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  1. Okay so the days when your teacher has cold?

    Yes it was one of those days, when my class teacher was sick . He sneezed so hard that I refused to breathe to avoid inhaling the germs. Poor first benchers.

    And when he cleaned his nose in front of the class it was so gross, also he used all his power to do that!

    You need to clean your nose, leave the class, go out do your job, come back in. Not so hard right?

    So this was the dirtiest thing my teacher did.

    I hope you were expecting such answers only.

  2. Probably not the kind of answer you’re looking for but…

    When I was in 9th grade not one but TWO of my teachers accidentally spit their cough drops on me.

    On two separate occasions that year, my algebra and English teachers had been leaning over me to check my work while I sat at my desk.

    Both damn times they were sucking on a cough drop, and it carelessly slipped out of their mouths and fell directly onto my hand, sticking there in a big, sugary wad of saliva.

    What are the odds of this happening twice between two different teachers??? Haha, I thought it was gross, but they were both embarrassed and profusely apologized, so of course I wasn’t angry.

  3. did as a college teacher. I said cocksucker in my classroom. It was actually during the break between classes, not in my lecture. There was a legitimizing context. I was speaking to two students and the conversation meandered around to the Beat poet, Allen Ginsberg. During my misspent youth one of my coworkers in the shipyard was proud of the fact that he was a Dharma bum, that is, he hung out with Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg back in the day in San Francisco. I told the students what he told me about his experience with Ginsberg. He said Ginsberg used to go into a tavern, slam his fist down on the bar, and shout, “I’m a cocksucker!”

    A lesbian student complained about my allegedly homophobic speech to the administration and demanded an apology. I refused and cited the facts that I was quoting someone else and the word was not used in a pejorative manner. For a wonder the dean agreed with me.

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