By qhu / Saturday 23 October 2010 02:15 / United States
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  dudeitsdanny  |  9

Just what I came in to say. I'd be rolling my eyes at my teacher if he/she couldn't use "discipline" correctly. And I did! When one used "affect" instead of "effect" and insisted I was wrong(along with a bunch of idiots, that was my non-advanced class and it was obvious). But now I'm rambling off-topic

OP- I hope his parents make you regret that. It's an obvious difference, especially when just one eye rolled.

  knibbsy  |  4

Glad you guys noticed "discipling" as well. OP, you completely fail at trying to play the Jesus card. Would Jesus try and turn someone with a lazy eye into one of his disciples? Hell no! He would punch that person in the face, turning the lazy eye into a properly functioning eye. Then he would recruit him. You're so ignorant, OP.

  nikkibeez  |  0

I agree. nothing you can do about it.. bit this day in age if you really hurt the kids feelings, they could go home crying and the parents would sue you & try to take your teaching license away.

  Rei_Ayanami  |  18

#60, The teacher was punishing the student for acting out, and while doing so they mistook the students lazy eye as disrespect towards them, which can also cause the student to be in trouble.

By  DrAwesome  |  6

"I've been waiting.
I've been waiting for this moment all my life.
Something something else."

Okay, I don't listen to "Lazy Eye" often, bite me. You understand where I was going with this.

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