Category: Rude & Risque

Not Going To Cheer That One On

| NY, USA | Bizarre/Silly, Rude & Risque

(We are learning about stereotypes for stories and how they impact our perspective on the story.)

Teacher: “What are some stereotypical ways you can describe a cheerleader.”

Me: “They are ditzy.”

Teacher: “Okay, they are ditzy dumb chicks. What else.”


(Whole class goes silent.)

Teacher: “I will just the leave the class, if you don’t mind…”

‘Do Re Mi’ Became Do Me

| USA | Movies & TV, Musical Mayhem, Rude & Risque

(In music class, we have just finished watching The Sound Of Music. Our teacher pauses to movie to explain to us what happened to the family afterwards.)

Teacher: “So, two of the children died while they were traveling on the mountain. But, [Main Character] and [Her Husband] had several other children afterwards.”

Student: “So, when they had kids, did they do it on the mountain?”

Teacher: “I’m… not going to answer that.”

This Year’s Books Include ‘Great Sexpectations.’

| PA, USA | Rude & Risque, Technology

(I work at the bookstore and that means we get to handle the textbooks, and students will come in asking for their books. We need their schedule since the books are organized by course. Our university offers an app that includes an easy mobile-friendly page with their schedule on it. All the student has to do is log in. It’s great, except that means students are often times handing us their phones so we can pull the books. No big deal, except we get the occasional call from Mom. That is not what happens this time. I have the student’s phone and am pulling the books when the phone buzzes with a sexting message: a rather graphic explanation of what the student’s girlfriend would like to have happen later. I pulled the books and gave the student back his phone.)

Me: “Your girlfriend says ‘hello.'”

Student: “Oh, s***.”

(Best day at the bookstore ever.)

You Only Have ‘Each Other’ To Blame

| Townsend, MA, USA | Language & Words, Musical Mayhem, Rude & Risque

(In music class, the song we are working on has a line that only the tenors sing to completion, with everyone else cutting off just before the words “each other.” However simply out of habit the entire class sings the whole line. We have gone over this a few times already and keep getting it wrong.)

Teacher: “Look, I know you all want to do ‘each other’…”

(We immediately all started laughing. Looking back on it, he probably did it on purpose.)

A Delayed “Orgasm”

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

(It is first day of my junior high biology class.)

Teacher: “We’re going to be discussing many things in biology and using terminology that some of you may not be familiar with like ‘organism’ which I know sounds like a different word. Do not get them confused ‘accidentally.’ It’s not funny or clever.”

(The class continues as normal for 15 minutes.)

Boy: “ORGASM!”

Teacher: *facepalms as the class kills itself laughing* “Yes, [Boy], that’s the word I told you NOT to confuse with organism…”

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