We get a best-of from one teacher, which includes some of the top hits: live animals, pranks, and more. We have a bunch of questions. Why bring a live bird inside – and how, exactly, did the teacher confiscate it? Just let it out the window? Then there’s the hand buzzer. Was it just a harmless prank? Yeah, that’s pretty much what they are. Still, not nice to have in the classroom.
Then there’s the luchador mask. Why take that away? We know there are dress codes, but it seems a bit unnecessary. Wait, was everything listed here from one student? That would have been great.
The Catholic Church Has Been Called
This is like something out of a cheesy horror movie from Netflix, but according to this teacher, it really happened. Just like with many of the other stories on this list, there are lots of questions that we could ask. How did such damage occur? Why did the student think it's necessary to bring the plastic statue to school?
Finally, for what reason did the teacher decide to keep the statue “for many years”? That's the start of the horror movie, but at least this one seems to be a little more original than “childhood fable turns out to be real.”
Sneaky Bites of Meat
We're on this kid's side. Salami is super tasty, and we know that teachers don't often like their students eating in class, since it's distracting for a number of reasons (smell, sound, etc). This student wasn't about to take it lying down but didn't really go about it too well. Someone repeatedly sticking his face into his backpack is going to attract attention.
The best part about this story is the student could have been of literally any age. A young student could do this, but it almost seems more likely for a college-aged student to do this.
Ah, the Classics
You just can't beat the old tactics. This seems like something that is right out of the fifties with a superman mag hidden behind a history book. You'd think that kids these days would be a little more tech-savvy, using their phone to watch Netflix or something like that behind the history book. Or an English book, in this case.
You gotta give the kid credit for trying to have some fun in class without making it too complicated. The comic book was still confiscated because the classroom is a place for learning and not reading comics, but good job kid. You'll go far in life.
Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire
We'd love to know how this happened. Or, we'd love to know how this person wasn't tested for being an arsonist right away. We're sure there's a test for that. Though there might actually be a reason for this beyond “kid had a lit match inside his or her pants.”
The friction of pulling the match out of the pocket might just have provided enough heat to catch the accelerant on fire. Denim can provide a lot of friction, and some of those pockets can be pretty tight. Still, why did the kid have a match? Probably not for a good reason. CONFISCATED.