1. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
What is the most useless thing you learned in school?

2. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
I haven’t really found a use for square dancing.

3. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
Swing your partner round and round

5. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
Same. We learned it in my school cause it’s the states dance. But I have never known anyone to square dance besides the tv people.

4. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
There was that week each year in gym class where the boys would do wrestling and the girls would learn to dance to cotton eyed joe, for some reason.

6. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
Probably that apparently Vivaldi’s nickname was “the red priest”. We had to study for exams but our teacher decided to visit 3 separate websites and make us read about him

7. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
My music history professor taught us that “Vivaldi is also known as the red priest. Because he was a COMMUNIST!? No, he just had red hair.”

8. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
Kentucky creates 90% of U.S disco balls.

9. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
Wow. I live in Kentucky but I never knew that… seems useless!

10. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
That’s why it’s “useless”

11. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
俺にとって最も役に立たなかった授業は、大学に編入した後のものだった。すでにCalculus 2(微積分2)に合格してたんだけど、ビジネス数学の代数入門を取らなないといけなかった。1ヶ月半後に教授が、私の平均点が107%で半分しか出席していない私に、事情を聞いてくれた。ありがたいことに、もう授業に出なくていいよって言ってもらえた
Well my most useless class was after I transferred universities. Already passed calc 2 but had to take business math, which was basic algebra, despite a very long conversation with my advisor about how absurd it was. Thankfully after a month and a half the prof asked to speak to me since my avg was 107% and I showed up half the time. Told me to stop coming to class once I explained my situation

12. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/

In public school we skimmed through the Vietnam war because there was little time left before testing and it wasn’t gonna be on there that much.
“Long story short, we kinda lost that one…”

13. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
It always bothered me when history stopped at WW2 and the rest was covered in a week

14. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/

I mean at least they taught you the US lost lol
They tried to teach us the US won and I don’t even live there

15. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
Havnt played the recorder very often.

16. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
It’s the simplest way to teach music theory in practice without a more complicated instrument like piano, guitar, or violin. Seems pretty useless in retrospect, but it’s really just another teaching tool.

17. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
I have mine from the 80s on the table in my music room. I play it almost daily! That was one of the most important things I learned in school as I am a professional musician.

18. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
How to stop a fight just by saying “please stop I don’t like that”

19. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
Or ignoring the bully.

20. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/

This x100, terrible f**king teaching

21. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
ヘイスティングスの戦いが1066年にあったという知識。人生で唯一の使い道は 「歴史の授業で覚えているのはヘイスティングスの戦いが1066年にあったことだ」と言う時だけ
That the battle of Hastings was in 1066. It’s only use in life has been when I say “the only thing I remember from history lessons, is that the battle of Hastings was in 1066.”

22. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
1066年は、今私たちがタイプして読んでいる言語に影響を与えるほど重要な出来事なんだよ。古くからのアングロサクソン英語は非常にゲルマン的な響きがあり、ノルマン・コンクエストがなければそのままで、おそらくオランダ語のような響きになっていたことだろう。その代わり、ノルマンディー上陸によってフランス語が多用されるようになった(カナダやイギリスがフランス語の発音に従わないのにフランス語のスペルを使っているのを不思議に思ったことはないか?) その結果、今日私たちが話しているゲルマン語とロマンス語の混成語が生まれたのです。言い換えれば、英語を許容できるものにしたんだ
1066 is so important it’s affecting the very sentences we’re typing and reading right now. Old and Anglo-saxan English was incredibly Germanic sounding, and without the Norman conquest it would remain so and probably sound like Dutch. Instead, the invasion infused a lot of French in the Language (ever wonder why Canada and UK use French spelling even if they don’t follow French pronunciation?). It created a hybrid Germanic-Romance language we speak today. In other words, it made English tolerable.

23. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
Acid rain. Always scared me shitless as a kid but I’ve yet to hear anything about it since sixth grade.

24. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
Acid rain was no joke for those of us that lived in NY and enjoyed trout fishing. Within the span of a decade starting in the mid-70’s, the native trout populations in the Adirondacks were almost completely eradicated. All you would catch were trout stocked by the government. To this day, the native trout populations have not fully recovered.

25. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
That and the manatees, the reason we don’t hear about it any more is because we got together and stopped the people responsible. Which for acid rain meant putting scrubbers on smokestacks to get rid of the sulfur.

29. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
I know that the Hawley-Smoot tariff was the highest in history. No idea what the importance of that is, if it was good, bad, or indifferent.

30. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
The importance is that some people believe it made the Great Depression a lot worse.

31. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
Colonel Sanders was in his 60s when he buckled down and started KFC.

32. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
How Roman children put their shoes on

33. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
Now I’m curious… how do they put their shoes on?

34. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/

Like normal people. Most roman children’s shoes were pulled together using buckles. The shoes were tough leather so occasionally their feet would bruise and bleed. They would have to wash their feet a couple times a day.
The lesson was mainly to tell us “you should be grateful, look how easy your life is”

26. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
I shit you not, in third grade I was taught how to dispose of pissed bed sheets without anyone knowing

27. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
This is actually pretty useful

28. 蠱惑の壺 4chan /a/
Well tell us then




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