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I use to believe that teachers would live at school and sleep under there desks :) lol
i used to belive, like any other kid, that teachers lived at school cause it looked like they never left. i saw my kinderdarden teacher ant the supermarket and i went up to her and said "what are YOU doing here?" she said "buying food. i don't live at school." man was i surprised!
I thought all the teachers slept at school.
In first grade, my teacher had a blanket and pillow on the rug where she read the children stories. People said that the teacher used the blanket and pillow and slept on the desks at night and never went home. I believed this intill my mom finally said that my teacher had a life other than teaching children all day^_^
When I was in kindergarten, I used to believe that they locked the teacher's in the teacher's lounge at night.
I believed that our teachers lived at school. They were teachers--they had no reason to leave :)(
I used to believe that teachers lived at school. They did not have personal lives and devoted their whole life to teaching little kids their abc's. I thought this was because nobody ever wanted to marry them. I got really confused when my 2nd grade teacher told the whole class she was engaged.
When i was in kindergarden and first grade i thought teachers lived at school and they transformed the classrooms into their houses when we left at the end of the day.
I used to believe that teachers lived at school, and that all they ever did was make lessons and teach, even during the summer. At the time I was eight or so, and I used to feel really bad for my teacher, so every day before leaving for the bus to go home I would walk by her and say, "Sorry!"
When I was in the third standard, I used to believe that the very top floor of our school was for teachers to have their meetings and sleep and party and all sorts of stuff. I thought that students who went up there either got a nice prize or a nasty beating. When the 5th students and the 6th students went up to their classes, I though that such a lot of kids were very bad and a lot of them very good. Now I'm in the fifth standard, on the third floor. Now I know that teachers have real homes; I was so embarrassed!
When I was little I believed that teachers slept in the school...didn't have families or lives of their own. Hehe.
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 think that teachers actually lived at school! I wondered where they slept in the school, maybe in the teacher's lounge?
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 believed that teachers never left their classrooms. I belived the teachers room had pull out beds and they had actual food in the cafeterias that the teachers ate. I thought that there were secret buttons in the bathrooms that unveiled showers when you pressed it. I was wierd. I also believed that if you wanted to be a cafeteria cook, you had to take special classes on the art of ruining food. I brought from home, mind you.
I used to believe that all teachers lived at school!
When I was about 6, I was convinced that all the teachers in my school lived in a very large, one room basement under the school, and that somewhere there was a big elevator they took to get to their basement after school when all the kids left. I then had my heart set on finding hte elevator and finally convinced myself it was in the janitors closet, and for at least 3 or 4 years would run past the door for fear that a mad teacher was going to jump out and grab me and no one would ever see me again.
When I was little I thought that when all the kids left school the teachers would stay in their classrooms and sleep on their desks.
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!!
I used to think teachers lived at school, and slept there at night.