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January 22nd, 2008, 7:24 AM

Well, i thought i'd make a thread about this because i had an incident at school today:

My english class always plays up this certain teacher. Today, well lets just say "she had enough."
We were playing her up and she had a "fit", she screams at us and chucked a box FULL of papers up. The box starts heading for this girl sat at the front. She starts running forward, trips over. (The box missed the girl). And we all start laughing. She screamed at us again and ran out the classroom.

Well, what this thread is about, is basicly:
What funny/seroise things have teachers done in your lessons in the past.

PS: Sorry about my english skills. There not that good :)

January 22nd, 2008, 7:31 AM
My Girlfriend and I were passing notes to each other during class, and the teacher caught us. He asked what we were passing each other, and we didn't answer. He told me to stand up and read it to the class, so I did.

"Mr ***** is a stuck-up , don't you think?" - [I]Me
"Definately, but lets not talk about that..." - GF
"What do you mean?" - Me
"I mean, tomorrow at the movies, let's get a seat up the back...alone." - GF
"I suppose I could comply......." - Me

It stopped there. Needless to say, we didn't pass notes again...


January 22nd, 2008, 2:06 PM

The same thing happened to me that happened to Mismaguis in 5th grade. The teacher was teaching how to diagram sentences and we weren't getting it. So, she threw the book at us and one boy started crying and ran out of the room.

Another strange moment in fourth grade was right in the middle of math, the cross (it's a Catholic school) fell off of the wall and shattered on the ground. The teacher went crazy, told us all to pray, and ran to the principal. XD

Midnight Beat
January 22nd, 2008, 4:46 PM
Last year my Speech teacher flipped out because a metal bar broke off of a desk. I think she just wanted to go off about something cause half of the desks in the room already had the same bar broke off. Anyway, she said she would like to hunt down all the "hooligans" in the school, shoot off their left ear, and run them over with her car. But she had a HUGE drawl, so it was kinda funny.:laugh:

January 23rd, 2008, 12:21 AM
Well, I remember in high school, my second year art teacher was a complete and utter joke. Art was (at the time, not any more) my favourite subject. But, as with many of my classes in high school, I was put in the class with all the delinquents. So they basically ran amock. He couldn't control them, but worst of all he threw tantrums about it. He taught us NOTHING. We ended up kept behind every time. He threw folders, he slammed things, and one time he threw scissors, which he later denied despite how shaken up the girl was (that he'd thrown them at). I hated that guy. Because I tried really hard in that class and got nowhere, heck he even lumped me with the rest of the class, pointing to every one of us to the department head and exclaiming "ALL the girls here are out of control" (or something like that. I was genuinely hurt because my efforts were for nothing, and I hated the other girls in the class so didn't want to be seen as one of them. Oh, and don't forget that the boys were just as bad. But they would often get out of class before the girls were let to).

Ugh. He was a creep.

January 23rd, 2008, 2:51 PM
When I was in school we had a teacher Mr. Ramer, who was really really rude to some students and even got fired after the principal left and we got a new principal (he was good friends with the old principal). Anyway, when I had him he would get on me and a friend all the time for talking in class and we were always saying he was a miserable old man who was just so depressed about his life he took it out on others etc. Anyway, he ended up really killing himself (I know not funny at all anymore huh) and sort of made us stick our foots in our mouths I guess we felt pretty silly (but we were right not that it matters). It was really sad it just goes to show how not to hate anyone because they prob have serious issues.

Mario The World Champion
January 23rd, 2008, 8:32 PM
Wow. I never had anything like that happen to teachers when I was a student. All of the teachers I had did their jobs to the fullest.

January 24th, 2008, 4:36 AM
Wow. I never had anything like that happen to teachers when I was a student. All of the teachers I had did their jobs to the fullest.

Lucky you ¬_¬ I think I can name ONE teacher in high school who did their job. (not to the fullest, but just did it as he was meant to)

January 24th, 2008, 5:10 AM
I recall my teacher fainting in class. Turns out there was a fire, and she had inhaled the smoke before anyone else or something. Anyways, the fire was at the front of the room where two boys had been messing with a lighter, the teacher was right beside the blaze when it started.

