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  • Submitted by squibkick on Jun 6, 10 at 10:43am

    Now it's on to the homeschool prom!

  • Submitted by anon33 on Jun 6, 10 at 10:48am

    ACT/SAT scores don't matter in the real world. What matters is being able to apply and disseminate your knowledge to others. What's going to happen when she goes to college and doesn't have 10am celery and carrot snack time with mommy?

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      Submitted by Beeeecccaa on Jun 10, 10 at 5:31pm

      So...you must feel great in your minimum wage paying job. =)

  • Submitted by Michguy on Jun 6, 10 at 10:19am

    Homeschoolers are socially inept creatures

  • Submitted by jbwarner86 on Jun 6, 10 at 10:15am

    Congratulations, graduate! You are now completely socially inept!

  • Submitted by maskedman on Jun 6, 10 at 12:11pm

    This is funny. I wonder if her cap and gown are just her mother's shower cap and her father's old beer- stained robe.

  • Submitted by YourWifesFantasy on Jun 6, 10 at 10:58am

    All I know is, homeschooled chicks, due to their lack of socialization, are much more open about the fact that they want sex just as much as dudes do. \n\nThat's one lesson I wish every girl would learn. "Sex is good, and you should have it as often as possible."

  • Submitted by prophetchuck on Jun 6, 10 at 11:13am

    I was homeschooled and I did twice as much work as most public schools, held down a job where I was working 38 hours a week and my parents were both working full time, so I taught myself the lesson plans via videos, books, and research projects. Generalizations are no ones friends.

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      Submitted by anon33 on Jun 6, 10 at 5:45pm

      And look at you now, you're a prophet!

  • Submitted by meganmegan on Jun 6, 10 at 12:23pm

    Half of my friends were homeschooled, and they're incredibly social. And most get real diplomas and have a graduation like everyone else. JUST went to one.

  • Submitted by bldrmn on Jun 6, 10 at 2:06pm

    See how funny it is when she hires you to clean her house after she finishes med school!

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    Submitted by guitar_boy on Jun 7, 10 at 11:17am

    Your all dumb. They are do far from socially inept... I went to public school and my best friend was home school. Not only was he the smartest fucking kid I know, but he used to have crazy parties and is now going to berkley for music. You know home schooled kids also hve co op groups where they go learn like twice a week at other locations with other kids??? Now yes, there are homeschool kids who are strange, but 99% of them are perfectly normal.

  • Submitted by caretaker22 on Jun 6, 10 at 10:35am

    Having hired with many "mainstream" school people, I am thinking socially inept but able to read and write might be better.

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    Submitted by alig on Jun 6, 10 at 5:31pm

    Cfreymarc, you were clearly a homeschooled kid and brainwashed by your parents. Unlike you, us non-homeschooled kids have met OTHER kids who came to our school from being homeschooled. Adults try to tell us we're all the same, we learn they are socially inept from EXPERIENCE. so STFU

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    Submitted by PlanetPiss on Jun 6, 10 at 12:04pm

    That's pretty boss.

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    Submitted by 1949 on Jun 6, 10 at 9:22pm

    That's awfully sweet. It's an acomplishment in her life.

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    Submitted by jaynastyy on Jun 6, 10 at 9:24pm

    I've been homeschooled my whole junior year and I don't have any less of a social life. If anything, I have more of one, considering I have more time to do what I want instead of sitting in classrooms for six hours a day, five days a week.

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    Submitted by amazingheather on Jun 7, 10 at 2:05am

    My name was spelled wrong on mine :( and my mom rented a cap and gown from the costume shop... Good times. I'm only sorry I have so many younger siblings

  • Submitted by Futbolisto on Jun 6, 10 at 10:42am

    Homeschool kids have a higher ACT/SAT score on average than public school kids. But that's worth less than knowing a bunch of shitty to be failures I guess.

