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  dudeitsdanny  |  9

Yeah, it's not a big deal. I have my voice teacher's number, even went to her apartment once.
I also have my psych teacher's number, but she rejected me on FB ;P
I have my former philosophy teacher's number, too. Just in case I ever need him to write me a letter of recommendation. Same with my ex-archaeology one.

It's not that uncommon to interact with teachers outside the class in college, especially since maintaining a relationship of any sort with them opens up some doors for recommendations.

  ag96jones  |  0

im in high school and i have my principals number. granted, is mostly because i work at my school. but still and i have a few teachers i work with on facebook. they friend requested me! and i actually friend rejected one :$ ahahah

  DocBastard  |  38

Jjustin - Try it this way:

"Wow, 120, you're such a Grammar Nazi!"

No, no, don't thank me. It's a public service. Oopsy, does that make me a Grammar Nazi too?

  calcetines  |  0

Doc, you're merely trying to save the damned. He/she/it is already infected with the terrible curse of having poor grammar. He/she/it is already too far gone... :(

  erongetti  |  2

Dear God of the phone & other technologies: please, PLEASE, help us poor folk with our grammar, sentence structure & language difficulties in general. There is about to be an uprising like one never seen before...virtual personalities are about to round us inferior "others" up for our laziness & mis-use of the technologies you've given us. Please, O Lord of the 4G, give them a soft heart. Let them accept us as we are & understand that auto-correct & capitalization are a pain in the ass!

  revan546  |  24

In college a lot of professors are more open to giving out their number just as a matter of convenience. In a public high school the teacher would probably get fired lol.

  Celesta  |  11

Cant -noun:
1. insincere, especially conventional expressions of enthusiasm for high ideals, goodness, or piety.
2. the private language of the underworld.
3. the phraseology peculiar to a particular class, party, profession, etc.: the cant of the fashion industry.
4. whining or singsong speech, especially of beggars.


Edit: Ops, reply to #17

  TayonaC  |  10

lmfao! your picture is HILARIOUS!
that's cool that u have the balls to walk around like that... unlike me :)
all my friends were like what is tha- oh it's a person...

  rainydaygirl  |  0

I have my theatre teachers number and my choir teachers also, and am in high school. The teachers use texting to get in touch with students when we are on trips and such.