Thanks to their years of experience with tons of students; this teacher knows how to make a funny comeback while also giving this student a lesson about protons and their charges. As much as this student wants to beat this teacher, you simply can’t beat Teach in his own game.
Next time it would be best if this student studied well instead of guessing the answers and giving a bad joke. This teacher would have been more lenient and probably would have given this student a passing grade – at least. We love how the teacher was able to continue the joke.
Teachers being sarcastic is their way to subtly get back at their students while trying to wean off the stress of the job as well as the lazy answers of their students. Instead of getting mad, this teacher answered the student in a way that would also elicit laughter.
This student clearly did not review for the exam. Teachers are mostly heartbroken for spending all the time and energy to teach a lesson only for it to be not paid attention to by students. In this case, this evident sarcasm is rightly deserved. The word "white" is already in the question - how can you possibly give it as an answer?
Let It Rip
This teacher is polite and rude all at the same time. If you think being both at the same time is not possible, this teacher is a diamond in the rough. Teachers are clearly humans, too; at times, they are too human, though.
When this teacher had to let it rip, she was polite enough to warn the students not to get close to her or else bear the brunt of her lunch or late breakfast meal. Either that or this teacher intentionally wants to keep the students away for convenience’s sake and is using something gross to make her excuse believable.
This Clown Is Not Clowning Around
A lot of people are scared of clowns – at times, with good reason. There is something odd about a person with white makeup on and a smile perennially stuck on their face. But some people have an irrational fear of something else. When a teacher overheard a student expressing his fear of gays and equated them to his fear of clowns, this teacher stepped up to the plate.
This teacher dressed up as a clown to make a statement that there is really nothing to fear but fear itself. Bad grades are something to fear, too, so study well and mind your own business. No need to dip into the clown business or anything else.
Who knew Darth Vader had it in him to teach middle school, grade school, or high school? Either way, this rare moment is proof that even evil can change into good. That is, if Darth Vader is teaching students the dark side of the force, then we are all screwed.
But if Darth is simply teaching students the basics of algebra or the Pythagorean theorem, kudos to Luke’s dad. Maybe Darth can transition to vocational cooking classes and teach kids how to properly wield a sword when cutting beef. Of course, Darth would use his lightsaber to point at things on the whiteboard. Of course.