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  • #1228844

    Peerimsameach
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    feif un-very funny!! but their might be a shilah of kashrus with that. what if their was a product that wasnt koisher in the capsules…and u put it in ur mouth! u could have swallowed some… lol we happen to be a bunch of crazy crzyy guys but wen it comes to Toirah(sometimes its hard)but we try to be strict.

    #1228845

    boredstiff
    Participant

    peerimsameach- the story with the cow- hysterical!! i would love to see that video!

    #1228846

    d a
    Member

    Peerimsameach, is your name Louis Sachar

    (Mods, please don’t delete this post, it is a joke)

    Yes Paul, as long as you don’t pull Leslie’s pigtails – Mrs. Jewls

    #1228847

    I don’t get the joke? Louis Sachar wrote “Holes”, rite?

    He also wrote the Wayside School books

    #1228848

    He also was the inventor of the first artificial sweetener.

    #1228849

    Peerimsameach
    Participant

    D a- shycheis??wat r u saying? We just asked almost our whole school if they know louis shachar (we even asked rebeim)and no one knows who that is

    #1228850

    d a
    Member

    I just took a Wayside School quiz, and got 11 out of twelve right!

    See how many you can get right (I got #11 wrong):

    Wayside School Trivia Game

    1. Louis is ____________.

    A) the gym teacher

    B) the yard teacher

    C) the cafeteria chef

    D) the science teacher

    2. What floor does not exist in Wayside School?

    A) 16

    B) 17

    C) 18

    D) 19

    3. Mrs. Gorf has _______________.

    A) a forked tongue and pointed ears

    B) a crooked tooth and pug nose

    C) a long tongue and pointed ears

    D) a long tongue and bog jowls

    4. When the kids run up the stairs at Wayside School, it felt like __________.

    A) an earthquake

    B) a large bomb was going off

    C) an army was marching in

    D) the building was moving sideways

    5. What is the word that Mrs. Jewls always writes on the blackboard?

    A) SILENCE

    B) DISCIPLINE

    C) SPELLING HOMEWORK

    D) TODAY’S ASSIGNMENTS

    6. Mrs. Gorf turned children into _____________.

    A) pumpkins

    B) candy

    C) apples

    D) angels

    7. Maurecia liked _______________.

    A) cookies

    B) candy

    C) apples

    D) ice cream

    8. What teacher does not teach at Wayside School?

    A) Miss Zimmer

    B) Miss Pratchett

    C) Miss Zarves

    D) Miss Cornwalls

    9. Mrs. Jewls taught her class how to _________.

    A) knit

    B) play Parcheesi

    C) dust the floor

    D) chase mice

    10. Paul likes to pull _____________.

    A) the fire alarm

    B) jokes on his friends

    C) Leslie’s pigtails

    D) a wagon to school

    11. The class did a math lesson with ____________.

    A) pickup sticks

    B) an abacus

    C) what they found in Jason’s backpack

    D) Dana’s mosquito bites

    12. There are three Erics in the class. They are:

    A) Eric Fry, Eric Egg and Eric Bacon

    B) Eric Fry, Eric Bacon and Eric Ovens

    C) Eric Bacon, Eric Eggs and Eric Muffin

    D) Eric Cheese, Eric Egg and Eric Bacon

    #1228851

    Mommy613
    Member

    Boys,

    Often you may see “shtik” in yeshiva as funny ‘now’, but you very well may regret it in the long run.

    I recently listened to a shuir from a certain Rebbe (who will remain anonymous) about a mischeivous classmate he had who pulled out a chair from under his ‘expecting’ English teacher. She fell to the floor and as a result, lost the child. The young man was devestated and took to starving himself. Tragecally, although the teacher forgave the boy, he died within the year from malnutrition.

    As you can see from this story, pranks are not so poshut…

    (Please reply to the question in the “iPad… Kosher?” feed)

    #1228852

    smartcookie
    Member

    MOMMY613- how right you are.

    As kids we sometimes don’t mean bad but the teacher’s feelings can really get hurt.

    In MANY cases some teachers didn’t forgive the students and they suffered years later, as adults until the class would beg the teachers forgiveness. There are countless stories of the sort.

    Students- I know you ONLY mean to have fun. I was a student too, not so long ago.

    But PLEASE be careful with others feelings when doing those hilarious pranks.

