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FML - The follow-up

Today, I was in my Honors English class. I sneezed very loudly while my teacher was giving a lecture. I had the genius idea to say, "Sorry, I'm allergic to bullshit." FML

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This is the follow up: My teacher did laugh it off but sternly told me to never do it again or I will be suspended from her class. Thanks for publishing my first FML!
By Catuser / Thursday 6 March 2014 03:09 / United States - Bracey
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#62 1. You're breaking the rules: no offensive behavior/speech is allowed here. 2. Who are you? The grammar police? It's just a comma, no need to insult people, so give it a rest.

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@#65 - Perhaps it was for the sake of the teacher themselves. A Honors English teacher being of a higher caliber and such. Usually honors classes are made out to be pretty serious as well. Something along those lines.

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Did anyone notice that what OP just said came straight from the movie "I, Robot?" Shortly after the scene where Will Smith listens to the USR chairman's speech...

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When I was in high school, my teacher assigned an in-class reading of the most ridiculously stupid short story to ever be written. When she excitedly asked how we liked it, I responded "it was a waste of my life." She never forgave me for that.

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As it has been suggested: enjoy your minimum wage job. Ungrateful cretins, such as yourself, definitely don't deserve the gift you are given on a daily basis. Your parents are able to go to work without paying exorbitant childcare fees, you get social interactions, something to keep you from being bored all day, and a basic education that allows you to survive and/or thrive in the world today. Do us all a favor. Shut up and be grateful or go home. *drops mic* Ok, I'm done....

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I dropped it after I stopped talking. :-) You didn't miss anything. I was taking a stab at myself for my preaching moment. Kids these days though... Her name is Malala.

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#7, you are going to get some education, life is funny that way. But I am afraid the education you are going to get will be painful and expensive in so many ways.

Yeah because the words "excuse-me" definitely don't come to mind when sneezing. You're allergic to bullshit? Then you should have sneezed again after hearing your own remark. -_-"

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It doesn't sound like the teacher was doing anything other than his/her job. You don't need to insult people who don't deserve it. Especially in front of others (in their own classroom). It was a clever reply but you should think before you speak, it didn't need to be said.

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Most teachers have pretty thick skins. I could write a book about all of the rude things kids have said to me and this is on the tame side-- and not very original either (sorry OP-- but I'm willing to bet your teacher has heard that before!). I have a pretty good sense of humor (and justice) and when this has happened before in my classroom, I would make the student give an impromptu speech about why the topic is bullshit. I've actually had several good classroom debates about the purpose of the

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That's funny-- I was thinking it was YDI just because of how unoriginal it is-- but I've also been teaching high school for 15 years and there's little I haven't heard before.

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