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The dumbest thing you got in trouble for at school?
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In one of my high school math classes, the teacher had assigned a page or two of work, and gave us the rest of the class to complete it. I finished with a good amount of time to spare and started working on an English report. The teacher was walking around the classroom, stopped at my desk and asked what I was doing. I told her, said I'd finished my math assignment and showed her that I'd done so.

She snatched the English report off my desk, said, "I won't have you working on another teacher's assignments in MY class," tore up the report and tossed it in the trash. I'd been working on it prior to that, so I was about three-quarters of the way finished. All that work, literally tossed in the trash.

I was new to that class, but using extra time in whatever class to work on assignments from another was something I'd routinely done all throughout school. Other teachers had encouraged it, so it never occurred to me that she (or any other teacher) would have that sort of "rule." And I wouldn't have expected that reaction regardless. Couldn't she have just said to put it away?

I never went back to that class. Asked to be switched to a different one and my request was approved.

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I can think of 3 from middle school. Whoever replies to this first makes the choice. Make a choice


1. The sandwich incident

2. Saw something but did nothing

3. A game of hangman
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Was in math class(class was JUST starting)

Took out my phone to put in on silence

Teacher tells me to give her my phone. I refuse, it's my phone why do I have to?

She tells me to go to the office and I ask why, I'm putting it on silent?

She says because I simply took it out.

Kinda bullcrap reason is that to get sent to the office? Mind you they did nothing but send me back to class lol
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Going to the bathroom....with permission

Apparently I asked the wrong lunch supervisor for permission, I was in elementary school
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haikinka wrote:

Was in primary school. Walking into assembly, and I scratched my cheek. My teacher pulled me to the side and said don't you dare ever scratch your cheek again or I'm going to call your parents. I didn't even have a concept of flipping the bird ahaha.
wow that teacher must have hated you
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Well i remember one time i got in trouble for bringing a dirty comic book to school but it was only because i had let my friends borrow it and they decided to read it during a pep rally. They decided to rat me out but we all got punished for it.

It was funny because when i went into the office he was trying to get me in trouble for having read it at the pep rally but i told him i just owned it and he just said 'oh...' and after he looked through it a bit he chuckled and handed it back to me and told me not to bring those kinds of books to school again. I got more in trouble at home than i did at school
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When I was in Elementary school the teacher failed to arrive on time to the class, so I got bored and made the class form a line, told them since the teacher wasn't there we were going to recess, they all followed and agreed. I was the mastermind behind the whole operation, so my parents got called and I was suspended for a day.
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TrickedMJ wrote:


cyberfaust wrote:


TrickedMJ wrote:


We've known each other for years now




Them eyebrows, but her reaction was cute.

You don't like the eyebrows, friend?



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Back on topic, I have another story.

Back in grad school, I had a teaching assistantship (TA), meaning I taught classes for the department under the supervision of one of the faculty. I had biweekly meetings with the other TAs and the professor at 9am in the dead of winter. I was having some trouble waking up and getting to these meetings on time, and came maybe between 5 and 15 minutes late to these meetings.

After maybe the fourth meeting, the professor wanted to talk to me. She said "do you know what this is about?"
And I decided I didn't want to rule out the possibility it was NOT about me being late, so I said, "no," and it went downhill from there.

So she was chewing me out for being late, and she asked me one of those rhetorical questions about "what are you going to do with your life if you're late all the time?" or something like that, and I had nothing to say in response.

Since I had never talked back to an authority figure before, I decided to try it.

Later the chair of the department, who apparently liked me, told me privately that this professor had apparently tried to get my financial aid revoked.

Kids, don't talk back to your professors/teachers.



And this wasn't even the first time I got in trouble at grad school.
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cyberfaust wrote:

Back on topic, I have another story.

Back in grad school, I had a teaching assistantship (TA), meaning I taught classes for the department under the supervision of one of the faculty. I had biweekly meetings with the other TAs and the professor at 9am in the dead of winter. I was having some trouble waking up and getting to these meetings on time, and came maybe between 5 and 15 minutes late to these meetings.

After maybe the fourth meeting, the professor wanted to talk to me. She said "do you know what this is about?"
And I decided I didn't want to rule out the possibility it was NOT about me being late, so I said, "no," and it went downhill from there.

So she was chewing me out for being late, and she asked me one of those rhetorical questions about "what are you going to do with your life if you're late all the time?" or something like that, and I had nothing to say in response.

Since I had never talked back to an authority figure before, I decided to try it.

Later the chair of the department, who apparently liked me, told me privately that this professor had apparently tried to get my financial aid revoked.

Kids, don't talk back to your professors/teachers.



And this wasn't even the first time I got in trouble at grad school.


Her eyebrows aren't too bad, the guy's eyebrows are tooooo thick though. I can't help but "Talk back" to teachers. With me they usually say something extremely retarded and/or say something that's completely incorrect so I just point it out to them then they get all upset and shit.
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I don't know if I've been lucky with my schools or if my parents did the research. Either way public schools here usually understand how kids get..well the teachers at least.
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I think it was in 7th grade science; my teacher always assigned the most impossible and tedious homework imaginable.. didn't help my class was full of loud mouths who always got everyone in trouble. Moving on I wasn't the best at my grades, I got the occasional C or so but my grade average had to have been a B+ or A at least. She had this rule if you didn't have your homework done than you would get lunch detention. I rarely talked without being spoken to by her, was never late, and did everything I was told.
One morning I was running late to class, bumped into someone, and grabbed everything I thought I had dropped.
..Of course part of that homework was gone somewhere in the hall by the time I realized this (plus the bathroom rules were strict and were limited I think once or twice a week and all of my numbers were up). So I turned it in, half way into class she called me up, and wrote me up to spend my lunch in a classroom confined with a group of people I never wanted to be near. Only time I ever got any sort of detention.. never again with those people, man. ಠ_ಠ
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farting infront of the discipline teacher while she's nagging me about skipping morning assembly.
yes it was intentional.
she is farting from her mouth ,so i go backside.
standing in field waiting for announcement that most of the time have nothing to do with me, that i can just ask my school mate later is fcking pointless
and i got a long hair above what tolerate in the school rules.
and yes i got sentenced to cleaning the school field for a week.
but fck all those .really happy i got out of that hellhole
the only best thing i get from there is 3 buddy for life.
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One time my girl had her phone confiscated by our English teacher. And our teacher left the room and I (was convinced xD) went to go get it from the teachers desk. Later that day, the teacher found me and took me out of my class to talk to me. Threatened to call the police for stealing blah blah blah. I confessed (only because I knew I had been told on since she singled me out) and she gave me two(or three?) detentions.

It was pretty stupid on my part yah but it was more so annoying because I had to go through the BS of my (ex)stepdad's punishment.
Ah, those were honestly fun days though xD We were all so stupid ahaha.
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in primary school i got in trouble for farting
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