    You don’t want to regret it years later chas vsholom.

    #1228853

    Peerimsameach
    Participant

    mommy 613- happens to be that we can tell you storys that are just as horrible. We chaoup the tragic things that could C”V happen if we go overboard, but BH as crazy,a nd not so nice taht our shtik sounds like its done in a very tactful way. We really are ehrilicheh boys and dont mean any harm.

    “lakol Zman vaeith” theres a time for everything…its a big talent to know when you could do shtik ( and it wont be bothersome) .. to who you could do shtik ( some rebbeim wouldnt appreciate it…and some LOVE it and think its so clever).

    B”h our chevra has masterd the art

    #1228854

    Peerimsameach
    Participant

    We hope whoever is reading this wont get the wrong idea. Bcz Bh were avery freilche group and we use it for good things. Weve gone to hospitals, and learning programs with older men.. and they love our “crazyness” and excitment. If we were boring we wouldnt be able to bring smiles to peoples faces. lol but we defenitly need to tone down on the harassing teacher thing…ur rite

    #1228856

    smartcookie
    Member

    Peerim- I’m just curious about you all sharing this same username. Do have internet in yeshiva? How do you all log in under this same name otherwise? 2 pple can’t log in at once.

    #1228857

    d a
    Member

    Peerimsameach: Instead of you guys thinking of new pranks/tricks/stunts/etc., why don’t you actually listen to your teachers and learn how to spell!!!

    Your spelling is awful.

    #1228858

    Peerimsameach
    Participant

    da- kish mein tuchas shmegege. and smartcookie- we dont ahve internet or computers at our yeshiva…but sumone has an ipad and in a certain place by our school we pick up wireless soo we all share the ipad and know the password so whenevr we feel like going on we do…and sometimes were all togethr so one person writes and everyone says what they want to be written

    #1228859

    smartcookie
    Member

    Hey peerim, watch ur language. You are supposed to be representing a yeshiva bochur.

    #1228860

    Dr. Pepper
    Participant

    Here’s another one I did as a teacher.

    There was one kid who couldn’t keep his mouth shut during tests (OK, maybe more than one- but one who was really loud) and I decided to use it against him.

    For one question on a trigonometry test I had a picture of a triangle and under the base it said “x = 27” but on his test I put in a different page that said “x = ?”. The question was to “solve for ‘x'”.

    Sure enough one guy raises his hand and says “Mr. Pepper, I think you made a mistake on number 7”. Looking down at my copy I said, “Whoops, I think I just gave everyone a freebie”. The class started chuckling except for this guy who said “there’s no way to do it”. Now the class was laughing. He just kept on going at how there was no solution.

    After the test, when he figured out what happened he told me I was going to regret it.

    Knowing him I probably did.

    #1228862

    d a
    Member

    Dr. Pepper, you did such a good one on that student, and you don’t remember what he did back?

    #1228863

    h2
    Member

    c’mon did noone else ever do the shtick of switching keyboards/mouses in computer or pulling out a power strip? Anyone else attached hands to feet with a clear string? Leave a note on the teachers deks saying you are all hiding somewhere and basically sending her on a huge treasure hunt to find you? Have you ever had the whole class write “I plead the 5th” for every answer on the test? Or anything else? I’m sure! so can you please share the halirious results and make everyone laugh a little!

    #1228864

    d a
    Member

    h2; with todays USB computers, it.won’t help to switch the keyboard and mouse wires!

    How about turning off the lights 100 times a day?

    This was the best one. Whenever we turned off the lights, our teacher would go and turn it back on. Well, one day, a bunch of boys stood around the teachers desk “discussing” things with him. Then someone turned off the light. The teacher tried to get up and turn on the light, but there were too many boys talking to him. Meanwhile, two boys unscrewed the light switch, removed the wires from the switch and then put the switch back. Finally, the teacher got to.the light switch and could not.understand why the light was not going on!!!

    By the way, is it Dr. Pepper or Mr. Pepper??

    #1228865

    boredstiff
    Participant

    For purim shtick, A class put a pop-corn popper in the ceiling (the pop up ones)and used an extension cord to plug it in, as soon as the teacher walked in they plugged it in, and suddenly popcorn started falling down from the ceiling!

    #1228866

    YW Moderator-42
    Moderator

    With today’s wireless mice it might actually be easier to pull the switched mouse trick.

