We’re going on the assumption that these are items from the same student, and if you can figure out how the two sets work together, then you get a prize (prize to be determined later). Magnets aren’t really much of an issue, we hope, but a fold-out javelin is the kind of thing that is going to get confiscated each and every time.
Maybe the student was trying out for the track and field team, and he wanted to use his own special javelin. Oh, maybe he was going to bury the magnets in the ground to attract the javelin for a world record distance!
Well, Those Are the Rules
In the classic card game Uno, a switch card (or “reverse” card) will turn the flow of the game around to go back. They can also be used to take someone's attack and send it right back, to the hilarity of most of the game. Sadly, they don't work with the same kind of power outside the game, much to the dismay of the student in this story.
We hope that the teacher kept the card to use it against the student at a later date, because how funny would that be? Oh, you don't want to write an essay about “The Catcher in the Rye?” Too bad, now you do. Boom.
We Wanted to See if It Was Like “Star Wars”
No, they won't cause scorch marks on walls or shoot down spaceships, but powerful lasers can still do damage. If somebody gets hit in the eye by an idiot classmate, that person could get damaged vision. There are several other ways this could have gone poorly, as well.
So, we think that confiscating something this dangerous was the right track to take for the teachers. A laser that is powerful enough to be seen from the other end of the corridor could probably do some real damage.
PROBABLY got freaked out? PROBABLY?! If you saw a sandwich bag full of spiders, would you PROBABLY get freaked out? Or would you absolutely, one hundred percent, yes incredibly very much definitely get freaked out? We know which option we're leaning toward. Is there a more uncomfortable sentence than “sandwich bag full of spiders”? We say no.
How full is full? Full to the brim full? Sorta full? If you even open the bag a tiny bit you will be covered in spiders full? We have decided to let others do the tests to figure this one out.
It Only Gets Worse
Where was this school? The Australian outback in the nineteenth century? The untamed wilderness of New Mexico during the wild west? Oakland? This teacher had the poor fortune of having a young student pull a knife on him or her during the very first week of work. A casual teacher is like a substitute or relief teacher, which might explain why this student was so immediately aggressive.
Having your normal teacher be taken away and replaced with a random nobody is no fun for young students. If this is how five-year-olds act, imagine the teenagers of the place. They're probably running businesses. And not the good kinds.