I’m The Principal’s Daughter And My School Life Is Unbearable

Hi! My name’s Lilly. When I was in high school, my dad worked as
a principal there and I thought that it was the most horrible period of my life. But later he was fired, and when he found
out that I was the one to blame, he didn’t want to be my dad anymore. My mom died two years ago, and it was decided
that it would be better for me to live with my grandmother for a little while. But pretty soon it became clear that it was
hard for her to look after a teenager. So, when I had only one year to go till I
graduated, I moved to live with my dad. From the very first day, I understood that
it was going to be a tough year. You see, my dad was of that type of a man,
who was always very strict and merciless, so to speak. He believed that only severe punishment could
change somebody’s attitude. So, nobody liked him as the principal at my
new school, and some were even scared of him. As for me, while teachers were trying to be
nice, my schoolmates were far from being friendly. Nobody wanted to join me on school projects,
and I would sit alone in the cafeteria during lunchtime. As well as that, for some reason, they thought
I was overdoing it, while I was just a good student. I didn’t want my dad to know how badly I
was treated, ‘cause if he got involved in it things could get even worse. That’s why I knew I had to deal with my
problems myself. At first, I tried to look, you know, less
smart, and summited poorly done work on purpose. But the only thing it influenced was my grades,
which got lower. When my dad found about that, he began reprimanding
me for being inattentive, and even assumed that I had fallen in love and that it was
depriving me of being able to study well. In reality, he wasn’t totally wrong. For real, there was one guy – Tim – who
really made me feel nervous whenever I passed him in the hall. But he belonged to that group of guys who
usually mocked me the most, so I definitely had no chance to grab his attention, in a
romantic sense. And that was another important reason for
me to get rid of the “principal’s daughter” label. You know what they say, where there’s a
will, there’s a way, and while I was scratching my head about what else I could I do to realize
my plan, I happened to appear in the right place at the right time. One day, I got punished for my poor grades
and I had to clean the classroom after a few chemistry labs. But as soon as I got up to the door that was
cracked open, I heard some voices, that, I was pretty sure, belonged to Tim and the other
guys from his group. Even though they were whispering, it was clear
that they were discussing a prank they were gonna play on the principal – my father. Suddenly, the door swung open, hitting me
on the forehead so that I fell to the floor, and I saw Tim. For a few seconds we looked at each other
eye-to-eye, and these were the most beautiful eyes that I had ever seen. But then the rest of the group appeared. One girl started saying that I heard everything
and that I was going to tell my dad everything, and that they would be punished and even offered
to teach me a lesson for eavesdropping. Suddenly it hit me. This situation was, probably, my last chance
to blend into the crowd. I promised that I not only would I not tell
anybody about their plan, but also that I was willing to help with anything that I could. That girl looked at me suspiciously, and Tim
winked at me as if he wanted to say that it was a deal. The very next day, we began to implement our
plan. My task was to send a few texts from my dad’s
mobile phone to Rebecca’s number – one of the girls from the group. And the message was supposed to be obvious,
you know, something like, “I like you and I can help you improve your grades” and
other stuff like that. And then, after a few of these texts, she
was supposed to go into the principal’s office and start a scandal, having a camera
in her purse, you know, to record his stunning reaction. Was I thinking about what I would do if my
dad knew everything that was going on? Not really. I was too focused on hanging around with that
group of cool guys at school. In addition, Tim said that I was extremely
brave for taking part in this and that that immediately made him interested in me, so
I was so excited about everything. However, our funny joke turned out to be far
from the way we saw it play out, or at least definitely not as I had intended. When Rebecca was already acting out her injured
innocence scene in the principal’s office, his secretary walked in. Rebecca couldn’t admit that everything was
just a joke, ‘cause she was afraid of being expelled. Dad’s secretary has always been quite an
unpleasant old woman, and she took this and ran with it and promising to not keep quiet
about it. So, long story short, after the hearing in
front of the disciplinary committee it was decided that he would step down as principal,
so that the story didn’t really go public. Dad was devastated. He couldn’t find another school job in neighboring
towns and cities, ‘cause there were no vacancies in the middle of a school year. And since the town we lived in was too small