    Then there is remote access via something like logmein which might work even better

    #1228867

    d a
    Member

    boredstiff, I assume they had a pop-up ceiling. So how did the popcorn come down, unless they didn’t put the ceiling tile back on…

    #1228868

    Dr. Pepper
    Participant

    d a-

    He was somewhat of a difficult student to control, so technically he can say anything he did afterwards was in response to the prank; but I don’t know if he never sat down and plotted revenge. (By the time he graduated he had settled down and was a very respected Bochur.)

    This story happened before I finished my PhD so at that time my students called me Mr. Pepper (amongst many other things…).

    #1228869

    Dr. Pepper
    Participant

    The following I did as a student.

    Our economics teacher reserved the VCR for our class that day but didn’t bother showing up (or letting the school know that he wasn’t coming in).

    So, we had the VCR in the room with no teacher or videos to watch and the school had snipped the antenna at the base so it couldn’t be used as a TV.

    Some guys tried to attach wire hangers and other stuff but nothing worked practically and we couldn’t get good reception.

    Then I had an idea. I got a washing machine timer from my locker, unwound all the copper wire from the motor, and strung the wire back and forth a couple of times from the screw hole for the antenna to a lightning rod right outside the window.

    We watched Tom and Jerry for the remainder of the class.

    #1228870

    Pepper- you’re a piece of work!

    #1228871

    d a
    Member

    I got a washing machine timer from my locker

    Why would you have a washing machine timer in your locker?

    And, I like your answer from above, my students called me Mr. Pepper (amongst many other things…)

    #1228872

    d a
    Member

    Wayside School Trivia Game Answers

    See which questions you answered correctly!

    1. Louis is ____________.

    B) the yard teacher

    2. What floor does not exist in Wayside School?

    D) 19

    3. Mrs. Gorf has _______________.

    C) a long tongue and pointed ears

    4. When the kids run up the stairs at Wayside School, it felt like __________.

    A) an earthquake

    5. What is the word that Mrs. Jewls always writes on the blackboard?

    B) DISCIPLINE

    6. Mrs. Gorf turned children into _____________.

    C) apples

    7. Maurecia liked _______________.

    D) ice cream

    8. What teacher does not teach at Wayside School?

    C) Miss Zarves

    9. Mrs. Jewls taught her class how to _________.

    A) knit

    10. Paul likes to pull _____________.

    C) Leslie’s pigtails

    11. The class did a math lesson with ____________.

    D) Dana’s mosquito bites

    12. There are three Erics in the class. They are:

    B) Eric Fry, Eric Bacon and Eric Ovens

    #1228873

    Mommy613
    Member

    I’m very sorry but I feel this thread could prove extremely detrimental in the long run. Boy’s, would you please stop now. Sorry to ‘interfere’.

    #1228874

    volvie
    Member

    An iPad for a 13 year old, would be far more detrimental I think.

    #1228875

    d a
    Member

    Mommy613, I don’t really see what you mean

    #1228876

    Mommy613
    Member

    Volvie, read that feed before you talk. Why is a 13-year-old, on an iPad with parental controls less safe than you on that machine you are using? This is really the wrong feed for this disscussion. I’ll meet you at the “iPad Kosher” feed…

    #1228877

    R.L.
    Member

    mommy 613

    Am I missing something-because I didn’t see where it says the ipad has parental controls? Also, even if it has parental controls – kids are usually a lot better with computers than their parents are, and many kids can get past different controls. the content adviser (internet explorer’s filter) for example, is worth nothing if your kid can install firefox.

    Please continue this iPad discussion in the appropriate thread at:

    iPad — Kosher?

    #1228878

    Peerimsameach
    Participant

    mommy 613-what are you doing on yeshiva world?shouldn’t u be talking care of ur kids? And why you asking Radom ppl for advice on things you would like to maybye get your kids?why don’t u ask people u know and trust rather asking random people on yeshiva world . On the other hand were not asking any advice on learning or things like that all were trying to do is bring smiles to peoples day and let people remenice about the good ol days in yeshiva

    #1228879

    Peerimsameach
    Participant

    and once ur on yeshiva world u can’t really comment on wat other ppl do on a good way.I’m sure u wouldn’t want ur kids to b on yeshiva world (then agn who knows?..ur on it)

    smartcookie-LOL people on yeshiva world speak yiddish?its a heimshe crowd?

