Aww shit, my bad – I thought Adam said, “couldn’t have done it without you, Mr. Martin”, not “couldn’t have done it without you AND Mr.Martin”… I’m reading this on my iPod so the screen is tiny, sorry!
hahahahahaha am I the only one who noticed the awesome title to this post? “Teachbook”.. you know.. the Law suit thing Lamebook is in due to the name.. same thing happened with Teachbook and Placebook except facebook won them.. Gotta love Lamebook for that!
I would be tremendously pleased if any of my math students declared that they had made, say, analysis their bitch. Darryl sounds like a sanctimonious windbag. Much like me, but sanctimonious.
If I were Adam, I would have made a case that making chemistry my bitch was totally acceptable and had already happened, and if she didn’t put out for Darryl that’s his problem and is probably because he has a tiny brain.
International Baccalaureate students are encouraged to have close relationships with their teachers. With the way the certificate is structured, teachers act as facilitators, much like good university lecturers and tutors. And, as usually only private schools have the resources to offer the IB, students are generally more respectful and receptive to teachers.
I don’t know what this submission is doing on Lamebook, actually. It’s simply a nice moment between teacher and student similar to what I experienced many times during high school. The words ‘bitch’ and ‘suck it’ were fine to use in a humourous context infront of teachers, and the teachers shared the joke. Also, it was common for students to thank their teachers so courteously, so I believe Adam truly means it and is not just backtracking.
mad2, if I didn’t know you to be an idiot and a tool I would have assumed the irony in your comment was intended and I would have had a little chuckle. But instead I’m here touching myself. I really am.
No, teacher, I don’t drink at all, haha. That was merely a joke, to test you. *cough* You passed!
Ricardo~ Reeeeeeed Rocket! Yummm.
Adam, I made Biology my bitch so bad that I was bored, sleepy, yawning, and piss ass annoyed at the idiots who were so confused at everything. Then I bent my fetal pig over, named him Bob, and spanked him.
True story: Once I quickly got over the aspect of dissecting a fetal pig and holding it, I freaked out my group by trying to get at it’s brain to look at. Sadly the skull was too developed. Before finishing, I decided to squeeze the sides of it’s jaw together and force the mouth open, making it talk. Ah, good old immaturity. I think we did actually name him Bob…or maybe Wilbur.
Does it bother anyone else when people say bahahaha to indicate laughter? Is the b really necessary? I don’t think anyone laughs like that except for maybe evil geniuses and it bugs the hell out of me to see it everywhere on facebook.