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The Things Girls Would Do....

In my personal book, female students are more dangerous than boys. In this Muslim country where religious correctness is always paramount, there are different unsaid rules in engaging both sexes. For female students, unrelated males are not supposed to touch them (willingly or not), no screaming abuses, no heavy punishment etc towards them. Female = fairer sex = weaker half.

I call this a GARGANTUAN hill of bull excrement. (Yes, I support equality in all).

Because of these 'privileges', many young females today are every bit the social trash of the society. Because of the 'no touching rule', many girls have stuff they are not supposed to bring to school. Stuff like handphones, make up, perfumes etc.

And some of you might scream at the barbarity of this. "Let the kids have their make up in school! Have you no heart?! My teachers let us wear perfume!" etc etc.
Here, every student must be in school uniform. The meaning of UNIFORM should be suffice to rule out any objection. Unmonitored creativity in clothing, smell and look paves a path to Chaos.

Anyway, we had a spot check this morning and a great pile of confisticated make up and cosmetics was produced from the girls. I had fun crunching a huge amount of mascaras, cheap perfumes, compact powder etc under my heavy construction boots of power.

Many girls hid forbidden items anywhere they can think of. Some tried to bury / throw stuff on the school field where they were held before check up. Some put items inside their underwear and bras (despicable!) A few passed their things to girl prefects for safe keeping. UNFORTUNATELY. The items found on / in the field were vehemently stamped on by yours truly, and the pieces went into the dustbin. The items in underwears and bras were all found by female teachers who has EVERY RIGHT to touch girls in this special occassion. And one female prefect was caught handling her friend's mobile phone, she will be demoted soon.

Anyway, let me show you the piece de resistance....  Mobile phones on rice! A couple of girls decided to put their gadgets inside their packed breakfast. The rice was still very hot, I wonder if the phones still work after that. But this ingenuity was lost because my prefects were very thorough in going through people stuff :)
 Oh, by the way, the girl with the braces is a prefect. She just posed for the picture for me.

10 comments:

TechnoBabe said...

Very different there that's for sure. Teachers are not allowed to touch students here. It wasn't that way when I was growing up though. I bet the two cell phones did not work anymore after being in a moist hot environment like that. But if you have rules in school the students need to follow those rules.

Casey Freeland said...

So, I was told that if you drop a phone in water, putting it in dry rice may save it. I don't know about hot, wet rice though.

Casey

Tenchi said...

wow...teacher cum detective also...shd keep a dog to sniff out all the hidden things...opps...u cant keep doggie too...

well done, good job for ur prefect teams n u ... I am sure u having great time crunching all those things u loot...and smiling seeing those gals eye while they see u crunching their belongings

Aizan Suhaira said...

You're just jealous because us girls are more creative when it comes to saving our own arses. Mwahahahahahahaha...

Shadowthorne @ Ramzu Zahini said...

TechnoBabe; Although the rules might seem barbaric to outsiders, I think they work to keep everything in check. Actually, I turned the keypads towards the hot rice as soon I've seen them. Evil. :v

Shadowthorne @ Ramzu Zahini said...

Casey Freeland; Rice absorb moisture, yes. But I think the cellphones are ruined. :v

Shadowthorne @ Ramzu Zahini said...

Tenchi; You know me very well :P

Shadowthorne @ Ramzu Zahini said...

Aizan; Jealous? No lah. Just menyimpan dendam yang amat mendalam kat sesetengah budak2 perempuan yang jahil dan bakhil dalam semua benda. Banyak juga budak perempuan yg ok in my book.

Eveline said...

In high school I was a whole lotta juvenile and idealistic.
But I'm ready to admit that I can see some of the wisdom in what you guys are trying to do.
Of course my time was before the Janet Jackson Effect - the point at which nearly everything questionably edgy became taboo. hehe

Shadowthorne @ Ramzu Zahini said...

Eveline; It is us, against the Dark Tide of Chaos, mwa ha ha ha ha!

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