Mzansi Citizens Walk Down Memory Lane, Recalling the Dumbest High School Rules: No Cornrows and R50 for Lunch

Mzansi Citizens Walk Down Memory Lane, Recalling the Dumbest High School Rules: No Cornrows and R50 for Lunch

  • Many Mzansi citizens still do not understand some of the rules they were forced to follow in high school
  • A man started a thriving thread for people to share the crazy rules they were forced to follow in high school
  • From blazers in the blazing heat to not being allowed to fade your hair, people were living under strict rules back in the day

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As adults, we can now admit that some of the rules we had to follow at school were ridiculous. Some Mzansi peeps shared the crazy rules they were forced to follow in high school whilst having a good chuckle.

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High school was not for the faint-hearted back in the day, peeps had to abide by strict rules. Image: Getty Images
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As children, we are told to listen to rules and follow them blindly… that is, until we become adults and wonder why our parents put us through such nonsense.

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Twitter user @NkululekoXaba_ started a thread for people to share some of the whack rules they had to follow in high school. Some schools were next level!

“What was the dumbest rule at your high school?”

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The people of Mzansi share the rigid and ridiculous rules they were subjected to

Yoh, high school was a ride, neh?! People flocked to the comment section to share the stringency they had to face and still today have no answers for the nonsense rules.

Take a look at some of the crazy rules:

@ThandoGum said:

“In my school: No fades and no tapered pants. Found myself fighting that lady every Monday after a fresh cut.”

@willycactus_ said:

“You are not allowed to take off your blazer no matter how hot it is (kinda liked this one).”

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@Ntokii3 said:

“Girls could not wear pants no matter how cold it got. And every Monday and Thursday we had to wear a blazer no matter how hot it got.”

@NkululekoXaba_ said:

@NeoRapetsoa said:

Video of school kid dancing on corridors and balconies sets timelines on fire: “Times have changed”

In related news, Briefly News reported that if there’s one thing many Mzansi peeps love, it’s a good dance video. One local schoolkid set the timelines on fire with his out-of-this-world footwork.

A video was shared on Instagram by @freshmenmag recently and shows the young lad demonstrating some killer moves along the corridor and even on a passageway balcony. He moves with ease and great energy, sure to catch anyone’s attention.

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