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Have you ever talked back @ your teacher?
Posted 1/3/12
Told the teacher to do my homework, but that was behind their back while walking away.
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Posted 1/3/12 , edited 1/3/12
Many times, not at teachers that are nice or know what there doing but back in 6th and 7th grade i did a lot (Mostly at subs) i find them to be lacking in knowledge and need to advise them. One time my teacher was talking about how she was voting for some random democrat for mayor or something and i said something like "Typical Teachers are Typical" then she was making fun at me calling a 11 year old an "Republican" and since she was like 70 years old i called her a "Raisin".... Good times. .Sure i was sent to the principle she never got mad because she knew my attitude, so it was all cool!
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Posted 1/3/12
i did quite often only if they are the kind that try to get me fired up and im the type that never loses their kwl just get annoyed and when under pressure i tend to be really slick with words and the situation goes back at them. they usualy learn to chill around me or not talk down to me. i have same rule with every1 that talks to me respect me and ill respect you in same manner. i could care less about titles or age(but i do show more respect to elders)
Posted 1/4/12
A few times, just to defend myself if something happened. One incident though I talked back to the teacher was because he wasn't keeping the class under control and no one couldn't learn, so I called him a failure.
Posted 1/4/12
I was like; buttsex in 5min.
Posted 1/4/12
No but i ran away from the vice principle once. I used to sleep on top of the parking garage on the built in tennis court from 1st to 2nd period for a couple weeks too which was pretty fun.

Kid in my class hit one of our teachers though
Posted 1/4/12
Yes, a lot of times. And I reckon and I still will.
Posted 5/2/12
nope. but i want to try it.
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Posted 5/2/12
My professor, yeah.

I was walking out of a lecture hall about halfway through lecture and he singled me out for leaving.
Him: HEY, YOU! BACK THERE! WHERE ARE YOU GOING!
Me: I need to renew my parking permit!
Him: Ah, for your car, eh? Are you coming back?
Me: MAYBE! *cheerfully*

I walked out immediately after the last line and the lecture hall was filled with laughter for a while. I did go back after I got my permit renewed, but he didn't say anything else to me.
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Posted 5/4/12
Yeah -___-
while i was reporting (senior high)
me: blah blah blah ughhhh..... (i dunno what to say anymore)
english teacher: you didnt study for this?
me: .....
english teacher: what?
me: fuck this shit im out.

and i took my seat. she was fuming mad. /glorious moment over here
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Posted 5/4/12
Never.
Posted 5/4/12 , edited 5/4/12
Yes long time ago
Called the French techer a French frog becuse she pissed me off becuse she was like u should no this am like I hardly no English u stuped French frog and walked out and I was removed from French after that. All thot in year 10 and 11 I meter her againe as techer for my business techer like oh my god and we were like spark plugs ....
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Posted 5/4/12
I'm a grown man. I'd want to try and be polite or whatever but if I wanted to speak my mind to a teacher I would, you know? So yeah I've talked back before.
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Posted 5/4/12
I try not to anymore, but when they piss my off I tend to talk back & yell.
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Posted 5/4/12
I've never been put in a situation where I felt the need to. Most of my teachers liked me a lot [which was pretty awkward for me growing up].
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