March 08, 2019
February 03, 2019
Nice going, but it wont cut.
Back to the principal’s office for being sarcastic!
Are you sure it’s not m-a-i-z-e?
The one and only time I ever got in trouble with a teacher was due to sarcasm. 4th grade. My teacher tripped in front of me and, in a brief flash of insanity, I quipped, “Don’t trip!” LAST time I ever did something like that.
getting the last word, mr. brown?;)
Charlie Brown spelled MAZE right.
Too late now. Haha
Bit late now, Charlie Brown.
But still… WAY TO GO!
Not at all sarcastic! This was back in the days when students were genuinely polite to teachers. Today’s parents would likely cringe at their little darlings having to apologize for their rude behaviour.
You forgot Mae’s
Charlie Brown does try his hardest. Give him credit where it’s due.Then he’ll slowly climb out of his maze.
Kids these days, say a LOT worse to their students, and the teachers quake in their boots. “We can’t spank the kids – that’s abusive.” “We can’t put the kid in detention, that will stunt his social growth.” “We’ll just let him get away with it, and hope he grows out of it.”
You’re very welcome. I knew you would love it.
Have a lovely weekend!
see what did I tell y’all???!!!!!..it ended like I said it would Charlie apologized to the teacher and then spelled maize the right way
oops maze what you get caught in…one time Jack and I did at the spookhouse on Halloween that was scary!!!!!!!!
That’s our Charlie Brown!
@Leprechaun AllanOnce told my daughter “If I catch you doing drugs, I’ll smack you into next week!” She replied, “I’ll report you to Child Protective Services,” to which I responded, “Oh, that’ll make it stop hurting, eh?”
<The one and only time I ever got in trouble with a teacher was due to sarcasm. 4th grade. My teacher tripped in front of me and, in a brief flash of insanity, I quipped, “Don’t trip!” LAST time I ever did something like that.>
How about “Have a nice trip, see you next fall!”? :o)
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