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#138 - fogglebeast (12/05/2012) [-]
There's a similar annoying scenario with teachers too, of which I'm certain a lot of you guys are familiar with: when they ask you an accusative question, and then you calmly and logically answer it. At this point, all reason suggests that the teacher will accept the reasoning, and all will continue normally. However, that's when a follow-up question squirms out from them - "You have an answer for EVERYTHING don't you?"   
   
Why, in a place of learning would that be a negative thing? Why are students not encouraged to have an answer to everything?  Most of all, though, why do people like that even become teachers?   
   
When the time comes, I shall train my younglings to have an answer to all of life's conundrums... ignoramus teachers will not stand a chance...
There's a similar annoying scenario with teachers too, of which I'm certain a lot of you guys are familiar with: when they ask you an accusative question, and then you calmly and logically answer it. At this point, all reason suggests that the teacher will accept the reasoning, and all will continue normally. However, that's when a follow-up question squirms out from them - "You have an answer for EVERYTHING don't you?"

Why, in a place of learning would that be a negative thing? Why are students not encouraged to have an answer to everything? Most of all, though, why do people like that even become teachers?

When the time comes, I shall train my younglings to have an answer to all of life's conundrums... ignoramus teachers will not stand a chance...
User avatar #162 to #138 - fayeta (12/05/2012) [-]
I've heard the whole 'You have an answer for everything' crap in class a few weeks ago. I dunno why it's a bad thing and isn't it good to show your knowledge to the lecturer/teacher?
#158 to #138 - anonymous (12/05/2012) [-]
I feel you in ways that would normally be illegal. I had teachers that did that **** ******* CONSTANTLY. Why in GOD'S NAME do they ******* ask a question, if they do not expect it to be answered. Does it make them feel so much ******* better to outsmart a bunch of highschoolers? Do they need validation? If so, how the **** did these people pass the ******* exams??
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