and there were simply no other schools there, the only job he could get was at a construction
site, which apparently was quite different from the one he had gotten used to. I felt really sorry for my dad, especially
since I knew exactly what had happened, but at the same time, I was no longer the principal’s
daughter, which definitely made my life at school easier. Even more, Tim and I began dating, and he
continued to admire me and that made me feel happy and inspired. Several months have passed since these occurrences,
and I graduated from school and was already packing my stuff to go to college, but I still
couldn’t get rid of that bad aftertaste from this story. You know, dad couldn’t even show up at my
graduation after all that. I think he even got more grey hair on his
head. But at the same time, I couldn’t come up
with an idea of how to tell him everything. And, once again, the perfect chance came all
by itself. Dad and I went to the store to buy some stuff
that I was going to take with me to college. And right there, between the parking spaces
in front of the store, we came across Rebecca and her father. Apparently, they were there for the same reason
as dad and I were. My dad immediately expressed his intention
to go up and talk to Rebecca, but her dad was not aware of the situation and, believe
me, nobody wanted him to be. I noticed that Rebecca was trying to drag
her father the other way and I followed her example, but my dad was like, “Come on,
I have to ask her to tell me the truth” and I had no other option but to tell him
that I could also tell him the truth. I don’t know, I just burst into a stream
of words and told my dad how hard it was for me at school at first, and then how I heard
about Tim’s and the other guys’ plan, and how I took an active part in making it happen. I was sorry for having ruined his career,
but at the same time, I was glad that I had an opportunity to spend my last school year
having friends and a boyfriend. I was only able to look into his eyes when
I finished talking. Dad looked shocked and angry at the same time. I noticed that the veins on his forehead had
gotten swollen and that his hands were shaking. He didn’t tell me anything, and just put
the shopping basket on the floor and left, leaving me alone. Honestly, I felt relieved after having dumped
the load of that secret off of myself. I understood that he was insulted, but I was
sure that he wouldn’t stay angry for long. I got home much later that day, ‘cause after
the store, I had to meet with Tim and the guys to say goodbye before our departure – my
flight was scheduled for the next day. It was dark everywhere, and when I switched
on the light I almost cried out from the surprise. I saw my dad sitting on the sofa, and judging
upon the odor, I felt he had been drinking. That made me feel nervous and a little bit
scared, ‘cause he never ever had any issues with alcohol. I tried to talk to him, but he just told me
to go to my room. The next day when I went downstairs with my
whole life packed in two huge suitcases, dad was already in the kitchen and still didn’t
want to talk to me. I, once again, tried to apologize for what
I had done back then, but he only put his arm forward showing that he was not in the
mood for any conversation. We were still silent while he drove me to
the airport, and I felt really uncomfortable being in the car with my dad with all that
tension around. I guess it was right then when I truly realized
how badly I had hurt my dad, while I was trying to set up my own life. Dad didn’t really accompany me; in fact,
he didn’t even walk out of the car. I was standing there with my huge suitcases
waiting for at least a hug or something, but dad didn’t even look at me. I heard the emotion in his voice when he said
that this was the last time we would see each other and that he promised to pay for my education
under one single circumstance – that I would never ever come back home. Can you believe that? He abandoned me. My dad didn’t want me to be his daughter
anymore. There are no words to describe what I felt
back then. I was crying during my whole flight. At first, I was hoping that when I got to
my destination and called my dad, he’d already be fine, but he didn’t even pick up the
phone. Nor did he answer my calls during my first
week at college, when I kept calling him and leaving him messages several times a day. Since then, actually, the one and only time
when he did call me back was right before my break, when I left him a message that I
wanted to visit him at home and had already bought a ticket. He almost immediately called me back and said
that I was no longer welcome there. That’s it. For now, guys, I have already graduated from
college, found a cool job, met a nice guy, and we are going to get married. But something tells me that my dad will not
walk me to the altar, because after all these years he never forgave me. If you liked this story, don’t forget to
click on the like button. Feel free to leave your comments below this
video. I will read them all. Bye!

