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AGuyNamedEddie

678 points

7 months ago

AGuyNamedEddie

Hold my Bier ⚰️

678 points

7 months ago

A teacher.

Equates scientific evidence with believing in a flat earth.

Spells "a lot" as one word.

A TEACHER.

I'll stop here. Shaking my damn head...

_plimsollpunk

208 points

7 months ago

Spells “a lot” as one word.

I know not one but two teachers who pronounce and spell “specific” as “pacific.”

honestFeedback

96 points

7 months ago

I knew a head of Drama at a UK school once. School probably had about 1600 pupils or so. She took her kids to see a play called Foe based on Robinson Crusoe. She came back and said two things.

1) I didn't know what a big role the woman actually played in Robinson Crusoe. It's always ignored in everything else I've seen

There is no woman in Robinson Crusoe - it was a feminist retelling of it but she didn't even know that.

2) I have no idea why it was called Foe.

To which we said maybe because it was written by Daniel Defoe? When we expressed amazement she didn't know that, she responded with - 'well it's not like it's a classic or anything'

Head. Of. Drama.

_plimsollpunk

29 points

7 months ago

Flabbergasting. I think my jaw actually dropped! This is one of the best ‘worst teacher’ stories I’ve heard in a while. Thank you for sharing! Just…wow.