People are sharing the things they were told by teachers that will stick with them forever—for better or for worse.
If you're a teacher, you might want to write some of these down. If you're a comedian who does roast battles, you might want to write some of these down, too.
Some smarta** classmate asked our math teacher: "What's the point in this whole stuff anyway? I can't think of a situation where I am using this shit."
He answered: "Honestly, you probably won't use it ever again. But some of the smart kids might."
"What do they call someone who graduated vet school with a 2.0 GPA? Doctor."
My first-term anatomy professor telling us to stop fretting so much about the grades and worry about the knowledge.
I had a home room teacher, that out of frustration one day, ranted about how easy school was.
He said, "We literally give you a book or the text, tell you to read it, then ask you to answer questions. The answers to which are found in the book we gave you. It doesn't get any easier than that. Read the damn books, answer the damn questions, that's all school is"