Some substitute teachers choke under the pressure of temporarily coming in to fill in for the usual teacher. Others thrive and end up being even more successful. This substitute teacher has eyes in the back of his head. Specifically, this teacher has eyes installed in this drawing of him placed on the classroom board.
The resemblance is highly likely uncanny. If this doesn’t scare his students, nothing will. It also feels as if the drawing has been magically cursed to transform into a real-life teacher come midnight. Kids better behave lest they have nightmares. This teacher is evidently not joking.
The Potty Poet
Step by step. It takes some time to master the art of poetry, but sometimes you just flow with your thoughts. Whatever those thoughts may be. It can be hard to filter oneself in a poem. At least for Kimmy. Her potty language stopped the teacher from being too impressed and he made that clear to her mother, Sandra, in the following feedback.
We would all love to know what Kimmy let loose there in the middle of her poem. Clearly, it was enough to get a little written warning! We like to imagine that since then, Kimmy has honed her poetry skills, ditched the potty language, and created something clean and pristine.
We long for the days when sleeping was not only part of our daily routines, just like back in kindergarten, but also actually part of the grading system. we believe if that were the case, we would get A+. Unfortunately, this is not the case, especially for Richone.
Perhaps this was the wake-up call that Richone needed to ace the rest of their classes - completely awake. But it is pretty normal for the odd student here and there to doze off. Either he's just genuinely bored of the lesson, or he was playing way too much Call of Duty on the Xbox last night.
The Knight Who Said “Ni”
This para-knight is in a classroom to hopefully inspire students to be interested in studying medieval England. Or he could just be donning a costume for Halloween. Either way, this costume is not complete if he didn’t wear a British accent along with it - Old English, to be exact.
Is it possible he is simply imitating John Cleese in Monty Python and the Holy Grail? If he is, what subject did he incorporate this costume in? Could it be drama? Geography? History? Hopefully, it is not physical education. We assume that it was a history lesson of some kind.
Watch Me Meme
This teacher is speaking the language of the youth. Kudos to this teacher for making science 100% relatable to the millennial generation. Who doesn’t understand memes? Incorporating lessons about the sun’s mortality into an entertaining meme deserves a Best in Teacher award.
Or, making this picture viral is good enough. Other teachers can learn a lesson or two from this meme. Seeing calculus in a meme would be much cooler though. We hope that the students weren't too traumatized by this terrifying meme. It's pretty strong when you think about it. Some memes hit the nail on the head. Others are just morbid and depressing.