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When I was little my mom told me that if you shew gum at school, the teacher would put it on your nose and make you wear it the whole day. Because my mom told me that, I believed it. I believed it for the LOGNEST time. Later, when kids began to bring gum into school, I would wonder why the teachers never said anything. I actualyl thought it was in a rule book that if a student is caught chewing gum they'd have to wear it on their nose. I must've been nuts to believe that for so long.
My little brother, when he was in 1st Grade, used to believe that his Principal had a bed of nails and he would make the bad kids lie on it. I think his idea might have come from the fact that the principal's name was Mr. Screws. He came home one day because he got into trouble at school and was terrified that the principal would come get him and make him use the bed. (We lived across the street from the main entrance which didn't help matters)
I used to belive that teachers were evil.....that why they made us do homework.
When I was 4 I thought that teachers were like Mr.Ratburn on Arther.
I used to think that the teachers storage room was actually their bedroom and when all the pupils left they would sleep in there. I thought that was why the teachers were always at school so early and we were never allowed in their storage rooms.
In my schol the teachers parked their cars in a row in a car park which the kids could also run about in. One day I decided that every different car colour had a different flavour. My friends and I ran around licking the yellow car for a lemon taste, the red for strawberry and so on...
When I was in elementary school I believed that the teachers had buckets down at their underwear to go pee...Cause they never did! All us kids used to pee like every hour or so, and the teachers never did...So, I came to the conclusion in the 2nd grade that they peed in buckets under their dress'
I was told that children of different ages were in different "grades" in school -- first grade was when you were six, fifth grade was when you were ten, etc.
However, my birthday is in February, which is in the middle of the school year. When I was in Kindergarten, I started getting increasingly worried right before my sixth birthday because I thought that after my kindergarten class held the usual in-class party for me, my teacher would pick me up, physically drop-kick me out the door to the classroom, and leave me to find my way to the first grade classroom by myself.
in the first grades I used to believe that my teacher didn't sleep, go to the bathroom, eat, have family or kids, have home. It was a sensation when I discovered that she was a human being like me. I couldn't come out of the shock for several weeks.
my aunt said, if you want to impress your first grade teacher, this is what you must do.
say, 'hi mrs. dobieski. how is mr. dobieski, the lazy lout, and all the little dobieskis.
i did and my parent's were surprised i made it to the second grade
When I was in elementary school in kindergarten till first, the vice principal was named Mr. Ebneth. I couldn't pronounce it right, so I called him Mr.EggBreath! Since I was just 5, I didn't get in trouble, he just laughed. ^-^
I used to believe that one of my schools supply teachers was actually a dog-person, because of her jowls. I used to think she would go into the supply closets and morph into a dog once everyone had left school.
i used to think that at night all of my teachers turned into my soft toys so they could keep and eye on me.
In first grade my teacher told the entire class that she was 104 y.o. like kids we believed her. I told my mom and brother. And my brother who had her 15 years before told me jokingly that she was 104 when he was there to. I was confused but for some reason I continued to believe that she was 104 until my mom later confermed that when I was there she was about 50.
When i was in primary school, i used to belive that the teachers were robots, and were turned off and locked in the cupbord when the wern't used!
when i was in the 1st grade i used to think that my mother would wear something to make herself look thin and a mask and come to school to teach me and so i used to keep giving my class teacher wierd looks.
Every Friday at my school we would always have chocolate milk instead of regular milk, so that morning I had drank my milk but it was expired. The teacher had always said if we were sick to run to the bathroom and you didn't have to ask. I was always a good kid and I thought it was rude to just walk out of the room and I raised my hand to ask if I could go to the restroom. She told me she would answer my question after she had finished her lesson. I put my hand down but I wasn't feeling any better so I raised my hand several more times and got the same response so I got up to ask her if I could go to the restroom and right when I got to her I threw up all over her shoes, the whole class laughed and the teacher almost cried because her shoes were new. I was sent to the nurse, while I was visiting her ,the principle came in to ask why I didn't go to the bathroom when I first felt sick. I told him I tried but the teacher wouldn't let me go so I thought that she got what she deserved for not letting me leave, he agreed and my mother was called to the school. We had a meeting and I ended up changing teachers. I was glad because I didn't really like her anyway.
when i was in kindergarten, i used to believed the teachers in school would set cameras in the kids' houses and spied on them. so everytime i got scolded by my parents, i would feel embarrassed to go to school because i thought the teachers would going to tell all the kids in school.
i used to think that when u where bad and got sent to the headmaster's office, i thoght you would be chained and locked in a cuboard for the rest of the day.
When I was in primary school, maybe 7 or 8, I was in a school assembly and our principal was making a speech. He was just joking around with us when he said one of the secretaries at the school was a ninja and that we had to keep it a secret. I really, truly believed the woman was a ninja and that if we told anyone, we'd get detention.