Back in my country(Greece) it's the same as in the US, I guess the kids in your school really like it
Senor Chang said:guess in mexico its a sad day, cus its safer in the schools.
Lulz, but on a serious note, I noticed that people in Mexico like school. Some aren't allowed to go outside after school because of all the hoes and drunks. Seems like they have fun in school, idunno. My aunt is a secretary at a secondary school in Mexico, she forgot something at home an they made me take whatever she forgot to school. Chilled there for a while cus she's a goon.Senor Chang said:guess in mexico its a sad day, cus its safer in the schools.
Serious question: was this whole comment an ironic joke, or were you being serious?HeeezY(yar) said:Other countries value the opportunity of getting education where as in America youths take it for granted/not that great of an educational system from hs and below.
Swhy upcoming generations some dummies. Too lazy to learn so they settle for da propuhganduh
I said it could be a possibility. (hence the probably).Axyend said:Serious question: was this whole comment an ironic joke, or were you being serious?
No man, I got what you were saying, just the grammar was quite terrible, so I figured you could be doing that on purpose, as a joke.HeeezY(yar) said:I said it could be a possibility. (hence the probably).
I mean, some people in some countries don't get a chance at education as much so it could be a possibility that they enjoy school more when they do attend it as compared to those in the US who find it more of a drag.
Not saying that's set in stone truth but for some it might be. Why? What flaw did you find in what I said?