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| Romantic | November 6, 2013


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Not Always Learning | Learning | November 6, 2013
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This Test Is Eeeh-Zeeh

| LA, USA | Learning | November 6, 2013

(My high school physics teacher has a habit of ‘helping’ us during tests. Sometimes he ‘forgets’ to erase a formula off the board, or leave a note up… things like that. We are about to take a test on a particularly hard chapter. It is right after he passes out the tests, which are always multiple choice.)

Teacher: “Alright, does everyone SEE number three?”

(We look at each other in confusion.)

Student #1: “Uh… yeah… what about it?”

Teacher: “Oh, just wanted you to really SEE how it’s worded.”

(I catch on.)

Teacher: “Okay guys… everyone BE careful on number eight!”

(Everyone reads #8 and looks around at each other, getting what he’s doing. A few minutes pass…)

Teacher: “Man, that number 10 is just DElightful!”

(Everyone scribbles. A few more minutes pass…)

Student #2: “Sir, do we SEE number fifteen?”

Teacher: “Um… yes. Yes you do!”

(Needless to say, everyone passed the test!)

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Keeps The Scientific Method At Arms Length

| San Antonio, TX, USA | Learning | November 6, 2013

(We’re in physics class. The teacher is pointing to something on projector screen.)

Teacher: “And if you can see this angle right here…”

(He pauses, staring at his shadow.)

Teacher: “My arm is really hairy, isn’t it?”

(He proceeds, in silence, to light a match and set his arm hair on fire, then beat it with his hand.)

Teacher: “Okay, who wants to smell my arm!”

Down Blunder

| NYC, NY, USA | Learning | November 6, 2013

(The math professor is known for being absent-minded, but brilliant. He’s absolutely reliant on his TA, who’s from Germany and runs all his day-to-day affairs. Today’s the first day of class, and the professor is showing us photos from his summer vacation.)

Professor: “…so after India, we spent a week in Austria, and [TA] was kind enough to teach me some German: ‘hallo, ich bin eine Amerikan Mathematik-Professor!’ But I found out that everyone there spoke English.”

TA: “Ah, but everyone will treat you better if you show them you speak some of the language!”

Professor: “I tried! They just told me they couldn’t speak German! Is the entire country a practical joke?”

(The next slide is a photo of him excitedly waving near a kangaroo.)

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