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:mimitchi:For all people that take Tamas to School


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erahay

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Posted 02 April 2008 - 10:03 AM ( #1 )

Hello people on tamatalk,I am one of those people risking getting their tama taken away at school. But i havent been chought yet :D I have noticed people have a hard time keeping their tama out of sight. Some people were really dum and put their tama on a neckles or some thing in the open. It makes me really mad when their tamas are taken away :D because that person can't take care of their tama. :(

I have some tips for those paople :


1. DON'T PUT YOUR TAMA ON A NECKLES!!!!!! :angry:
2. Wear a swetshrit that is to big and put your tama in one of the sleves.(hold the tama in your hand)if you dont have a big swetshrit dont use this tip.
3.hook your tama on a belt loop and put your tama in your pocket. :huh:
4. Keep the noise off at alll times.
5.Never play with your tama during a test (duh)
6.don't connect with someone during class. Do that kind of stuff in the hallway
7.You could put the tama in you locker and take care of it during class change.
8.Take care of your tama in the bathroom.



I know i dont have very many tips at all but i hope they help!!!!!! :blink:

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Kodou

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Posted 02 April 2008 - 04:35 PM ( #2 )

Like the tip :D but no-one cares at my school my teacher knows i play with Fanny(My tama) and all the kids beside me know too :o my teacher talks to me about tamas too! also i'm not in middle or high school, in my town we don't have them :P

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Posted 02 April 2008 - 06:45 PM ( #3 )

Great tips! This will help alot. My teachers don't care what we have, but I still hide it in my pencil pouch.

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Posted 03 April 2008 - 08:18 AM ( #4 )

I'am glade that my tips are useful,but this is my first post so it kinda sucks.I tryed my best.
In my school the teacher are really mean,and they hate it when people bring stuff like that
to school.I thought some people would like some tips that have teachers that are mean like
mine.

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Posted 04 April 2008 - 07:54 AM ( #5 )

I just leave my tamas (I have 4)in my locker and take care of it in 2 hours when we go out for our break. (HINT: If you do that, I strongly advise u to pause your tamas when they are a baby or todler.)

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Posted 07 April 2008 - 07:57 PM ( #6 )

I Play With My Tama In The Bathroom At School In One Of The Stall Where Nobody Will See Me I Just Make My Self Look Like Im Going Pee And Then I Play With My Tama

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Posted 07 April 2008 - 08:04 PM ( #7 )

Nice Tips.

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Posted 18 April 2008 - 08:42 AM ( #8 )

in my school the teacher lets us have them :D

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Posted 18 April 2008 - 11:58 AM ( #9 )

Thank you!!

These tips will be very helpful to all people including me! :wacko:

I always take My Tamas to school but I NEVER play with them, I put them to sleep :D

I really want to play with them whenever I have the Chance but I get caught :furawatchi:

Or Someone tells the Teacher and I get into Trouble and Get my Tama taken away :gozarutchi: (Suprisingly It's the V5)

Luckily our Teachers are Nice and Give it(Them) Back.

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Posted 19 April 2008 - 02:54 AM ( #10 )

Also, DON'T PLAY GAMES IN CLASS!!!!
Just care for it and sneak looks at it when you have it in your pocket.:furawatchi::furawatchi:, and if you need to do some thing, tell your teacer you need to pee.:furawatchi:

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Posted 19 April 2008 - 03:01 AM ( #11 )

I think a topic has been made like this before.

It isn't "neckles" it's "necklaces", lol. Besides those I think the tips are sort of good but I wouldn't advise them. When I was a child the school teachers were always pretty mean to me because I didn't like maths, science, pe, etc etc.
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Posted 24 July 2012 - 12:02 AM ( #12 )

I Play With My Tama In The Bathroom At School In One Of The Stall Where Nobody Will See Me I Just Make My Self Look Like Im Going Pee And Then I Play With My Tama


I revisited this site to see what posts i've made. Now that i'm 14 and am a perverted teen i now realize this sounds so wrong.
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Posted 24 July 2012 - 11:22 AM ( #13 )

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