When I was in the 5th grade, my teacher told me that I couldn’t play baseball because it was a “boy sport.” I screamed, “That’s the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard!” and promptly marched off the field and all the way home.
When I got home to my mother, I nervously relayed my story of recess inequality. She said, “That’s bullshit,” and let me watch Days of our Lives with her.
Of course I hope neither of my children are ever suspended – but if they are, I hope they disobey with the flair that these kids did.
The kid appreciates this exquisite wood. You can hardly get mad at that.
Technically, he is right.
It’s a classic joke, really. Who can resist a good “that’s what she said” moment?
Sorry, I love a kid with a healthy sense of self. I once showed my 2 year old a picture of himself and asked, “Do you know who this is?” to which he replied, “Ironman.”
Okay, this one scares me a little.
You are not magical like me, stupid teacher. Nor do you have my superior magical blood. Be gone, commoner.
I have to admit I like this kid’s revolutionary spirit.
This little girl is my soul mate. I used to sneak-read books in class all the time. You are in trouble FOR READING A BOOK!
Please see to it that you teach your son to blindly follow authority – even when wrong. Um, no. Sorry teacher dude.
I don’t know if I could be mad at this – everyone loves pictures of cats. Billions of Internet users can’t be wrong.