Remember when you were a kid and you saw your teacher at the grocery store or the doctor’s office? That felt weird, right? So many of us have a memory similar to this, and the strange feeling that happens when your school life melds with your home life stays with you for a while.
One Reddit thread highlighted a similar phenomenon when a poster asked if anyone currently works as a teacher at their childhood school. They were digging for dirt, and dirt is what they found.
Teachers who ended up working at schools that you attended as a student, what behind the scenes secrets, dirt, or teachers lounge gossip did you learn that you were clueless of as a student?
And the answers do not disappoint.
The biggest surprise for me was that the teacher I adored as a kid is actually a douche. I loved him as a teacher when I was 14 years old, but I can't stand him as a colleague.