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By Liz / Friday 9 January 2009 08:54 / France
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By  Eir_fml  |  0

that's what happens when you're all talk and no action. I liked the teachers that disciplined strictly more than the ones that would allow idiot classmates to do whatever they liked, personally.

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By  Eir_fml  |  0

that's what happens when you're all talk and no action. I liked the teachers that disciplined strictly more than the ones that would allow idiot classmates to do whatever they liked, personally.

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  IMTHEGREATEST  |  0

bitchy bitchy bitchy still bitchy (bitch song for people who aren't funny)

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  tehman117  |  21

I agree except in some cases. In kindergarten during silent reading the next person who talked had to stand on a square for fifteen minutes. I yawned and didn't even make a sound doing it. Guess what I got to do

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  Link5794  |  16

Corporal punishment is okay as long as the parent or legal guardian is the one delivering it, and as long as they are careful not to go too far. That's how I was raised, and my dad accidentally broke my hand. With a leather belt. Funniest injury ever. Anyway, it is not the right of a teacher to inflict corporal punishment. They should send a note home and let the parents decide whether or not to inflict minor injuries on their child.

By  Ljones264  |  0

Haha. I've had a similar situation. I said "the next person who makes a peep looses 20 points on the test" this smart ass goes "Peep". I said "Aaaaand now you have a 90, good one" He said "Peep, peep". I responded with "that's now a 70, wanna keep going? Your grade can't take much more of a hit." He didn't peep anymore.

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  capslockisgood  |  19

That's not legal.

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