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Tama in school....safe or danger?

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Here's the Thing...

 

I, for one, believe that it is dangerous and also can make you untrusted by your teacher. I don't believe anyone on this thread said it as safe, because it truly isn't. I am known on TamaTalk as an Advice Giver and turst me, I might prove that Tamagotchi going to school are dangerous. In fact, I will.

 

I met a girl in my private school a long way back. I asked if she'd ever gone to another school. She said yes.

Then she told me she'd been kicked out of the school for bringing in her Tamagotchi!

 

A perfect example why not to bring your Tamagotchis to school. Bleached_inu:3 saying that this is safe, it is not. No offense. I agree with tamasusHi_09, this is very dangerous. Candychi, you lost your golden tamagotchi? Ugh!

 

All of the commenters (most of them, at least) are right. This is very dnagerous. Do not do this.

 

Sincerly,

 

Lilystar

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This is not safe. I mean, it depends on what kind of school you go to. When I went to first grade, I had a really nice teacher named Mrs. King. Mrs. King didn't really care if we did them after our lessons, and we had no P.E teacher. (Really.) So we would bring our tamas there and run around with them. It is mostly unsafe because of these reasons: If you get caught, you could get in big trouble. You will be embrassed. But there is reasons and ways I can understand why you would want to bring yours to school. Your tama might die when you're away.

 

That's pretty much the main reason, huh? I guess. But just put your tama on pause and it leave it at home. You'll know that your tama will be okay and you can still do your work.

 

I hope the advice helps!

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tamas are thought to be really geekish in my high school so i double-check before every lesson

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I don't take my tama any more but when i was in primary school everyone had a v3 so we connected at lunch but the teachers didn't care.

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When I was in school I Turned my tama's sound off, and would glance at it in my free time.

Edited by Rave_Knite

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I did once have two tamas in my coat pocket, but they were on pause so I didn't get caught.

 

Is it safe? My friend brought her live V3 in, checked it every 10 minutes but the teachers didn't care. But I took my first V2 to an activity centre once and took it out to play with it when I was very, very bored. I was told sharpishly to 'put it away'. But nothing bad happened.

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Okay- so I'm posting again with better advice.

 

 

 

 

Tamagotchi is very dangerous in school. Not only will it be embrassing when you get caught, but it distracts you from working. Tamagotchi's aren't bad- you just shouldn't bring them to school. You might want to talk to your teacher and ask her if you can play with it at recess or free time. Private schools might be more acceptable to Tamagotchis during free time or recess. Here are some of the reasons Tamagotchis are dangerous to bring to school. First of all, it's sneaky and being a bad student to try to sneak something in to school. It might distract you if you think about what will happen if you do get caught and such. Now, let's move on. If your teacher accepts letting you bring your tama to school, ask your parents. They may not want you losing your tamagotchi or focusing too much on your tama and not your work. But you can play it safe by just leaving your tamagotchi at home.

 

But there are reasons you may want to bring your tama to school. First, you don't want it to... die. Or maybe you want to take good care of it by spending every minute of your life playing it so you can get a good adult. Here are some tips to make sure you don't have to bring it to school and it still be taken care of. You can pause it, so it doesn't do anything while your gone. You can pause it by pressing A and B at the same time, then do it again to unpause it. Or maybe you have a younger sibling or someone who can care for it while you're gone. Now, focus on your work and have a fabulous time with your tama!

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when i was in primary school and the first version of connections ame out, everyone in the school went mad over them. it was considered uncool to not have one. when the teachers banned them, the school went insane, and held secret tamagotchi conventions behind corners and at the back of toilet blocks. we all thought ourselves very rebelious.

 

now that im in high school, its not as much as a problem. everyone brings their electronics into class, and tamagotchis are probably the least concerns to the teacher, as well as the least common.

 

but i brought mine to school in my bag and it was beaten around, now it has two thick scratches on it. i was so upset when i found it.

 

 

 

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Well this is how I get around hiding my Tama:

 

1. Turn the sound off

2. Check it daily

3. If it looks bad, ask to go to the bathroom

4. If you kept the sound on, and you hear it, ask to go to the bathroom immediately

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I remember the second day I had my music star I brought it to school to prove that the v6 was made(I can't believe the didn't know about v6) well I decided not to show them till lunch. In the middle of language arts it beeped out of my pocket but the good thing is my teacher is partly def. I walked up to my teacher and asked if I could go to the bathroom. And of course He said yes. Turns out all the hearts were gone. So I fed him and made my tama happy. But when I brought it the next day I had a sub teacher and she was not def at all. It beeped and the teacher didn't even ask what it was she just waked over to me and pulled it out of my pocket and said I had detention. When I got it back it was hungry and not happy. Lol

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Oops I ment to say show my freinds the v6

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I'd say that they're safe to bring to school, but that may be because I'm in high school, and honestly, our teachers don't expect us to have 'childish' things like virtual pets.

 

I check on my Morino between classes and during breaks. So far, no teacher has ever noticed, though several girls in my grade have told me how incredibly juvenile I am for still having a tamagotchi. (They went out of style when I was in fourth grade, after all)

 

They aren't really a distraction, and I've never forgotten to turn off my sound, so there's never been any danger.

 

...Just my personal opinion.

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'Put the Chip in' means turn it off. ;) ;) :blink:

wouldnt that mean taking the battery out? not putting the chip in :blink:

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I'm in college, so my professors don't even care. I can text, surf the web, etc on my phone during all of class even HAHA.

 

But when I was in elementary school when the P1s came out, I brought all of my VPs to school and no one really cared.

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one time at school, i had my tamagotchi in my pocket. but what i didn't know was that the entennae and keychain were sticking out of my pocket. i was lucky that i had a pretty cool teach at the time, because she didn't take it away. but she said that if she saw it again she would take it away.

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I was caught 6 times playing it in class but never got it taken off me

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if you're good at hiding it, then its no problem. I keep them in my pencil case sometimes, lol.

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