Funny comic created by a frustrated kid in class.
Teacher: Did you get the present I left you?
IT Guy: I’m scared to ask……what present?
Teacher: The two old VCRs and broken computer stuff I left in your office
IT Guy: OH! You’re the person who left the broken garbage in my office.
Teacher: yeah, I though you would want them
IT Guy: FOR WHAT?
Teacher: I don’t know…..
IT Guy: My office is not a garbage dump (actually it is…..see previous post)
Teacher: I thought I was doing you a favor
IT Guy: You thought cleaning all the old, broken shit from your room and dumping it in my office when I am not there is helping me? I’m all set all favors.
Student submitted Story: During my first semester at college I was forced to sit through an intro to sport and exercise class. My teacher was always so preachy about why sport psychology and namely she was the best thing since… well, anything.So a few weeks into the class she begins one of her preachy rants by illustrating the glass perception test. I am a devout optimist and so I was a little peeved when she began painting those who see the glass as half-full as idealists and ‘head in the clouds’ type people not worthy of taking seriously. She went on to illustrate pessimists as pragmatists and intellectuals of the highest order. I raised my hand.
Me: I am confused.
Teacher: About what?
Me: well the glass is representative of reality correct?
Teacher: yes of course.
Me: so if the glass is representative of reality, then how we as individuals choose to perceive it does not change the glass. If I say the glass is half-full that does not change the fact that the glass is half way full. Likewise, if I said the glass is half-empty, the glass will not lose volume. SO in reality, our perception changes nothing about reality, only how we perceive it, meaning neither viewpoints are ‘realistic’ in any sense.
Teacher: um you are absolutely right. (awkward silence) Lets move on then………
Kids 2 – Teachers 0
Teacher: ” Is email down? I have not been able to get emails for a few days now”
IT Guy: Maybe no one is emailing you.
Teacher: “Everyone else is getting them”
IT Guy: Everyone else is more liked than you.
IT Guy: I’ll be right down.
Secretary: You have me hooked in to your Gmail.