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20 Frustrated People Share The Most Screwed Up Things Teachers Put Them Through

Many of us can thank our teachers for inspiring us to embrace our passions and take on careers that we didn't think we'd achieve in our wildest dreams. That's some teachers though. Other teachers are negligent, selfish bullies who have no respect for other people, and have no desire to help kids learn. Sometimes kids are dumb, but that's not necessarily the teacher's fault. These teachers here though are grade-A douchebags.

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    Text - arisia70 19.4k points 15 hours ago When I was in 2nd grade, my mom died. When i was in 3rd grade, the evil witch of a teacher held me back from recess one day for something. While it was just us in the room, she asked if I went to church. I said no. She then told me that I was going to hell and would never see my mom again. I hated that bitch
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    Text - Little_Mommy 18.9k points 16 hours ago So when I was in kindergarten I didn't make it to the bathroom in time and wet myself. Went to the nurses office got new clothes but instead of panties I had to wear a pull up, not a big deal. I guess it was a school policy for kids my age I don't really know. When I get back to my class my teacher loudly says "oh good the baby is finally back" or something like that. She also knew about the policy and asked if I was wearing a diaper so every other s
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    Text - TreeStaratSeerT 6.8k points 14 hours ago During quiet reading time teacher brought me to front of the class because I was reading a book for girls, and he asked me 'why are you reading a giirrrls book? Are you a GIRL?'. Then made me chose a book for 'boys' to read. I was maybe 10 or 11? The book was Matilda by the way.
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    Text - BinaryPeach 5.9k points 16 hours ago I was in the 4th grade. Found a dry erase marker on the playground. I wrote my initials on the tire swing. Classmate rats me out. I get yelled at for like 20 minutes straight about vandalism of school property. She starts going off about how it's the first step to becoming a criminal. Being a little kid, this scared the shit out of me. It was probably another two years before I believed that I wasn't going to become a criminal as an adult.
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    Text - lolypin54 12.6k points 15 hours ago S One time i was on my period and I asked the teacher to go to the bathroom multiple times, she refused to let me go. Eventually I stained my uniform and the chair I was so embarrassed that I started crying, when my mother found out she made the school fire that motherfucker.
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    Text - Lifio13 5.1k points 17 hours ago Teacher told me I was a liar to the whole class as she didn't believe my grandmother was a world war II evacuee. She refused to believe me as she assumed my mum was younger than she looked at the time, and therefore my grandmother was younger as well. She thought my mum was in her late 20s when in reality she was in her early 40s at the time.
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    Text - eDgAR- 1.1k points 16 hours ago I had a religion teacher in high school named Mr. Nguyen, who was working on becoming a Jesuit priest and was a really cool guy. He always had a smile on his face and did his best to make class a fun experience for everyone. There was a kid in my class who was a really annoying smart ass, but Mr. Nguyen was always really patient with him, until one day he pushed him too far. I forgot exactly what the kid said, but it definitely crossed the line. Mr. Nguyen
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    Text - erinkjean 11.3k points 15 hours ago The girls in our elementary school were given proto-sex ed before the boys. The basic puberty stuff, your body is starting to change, you might develop breasts, sweating, all that stuff. They made a huuuuuuuge stupid deal about keeping it quiet. It's the girls' little secret. Don't go spreading it around school. (It only occurs to me now that that... is kinda dangerous in the wider scope of things.) Anyway, my best friend was a boy and naturally, I skip
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    Text - Havic000 5.0k points 16 hours ago Mine is more of a light-hearted "traumatic". In 4th grade I collected Yu-Gi-Oh cards and I had gotten the (at the time) new Three Egyptian God cards. Well I was caught playing with them during class and my teacher took edited 2 hours ago them from me and threw them out. I was devastated after all the packs opened and cards traded to acquire them. I never forgave her. Did they ever end up being worth anything before all the reprint boxes? I would've loved
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    Text - ImGumbyDamn It 9.0k points 14 hours ago My 4th grade teacher had a reputation for making boy in her class an unpopular scapegoat each year. Lucky me. In previous years I'd been just another kid in the playground, but within two months the other kids wouldn't play with me during recess. One day I refused to go outside for recess. She asked why, and I foolishly told her that the other kids didn't like me. When they one came back in, she marched me to the front of the class, and asked for a
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    Text - JosieCotton 3.9k points 14 hours ago I'm 65, and I still remember when I was 6 and the nun told me to wash my desk and then wring out the sponge, and when I squeezed it instead of twisting it, told the whole class that my mother was a bad mother because she had not taught me correctly. I knew if I protested that my mom was a good mom I would be punished. It still bothers me that I didn't stand up for her. Why did that nun have to put me in that position? Godammit.
