November 19, 2004
You're all going to die! Erm...only kiddin'
If I was a teacher, this would happen every other week...
13 years ago
Awww! That's just cruel! :-)
Gimme an F! Gimme an apostrophe! Gimme a D! Gimmie a U! Gimme a P! What's that spell?! What's that spell?! I think the teacher in quesiton would benefit from being held at gunpoint by a crazed maniac for a few minutes. Or maybe just some lithium. *shrug*
You're all going to die!
Oh yes you are !
Rather than teaching the students the importance of "living each day to the full," I think this drove home the equally important lesson that "adults are cruel bastards who are out to ruin your life." So either way, the kids win.
We are all doomed. This is the level of stupidity the world has descended to. I've just been informed that we've always been this stupid. We're still doomed, though. Carry on with what you were doing.
Were I in that class, it would have taught me the importance of grabbing the nearest co-ed so I wouldn't die a virgin.
They don't have co-eds in the UK. Stupido.
Were co-eds in that class, I would have
oh fuck it.
I like that the lesson behind this whole incident was "Seize the day". I bet those kids wetting their pants really consider that particular day "seized".
What's a co-ed? Mixed sex classes? We do have them, you know. Hasn't anyone seen Harry Potter?
Mixed sex classes? The closest we got to that was Mrs Mountfield showing us a condom.
mixed-sex classes, you dirty monkey. Mind you, Mrs mountfield, she was hot...
Why not do something far more socially useful like tell the kids that the school just discovered the presence of a chemical in the school's water supply that will cause the kids to die within a year if they do any drugs for the rest of their lives?
When I said they don't have co-eds, I mean, they don't have the distinction..
oh fuck it
I fucked Mrs Mountfield. She likes it rough.
All teachers do.
That's what Mrs Mountfield said.
Why were these kids not laughing? I mean, an
Slavish belief in authority figures? Who knows. They're
Before clicking I expected 6-year-olds. ...and I thought "co-eds" was something people said in, like, the '40s. When it was kinky and bizarre for women to go to college. That's pretty scary that they're still labeled that way... hm. (Went to a women's college myself; I wouldn't know.)
My second grade teacher showed us a documentary on Nostradamus (not Nostrildamus) that predicted WWIII in around 1994, right about the time I turned 18.
going. /unpacks her computer, coffee maker, bananas, CD collection, cat ...
When I was a wee lass my dad told me that the sun was going to explode in the year 2000. That bummed me out. I was quite a bit younger than 14, though.
So... this happened at "St Matthew's RC High School in Moston, Manchester"? St Matthew's
High School? Well thank goodness they've apologised for filling the kids' heads with distressing made-up shit about death and stuff. That's the
thing you'd want a school to teach children.
Mrs Mountfield was a no-good ho.
was a fun read! "Waiter, there's mountain in my soup." heh.
kitfisto - co-ed is an oldfashioned NorthAm term for women in any school, from the name for women in "co-educational" universities and colleges. It's used mostly now to describe women in terms of their attractiveness.