Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by GoldEagle, Apr 16, 2007.
We had not criminals...but we forced one teacher to asylum
oh aye, we did that at primary school too- i feel slightly bad now but we wernt her only class!
Well she had pity, we also werent her only class but English teachers had it very bad especcialy in our one. We had 6 teachers in 4 years One was alcoholic.
It seems there are a very interesting collection of anecdotal teachers out there. I could regale with some tales, but it is a bit late.
The OP teacher's methodology seemed rather one-dimensional from the description put forth.
As for driving teachers to an asylum, they must have had pretty thin skins.
That is a dude and i think the OP is playing with us.
or maybe not.
My 7th grade civics teacher was arrested last year when she gave a 13 year old pupil a little "extra attention."
Do you mean this case?
In my school experience so far, I have heard the "f" word and the "b" word.
I had a teacher once who got sent off for beating his wife, scary thing is he was the nicest teacher we had.
We had a "former" alcocholic on the verge of getting retired old lady in Home Economics that hid empty Gin bottles deep down in the fridge (in the class room), and from time to time had fits of hysterics.
WHen a new guy started in our class who was of Iranian decent, she warned all the Girls on his first lesson with her to watch out because Iranians kidnap your babies...
She almost got sacked for that one.
Yep, that's the one.
Hmm, for us, it's just teachers dying of heart related diseases, not getting arrested/fired.
So, my teacher got arrested
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