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18 Hilarious Posts That Show The Highs And Lows Of Being A Teacher

"Some kid in my English class goes by the name squash and my teacher done fucked up and called him zucchini."

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1. If you're a teacher, you probably have to put up with a lot of bizarre and annoying crap.

2. So you make the best of it.

My kid's math teacher made crowns w all the fidget spinners she confiscated during the year. Brought them in for la… https://t.co/X620AiDxAb

3. You wouldn't ever tell your students how funny you find their mistakes.

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7. Not that the purity of older kids can't astound you too.

Our principal told these two boys that their jeans was nice so they went back to the mall and got him a pair too...

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9. But also from bonding with them.

Teacher has unique handshakes with each student. "It was just one or two students and then it became contagious.”… https://t.co/vkqXRlo64N

10. It's always amazing when your students care about you as much as you care about them.

We surprised our teacher with kittens because her cat passed away yesterday💗

11. You have to keep to a strict standard of professionalism.

High school teachers: I'm not going to share my political beliefs, it's unprofessional College Profs: what is the square root of fuck trump

12. Sometimes your students surprise you with work that can only be described as "genius".

One of the fifth-graders I work with made this in his science class. It wasn't even for a grade.

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13. You probably have to put up with a lot of teenage angst.

this is so great, i love my school

14. And accept healthy criticism from your pupils.

My daughter actually submitted this feedback at school. Not sure if I should ground her or buy her ice cream...

15. Every day is different and interesting.

My sister teaches at a high school in Virginia and she just sent me this video of their county lieutenant dancing t… https://t.co/fLz6t96Qsh

17. And sometimes, just plain bizarre.

Found on the floor after class in a middle school: a relationship contract between 8th graders. (He signed it)

18. But there are always a few things that make it all worth while.

So I walked in the classroom and found this letter on the desk that one of my kids wrote me and... I tried so hard… https://t.co/3JpSSQIKHW