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    Text - edited 2 hours ago ctilley83 1.6k points 16 hours ago I had a teacher in 8th grade who obviously didn't like me. She was awful. I was kind of having a hard time fitting in and getting emotionally bullied. Then my parents got a divorce, and I admit I was off at times and it probably showed that I took it out on other students. So before class started, I was goofing off with other children and she turned at me and said, "you realize nobody likes you right?" I was taken back and just kind of
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    Text - Meeka1631 3.9k points 17 hours ago I had a teacher who found out I was bi and refused to let anyone sit in the seat next to me at my table. It wasn't like I was in the back of the class I was dead center front row and she said it out loud to the class
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    Text - varro-reatinus 1.6k points 16 hours ago Didn't traumatise me personally, but I had a first year lecturer in classics who went out of his way to terrorise the class His first words to us were, "I suspect as many as half of you cannot read." He then administered a test, which two-thirds of the class failed. He was not shy about voicing his rather gleeful displeasure. (I did well enough to avoid his wrath, and, annoyingly, get singled out for praise.) He would routinely throw questions at st
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    Text - archdemonblood 1.3k points 16 hours ago Listening to my health teacher explain that all gay people were child molesters. (I was openly gay.)
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    Text - mapleysyrupy 7.9k points 15 hours ago Iwas bullied really bad. Kids kept drawing awful ugly photos and leaving them on my desk with profanity towards my appearance. I had enough one day after dealing with a lot of abuse at home and the bullying at school and when I saw another broke down crying and brought it to my teacher. She just grabbed it looked and asked if I wanted it back. Did nothing to help, wouldn't listen to me about the constant bullying and did absolutely nothing. I was in 7
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    Text - quantumboss137.5k points 16 hours ago We were discussing Jean Vanier and L'arche. For context, Jean Vanier decided to invite two intellectually disabled men to live with him and started setting up homes for them so they wouldn't be in asylums. The teacher looked right at me (I'm disabled) and said: "oh yeah, Vanier created those homes so you people wouldn't be bothering people because the handicapped don't function in society." My friend I left just to talk it out. He got fired a few year
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    Text - QueenMoogle 2.8k points 17 hours ago 6th grade. I was 11. Hadn't been diagnosed with ADD (now ADHD) yet. The only way I could pay attention in class was if I doodled in the margins of my notes, and bounced my legs. My history teacher noticed I did this, and if he caught me he'd rip the page out of my edited 13 hours ago notebook, show it to the class, and marvel at what a bad student and unintelligent person I was, to everyone.
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    Text - CharlieGallie 7.3k points 13 hours ago When I was in high school I got a lot of nose bleeds. Like a lot. So I got one in the middle of class and I asked the teacher for a tissue, she said she didn't have any so I asked to goto the toilet to get one then she said no. Soon I asked again when blood what dripping from my hands and she yelled at me for 'repeating myself which is apparently bad. Soon a puddle of blood was on the table then I got sent to isolation for 'disrupting the class. I wa
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    Text - 15 hours ago LOO00OL4833 1.7k points Not so traumatic, but was a very bad experience for many My science teacher subtracted 3 points of everyone's grades because he HAD A BAD DAY, half of my friends didn't make it to the next year
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