Do-Gooder Looking For Praise On Grad Night [Pic]

Submitted by: hole_rocks89 5 years ago in Misc

Or just some lonely high school kid with no plans on the biggest party night of the school year?
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Male 1,569
he`s gonna get laid for that... and as a bonus, he will remember it the next day
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Male 135
Obvious facerape is obvious!
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Male 553
I liked the random Austin Powers comment haha.
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Male 766
Ha! Grad `77. The Valedictorian announced his engagement to the Prom Queen and chugged a 26er of whiskey. He promptly passed out and fell into the bonfire. He wasn`t there more than ten minutes . . . we know how to party in British Columbia!
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Male 3,369
niceguy191: "Maybe it`s a Canadian thing, but our grad party was a school organized event. Anyone over 18 could attend (since the drinking age is 18 in Alberta) and any alcohol needed to be submitted ahead of time in a cooler. We were all bussed out to a previously undisclosed location (so nobody could crash the party) where we had a large shop converted into a dance floor with a DJ. A bar was set up where you could get the booze from your cooler through parent volunteers. Port-a-potties and a bonfire and everything, it was a great time and everyone got bussed home (buses where every hour or so I think) so there was no risk of drunk driving."

damn hippy, Socialist heath-care nanny state liberal Canadians!!
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Female 1,589
On my grad night the limo dropped me and 4 of my closest friends off at my friend`s house, where we crashed for the night, then got up early the next day and drove to the beach (about 2 hours away) and celebrated there.
A bunch of other people (the popular kids) went to a huge after party, where it got shut down after 30 minuted by the cops.
Some of my other friends organized one at a hotel, where it was filled with drama over a break up, cheating, and throwing up in the hall.
So yeah, I think my sober after party kicked ass.
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Female 313
A kid offers to drive other drunk kids home, so he must have not been invited to parties. There are high school kids that don`t drink at all, you know. But you people can`t have fun without drinking, I guess.
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Male 1,745
I`m a pretty cynical person... do others think he`s going working the `really nice guy` angle?
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Male 169
Maybe it`s a Canadian thing, but our grad party was a school organized event. Anyone over 18 could attend (since the drinking age is 18 in Alberta) and any alcohol needed to be submitted ahead of time in a cooler. We were all bussed out to a previously undisclosed location (so nobody could crash the party) where we had a large shop converted into a dance floor with a DJ. A bar was set up where you could get the booze from your cooler through parent volunteers. Port-a-potties and a bonfire and everything, it was a great time and everyone got bussed home (buses where every hour or so I think) so there was no risk of drunk driving.
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Male 1,735
Yep, Mr.No Date is looking for a little after party love, giggity.
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Male 833
@TKD Master
if its a teacher maybes hes an evil genius and hes gonna taxi them straight to the police station
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Female 3,696
We had someone like this at my grad skip out day. We all went camping up by kline lake, and Spender deemed himself designated sober smart guy. He just watched out for us to make sure nothing pooty happened. I remember him fishing James Sundquist out of the lake....twice .___. Awesome guy, I don`t care about his motives.
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Male 4,793
I think it`s a teacher. Sadly, it looks like a few of those kids are going to abuse the offering he has laid out and use him as a taxi service.
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Male 2,034
It bothers me how everyone assumes people always have an ulterior motive. What if he`s just trying to be a good guy?
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Male 1,586
@OldOllie I was the same guy. It also helped that I had the most reliable car of all of my friends.
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Male 15,832
I was always the designated driver -- not because I stayed sober, but because I can drive better when I`m hammered than most people can drive when they`re straight.
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Female 8,045
Good for him- no matter what the motivation he is doing something decent.
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Male 638
I don`t think it is a kid, just by the fact he said, "I am not saying it is ok to drink"
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Male 3,207
What an ingenious mugger- Drive your quarry TO you!
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Male 1,540
Face it, he`s going to be the life-saver of many drunk teenage girls... Some of which will be going home with drunk friends instead of prom dates. He may not be charging for gas but I`m sure he`ll pressure a few in to giving tips- Or should I say recieving his tip.
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Male 1,754
Maybe this is a clever way to get laid by a bunch of drunk chicks.
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Male 1,754
I mean I`ve called friends to pick me up in the past because I knew I was over the limit, but damn...this kid is ridiculously generous with his time.
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Male 5,314
dumb kids. he has a good idea, but, dumb kids.
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Male 701
guess he didn`t get an invite anywhere...
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Male 12
I had a teacher of mine in high school say pretty much the same thing on the day before spring break.

She was really cool, but we were the only class of the day that she liked. The class she taught before us in seventh period had her in tears quite often.
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Female 353
Link: Do-Gooder Looking For Praise On Grad Night [Pic] [Rate Link] - Or just some lonely high school kid with no plans on the biggest party night of the school year?
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