There are plenty of teachers that have pets in their classrooms for one reason or another. A turtle is a classic choice, since they’re cute and pretty easy to take care of, and not many kids will have one as a pet. However, most of the teachers keep the turtles in their homes during school hours. They’re small creatures, it just seems natural.
https://www.reddit.com/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/1099q54/my_teacher_has_a_pet_turtle_that_walks_around/ But at least one teacher lets his or her turtle pet roam around the class during school hours – they have shells, so they’re safe, right? Even a high school standing on top of one probably won’t do any damage. So why not let it wander around the class? Maybe it wants to learn something about biology, too. Not many businesses are hiring martial arts experts these days.
I'm Always Available
Teachers work hard, except during summer. Even if they aren't actively working hard at that moment, they sometimes have to make it look like they still have their nose to the grindstone. This teacher at least wanted the chance to sit back and relax once in a while, so he put up a picture of himself on his door to make it look like he was there.
This is a pretty good attempt, but taking a step to the left or right will make it a lot more obvious that it's just a picture — as will knocking on the door.
Choose Your Pencil Wisely
Don’t worry if you’ve forgotten your pencil when you step into this teacher’s class, but make sure you grab the right one. This is called a hexastix, and you can figure out how to make one on your own if you feel like it. Why would you want to do this? Well, it’s quite an impressive look, isn’t it?
https://www.reddit.com/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/9hu44w/the_way_my_teacher_arranges_his_pencils/ It seems like the sort of thing that a madman would create. Or a physics teacher. The two are not mutually exclusive, as almost anybody who’s taken a physics class can tell you. However, you probably can’t use any of these pencils – there has to be something holding a creation like this together, and this one uses glue – if you look closely, you can see it in the picture.
Getting the Seal of Approval
The goal of a teacher is to have your students succeed, and there are few better indications that a student is succeeding – in class, at least – than acing a test. If a student aces a test, they should get a reward! For many, getting a hundred percent on a test is a pretty big reward on its own, but they could always have a little extra, right?
https://www.reddit.com/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/epvu12/my_math_teacher_has_a_stamp_of_his_face_that_he/ How about a stamp of the teacher’s face for the students that do really well? That should do it. That way, you know that you’ve made the teacher happy. You can go home and show your parents the picture of the teacher on your test with pride, knowing that only the students who got a really good grade will be able to do so.
The Leg Bone’s Connected to the Bathroom Door
Try and figure out what kind of teacher would use a real human leg bone as a bathroom pass. Just go ahead and try to figure that one out. No, it wasn’t a Shakespeare teacher. Is it truly a real leg bone, or is it just a bit of plastic that is made up to look like part of the body?
https://www.reddit.com/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/ppe3xh/my_anatomy_teachers_bathroom_pass_is_a_human_leg/ Only the teacher will ever know for sure, and we’re going to guess that the teacher isn’t going to be telling any of those secrets. The police might still be on the hunt. We encourage all teachers to have bathroom passes that are related to their fields of study. Though the biology teachers might have a hard time picking something that works well.