' s attention
but most continued to laugh.
N I *snicker*
I wasn' t about to let this kid get overwhelmed by their laughter. A
few other, boy' s looked over at me. Now, I figured since I' m of
decent age that I would be the only one playing Pokemon at my
school. But another one of my friends sees me standing there, and
reaches into his pocket. Soon, another kid joins in. Two more after
him. Now I have probably 26 kids in my class. Well after I minute,
10 boys were standing including me with their heads bowed and their
Pokewalkers in the air. My friend sat there with his jaw dropped.
There was no more laughter. Only silence. The bell rang, and we all
left class silently with are Pokewalkers still in the air. We then
returned them to our pocket. My MOST EPIC DAY EVER!!!
A True story that occured on the
school day of April 6, 2010.