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OP here. The child was holding the pencil when I asked for the high five and *might* have not realized what he had done, but he isn't one to follow the rules, which I enforce more so than some of the other teachers, so he could have done it on purpose. I'm not really sure. All I know is that it hurt! But at least he should know now to not stab people.

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OP here. The child was holding the pencil when I asked for the high five and *might* have not realized what he had done, but he isn't one to follow the rules, which I enforce more so than some of the other teachers, so he could have done it on purpose. I'm not really sure. All I know is that it hurt! But at least he should know now to not stab people.

He was just holding it when I asked for the high five. I don't know if he forgot to put it down or if he just felt like stabbing me (which would make sense since he doesn't like me...)

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why's this in the intimacy category?

Maybe he high-fived her with his other "pencil"

Hey, I resemble that remark!

y'all need to get off my boi rich

#1- Fixed it!

I still see it marked as "intimacy"...

I'd say OP got pretty intimate with the pencil.

Kids do result from intimacy

This is a great pointer to avoid in the future!

It's not the pencils fault, it's the person behind the pencil. Don't blame me for your misery, you'll survive OP.

Point well taken, OP!

Did he just like stab you with the pencil or did he puroosly put it between his fingers so that he can stab you while high fiving?

He was just holding it when I asked for the high five. I don't know if he forgot to put it down or if he just felt like stabbing me (which would make sense since he doesn't like me...)

Dont be fooled; he knew what he was doing.

I did this to myself a long time ago. Still have the mark under my skin

My kindergartners are really good about putting whatever in their hand down before giving me a high-five. So it makes me wonder about that student

What kind of math worksheet is a 4-year-old doing?!

Basic addition and subtraction probably

It was a Christmas-y counting worksheet.

OP here. The child was holding the pencil when I asked for the high five and *might* have not realized what he had done, but he isn't one to follow the rules, which I enforce more so than some of the other teachers, so he could have done it on purpose. I'm not really sure. All I know is that it hurt! But at least he should know now to not stab people.