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    Submitted by sethsowndressing on Jun 7, 10 at 2:08pm

    homeschooling was the greatest ever, I could start school at 8am and be done by noon. I slept a majority of my childhood and it was awesome... and college wasn't too hard to adapt to, I had enough of a social life during my highschool years of homeschooling to make it possible to enjoy my freshman year. Granted, there are some weird ass homeschool kids, but there's also some weird ass public schooled kids

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    Submitted by whitney0949 on Jun 6, 10 at 1:52pm

    wow...lame

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    Submitted by foofookachoo on Jun 7, 10 at 5:34pm

    I'm pretty sure colleges aren't looking at how well you can "disseminate your knowledge to others" in your application. They look at your SAT/ACT scores for a reason, even if they don't count once you graduate college.

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    Submitted by taydubb on Jun 6, 10 at 9:14pm

    this just made my day, thank you(:

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    Submitted by fothermucker on Jun 7, 10 at 12:31am

    i mean i was home-schooled my junior year of high school.. but that was just bacause i got expelled!

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    Submitted by sj112 on Jun 6, 10 at 3:41pm

    I sadly admit being homeschooled. But I was social inspite of it. I guess that's cuz I too used to make fun of homeschoolers!!

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    Submitted by princesspesa on Jun 8, 10 at 1:30pm

    Like the public school zoos we have in America are any better? I think homeschooled kids are an untouched intellectual resource- wish I hadn't been put through the public/private school mentAl meat grinder. At least she probably doesn't have all the neuroses and paranoia we develop with all this groupthink.

  • Submitted by cfreymarc on Jun 6, 10 at 1:51pm

    Stereotypes that homeschooled kids are socially inept come from teachers unions trying to keepbthier jobs. The reality is homeschooled kids perfom better in live since they directly address society instead of worrying about inane things like prom, varsity sports, peer acceptance and class rank.

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      Submitted by smc_17 on Jun 6, 10 at 8:17pm

      yet you don't know the difference between "live" and "life"\nbesides, the real world is a whole lot more like high school than your parents' living room

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        Submitted by cypherpunks on Jun 7, 10 at 1:47pm

        Nobody's perfect, but some people are above average. \n\nBy the way, did you read the comment to which you \nreplied?

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    Submitted by eeeelzzabeth on Jun 8, 10 at 1:42pm

    Hahaaa. Homeschooling, it's just a really good joke in general.

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    Submitted by coloresque on Aug 31, 10 at 10:38pm

    I find it quite amusing that high school and college kids stereotype homeschoolers as being sheltered and socially inept. To those who make these accusations: who’s your source? No doubt most of you either heard it from your teachers (the union, the formidable enemy of homeschooling) or from your peers (let’s make fun of people who are not like us). If you yourself have come across a homeschooler who is socially inept, then you’ve found an exception.

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    Submitted by josecalles on Aug 12, 10 at 8:32pm

    Hey I'm home schooled and you know what I hooked up with my teacher

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    Submitted by Shoveltime on Sep 10, 11 at 4:59pm

    Hahah. Let me guess. Diploma said (last name) academy right? Normally religious weirdos homeschool.

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    Submitted by coloresque on Aug 31, 10 at 10:40pm

    I am quite sure you’ll find their attitude toward homeschoolers is much more accepting and rational than yours.\n\nI graduated high school as a homeschooler, went to a real graduation ceremony with caps and gowns, and got my diploma. But, does it really matter if you have a piece of paper or a picture? No. Employers, adults, and colleges don’t care. So why do you?

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    Submitted by cynicista on Jun 7, 10 at 7:00pm

    Hahahaha

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    Submitted by DerKarismatisch on Jul 9, 13 at 9:41pm

    Maybe a lot of the societal backlash against homeschooling is due to the fact that so many well-publicized cases of sociopaths with delusions of grandeur and/or quasi-religious motivations, who mention that they were homeschooled. Also, many of the well-publicized stories about mothers with borderline personality disorder or paranoid schizophrenia will homeschool their kids, which probably isn't good for their emotional health.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 10 at 11:27am

    O m g lol!!! First.. But that's hilarious!!