Foot, meet mouth

By Anonymous - 20/01/2016 02:51 - United States - Mission

Today, I was talking to one of my supervisors at my new job. He asked if I knew a professor at the school I recently graduated from, and I decided to babble on about how shitty of a professor he was and how much I loathed his class. He then looked at me and said, "That's my dad." FML
I agree, your life sucks 12 494
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I recommend learning the phrase: "Yes, why do you ask?"

If he was asking about a specific teacher, it's pretty obvious that he knows the guy and that you shouldn't talk shit about him.

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I recommend learning the phrase: "Yes, why do you ask?"

I completely agree

That is really bad luck. Maybe you should have asked him why he was wondering before insulting the professor.

"Whenever you speak, act as if the whole world is listening." In other words, don't talk shit about people unless you are courageous enough to say it to their face. But that would still make you the douche.

I disagree with that. There's nothing wrong with complaining and venting, just make sure you know your audience first

To the unemployments office it is

By the way, Isn't it called the employment office.

No. It's the unemployment office here.

I bet you're gonna hate the son even more now. but you have it coming though.

I don't think it matters if he hates the son, I think what matters is if the son hates him.

Why would he "hate the son even more now"? He didnt hate him in the first place he just thought his father(which he didnt know was his father) was a crappy teacher

I think she means "even more than his father", I guess

Plot twist. This guy actually hates his father and wants OP to help plan the murder.

If he was asking about a specific teacher, it's pretty obvious that he knows the guy and that you shouldn't talk shit about him.

Especially when that professor probably had the same last name as your new supervisor...

Damn I accidentally down voted your comment please forgive my finger slip

I really like #48's comment!! better than some I have seen

A classic. Anytime they ask you if you know someone, you have to ask something like "you know him?", "you had him as a teacher too?" or anything that can give you an idea of what the person will think about it.

dont talk shit wont be shit. btw its highly unprofessional to speak negatively at work about anything. save that garbage for your friends.

Yeah, if he asked it's probably because he knew him.