5 reasons to BUNK your class

Although it sounds against the normal(good) culture, but there are certain incentives to it. Bunking a class(or classes) can actually improve your performance and various other parameters. Here are 5 reasons on why should break the rule and go out, when you are not supposed to go.

  1. Independence
    1. An independent person can only lead a successful life. If he/she has independent ideas and thinking it’ll become easier for him to take decisions in future.
  2. Improved academics performance
    1. If you bunk your class, you won’t know how a particular problem has been solved, or how a particular thing works. So what if you were absent. You will spend more time with the books and hence use your brains. So you are not just a robot.
  3. Good relationship with teachers
    1. When you bunk, you don’t get attendance. So you go up to your teachers for some help (jugaad). So the harmony between the teacher and the student increases
  4. Fun
    1. The most obvious reason is fun. Increase your awareness by spending quality time with your friends.
  5. Peace
    1. Yes,you get peace. The cacophonous class can make you distasteful and hence make you more irritable. So you get what the world wants, “peace “

If there is anything more you think can be added, please let me know.

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12 Responses to 5 reasons to BUNK your class

  1. I’ve bunked a few times 😦

  2. Tom McCool says:

    I hate school so much, I havnt been in 3 weeks, aaaah so peaceful and nice. I don’t know why they force children to go to school anyway, is it so the teachers can punish kids and get some perverse pleasure from making them upset?

  3. ankur says:

    i am a b.tech student (m.s.ramaiah),i just wait for some little reason or for my friends hint to go bunking, especially i feel a lot of pleasure seeing others sweating inside and me being at ease getting fresh air

  4. narasimha says:

    for the recent past i have made bunking classes as a hobby of mine ,it gives so much joy so much freedom devolopes creativeness wen we apology to teachers givin a moreorless suitable reason for bunkin thier class,improves courage in one, bravery to face any consequences and so on friends lets “bunk and boost our skills”. …

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  6. Sarath says:

    Bunking classes is an art. so Im an artist.

  7. SUBIR DUTTA says:

    The excuses mentioned for bunking classes are silly and funny.It’s not at all worthy.
    By proper enlightment about your studies, you can have briliiant career which will
    help you to be established and then you have plenty of time to enjoy quality time with
    your friends and family.You will have liberty to give back something to the society.
    Over and above you will give justice to the reasons for which your parents have sent
    you to bengalore by spending their hard earned money to help you to grow.

  8. SUBIR DUTTA says:

    The excuses mentioned for bunking classes are silly and funny.It’s not at all worthy.
    By proper enlightment about your studies, you can have briliiant career which will
    help you to be established and then you have plenty of time to enjoy quality time with
    your friends and family.You will have liberty to give back something to the society.
    Over and above you will give justice to the reasons for which your parents have sent
    you to bengalore by spending their hard earned money to help you to grow.

  9. mrinal says:

    hey! great informative post….
    if you are looking for excuses to bunk the class check this out..
    http://receivetipstricks.com/top-5-fresh-excuses-for-bunking-classes/.

  10. chris says:

    you qare all lireps mr tapera

  11. Jagjeet says:

    LOL I JUST BUNK For 30/45 min and when i come back i got some good slaps 😛 in MATHS

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