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I used to believe that teachers lived in sleeping bags under their desks up until fourth grade.
When I was about 7 I thought that teachers lived at school year-round. My mates and I would dare each other to look in the teacher's lounge to see if there were beds in there. We never did. Then one day I had to take a note to the teacher's lounge and i discovered no beds. I figured they were in the closet.
When we got to ask any question we wanted to the first thing that came out of my mouth was "Where are the beds? Why don't you live at home with your husband?" My teacher had hystarics. During confrence time my teacher told my mum and dad about my question. They cracked like eggs. OMG!
I used to think teachers lived at school during term time, and in the holidays they packed up and left. I had no idea why I couldn't find their beds.
when I went to school I thought that teachers live in schools and they are made to be in schools at all the time. I failed to understand that they have a family ad are as human as all people
I used to believe that teachers were not real people, that because they were at school when I left school in the afternoon and were there when I got there in the mornings, that they lived there. I also didn't think they ever ate or used the restroom.
I used to believe my teachers lived in the classroom. It was a total shock the first time I saw one of them in a supermarket.
I believed that our teachers lived at school. They were teachers--they had no reason to leave :)(
When I was little I believed that teachers slept in the school...didn't have families or lives of their own. Hehe.
my little brother was shocked when his teacher asked him to get something from the store-room at the back of the class.he thought that it was her bedroom n that all the teachers slept at school in the night and lived in the staff-room!
I had a friend who used to make things up all the time, and she once told me that the head mistress of our primary school lived in her office because one time "Her and her dad" had come in to the school at 4 o'clock in the morning (no explanation as to what they might be doing there) and saw Miss McEwan in her office, and my friend claimed that she said "What are you doing here?" and the teacher said "I live here."
I really hated it when my friend made stuff up. It made me wonder whether she was entirely sane.
i used to think teachers lived in the classrooms b/c they were there before you came and after you left.
My old primary school had an upstairs that was out of bounds, and I was convinced that must be where the teachers slept.
Until first grade, I thought all the teachers lived at school with all the other teachers. They didn't have a family or kids of their own and I also thought they called the other teachers by Mr. or Mrs. too!
When I was little, my Dad told me that teachers never left school. When I got there in the morning, they were there. When I left, they were there. One time I saw my teacher at Safeway and I said "What are YOU doing here?!"
I didn't think that school teachers lived normal lives like other people. I was shocked when I realised they actually went home after work!!
It never occured to me as a child that teachers lived in houses. I thought they lived at school...
I thought all the teachers slept at school.