The school was evacuated, and the flame extinguished (it was only little) so they say it was a freak accident.

Vanilla Kitsune
January 24th, 2008, 5:36 AM
I never tend to laugh at my teachers when they become upset/violent. I get a little scared, but it's not funny. I understand their stess because most students are just a handfull to deal with. Why add onto it with laughter? It only fuels the fire IMO.

One time, when I was in chorus class in the 4th grade, we had a substitute teacher for whole year because our orginal teacher was going to have a baby. Mr. Calloway didn't teach anything music orinated. He made us play games. Well, since everyone was used to having fun, no one did much in his class. The chorus club was meeting in the afternoon with all the members. (5th and 4th) No one was singing, and he suddenly just flipped out. He yelled a few curse words at us, and everyone was silent.

Other than that, I've never really experienced a teacher flipping out on the whole class in such a manner.

January 24th, 2008, 7:33 AM
I have had some really bad classes. The teachers were good but the students cased them lots of problems.

1 thing I found very annoying was that I had 4 different teachers for a lesson in 1 year. I ended up failing that test. My school has teacher swaps a lot and we end up redoing work we had already done.

Another teacher left just before my main tests. I did the tests for that lesson and didn't do to bad. when I got my final result and saw a 0 I had no idea why. It turned out the replacement teacher lost my coursework and never told me. So I ended up failing that to.

January 24th, 2008, 4:38 PM
A teacher said she won't teach again until I was removed from her class.

And thus, I never done Maths again.

January 24th, 2008, 10:17 PM
In 7th grade, I had a teacher that got so mad at some people that he threw a desk at them.....

In 11th grade, my English teacher would go outside and smoke pot during lunch >_> He ended up getting fired...

January 24th, 2008, 10:47 PM
I had an English teacher when I was in the eighth grade that would search for pornography on his computer during class time.

January 25th, 2008, 12:09 PM
Well I had my fair share of cruel, and the most welcoming teachers. The most cruelest I haven now is Mrs. Yeager. She literaly makes us throw out tissue in the hallway sometimes, when there is a garbage can two feet from us. *germ freak*

January 25th, 2008, 2:04 PM
My old English Teacher in the 8th grade had a mental break down in front of the class. We were reading the book Night, and she felt really deppersed by it, so she just started to cry. The whole class was silent.

Other then that.. I can't really remember a time when a teacher cried/got angery

January 25th, 2008, 5:14 PM
In 7th grade, one of my teachers had finally had enough of us and started crying and swearing at us out of nowhere.

And just a few days ago, a student in my geography class kept claiming that the Pilgrims didn't have anything to do with the Mayflower; I don't know if it was a joke or not. My teacher spent the entire class period trying to prove him wrong, showing him EVERY book and EVERY site she could find that confirmed that he was wrong. :P So annoying...

January 25th, 2008, 10:54 PM
Well my Yr8 teacher was reading a story to us (She used to teach Yr1...go figure)...it was a teen-type novel...she didn't realize that the s-word was on the book and she just blurted it out. I went to a Catholic school in Yr8, so that was pretty funny.

January 26th, 2008, 12:02 AM
Well, I have two extra period in my schedule so i usually go home or i stay and help random teachers out. Mrs. Doe wanted to light a "jar" candle and she couldn't reach the wick so she lit a paper to reach inside. She 'loves' the smell of burnt paper, so she let it burn. Guess what happens next? *RING*. The whole science building is evacuated.

This happened on wednesday.

January 26th, 2008, 6:27 PM
My French teacher last year was really, really crazy :S She kicked a girl out for correcting her name:

TEACHER: Tia! Tia!
Téa: My name is Téa, madame!
TEACHER: Tia! Get out!

And then she kicked another girl out for smiling and told her never to smile again. She yelled at another guy for correcting her poor French grammar, too. And she's a francophone? Really. :/ I have her for Religion next semester, so you can imagine my joy to have her again.