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    May Theme Of The Month: Movie Mayhem!

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    Introducing May’s Theme Of The Month: Movie Mayhem!

    Entering is easy:

    1. Submit a funny or interesting story about this month’s theme: Movie Mayhem! Share a story about how your school experience can relate to the movies!
    2. At the end of the month, we’ll feature our favorite Theme Of The Month stories in a roundup!

    You Made The Wrongest Diorama

    | ON, Canada | Health & Body, Language & Words, Students

    (We’re taking up some eighth-grade math when a kid from the sixth-grade class comes in.)

    Classmate: “Yo, [Kid]!”

    Kid: “Yo.” *to my teacher* “Can we borrow some cardboard?”

    Teacher: “Cardboard boxes?”

    Kid: “Yeah.”

    Teacher: “Totally! What do you need them for?”

    Kid: “Math class. We’re doing diarrhea.”

    (Stunned silence as the kid realizes what he said. A look of horror comes over his face.)

    Kid: “I meant diagrams! Diagrams!”

    A Moment On The Thin Lips, A Lifetime In Their Memories

    | Payson, UT, USA | Rude & Risque, Teachers

    (I am in my ninth grade biology class in a very small, conservative town. We are learning about genetics and dominant/recessive traits.)

    Teacher: “Now I have thin lips, which are a recessive trait. My wife says that they aren’t very good for kissing but I make up for it in other ways.”

    (It takes the class a second to realize what the teacher said before erupting into laughter. A look of shock and horror crosses the teacher’s face as he realizes what he said.)

    Teacher: “No, no, no! That isn’t what I meant! I swear!”

    Various Students: “Sure, you didn’t!”

    (Needless to say, we didn’t let the teacher forget that for the rest of the year.)

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    A Pretty Save

    | Bay Area, CA, USA | Language & Words, Students

    (We are in high school Japanese class, learning how to state reasonings for things. The teacher is asking us yes/no questions, and we are answering in complete sentences with reasoning.)

    Teacher: *in Japanese* “Do you like Japanese class?”

    (A male student who jokes around a lot raises his hand, and the teacher calls on him.)

    Male Student: “Sensei ga kirai na node…” *because I don’t like the teacher…*

    (The teacher’s jaw drops, and the class bursts out in snickers. Upon seeing everyone’s reaction, the boy’s eyes widen, and he clarifies.)

    Male Student: “No! Not ‘kirai!’ KIREI! KIREI!”

    (This changes the meaning of the clause from “Because I don’t like the teacher” to “Because the teacher is pretty.” The class giggles a bit more, and he finishes his sentence.)

    Teacher: “Okay. He wants ‘A.'”


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