This morning I had the rare treat of taking my little girl to school. We had to get there early so she could have a run around the playground etc etc. I was standing there just watching the kids playing and arguing as they do. Then the teachers came out and all of a sudden play was stopped and the kids just started acting like robots as they made their way to their lines. The rule is "you have to be in the line at 9". I stood there chuckling to myself as I could make out the comedians of each class. How the ones who linger waiting to line up but had to be at the back, you can see them giggling and making fun of what the teachers are wearing, pushing the kid in front so he leaves the line. You can see the smile on the teacher's face fading but she is trying to keep it together because the parents are watching but you just know that as soon as they are in the classroom it will change. Then there are the kids who have to be first in the line.... you can work out by spending ten mins in the playground who the good kids are and who the comedians are... personally I go for the comedians everytime. I would add that these kids are aged between 5 and 8!!!!! I remember my days at school, I was a kid who would try and make others laugh even if it meant that I would get into trouble for it. I also remember the worst thing a teacher could do was to tell you to "stop talking" or "stop laughing". It would then become a game to see if you could do it without being caught!!! Did you enjoy your days at school and can you remember anything you got up to that landed you in hot water with the teacher? Did the threat of "Your parents are going to hear about this" deter you?