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My Teacher's Crazy Day Hacks Free generator. Corey Brush, Grade 3, Blackalls Park Public School Short Story 2008 Today was the most awkward day of my life because my teacher went crazy. My Teachers name is Mrs Hickey shes normally unlike this but today she is. First she started to jump up and down around the class when she stopped I realised that she had spiky hair and had dressed up as a clown she looked crazy and was crazy. The next thing I saw was that all of the teachers were going crazy they were all skipping down to the field Mrs Munro fell over I couldnt believe what was happening. That was one crazy day. FOLLOW US. The people tasked with educating our children have, arguably, one of the world's toughest gigs — and perhaps funniest, too. From embarrassing moments to super strange encounters, here's everything you won't hear at the teacher-parent conference. Get ready to laugh, smile, and, okay, maybe cringe a little, too, as instructors open up about their most unforgettable moments. The one that was a little TMI "I work in an old gym building, and the bottom floor is a series of tunnel-like hallways and locker rooms that students have used for generations. After going over female anatomy in our reproductive health class, I asked a series of review questions, one being, What is the site of fertilization. A girl raised her hand and I pointed to her, proud that someone remembered the answer so quickly. She confidently looked at me and said, Site of fertilization? Basement of the old gym, that's where my mom said she was. – Jordan The one where the Great Depression lesson was depressing "One time, in an essay on the Stock Market Crash of 1929, a student wrote that because the market went down a lot of people got depressed and and killed themselves, and that was the 'cause of the Great Depression. No amount of explaining, resource material, or even her peers could get through to her that there was a difference between an economic depression and a mental health issue. She kept asking whether everybody was unhappy, and when people said 'yes' she would say, See, they were depressed. –Janice The one that was actually pretty smart "While teaching sex education, a student raised his hand and asked if he could get a girl pregnant if she is upside down. I assured him in no uncertain terms that any way you flip it, you can get pregnant. The class seemed satisfied with that response, but then I looked back and see another hand up. (Oh man, the dreaded hand. I called on him and he said, Well, I was just thinking that it might be, you know, more likely to happen upside down. The class stops and turns to look at him and he continues, You know because of like gravity and stuff. The class nods their heads in agreement. Touché young man, touché. – Nikki The one missing a syllable "I once had a student who could be an absolute terror in class when she wanted to be. She could also be quite pleasant. Her theater arts teacher complimented her good behavior one day by saying, I really enjoy teaching you when you are in a pleasant mood! Some days you can be a horror. The next day, the teacher was pulled aside by the principal and told that she needed to watch her language around students. When she questioned what he meant, he replied, Susie said you called her a whore yesterday. – Jordan The one where spellcheck would've been nice "My mom taught fifth grade for 30 years, and she had multiple students named 'Samatha' because their parents had misspelled 'Samantha' on the birth certificate. –Jackie The one that embarrassed an entire classroom "My husband and I work across the hall from each other in a freshman academy, so we share most of the same students. I was out on maternity leave for the first month of the school year, and I returned just as students were completing sex ed in their health class. One day between classes a young man asked me when I had found out I was pregnant. I told him that was weird and to do the math: the baby was almost 4 months old. Later, he announced, loudly, October. They had sex in October. I'm not sure who was more mortified, the kids or me. – Mandi The one with multiple generations "Two years ago, I finally taught the daughter of a former student. Yes, I have been teaching that long: 18 years. That was a sobering moment. – Anna The one where the teacher needed teaching "I teach language arts, and one of my fourth-grade students told me, This is the most funnest class ever. Mortified at his poor grammar, I responded, Uh, thanks. And then in my head, I'm thinking, more grammar, less fun. – Chante The one where the pregnancy reveal fell flat "During the last two school years, I have been pregnant twice. Both times, to reveal to my students that I'm pregnant, I have worn a shirt that says, I'm so pregnant. Each time, the kids told me how excited they were and asked if I'd name the baby after them. They seemed to understand but then — after each pregnancy! — I've had kids tell me they thought I was joking. You'd think juniors and seniors in high school would be a tad more aware. – Cassandra The one that made use of anatomy props "I was teaching a course on parenting and we were on the unit about development in the womb. I had detention in my room that afternoon and had a life-sized, rubber replica of a woman's uterus with a detachable fetus on my table. There was a student who would not settle down, so I kindly told him he needed to leave. He stole the 9-month replica uterus and ran down the hall wearing it on his head like a hat. I immediately called my principal and told him someone just stole my uterus and that I needed it back. – Morgan The one with the drunk leprechaun "I'm a professor at University of Wisconsin, and St. Patrick's Day is a tough one if you're a health teacher amongst dozens of Irish college students. One St. Patty's day, a student came in dressed in a full leprechaun suit, complete with a big papier-mâché head that became too heavy for him to hold up after he fell asleep in his chair. He fell to the side and rolled down the aisle. – Ann Garvin, Ph. D., author and professor of I Like You Just Fine When You're Not Around. The one with the dead bird "We had a bird in the gym once and the savages in my seventh period threw a volleyball at it and killed it. But then, ironically, proceeded to hold a formal funeral for the bird they named Frank, complete with a full-on eulogy, burial, and everything. – Linda The one with a big misunderstanding "One time, as I was changing modes in the classroom, there was a little misunderstanding. As the students were putting away one project and pulling a worksheet out, I said, We'll have more on that later. The next day, I was called into the principal's office, where one of her students and her mother stood, very upset. The principal asked me, Did you call your students morons yesterday. – Nikki The one that made it all worth it "A junior in my AP English class, Morgan was an intense yet shy girl who was incredibly determined and hardworking, but had horribly low self-esteem and suffered from depression, anxiety, and self-mutilation. She frequently came back to talk to me as a senior, and we laughed, analyzed, cried some, and resolved a lot each time we spoke. But Morgan truly came into her own in college. When she wrote to thank me for encouraging her, and to tell me she was writing poetry, it made me so happy. — Catherine.