A Flash from The Past- Skipping High School to Eat at Burger King in 1992

Back in 1992, almost every day, during lunch period, me and a few friends would skip school to smoke cigarettes and to eat at Burger King. The funny thing is I had come up with the brilliant idea of just casually walking out the front doors with complete confidence as though we definitely had permission to leave. My friends were a little afraid to experiment and try this reverse psychology on the administrators, who might be watching, but it worked every time. No one ever stopped us or asked to see our pass. Many of the other kids who tried to sneak out the traditional way, like suspiciously out a side or back door, got caught and punished. When returning, we would again simply walk right through the front doors. On one occasion, we took a video camera with us and documented one of our skips. I finally had it digitized from an old VHS tape, so here it is. Enjoy!

Oh, and by the way, I can no longer recommend this type of fast food, such as the food offered by Burger King, because I now believe it to be poisonous to our bodies! And now that I’m a non-smoker, I hope this video doesn’t encourage tobacco use by anyone of any age, because it has proven to be way too harmful to one’s health.



About Guyus Seralius

I am one among many, but at the same time, I am unique and alone. I am a reflection of all that which surrounds me and all that deep within. I am a perceiving mind in human form. I am a metaphor for life itself, a representative of all things, and I am doing as the universe dictates. I am the forever traveler who wonders upon all grounds at all times. Though, I rest upon a rock that never moves. I am the infinite, cosmic tree, whose branches and roots never end, whose fruit is uncountable. I am the personification of The Forever All. In short, I am an artist, writer, philosopher, pantheist, and centrist, who hopes to make a positive change in the world.
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