Earthquake Drill

Today we had an earthquake drill at school.  I expected it to be the usual.  My usual is we actually count out loud to 60, walk out silently without getting scolded by the teacher, and waiting quietly outside in a line.  That all changed today.  When prompted for the drill, we went under the desk, and counted, “1, 2, 3, 4, 59, 60!” and then headed outside in a mob, chatting like crazy.  Outside, our teacher, which at the time of the drill was Mr. Roque, made us do random things, like forming circles, sitting on each other’s laps, and more.  Surprisingly, sitting on each of our laps while in a circle worked!  Anyways, for the duration of the drill, we were chitchatting and doing absolutely nothing.  Others were also talking, running around, or listening to music.  There was not one bit of silence during the drill.  I found it kind of ironic, because an earthquake is an emergency.

Anyways, I’m tired, so I’m going to go sleep.  See ya later!



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