    #1228880

    Dr. Pepper
    Participant

    d a-

    Who doesn’t keep a washing machine timer in their locker? LOL

    You asked for it- here’s the story.

    Our economics teacher wasn’t the sharpest tool in the shed. He also spoke in a monotone that went up and down with the same rhythmic period as the diesel engines on the Staten Island Ferry. (I used to be able to model it using the sine function but that’s for a different time.)

    One friend, I’ll call him Zevy, used to come down with serious indigestion just from hearing the guy lecture. During one particular boring class the teacher said that “counterfeiting money can ruin the economy”. Zevy raises his hand and asks “how can paper ruin the economy?” The teachers face went blank because he’s reading out of the textbook and it doesn’t explain it. So Zevy continues, “I counterfeit money but I’d hate to cause any damage to this wonderful country”.

    The teacher looks at him in disbelief and says, “yeah right, can you bring some in tomorrow?”

    That afternoon Zevy went to the bank and asked to withdraw a few thousand dollars in crisp hundred dollar bills from a student fund he helped manage. (He was even lucky enough to get some in sequence.)

    The next day before class he put the bills on his seat and sat down on them (you’ll see why later). During class the teacher remember and said, “So Zevy, did you bring any samples of that money you print up?” Zevy slid the money out and stood up, “Oh, I almost forgot to show you, here’s some that I just printed before class, it’s still warm from the press”. Zevy then began to show him how sophisticated his operation was as most counterfeiters use all the same serial number and his machine prints them in sequence. Also, to the best of his knowledge, he was the only one who was able to get the thread into the bill.

    The teacher was able to tell that they were fake (it just has that look) but admitted that they were the best fakes he ever saw!

    Fast forward a few weeks and the washing machine repair guy comes to fix the washing machine (it got stuck in the rinse cycle and flooded the place). The repair guy showed me how some detergent got into the timer and it couldn’t move to the next cycle. I asked him if I could keep the broken one to show my physics teacher and he let.

    The next time Zevy felt ready to sign the Declaration of Constipation before class even began we hatched a plan to get him excused without getting permission from the principal.

    Before class I called the teacher over and showed him the timer. “We had a really bad break down in the machine last night, look at all this ink that leaked into the timer, the machine couldn’t go to the next cycle and the bills have to much green ink on them and could never pass off as real. We have a contract to get lots of cash to one of our clients by midnight, so Zevy has to stand over the machine and make sure nothing goes wrong.”

    The teacher understood and promised not to tell anyone.

    The copper wire came from that timer.

    #1228881

    Peerimsameach
    Participant

    and mommy613-were not mean or anything so sorry if the above came out a shtikel mean

    #1228882

    Joe katz
    Member

    Dr. Pepper, you are just plain crazy, sorry to be so blunt. 🙂

    I am loving your story’s.

    Here is one of mine.

    This is one that a teacher, some of my friends, and I did on the grade below us.

    There was this big black gentleman who taught the grade below us and he made them work,

    in our yeshiva we Daven Mincha and then we have the secular study’s. On April First right before Mincha he told us to start a rumor that he had thrown a shtender in the principal’s office,resulting in him being fired. Throughout mincha the younger grade was buzzing. (it’s a good thing he wasn’t Jewish,due to the “loshon Hara”.) Either way when mincha was over the kids went to their class, and there sitting at the desk was a substitute. I still regret I didn’t have a camera to capture the smiles on their faces. About ten minutes into the period the real teacher burst into the room and screamed, “Happy April Fools Day.”

    It was awesome!

    A few kids were near crying others eyes were so wide I thought they would pop out, and one kid even said,”Does this mean your still our teacher.”

    Enjoy

    #1228883

    Peerimsameach
    Participant

    Dr.pepper – were rolling!!LOL thats mad funny yo

    #1228884

    Peerimsameach
    Participant

    LOL just me-one word hilarious

    #1228885

    smartcookie
    Member

    Peerim- so you thought ull write whatever you please, in Yiddish, and no one will understand? Sorry!

    From the way you spelled “peerim”, and not purim, I see you guys are from a chassidishe yeshiva. Satmar I suppose? Hmmm….

