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MostlySunny wibbles, "When I was 11 I got an A for my study of shark nets - mostly because I handed it in cut out in the shape of a shark."

Do people do projects that don't involve google-cut-paste any more? What fine tat have you glued together for teacher?

(, Thu 13 Aug 2009, 13:36)
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Design Tech and Food Tech
These two subjects are responsible for some of the biggest failures of my school career. To start with there was the gingerbread cake where I didn't read the recepie and used tablespoons as opposed to teaspoons of baking soda. It was so foul that even the dog wouldn't eat more than a bite. The only person who made it through more than a slice out of politeness was my sister.

DT we had a project that was supposed to demonstrate use of hydraulics. Basicaly using syrynges and tubing to power a small wooden crane. I spent so much time pissing around I only glued the damn thing together 5 mins before the big demonstration. Everyone elses cranes worked, to some extent. I pushed the plunger in on mine and the damn thing toppled over, falling to bits in slow motion, leaving me to pick up the gluey mess. Shortly after that however I learnt that holding a chisel to one of those sanding disk machine things makes a funny noise, and it was decided that I wasn't to be trusted with anything in DT beyond paper, card and scissors. Bastards
(, Sat 15 Aug 2009, 9:57, closed)

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