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      Tell me about weird/funny things that teachers say

      I think it's funny when teachers say "fudge it" my algebra teacher says that all of the time, like fudge a point. Also, when doing the basic math in a problem she says "now be careful with you 'mickey mouse' math". LOL. This is because it's easy to mess something up with the multiplying and negatives and what not. She is a very funny teacher, not in the traditional sense though. Trust me. She is.

      So, how about you guys? Sorry, is this in the right forum?
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      I was in biology last semester, and we were reviewing for a test I think. This dude asked if we could use the book while we reviewed, and the whole point was to see what we remembered.
      The teacher replied: "That's just......gay"

      The pause, the expression, it was hilarious.
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      My teacher would always say "many-a-time" and then anything

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      This is more anoying than anything. One of my teachers said when we were starting class a little late:

      "you guys are wasting tax payer's money. You guys were off task for 15 seconds"

      No joke, that was mostly paraphrasing, as she said that 2 years ago!
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      My Russian teacher (who was actually Russian with a very thick accent) said a lot of things that made me smile. One was that "Iv you don'd lige de langvage, de langvage von'd like you." Translation: If you don't like the language, the language won't like you. Another thing she would say constantly is "We are learning, we are all learning..." in a wonder-filled voice while making these grand gestures with her arms.

      My econ teacher back in high school had a lot of funny ones...in regards to bullshitting your way through homework, he'd say stuff like "You can't polish a turd, guys" or "I can smell it like a fart in a car". He was awesome.

      ...And then there was my music teacher last semester. Oh God, was he funny. Total stoner old man. Here's a list of his awesomeness:

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      One of my substitutes once said (recently) with an accent, Would someone like to voulonteer to piss out these papers??
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      Oh yeah, my Algebra teacher always says "now ask yourself, self..." like what would you do when... in the case of math.
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      When my brother was in computer apps, there was a disabled kid in a wheelchair and he started to leave, and the teacher said, "You can't just walk out of here!...(awkward silence)"

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      My chemistry teacher likes to tell the class the wrong answer, and then laugh at the people who listened to him.

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      oh man, in high school i had a substitute spanish teacher from amsterdam... "have you ever seen stoned sheep? they just walk to the bushes and eat them, you should see the eyes." guy didn't know shit about spanish.
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      My algebra teacher said last year: "Yeah, we still haven't got the OGT results back yet. The state's about as efficient as a one-legged guy in an ass kicking competition."

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      My math teacher says things like divide 2 onto 4. onto?

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      Wow, weird, teachers that swear! I don't recall any of my teachers swearing!
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      Quote Originally Posted by guitarboy View Post
      i was diagnosed with an imaginary friend
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      My maths teacher would always say when we were doing a particular section of the course, "remember the roots are on the bottom of a tree".

      Sounds weird huh? Can't be bothered explaining where that came from.

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      Quote Originally Posted by slash112 View Post
      My maths teacher would always say when we were doing a particular section of the course, "remember the roots are on the bottom of a tree".

      Sounds weird huh? Can't be bothered explaining where that came from.
      Weird that you mention that, that's what we're working on right now in algebra!
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      Our math teacher used to say "Two vectors are alike when they're alike". We called it "Jan's Law".

      Also, a few years ago a class mate of mine told the male, middleaged teacher "Your hair looks very nice today", to which he answered "Hair? What hair?".
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      Quote Originally Posted by lucidreamsavy View Post
      Weird that you mention that, that's what we're working on right now in algebra!
      Haha, well I'm glad someone knows where I'm coming from.

      There was tons of other shit she used to "help us remember". Can hardly remember any of them, 'twas a year ago.

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      My crazy-nutso history teacher:

      He was comparing government to cakes, complete with pictures.

      "So in this type of government, you have a layer cake, but it isn't really like a layer cake, or at least not like the one I drew on the board, because the cake I drew has three separate layers of equal size, and they should all really be different sizes. The point is, the layers are separate, and if you take a cut from the cake, you get three separate pieces of government. Of course, if they were all different sizes, then you may get a little bit of the lemon, and a big hunk of the blueberry, and a sliver of chocolate, or a big piece of chocolate and two smaller pieces of blueberry and lemon. Right...moving on, you can see the other type of government is illustrated by a marble cake-a cake in which all the different flavors are evenly distributed throughout the cake. Well, they aren't really evenly mixed, cuz' each flavor has to stay intact, but they all have to touch to illustrate how each flavor affects the other..."

      He went on for quite a while explaining this cake analogy. Funniest thing I think I've ever heard...

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      Quote Originally Posted by Mario92 View Post
      My crazy-nutso history teacher:

      He was comparing government to cakes, complete with pictures.

      "So in this type of government, you have a layer cake, but it isn't really like a layer cake, or at least not like the one I drew on the board, because the cake I drew has three separate layers of equal size, and they should all really be different sizes. The point is, the layers are separate, and if you take a cut from the cake, you get three separate pieces of government. Of course, if they were all different sizes, then you may get a little bit of the lemon, and a big hunk of the blueberry, and a sliver of chocolate, or a big piece of chocolate and two smaller pieces of blueberry and lemon. Right...moving on, you can see the other type of government is illustrated by a marble cake-a cake in which all the different flavors are evenly distributed throughout the cake. Well, they aren't really evenly mixed, cuz' each flavor has to stay intact, but they all have to touch to illustrate how each flavor affects the other..."

      He went on for quite a while explaining this cake analogy. Funniest thing I think I've ever heard...
      OMG! Now I finally get to hear about your... government class teacher
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