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« on: November 03, 2010, 09:16:46 PM »
03-11-10 13:21:16    MFS: *CFSRES INC034 03/11/10 13:20,RESPOND Hazmat Reduced,PASADENA HIGH SCHOOL DAWS RD,PASADENA MAP 141 P 9 TG182,EXPLOSIVE DEVICE HAS DAMAGED LOCKER,SCHOOL HAS BEEN EVACUATED,STM409 - MFS St Marys 409


Erm, someone get a bit carried away in chemistry???
Hmmm, a large unused document that is extremely important, but knowone knows what is in it or what it does.

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« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2010, 05:12:27 PM »
year 12 muck up day! 

Gone are the good old days of dusting your teachers with flour and hosing them off with warm water.....

having said that...the big smilie face with roundup on the oval is still my favourite.....

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« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2010, 09:34:08 AM »
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Lets hope this one does not get away.....

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« Reply #3 on: November 05, 2010, 11:10:24 AM »
Lets hope this one does not get away.....

The scratches on my car say otherwise  :-D

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« Reply #4 on: November 05, 2010, 01:11:09 PM »
year 12 muck up day! 

Gone are the good old days of dusting your teachers with flour and hosing them off with warm water.....

having said that...the big smilie face with roundup on the oval is still my favourite.....

I remember throwing water bombs off the top balcony on my final day as a year 12 student  :lol: but then again that couldnt top my last day of primary school when i stuffed toilet paper in the exhaust pipe of one of the teachers cars
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« Reply #5 on: November 06, 2010, 09:46:52 AM »
year 12 muck up day! 

Gone are the good old days of dusting your teachers with flour and hosing them off with warm water.....

having said that...the big smilie face with roundup on the oval is still my favourite.....

I remember throwing water bombs off the top balcony on my final day as a year 12 student  :lol: but then again that couldnt top my last day of primary school when i stuffed toilet paper in the exhaust pipe of one of the teachers cars


Or writing stuff on the roof of the only 2 storey building in the school so no-one see's it until the next aerial photo!!
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« Reply #6 on: November 06, 2010, 05:56:50 PM »
We were told not to perform any pranks whatsoever and that we weren't allowed to have a muck up day. If we did we wouldnt be allowed to sit our final exams. Despite the fact it was already planned, what do you get when you tell 100 or so year 12 boys this?

My group had a coordinated attack on St Peters Girls. Someone had found a hole in their fence which was accessed by traversing through some bushland. We had about 4 drivers (I was one) who drove the attack team there and hung around for the escape. The guys ran in wearing things like Bush/Blair masks and fake mullets speedos etc with water bombs. They might have slapped some of the girls bums :P Problem was the school had hired security especially for the day (Seymour did this too) complete with dogs! (Overkill I know!) the guys were chased out and got back to the cars. The school/security had called Police for some reason. A police drove right past me as I was driving away from the school, but no one suspects a white BA Falcon wagon :P

All in all very fun and harmless. No one got left behind.
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« Reply #7 on: November 07, 2010, 08:05:37 AM »
Prank day became a disaster at my son's school (southern Adelaide rural urban fringe, not Seaford).

Some year 12 boys locked a year 8 in the gas tank fenced enclosure. They were holding cigarette lighters in front of the kid.

The year 12's involved are now suspended from the school, thus they cannot sit the year 12 exams = fail & repeat the year.

The Police have been called and are rumored to be considering 'false imprisonment' and 'endangering life' charges.

My son and friends who are in year 11, has definitely got the message that 'Prank Day' is not worth it next year.
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lives at Pt Noarlunga South.

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« Reply #8 on: November 07, 2010, 01:44:03 PM »
Some year's ago a CFA brigade which I was a member had the local catholic girls rock up at around 6am and broke into the station and where trying to remove our TYPE ONE pumper and pull it up the hill.. They did not know that in those days one staff member was asleep and soon woke up to the sounds of girls trying to work out how to drive it...Hence to say that the young officer got dressed and drove it up the hill with the girls pulling on a rope as if to make out they stole it....

Since then the station as undergone some security changes and the staff have long gone.....

 

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