By Anonymous - / Tuesday 10 December 2013 17:26 / United States - Springfield
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By  onealmxwilson  |  18

Well at least it's not actual book work. I prefer doing work online

  mcm_3  |  16

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  TvSmith  |  8

Then the teacher is going to be like, " You could have went to the local library (which has computers) or something." Either way that's OP's grade going down for not just doing the work.

  chriisteex  |  10

I'm in Dallas right now, and we are not used to snow at all. We just had a snow storm that has been turning to ice overnight. There were literally cars skidding all over the road, the weight of ice knocking down trees and patios, and a lot of accidents. The city urged us to stay OFF the road. So this excuse could work....

By  Calaraphea  |  16

Wah, I hate my teacher for doing his job!

  ashalayx  |  13

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By  sporteeholmes01  |  15

Awe that sucks!! Just what Everyone wants to do when school is closed!! (Wink wink)

By  calilovesneb  |  12

Don't complain, schools have to make up for the closed school days and extend the winter quarter longer. At least this way you'll stay caught up and probably be able to finish on time as originally scheduled.

  TheDrifter  |  23

Depends on the school division, some already have more than the required minimum in class hours and don't have to make up lost snow days. On a mild winter mine would have a couple "study days" before exams after all the lessons were done.

  cryssycakesx3  |  22

they add a few extra days at the end of the year but they'll take away vacation days first(MLK day, shorter Christmas/Easter break) so the days don't have to be made up at the end of the year.

By  wunderfuck  |  10

Say your dog ate it

By  joea21  |  21

Some teachers live to make sure no one has a happy life.

  Welshite  |  39

Yeah, they sure screwed my entire life up by ensuring that I passed my exams with flying colors.

I had a self-professed "anal" professor who worked her students to near-exhaustion. She was strict, over-bearing, and lied about her exams. She was honestly the best professor I've ever had.

  lnsc10  |  8

I can only think of one teacher who lives to make students miserable. That's my Spanish teacher who told us she hates teenagers, being asked questions, teaching and Spanish. Other than that, no. Teachers do not live to make students miserable.

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