100 Replies to “I’m The Principal’s Daughter And My School Life Is Unbearable”

  1. Who else has been a fan of ACTUALLY HAPPENED before 2020?! 😌🍾

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  2. ”I’m The Principals Daughter And My School Life is Unbearable.”

    Incase the title changes.

  3. My dads a principal and doesn’t disturb me or embarrass me at all. He’s the nicest guy and everyone likes him

  4. You are just a kid who did a bad joke that was not intended to harm anyone. Your father must forgive you. But he could not. He is a cruel person. Yes, your joke is bad and almost caused your father to be imprisoned. But he's your father. We all make mistakes. Parents should forgive and support their children and teach them what is right and what is wrong. Not because of a big or small mistake, you do not forgive your son. This is cruelty, in my opinion.

  5. In my country if you're daughter or son of a principal or even a teacher no one dare to mess with you. Because in my country we have to respect our teachers even if they're evil. But to be honest I've and nor my friends and family ever encountered evil teacher. No teacher is evil actually they're strick for our own good,they just want to teach us good manners for our good future. We all should respect our teachers

  6. This was so not right!!! You had 2 choices one good one and one bad one you went for the bad one… Most people have 1 choice you had 2 but you still done it wrong
    Anyways I still love your videos!!
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  7. U ruined his life and now he is seen as a creep years of college were wasted so u could be with the"popular kids" u should be ashamed and i wouldnt talk to u if i was ur dad to

  8. Could anyone tell me that the story was told witth American accent or Bristish accent ? I'm learning English
    Thanks !

  9. She is such a selfish daughter 😒but atleast she learnt her lesson. This was hopefully the first and last time she messed with someone’s life.

  10. I’m Stuck Between I Agree W The Dad And Was It Too Far To Completely Kick Her Out Of His Life? Idk Lol But What She Did Was Foul But Was It Bad Enough To Completely Disown Your Daughter…Again Idk I Couldn’t Even Imagine How Betrayed Id Feel If I Was In His Shoes. So His Actions Are Understandable But As A Parent I’m Not Sure If That Was Too Extreme Of An Reaction.

  11. What she did was wrong, but I feel like he’s overreacting. It was years age, she was just a teenager and she’s trying to make things better

  12. It's your fault, really. I would be like that if that happened to me. I hope you understand why your father is like that to you. He had been hurt enough because your mom/his wife passed away.

    However, try to make amends with him.

  13. Guys do you ALL have something against people with this voice?! Because every time there's a video with this voice you hate on her!

  14. No one:

    Literally not a soul:

    Her: my wont answer me: You got him fired if you was 10 and you did that im giving you up for adoption or shelter so you can think about what you did

  15. I think she deserved to be kicked out of the house for a little time until her father calmed down. Her father was to hursh on her by not allowing his daughter to be in his life. In my opinion when time passes, her father will realize what he did was a mistake!
    Please don't judge me, this is my own option. Everybody is allowed to express their own. Also leave nice comments!! Thanks

  16. I'm not surprised the father cut his daughter out of his life!
    She cost him his career!
    And that's almost WORSE then if a wife cheated on her husband! (And many times)
    Divorce is the only option!
    If I had a daughter and she did something like this to me, I'd cut her out of my life!

  17. If it will annoy all the idiots in the comment arguing on who was in the wrong further: I say they're both insane.

  18. I don't want to be mean , but , you deserved. All what you are living .
    Your dad is not too strict but he just want you to grow well. , but see what you did , you were too far

  19. Whoa there disowning ur daughter tho? …. Come on now it was bad but not enough to kick her out ur life… Bro what if she kills herself???!!???🙀🙀🙀Like Dude!!! YEARS AGO

  20. Not so being rude but gow selfish act you've done to your father. To think that you've sacrifice your father work, the only thing he could do to provide your needs, just for attention and relationsh*ts you've wanted. To my fellow teenagers, what we should learn here was even we're being an outcast student for any reasons, there is no reason to treat our parents that way just to fulfill those kind of attention in school or to be just like one of the cool kids whatever that is, we should always respect our parents, cuz they only strict on us just for our own good. I relate to her situation cuz my parents was professional teachers and sometimes that was the reason why im being outcast in school but that doesn't mean i would do such a thing just to be able to blend in the crowd.

  21. She hella stupid to believe that her dad would forgive her after she completely ruined his career just for friends that’s most likely temporary

  22. Well I hope one day he comes around they reconcile because Life's Too Short just hold a grudge no matter what happened she's still his daughter🙏🤗😇

  23. Why would you do that to a person do you expect sympathy by sharing your story. With this story I'm on her dads side

  24. sis i wouldn’t either. i mean yeah it’s been years but you don’t get to decide how long it takes someone to heal, when you’re the one who hurt them. so just better get used to this forever, i feel like when you have kids he might regret not coming around to meet them so i would suggest you try again when you do, til then, it’s a lesson learned. your feelings were important in that situation but you should’ve understood high school don’t last forever and your dads career was something he had worked for. 🤷🏻‍♀️good luck though.

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