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Educational Priority

The following is supposedly a true story. To be included, besides being true, the story is most likely strange, weird, surprising, or funny.

January 12, 1993 Rhett Jacobs, Democratic candidate for the South Carolina House and a man who listed "education" as his top priority, submitted a required campaign disclosure form in October, handwritten, on which he detailed expenses for "filling fee," "campain work" and "litature."

Tampons In School

Q: What did the tampon say to the other tampon in school?

A: I'll see you next period.

Course At School

Did you hear about the new course you can take at school? Yes, intercourse... you go between periods and you are expected to come.

Student's Final Exam

A student is taking his final exams. He takes his seat in the exam hall, stares at the questions and then in a fit for inspiration takes his shoes off and throws them out of the window. He then removes his shirt, pants and socks.
The teacher, alarmed, approached him and asked what is going on? "I am only following the instructions -- the test paper states, answer the questions in brief.''

Light Bulb - Academics

Q: How many academics does it take to change a lightbulb?

A: None. That's what research students are for.