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Muck up day is an unofficial tradition for year 12 on their last day of school. Students often do stupid pranks such as jumping on cars, graffiti, smashing bottles, throwing water bombs

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Muck up day is an unofficial tradition for year 12 on their last day of school. Students often do stupid pranks such as jumping on cars, graffiti, smashing bottles, throwing water bombs and doing even more dangerous things that can hurt and threat person's life. My view on this issue is that these dangerous pranks should be banned for everyone and safety. What they do for fun and enjoy can ruin man's life. ...read more.

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The one who shattered her life "is claiming damages for her injuries as well as for future economic losses" and he will live in guilty forever. Who is to be blamed for the pranks on muck-up day? So far as students have responsibilities for them but it also lies up on teachers who didn't give them warning and instructions for muck-up day and let them do cruel things and become foolish. ...read more.

Conclusion

"Michelle Green, chief executive of the Association of Independent Schools of Victoria, has stated in an opinion piece published in The Herald Sun on October 23, 2008, 'We have not researched the number of incidents reported compared with past years but they appear to be less than a few years ago.'" However, as long as there are some students who play dangerous pranks, the muck-up day should be banned in order to save their future life. I firmly believe that they will have serious risks which won't allow their dream come true. ...read more.

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