By alicia75 - 26/03/2014 23:45 - United States - Elkhart

Today, my teacher told us at least 7 different stories about his cat, Jeremy, and how much he eats. And he wonders why we never get anything done in his class. FML
I agree, your life sucks 39 035
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Turn in notes of the stories and claim it's all you learned.

Hopefully, that makes class not boring, unless it's a fun class.


Hopefully, that makes class not boring, unless it's a fun class.

Stories about pussies in school, what more could you ask for!?!

#21 maybe pussies and cocks make that shit fair for everyone.

On the bright side; there's probably a small small chance the Ops prof could be persuaded to assign a project about cats.

Oh my god, a laughing orange!

Wait till it makes bad puns and jokes.......and has a face

and laughs annoyingly...

...Saying those brutal jokes to excite us... 'Orange you glad I'm laughing?'

that last pun was a squeeze

if I were you, I'd tell him respectfully to move on to the actual educational bit because I'm sure your school fees are sky high in today's economy

Turn in notes of the stories and claim it's all you learned.

I second this proposal.

"Notes show thoughtful and precise ideas. Couldn't have said this better myself. -5 points for forgetting the Paris story."

So, he's that crazy cat teacher every other school has... At least.... Nope. Can't put a positive spin on this one. FYL

I can. Seven is less than eight.

Best class ever?

I used to have a teacher that told us random crap in class. She would then put questions on the exam about these things to see if we pay attention in class.

Can you complain about him to the principle and request to be anonymous?

or complain and tell the principal it was by Jeremy the cat.

Oh crap, stupid auto correct. I must have spelled it wrong. I meant principal. Sorry

Those are the best teachers. You can sit there and do nothing in class!! Unless he's one if those teachers that tries to cram it all in the day before the test and then everyone fails....

I had teachers that actually made learning fun. These types of teachers turned out to be the ones that were hated because they still gave hard tests on material they never covered..

Ok, maybe "best" was a strong word to use. They were just better than the teachers who suck at teaching and were really boring. The ones who made learning fun were the best, I realize that. But it is nice every once in a while, to take a break in school and just listen to your teacher tell stories.

The teachers who actually teach and help you kindly, are the best. Fun is a side effect sometimes.

I always hated classes where you do nothing. It's a complete waste of my time. I'd much rather have a class where I learn something-- even if it's hard work.

I used to love my precal teacher because he was like that...until my first semester of college when I realized I was nowhere near qualified to take calc. Kudos for trying to learn though!

I once had a math teacher who would expect us to know almost everything already just because she assumed everyone had been in her class the year before, which i hadn't been, and whenever I tried asking for help she wouldn't explain and would just go back to her ipad and the day of the test she'd sometimes show us new material that was on the test and so it was terrible.... But she was a "cool" teacher

Jeremy must be really important to him!