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Aw they grow up so fast don't they *sniff*, but at least you can give those pint-size demons back at the end of the day, and then their parents can pretend they don't see the way they are behaving. -.-

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I love how kids are just so horribly behaved, and everyone's just like "oh, that's just the sugar talking" they never THINK that maybe, just maybe,the kid may have behavioral issues

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I feel really sorry for you. That is so wrong for any person to be treated like that and I don't care who it's just wrong. I would suggest maybe calling the parents and show them the lack of respect these kids are showing you.

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What a strong-willed, thought-provoking point of view, 3. It's clear that much thought was put into your comment as opposed to those who simply rush their comments to be at the top.

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Damn right. Id go home, sign up for college to get a degree in somthin else or atleast apply to a diff job. Then id go to school the next day wearing my heaviest, metal studed, leather belt, lock the classroom door, n start handin out asswhoopins like its candy on halloween in a white neiborhood.

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Doc, I think I'd have to go with B. I have worked with all kinds of kids in different settings and with various behavioral issues. The kids sometimes make you feel like you are teaching in Hell! It doesn't matter, sometimes, how good or bad a teacher one is, it's what issues the kids are having. Also, the kids I worked with had respect for me, as did their parents, but it didn't stop some of them during a "rage tantrum" from calling me a bitch.

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