22 September 2014

By Lauren E. White


It’s that time of week again except, this time; we’re discussing the catastrophic, controversial and dreaded uniform.

Whether you like it or not, majority of schools across the UK have all their students pour themselves into a ‘smart’ and ‘dashing’ outfit five days a week. But it seems that some students can’t seem to comprehend that uniform is compulsory – everyone is in the same boat as you. You are no different to anyone else.

Sir really couldn’t care less if having your top button done up makes you ‘uncomfortable’, or that you can’t roll up the waistband of your skirt – it is meant to be that length for a reason. What really annoys me the most is when those chav-tastic pupils at the back of the classroom with half of their bottoms hanging out of their skirt start voicing their unnecessary complaints about uniform in the middle of my teacher telling me about religion and morality. Maybe if you silenced your mouth painted in foundation you’d find yourself learning something and it might just take your mind off of the uniform if you’re not too vain, that is.

To be honest, I doubt it matters what school you go to as there will always be those people moaning about the uniform. So, I ask this in all seriousness with regards to my sanity: is it just me or am I the only one who wants to lock their mouths up and throw away the key?

I do hop not!


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