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Monday, April 19, 2010

Now That's What I Call a Sticky Situation.

Science Teacher: You know what glue is made of, don't you?
Student: Sure. Everyone knows.
Science Teacher: Okay, what is it?
Student: Semen.

I imagined every kid who had eaten glue in elementary school paused for a moment when they overheard that conversation.

This science teacher is swift, though. He had the presence of mind to ask the students to "hold on to your spherical objects". You learn that lesson, pretty quickly. However, it does ruin the opportunity for your fellow colleague to utter "that's what she/he said" and so you simply swallow it and make the boss happy... That's what she said.


Anonymous said...

Also see: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/02/15/awesome-kid-gets-detentio_n_462837.html :-)


7aki Fadi said...

We say "that's what she said" after everything now. LOL.

PHSChemGuy said...

Wait, is that not what glue is made of?

TeacherLady said...

HackerGentleman, I remember that! I would not have given that kid a detention, but I'd have to fake a look of disapproval and try not to laugh.
7aki Fadi, nice to "see" you again! It certainly is a lot of fun to try to get that into every conversation possible, though I pray it never slips out in certain circumstances... Airports... Courtrooms... Meetings with my students' parents...
PHSChemGuy, no, so please stop bottling your own and selling it.