. Regurgitated Alpha Bits: That's a Good One

Saturday, September 3, 2011

That's a Good One

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phew...

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OK OK...giggle giggle...ok... I'm ready now...teeheee...

Get this! The new teacher at my school came up to me on day 3 of school and asked...

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if I...

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have any advice...

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on how to handle GEORGE!

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HAHAhahahahahamystomachhurtsfromlaughinghahahahaha!

She seems like a great teacher. She should be...

 FINE! AHAHahahahahaaa!!!HAHAHahahaOhGodICan'tStophahahahahahahaha!!

5 comments:

Fern Smith said...

God Help Her! We've all had a "George" but not quite like this guy! She only had about 177 more days to go! :)
~Fern
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Stacey said...

I always love it when the next year's teacher is all nonchalant about the kid. "Oh, he's been great! No problem at all!" And, then, a few weeks later, it's hit the fan and they are all, "What in the world is wrong with this kid?"
Not to say I haven't been this teacher myself...it's just kind of nice to know (in a sick kind of way) that certain kids give EVERYONE the same trouble they gave you.

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Mike said...

How many times I've had that in my days of teaching inner city! Strangely, my advice never seemed to work. I guess if you're not going to figure it out on your own...

Edna Lee said...

I don't mean to imply that she CAN'T find ways to help George.

I mean that I couldn't help him, no matter what I tried.

She was coming to the wrong source for help with him.

(A far more talented teacher than I, she will probably have a great year with him.)