Christopher Walken is not allowed in this teacher’s office after office hours. Besides him, walk-ins are also not accepted. This teacher wanted to get his point across, minus having to deal with explaining himself. This picture is more than enough to deliver a message while making anyone not feel bad about not being able to walk in.
It would be a treat, though, if the real Christopher Walken actually walked into the school and demanded to walk into the teacher’s room for the sheer joy of seeing him walk in. Maybe if every student wished hard enough, maybe he will someday.
Blackmail Won’t Work
This student learned the facts of life the hard way. Unfortunately, a teddy bear drawing had to be sacrificed in the process. He wanted to get an A grade so much that he took it upon himself to take a teddy bear drawing hostage. Alas, the teacher had something else in mind.
Kudos to the teacher for doing the right thing. Sadly, teddy had to go in the end. Still, teddy did not die in vain. Thanks to teddy, no student would ever have to bring up the kidnapping and hostage of a teddy bear just to get an A. This teacher is someone you don’t want to mess with.
Do You Feel Guilty Now?
This teacher is not afraid to take things to the extreme. His students’ grades were so bad he literally died – or at least pretended to. Apparently, he believes his students killed him. Thus, to show his students he is deadly serious, he brought in a casket and lay inside it.
Either he wanted to make his students feel so bad, or he simply wanted them to study hard enough so he would no longer have to do this stunt. It is currently unclear if his plan worked, though. But maybe, an easier route would be to make easier test questions or change his teaching strategy. Alas, the casket is more entertaining to look at, though.
Cereal vs. Serial
If this were as easy as pronouncing tomato, this picture wouldn’t have reached the level of being viral. Though cereal and serial sound the same, they are completely different entities. One is edible, and the other denotes something continuous.
Instead of this teacher simply correcting the student’s spelling error, he decided to take it up a notch by literally drawing a cereal and killing it – the way the sentence described it as such. Cereal killers seem to denote everyone hungry enough to have them for breakfast. Everyone has been a cereal killer at one point in their lives. Raise your hand and say yay to cereal killers everywhere. Yay!
Honesty Is the Best Policy
The student could have asked the teacher for extra credit or bonus points just because of the teacher’s spilled beer. Though the teacher could give a reason that it was the paper’s fault that he started drinking anyway, spilling beer on a student’s paper is uncalled for.
Still, not many teachers would be honest enough to `fess up. Kudos to this teacher for admitting the fact that beer is the drink of choice during paper grading. Still, bonus points would be cool indeed. A point or two would be more than enough. After all, teachers need something to take the edge off.