How to Drink Soda in Class
Ever had a tough teacher who won't let you have soda in class? It can be difficult to figure out how to have something to drink with you, especially if you don’t want to drink water. Try asking your teacher if you can have soda in class first. If they won’t allow it, then find a way to sneak it in so you can have something to drink.
Figuring out the Class Rules
Figure out what the soda rules are.Some schools allow students to drink sodas in class, others only allow water, and some schools don’t let their students drink anything in class. Find out what the rules are for sodas. These rules may also vary from teacher to teacher.
- Look in your school's student handbook for rules about soda usage. If that doesn't help, talk to a teacher, counselor, or principal.
Ask your teacher if you can drink soda.If you are unsure if you can drink soda in class, ask your teacher. Tell them you would like to drink soda in class and that you can concentrate better in class with it. They may say you can drink soda in class, so you can have it out on your desk and drink it whenever you like!
- For example, you may say, "I like to drink soda throughout the day. I was wondering if you allow that in your class."
- You may also tell your teacher, "Soda helps me concentrate and stay awake in class. I don't enjoy drinking water, so I was hoping that you would let me drink soda in class."
Try another beverage.If sodas aren’t allowed at school, try drinking something else. You can drink sodas when you are at home, but during school hours, you can drink water, milk, or juice. This may be better for your health since the sugars in sodas have been linked to disease and obesity.
Sneaking Soda into Class
Place soda in a solid water bottle.One sneaky way to get away with drinking soda in class is to put it in a solid plastic or metal water bottle. Your teacher can’t see what is inside the bottle. They will think you are drinking water, when you’re really sneaking soda!
Put clear soda in a water bottle.If you can only use a clear water bottle, place clear soda in it. This will look like water unless someone is really close up. Your teacher probably won’t check to see if the bottle is soda or water.
- You can try Sprite, 7-Up, Sierra Mist, or seltzer water. These are clear.
Place the bottle in a snack bag.If you can have snacks in class but not sodas, put the bottle inside a chip or other snack bag. You can keep the bag in your lap and sneak sips from it when the teacher has their back turned. You can also put a straw in the bottle and drink from the drink hidden in the bag.
Place soda in a hydration pack.Many sports hydration packs are small enough that you can place them under your clothes, especially if you are wearing a jacket. They come with a tube that you can discreetly stick out of your collar. You can subtly turn your head and sip on the straw.
Make a pouch at home.You can make a pouch for your soda at home. Pour the soda into the sandwich bag. Stick a thin tube into the opening of the bag. Zip the bag shut up to the straw, then seal the area around the straw with tape.
- Hide the bag in your pants pocket and thread the straw up through your shirt.
- If you have a shirt with a pouch, then you can cut a small hole for the tube to go through in the pouch and thread it to your mouth.
Sneak sips when the teacher isn’t looking.You can keep your soda bottle in your backpack so your teacher won’t be able to see it. When the teacher turns their back to write on the board or is sitting at their desk, you can take the bottle out of your backpack and take a quick sip.
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