things or people you want to forget i...

things or people you want to forget in peru , ind.

Created by pam on Sep 19, 2009

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forget old Ms Musto [gym 1966

mean guys who beat women

hateful people they're everywh

getting drunk [ugh] at 13

ben dover

Dickson, TN

#1 Sep 20, 2009
I remember ms. musto and I had her in the 90's. She wasnt that bad.
pam

AOL

#2 Sep 26, 2009
She jerked me off the stage one day when i did not want to take the gym class for that day.I had to get a note from DR. Berkibile letting me out of her class and into the library ,i learned to love to read because of that .She was a hard core woman and the girls said she was [funny] i got to notice how she would watch you shower so that ended gym class for me......like Martin Luther King ---free at last .....ha ha
Harlan

Schaumburg, IL

#3 Sep 27, 2009
What about that triangle-headed teller at the Peru Trust Company? She liked seeing you in the shower too--her wedding band is a big coverup!!
b l b

Plymouth, MI

#4 Sep 27, 2009
how about the snitches like kenny marks

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#5 Sep 28, 2009
Harlan wrote:
What about that triangle-headed teller at the Peru Trust Company? She liked seeing you in the shower too--her wedding band is a big coverup!!
Harlan, AKA "Sassy Girl"..... Seems like you wrote this on another Peru thread.

Can you say identity crisis?

Get a damn life.
Harlan

Schaumburg, IL

#6 Sep 29, 2009
4Logan wrote:
<quoted text>
Harlan, AKA "Sassy Girl"..... Seems like you wrote this on another Peru thread.
Can you say identity crisis?
Get a damn life.
We all know you are checking on us--you need to follow your own advice!! And think about getting a sense of humor!! Love ya already!!

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#7 Sep 30, 2009
(rolling eyes)
Coffee

Lafayette, IN

#8 Mar 2, 2012
pam wrote:
She jerked me off the stage one day when i did not want to take the gym class for that day.I had to get a note from DR. Berkibile letting me out of her class and into the library ,i learned to love to read because of that .She was a hard core woman and the girls said she was [funny] i got to notice how she would watch you shower so that ended gym class for me......like Martin Luther King ---free at last .....ha ha
It is obvious that someone who refused to be the benefactor of the class would not only defame the name of a deceased person but also attack the character of an educated, honorable, dedicated teacher who taught cleanliness, health, character, longevity, endurance, sportsmanship and many other tools for successful living. It is very clear that this teacher worked diligently and left the world better a better place not only for her students but for future generations. The inappropriate insinuations made above are sadly a product of a perverted mind and contribute no value to anything in any way.
michelle

Chicago, IL

#9 Mar 5, 2012
Everything and almost everybody... I have met very few people from this town however a couple of them I have made lasting friendships with just wish they lived somewhere else as everyone and everything else I have came into contact with has been an AWFUL experience!!!!!
getabrian

Indianapolis, IN

#10 Mar 25, 2012
There are good people and bad ones every where you go on earth. (Michelle) I am 100% certain it's the same where ever you live. As for Ms. Musto, I think she was nice and possibly misunderstood.
scorned

Chicago, IL

#11 Mar 25, 2012
getabrian wrote:
There are good people and bad ones every where you go on earth.(Michelle) I am 100% certain it's the same where ever you live. As for Ms. Musto, I think she was nice and possibly misunderstood.
Yes that is true however with this place being soo small and having soo many bad ones well that speaks mountains for PERU!!!
pam

Clarksville, TN

#12 Jun 21, 2012
As for Miss Musto, yes i heard she had passed away some time ago, but still what i wrote is a fact and if anyone doesen't like it then that is too bad, we all have to deal with things some time or another but she was a bit much...my favorite teacher was Mr. Ellis and the teacher who had a classroom next to the home-ec room [he would sleep in his chair with his feet propped up on his desk].I can't remember his name.But my favorite memories of all are my family and kids in Peru...
peruvian

Richmond Hill, Canada

#13 Oct 14, 2013
Hail Peru
dont forget

Chicago, IL

#14 Oct 17, 2013
Mrs. Jordan and miss. Benner the librarian. They were some tough old birds. I am being polite because i am sure they are deceased. I think they taught junior high until they were 135 years old.

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