Category: Rude & Risque

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Your Naivety Is Touching

| Cincinnati, OH, USA | Language & Words, Rude & Risque

(My ninth-grade science teacher is a bit of a hippie, as well as a 42-year-old single southern man with a very thick accent, living in a northern state, making him very clueless sometimes. Two boys are messing around in class.)

Teacher: “Boys, stop touching each other!”

(Everyone is trying not to laugh, but we end up silently giggling to ourselves. My teacher doesn’t understand what’s wrong with what he said, and is clearly confused as to why we are laughing.)

Boy #1: *laughing* “Sorry, [Teacher].”

Teacher: “It’s okay. You can touch each other later!”

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A Different Kind Of Shaq Attack

| Colorado Springs, CO, USA | Language & Words, Rude & Risque

(We are in Spanish class and my substitute teacher is going around tossing a ball to students and telling them to describe a famous person.)

Teacher: *tossing it to Student #1 who sits next to me* “Shaquille O’neal es…?” *Shaquille O’neal is…?*

Student #1: “Shaquille O’neal es… Uh how do you say rich?”

Teacher: “Well, I know rica means rich as in tasty meat.” *goes to Google it*

Me: *quitely so no one else can hear* “Shaquille O’neal had tasty meat.”

Student #1: *turns to me* “You’re a bad person.”

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Formulaic Bad Language

| AZ, USA | Language & Words, Math & Science, Rude & Risque

(We’re in chemistry class, and are doing equations with formula units. Since that’s a little long to write out and say, most of the time we abbreviate to ‘f.u.’, which looks fine in writing.)

Teacher: “Okay, [Student], what did you get for problem three?”

Student: “37.2.”

Teacher: “37.2 what?”

Student: “F.U.”

Teacher: “…”

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