By me - United States - Paris
Today, my Spanish teacher imitated the sound of a coffee grinder, and then said in Spanish, "OK, all of you do it." I did it, thinking everyone else would too. I was the only one in the class who'd understood the Spanish part. FML
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  cakefete2  |  30

From my experience, there is deeply entrenched anti-intellectual sentiment among students in American schools. *puts down dictionary* Basically nerds get beat up... a lot.

  mageepaigeee44  |  15

#43 how about befriend the nerds because you'll find that they're probably the most interesting people at your school. All the "nerds" in my high school are the kids you wanna party with at college now.

  wcc7777777  |  5

I agree with #53, my friends are nerds, me being one, and in middle school a few years ago, the popular kids with the most douchy kids ever (no surprise) and the smartest were the most funny and most interesting in school. It wasn't until high school that everyone realized this.

By  cheflife  |  7

At least you'll be passing with hopefully a good grade while they struggle to say "¿Qué hora es?" Fuck their lives on that part. But must have been funny and embarrassing imitating a coffee grinder on your own

  Peachy2392  |  26

I'm sorry maybe my comment wasn't clear either. What I meant was I think she thought that #3 was wrong. She felt his logic made sense except that his Spanish was wrong, because the phrase he used was different than what OP said. I don't feel like I'm explaining what I mean properly or in a way that makes sense either. Or maybe I'm totally interpreting what she said incorrectly. I understand why I'm getting thumbed down, but at least I tried to explain myself :P

By  JaffaMC  |  13

It's not your fault your class didn't understand the directions. Just tell them that the teacher said to imitate the noise and if they make fun of you, you can argue against it. It must of been awkward, though...