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The Teachers of Reddit Are At It Again, Revealing Some of the Funniest Not-So Wrong Answers They've Ever Gotten

The secret to a good smart ass answer is to not be wrong. 

That's why these responses to teacher questions are so good. How are you going to argue with them? In most cases, you don't. Just laugh and move on. 

So check out some of the funniest answers that weren't technically wrong but weren't what the teacher was looking for. 

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    They don't teach this in school.

    Text - Mr_Tubbz 377 points 12 hours ago In nutrition class at CC, the teacher asks "what's one of the first things you throw out of the window when you drink alcohol", this kid just mumbles: "standards" permalink embed load more comments (6 replles) [] stinkyrossignol 11.1k points 14 hours ago In 7th grade on a test the question said "Why do some people see some technology as positive, and others see the same technology as a problem?" and a kid simply put, "Because some people are Amish." permal
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    Text - -1 TinuvieltheWolf 273 points 14 hours ago Let's see... One day, my opening question was, "If you could be any animal for a day, what animal would you be?" One kid said, "Humans are animals." Another kid said, "Technically, the devil's not an animal...so I'd be a faun." permalink embed load more comments (4 replies)
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    Text - [- jmeeezy 10.8k polnts 14 hours ago* I wrote an exam where the question was "Can you name three *models of DNA replication?" she wrote, "No." permalink embed
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    Text - [- NinjaDucky9 8235 polnts 15 hours ago Not the teacher but witnessed this in class: Sociology Prof: "Why do you conform?" Student: "It has always been my goal in life to blend in." Soc Prof: "No more questions for you." permalink embed load more comments (281 replles)
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    How you gonna argue with this?

    Text - -] babaoryan 14.5k points 15 hours ago In a class that deals with electricity, I asked the students to name a good conductor. Leonard Bernstein permalink embed
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    Text - - jpsky 8711 polnts 14 hours ago The question: A man has to get a fox, a chicken, and a sack of corn across a river. He has a rowboat, and it can only carry him and one other thing. If the fox and the chicken are left together, the fox will eat the chicken. If the chicken and the corn are left together, the chicken will eat the corn. How does the man do it? Student's answer: "Let the chicken eat the corn, and let the fox eat the chicken. Then bring the fox over." permalink embed
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    They're right, though.

    Text - - Whatsername868 24.6k points 12 hours ago Teaching English to middle schoolers in Korea, asked: "Ok, what's another way you can express surprise in English?" (after going over expressions like, "No way!", "Are you serious?" "Are you kidding me?") Kid yells from the very back of the room: "WHAT THE FUCK!?" permalink embed load more comments (251 replles)
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    Text - [-1 Famous1187 15.4k polnts 13 hours ago) Phys. Ed teacher here I always wear shorts teaching. Parent-teacher conferences roll around, grade 1 student comes up to me with her parents "Mr. Famous1187, I've never seen you wear pants before". I've never responded quicker to a comment before in my life to clear that up permalink embed
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    Text - [-1 bobh20s 4156 points 12 hours ago Teaching English in Korea going over vocabulary words. "Dozen" "Egg Family" Same kid, a month or so later "Evolution" "Monkey level-up" permalink embed
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    Text - -] OhFFSSeriously 6218 points 14 hours ago (On a 3rd grade Charlotte's Web quiz): Give 2 pieces of evidence that support this statement: "Charlotte was a good friend to Wilbur"" "She comforted him and she didn't let him become pork." permalink embed
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