Quotes & Jokes about Teachers / page 2


Life experience is the best teacher.

I had a terrible education. I attended a school for emotionally disturbed teachers.

All boys' Catholic school is a lot like going to a regular school, except your teacher is a priest - with benefits. No, I'm kidding. I was never touched by any priest in school. Which makes me think, 'Am I not attractive?'

You know what they would do? They would come to my elementary school with films to show me how to protect myself from a nuclear-fuck-holocaust. They would show this giant nuclear-fucking-bomb just blowing the shit out of everything. Goats and monkeys flying everywhere. The windows of the elementary school blown out, the teacher banged up against the fucking blackboard. But there were the children... hiding safely under their desks.

I was always the class clown, although many teachers view the class clown as a trouble maker. But I always had good grades, so the only thing my parents were told was that while I was intelligent, I talked too much.

In the school I went to, they asked a kid to prove the law of gravity and he threw the teacher out of the window.

I used to have sex with my teachers in exchange for good grades on teacher evaluations.

Teachers have a chance to mold someone, inspire them. I hope all teachers realize that.

My teacher was by and large.... but anyway.

4 in every 8 math teachers think that they should be 1 in every 2 math teachers.

I dropped out of high school when I was 16, after I had a huge argument with my English teacher over the meaning of the word 'existentialism.'

My education was dismal. I went to a series of schools for mentally disturbed teachers.

I'm just so looking forward to seeing Dick Cheney because it's like the sighting of a rare white elk when he shows up. And I don't even think it's Dick Cheney anymore. We see him so rarely that I think he may be my old shop teacher.

What did you learn in school that you still use today? Go ahead teachers, tell me. What? Fear, conformity, don't question authority...

I did have a love for literature that overpowered my hatred of the people who taught it, and I think because I had no respect for the teachers, their attitude didn’t poison the writing that I was discovering for myself.