23 Things People Learned In School That Turned Out To Be Untrue


You need to have a university education to get a job—u/ThePeanutBus

school lies, high school lies


That you were going to be offered drugs all the time. I have yet to be offered drugs (without me asking) for free…—u/latuna_


That writing involves a bunch of uniform, cut-and-dry steps for brainstorming (with dozens of mind-map worksheets), drafting, revising, editing, et cetra. And that this is the way “real writers” did it. Am now a published writer. Yeah… no. Not how it works in the slightest.—u/cabinfeverdreams

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