Ugh, I remember... When we had to do it, girls all 'ewww'd and boys just grabbed the poor animals liver and ran around with it around the classroom. And of course this happened while when teacher was somewhere else ^^
Oh gawd dissecting *shivers* even the word makes me feel uncomfortable... 2 years ago we had to do a heart and eye, I found out in advance and arranged so I didn't even have to go into the room (thank GOD) I was the only one in our class of about 20ish who just said straight out they didn't want to be a part of it while everyone else acted excited. 30mins later I went back to the classroom to check with my teacher and found about 6 others all pale outside the classroom, I only remember thinking "God, if you all knew you didn't like this sort of thing why didn't you just not do it?!" still laugh over the whole thing now XD
The reminds me of science class at high school, when Britt was smiling maniacally as the class was dissecting cow eyes, while I was colourless and going in and out of fainting on a desk nearby, because apparently we didn't have to participate but we had to remain in the room. When I see gross stuff like that in real life or in movies my whole body just goes limp.
Yeah me too... XD Usually without fail I nearly black out when I have to do these things XD I had to sneak out while the class was watching the preliminary video and lie on the floor of my office for about five minutes this time! XD
I just assumed you'd be getting queasy at the goreish stuff like that one human centipede movie
You did do dissections with us, I remember that one with the lungs and then we blew them up and then some moron jabbed it with a scalpel and lung juice flew everywhere as well as some other idiot getting stabbed with the scalpel from the jabbing guy!
Ah but kind sir... the children of my class were all skilled hunters. They skined the cats perfectly, and hung them up to dry. THEN they perceded without instruction on how to do so from the teacher, to open the skulls, poke the brains, then open the rest of the cat. The day ended with children squeezing the digested stuff out of the intestines. They took Sadisim to a whole new level, and they were worried about handing me a knife for the disection at all. (they had me pined for the odd one who was goin to try blowing up the school or sumthin) Oh and yes, you read that right, not pigs, they chose to disect CATS.