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Teachers give these examples all the time. They are suppose to let you know not to take is seriously, but maybe OP got a little anxious after being used as an example. My ex would do the same sort of stuff.

  JennaNGood  |  21

Not to mention, despite him being a biology professor, this could clearly be presented as a case of sexism and sexual harassment on the part of the professor. This was so fucking uncalled for and disgusts me. A little ironic that the FML is about how OP repulses, when I'm sure with his behaviour, no woman/man would go near him. Fucking dick.

  Jessj958  |  19

@ #40, I've never heard a teacher use a student as an example to completely degrade them in front the entire class! Sure, a teacher may use a student as an example, but a professional should never make rude and inappropriate comments about anyone in front of a class. As a parent, I would be furious if a teacher ever disrespected my child like that!

Sorry that your teacher is such a dick OP. I would report it!

  SuperMew  |  22

I have had biology professors use me as an example for recessive genes because I am a redhead. He used another as an example because they had brown hair and brown eyes. They never said, "This is an example of someone who is so disgusting no man would ever go near them... and look SCIENCE."

If I was Op I would report him to the school board. She should never have been treated like that just because she is not pretty.

By  emily4040  |  18

My teacher said something like that to me. His exact words were, "You're single now because you didn't let him have fun, private time with you." I know he didn't mean it that way but still...


Yeah, I had a teacher that said he wasn't creepy because he "hasn't even touched me creepily YET" to me and my friend in like 5th grade and we just thought how in the world could you expect us to not take that the wrong way?

  Quiet_one  |  22

Yeah, I've never made an official complaint about a person, but a professor commenting on a student's sexual attractiveness or lack thereof is way over the line.