    #1228886

    the.nurse
    Member

    d a

    I only got #s 1,8,9,10 & 12 right. I was ROTF when I read the questions! I guess it’s been a while since I read Wayside School -I’ll have to check it out again!

    #1228887

    Dr. Pepper
    Participant

    This isn’t a prank, just some wording that could be taken two different ways. (Had he meant it the other way I would not be posting this.)

    The Yeshiva for some reason ended a few days later than most other yeshivos but they were understanding if guys needed to leave early to get a position at camp.

    One popular guy took off those last few days every year until 12th grade when the Rosh Hayeshiva told him that they needed someone charismatic to speak by the graduation so he couldn’t leave early. He was very disappointed since the camp told him that they would have to replace him if he couldn’t be there for the whole summer.

    So, the guy is speaking by the graduation. He gets up to the gratitude part of the speech where he thanks his parents, teachers… “And, last but not least, I owe a very special thanks to the Rosh Hayeshiva, who if not for him I wouldn’t be standing here right now…”

    #1228888

    d a
    Member

    What about the girl who the teacher told her to get out of the classroom.

    The student ignored the teacher and did not leave.

    The teacher, in frustration, said, “Which letter do you not understand? O – U – T

    The girl responded “U


    Dr. Pepper, why don’t you join us on the Number of Participants thread?

    #1228889

    R.L.
    Member

    In my brother’s school the boys hung up a Haman at the doorway to the school on Rosh Chodesh Adar. A guy passing by saw a guy hanging thru the window, and he called the police…..

    The boys decided that Haman still needed to live a bit longer. That day a kid (I’ll call him Shuey) was absent so they put Haman, with a sweatshirt over his head and his head on the desk in Shuey’s seat. The first few rabbeim and teachers didn’t bother him, but the last period teacher said “Shuey, get up” when Shuey didn’t do anything, he went over to the”kid” and picked up his head-the class burst out laughing.

    Meanwhile, another Rebbi and a kid (call him Moshe) were right outside the classroom, so the rebbi opened the door to the classroom and said “what’s so funny, Moshe?”, the teacher in the classroom said “no it’s Shuey”, so the Rebbi said “I know, he was sleeping the whole day”…..

    #1228890

    Dr. Pepper
    Participant

    d a- Either I hate numbers or I’m waiting until the count is up to my favorite number (4,294,967,297), I’ll let you decide.

    Here’s a story about numbers. I had to change a detail but the main point remains the same.

    Some one found out the combination to the safe that was in the main office and spread it around yeshiva. The yeshiva had to hire a locksmith (at a cost of a few hundred dollars) to change the combination.

    What cost $400 to change, was easily cracked using an innocent hint from the naive locksmith and high school mathematics.

    I didn’t share the code with anyone but a few months later, before I graduated, I had to let the Hanhalla know that someone knows the combo. (I just had to do it.)

    One of the secular teachers was giving us a final and going on vacation the next day. He told us that if we want our grades we should leave a number after our names and he’ll call the principal, read off the numbers and tell him the grade for each number.

    So the teacher calls and reads off the numbers-

    16854: 75

    13516: 82

    25548: 87

    36494: 62

    42-63-58-84: 98

    71516: 91

    #1228891

    smartcookie
    Member

    Dr pepper. Ur stories are cute. I’m really enjoying them!

    #1228892

    Peerimsameach
    Participant

    smart cookie-lol not bad. happens to be alot of us are satmar..but its not really a satmar yeshiva type of thing…

    and this story is for the oilam today is motehrs day so as a joke one of my friends gave a flower and a card ( peace of paper) that said happy yidishe mamme’s day..and he put it on the Rebbeis desk… lol it ended up in a huge discusiion of what mothers day is… our rebbei had no idiea!!(hes very chasish)

    #1228893

    Peerimsameach
    Participant

    whoever doesnt know what track 5 on michoel shnitzlers cd is go listen to it rite now…lol

    #1228894

    d a
    Member

    Peerimsameach, can you guys each give yourselves a number (like {Peerimsameach 24} or {Peerimsameach 75} etc. etc. so that everyone knows who’s posting (and you can each take a number on the “Participants” thread!”

    #1228895

    Peerimsameach
    Participant

    lol theres a tottal of 11 of us that actually go on…everyone else just reads wat we wrote anmd thy gve thr 2 sence here & there wat type of crown is on yeshiva world? da- r u yeshivish?

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