Today, my teacher called a friend and me out of class and told us we had been reported for plagiarism because our answers to a problem were nearly identical, and he said that I shouldn't have shared my work. This for an assignment where significant marks were awarded for collaborating with peers. FML

by R / 09/05/2016 at 6:27am / Australia (Victoria) / Miscellaneous

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  • I like to imagine that there's one person responsible for each category of FML. One douchey teacher that goes from school to school, screwing students over in FML worthy fashion.

    As for the terrible boyfriend/girlfriend category, we'd have one person, moving frequently, making insensitive comments ("It's okay, I don't find your fatness too ugly"), and cross dressing to be the perfect bad boyfriend or girlfriend.

    It gets harder once you reach the children and pets categories, but you get the idea.

    #6 - On 09/05/2016 at 11:52am by Tripartita

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  • If he assigned the assignment he should know that answers might be similar, especially if the question is the same. Maybe he'll let y'all change a few words around. If you get in trouble for this go to your principal's office, he/she might have more sense than your teacher.

    #5 - On 09/05/2016 at 11:49am by almost_there44

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