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Stories of times I got in trouble with principles and teachers in school.

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41 Responses

  1. Ice Cream Sandwich says:

    chat is this real

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    • CrZyGD says:

      very real 💯 ❤❤❤

  2. Owen Meier says:

    It never ceases to amaze me how incompetent schools are when it comes to helping kids who are victims of bullying

    • hellodarkness says:

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    • Kiomon says:

      Remember if ur being bullied ur getting suspended too.

    • Kagehime says:

      I feel this kind of thing has happened to everyone, and it’s not very based.

    • Cheese quicksand says:

      @hellodarknessyoo is that the REAL OPPENHEIMER?!

  3. Green Gale Productions says:

    As someone who almost never got in trouble as a kid, this video still managed to trigger me. School is such an institution of misery.

  4. OlaOrSomething says:

    I love how sometimes schools be like, “if your experiencing mental health problems, or need someone to help you, you can always talk to an adult or teacher in the school,” but it’s like, I’m pretty sure I’d rather not go to a person who flips out on people for eating, and defending themselves.

    • Azaldrascwellen Meruzellininthawainel says:

      they zerg the teachers and school staff with students. the lack of quality was obvious from the fact that the number of interactions that any sane teacher can juggle mentally without losing track is about the same as the number of items that a professional juggler can juggle yet they force their teachers to handle more than double that amount of potential individual concerns because of monetary constraints and the hope that the chance of the number of students needing individual teacher-to-student attention at any given point in time won’t exceed the teacher’s mental juggling capacity. Don’t think to yourself that the trick is easy nor repeatable on a five-days-a-week basis that the teachers have to meet you for. No one should have to be overwhelmed by 17 or so individual student concerns on a day-to-day basis. Plus, the fact that the teachers have to leave you after a year makes trying to solve your problems really difficult, especially when they have to solve another 40 people’s problems after their year with you ends. Plus, how easy can our most critical problems be for them to solve if they still go through their own problems that they had as a child that their school systems couldn’t solve when they were school students themselves? Adults are usually children who survived, not children who got to thrive. We learn as we learn, but it seems we never learn fast enough to obsolesce our damnably useless hindsight, so we spurn our teachers in a situation that we don’t understand but a situation that hurts us nonetheless.

    • NAMAN says:

      Ice inspires me.. My parents said if i get 40K followers They’d buy me a professional camera for recording..begging u guys , literally

    • Rampart says:

      And if you do talk to a teacher you’ll get the response “JuSt Be PoSiTiVe”

    • AlicornHana says:

      Tbh they do be hypocritical

  5. Bomb DotCom 🎗 says:

    It will never fail to blow my mind just how stupid school staff can be about violence.

  6. Birthquake Records says:

    This video unlocked a *_great deal_* of anger and bitterness I had from my days as a schoolkid surrounded by this sort of petty and incompetent authority figures. I graduated _17_ years ago. I’m still pissed.

    • Rae He Him says:

      Over two decades ago, my grade school math teacher performed a problem on the board for the class, and got the answer wrong. I raised my hand and waited to be called on to tell her the correct answer. She told me that she wasn’t wrong and asked how I did the problem. I explained the method I easily did in my head and was not the one we were taught to use. She told me that was why I got it wrong and didn’t understand the correct solution, and I should always use the method they taught, even if it meant having to write it down. So she re-did the problem, discovering in the process that she was, in fact, wrong. When she got the same answer I did, without another word from me, she sent me to the principal’s office “for arguing with [her].”

      I am still angry and bitter. But also, as an adult, greatly disappointed in her and the systems that led her to that moment.

    • AlicornHana says:

      ​@Rae He Himit looks like your teacher there doesn’t know math problems can be solved by more ways than one, or atleast doesn’t remember it

    • ROBIN says:

      this video brought back some very unpleasant memories for me too LOL. i also remember all of the times where the teacher just started lashing out at us and punished the entire class when we either did nothing wrong or only 1 student did smthn wrong. fun times.

    • Mollusck Scramp says:

      core trauma unlocked 🥲

    • Birthquake Records says:

      @ROBIN Did you know that collective punishment is literally a war crime per the Geneva Convention?

  7. Mage of Pisces says:

    Dude ok the whole “talking back” thing messed me up so badly growing up. So many times I’d try to explain what happened, why someone else was the one who did it, or how I didn’t do what I was being accused of. It made me so scared to explain myself to this day, 16 years later, that I’m prone to shaking and going completely silent from anxiety if someone thinks I did something

    And then the honesty thing, I kept telling the truth and was still punished. It got to the point that I, the annoying weird ADHD autistic kid, was constantly used as the scapegoat to the point that even my family started believing the teachers and students over me because my honesty was “lies”?????

  8. The random Jack says:

    The most frustrating feeling I have ever had and will ever have, is the feeling of being blamed for something you didn’t do.

    • Freddman 2986 says:

      Their are few things that make me from
      Happy bubbly sunshine
      I will rip your heart out and show it to you
      In an instant, and that is absolutely one of those things.

    • theshanamaster says:

      HAAHAHAHA im one of the biggest victims to schools bullshit, i swear, i have the baddest taste in my mouth when it comes to issues like this lmaooo racist school i went to apparently

    • Libby :3 says:

      Yeah and if ur parents did that a lot to u growing up u end blaming yourself for everything bad that ever happens even if it wasn’t ur fault and constantly feeling like ur a horrible person 😀

    • flarpadoodle says:

      My aunt accused me of moving her face moisturizer. I didn’t move it.

    • The random Jack says:

      To the people in this comment section, spoilers: while ofc it happens it isn’t as bad as many stories you’d find on the internet. Regardless, what I said is true. Being blamed for something I didn’t do is the most frustrating feeling ever, topping everything.

  9. M00s3r says:

    Once, during my section of art class, (this is 6th/7th grade) a girl from a different section came into the art room sobbing. The art teacher was her mom, and they went into the supply closet to talk and the class erupted with rumors and speculation about why she was crying. There were probably some credible guesses, but I thought, “hey, this is mean. No one would want anyone to talk about them like this while they’re having a moment.” And i said as much. Out loud.

    Just then, the girl comes out and can go back to class, but her mom yells at me to get over to her. Everyone is confused — especially me. The teacher said that ,”[I] shouldn’t say who cares, whether it’s [her] daughter or any other student in class.” WTF, I was trying to stand up for a kid like I would want for me. I kinda snapped and cried and said I told everyone to stop gossiping about her business. Teacher looked very sheepish. Still mad about it. Screw you Erica an Pam — you place way too much importance on sexual attention as a measure of self-worth and assumed that I was doing what both of you would do in my place.

    And I never stuck my neck out again.
    School sux.

    • The Kyle Fyles says:

      That genuinely sucks to hear. But you did the right thing. I can’t say that wouldn’t happen again, but there are people who would genuinely appreciate someone like you.

  10. Whiskey Weaver says:

    When I was in middle school a teacher got mad at me for literally just answering her question. During our recess period, people were going inside to use the water fountains occasionally, but they were using the one that was at the end of the hall instead of the one closer to the door. bc of this i investigated to see why people were only wanting water from the further water fountain and it was just bc the water was colder down the hall. eventually a teacher came outside and she asked everyone why people were drinking water from the further water fountain instead of the closer one, and since i knew why, i told her, but she scolded me and said i was talking back to her?? like girl you asked a question and i gave an answer how is that bad

    • KingRidley says:

      It sounds like it may have been a rhetorical question. Not actually intended to receive an answer, but more to inform you all that you were doing something she didn’t want you to do.

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