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An elementary school nearby has a great big rock on the edge of the playground. The kids aren't allowed to climb on it, but of course everyone wants to, so some of the teachers call it "the poison rock," implying that if you touch it you will be poisoned. Other teachers refuse to go along with this ruse, so the kids all argue about whether the rock is poisonous, and they run and touch it if they're feeling really lucky...
i used to think that teachers were from another planet if i saw a teacher eating or drinking i was fascinated cuz he was acting human
At primary school, my female teacher had a large walk-in store cupboard that she called the Marmalizer. She used to imply that if you were naughty she'd put you in there and bad things would happen to you! I did get to go in there once, and nothing happened. I was just lonely and bored in a store cupboard until the end of class!!! But we were all scared to death of the Marmalizer. I used to believe that there were monsters or something in there!
when I was in first grade our teacher was out on maternity leave and in her place was a young substitute. She had pale skin, and really dark hair, and she had really big teeth... or at least we thought so. Me and my friend were convinced that she was a vampire and every time she did something mean we would make a slash on a secret piece of paper then we tried to use the paper to prove to everyone else that she was a vampire....thankfully she either never found out or let it slide.
when i was young i thought that teachers were like witches ..they just teach and go away somewhere and return back to teach....i thought that they had no life....heheh
My parents are atheist and I thought it was something unique about our family (not that we were the only ones, just that it wasn't common). When I went to school, we had to write a few things about ourselves. One of mine was "I don't believe in God." I'm not sure how the teacher took that.
I used to think teachers lived at school. Both of my parents were teachers, but I thought they were allowed to live at home just because they had me.
They used to call professional development days "teacher's workshops" when I was in school. I though they went to actual workshops, with benches and hammers, like elves. I was always disappointed they didn't bring they made to show the kids the next day.
Sometimes at school, the teachers would say things I hadn't told them and would say things like "a little bird told me you're getting a cat" and stuff. I thought it was because they were psychic, but in reality they'd been passing notes with my parents.
Our music class would be right next to the faculty lounge where all the teachers would go...During class I'd smell all of this food cooking and felt like going on in.
I was convinced that the teachers would
go into the lounge and press this little button,wherein would result as a magical kingdom with a swimming pool,
tropical rainforest, clouds all over the place and an un-ending amount of candy and food.Which they lived in after school.
I used to think that the cafeteria workers were actually lunch teachers, and the janitors were really the cleaning teachers.
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
I used to believe that my teacher,Mrs. Fite, because of her name would fight kids and other teachers. Of course this is when I was in 1st grade. I liked to aviod my teacher because of that belief
I guess I had it in my head that teachers were always at school and didn't have lives like us "normal" people. When I was in second grade I saw my teacher at the grocery store and it was so strange seeing her in a "normal" place like that.
In kindergarten, I thought the teacher was my mom. I wondered how she got to school before me without taking the bus.
In nursery school, I believed that the teacher was called Miss Penketh because of the pen behind her ear, and the assistant was called Mrs Smiley because she was indeed very nice and smiley.
My mum secretly knew that I preferred Smiley to Penketh lol, although that's just because she was prettier, although Miss Penketh was a nice teacher anyway. Coincidentally I have also had two different music teachers called Mrs Hall, as in the music hall, and a neighbour called Mrs Lane, like saying 'Mrs Lane who lives down the lane'. She was a scary old Scottish lady, who we always avoided, but laugh to look back on.
When I was real little, I had a habit of chewing on wooden pencils. All my pencils had teeth marks all along the barrels. My teacher, whom I loved and trusted, told me that if I didn't stop, trees would grow in my stomach and the doctor would have to do surgery. I quit chewing pencils--I really believed what she told me!!
When I was in elementary school, I thought teachers didn't go to the bathroom. Mine never did. I can't recall when I realized they did.
When I was in Kindergarten, I believed that my teachers were the most intelligent people in the world! Why?... Because they knew how to spell mine and all the other kids names.
I used to think the nuns at school were Daleks. You could never see their legs when they walked along the corridors so they seemed to drift like real Daleks. I used to attack them on sight. Eventually (when I was 6) I got hauled off to see an educational psychiatrist because during art classes I just used to draw rows and rows of dozens of short vertical lines with a black crayon. When the teacher asked what it was I kept drawing I said "It's an army of nuns coming to get me.".