Intercepted Note

This week in class, I caught two 14-year-old girls exchanging a note. In an effort to feign some air of authority, I confiscated it, though I’ll admit I did so mainly because I was dying to remember what kind of messages I sent back then. And from the looks of it, they were ones of great importance.

Names have been changed for confidentiality, and because you would have struggled with the Basque ones anyway

Girl 1: Is Maya still your best friend or is Annie now? If you want to talk to me, then talk to me, then if not, forget about it.

Girl 2: My best friends are: Maya, Annie, and you, girl, I love you so much!!! And yours?

Girl 1: Annie, Melissa and you <3

Girl 2: Melissa? :'(

Girl 1: Yaaaaa I like her!! You don’t??

Girl 2: Noooooooo!!!

Girl 1: Why?

Girl 2: Just because!!

Girl 1: Ok. Are you nervous for your birthday?

Girl 2: Ya but they told me that the majority of the girls don’t want to come.

Girl 1: I don’t know if I’m going to go because I’m grounded.

Girl 2: SHITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

-end scene-

Thank God I intercepted it, so I’m as up-to-date as possible on my high-schoolers’ cliques and choice of besties.

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  • I excitedly intercepted a note once with my students, and it was…a note card for a presentation they were about to give.

    • Jenny

      Ha! That’s hilarious. The other day I got over-eager and tried to intercept another note and it was….a Kleenex a student was passing to a sick kid. Luckily unused.

  • hahaha

  • This is gold.