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  • I don't even remember her name any longer, but in middle school, I had one nutcase teacher who absolutely loathed boys and said so. She even insisted that the boys sit in the front where she could keep an eye on us. She loved to ridicule the males in the class, then call on a girl and praise her for her answer no matter whether it was right or wrong. That was my first exposure to blatant sexism.
  • His name was Mr. Sanders. He was never mean to me but I seen him lose it and beat a student with a desk chair. Of course he lost his job from this but he was always mean to the students and would rant and rave about everything. It wasn't until after he completely lost it they found out he had over 200 complaints against him through out his employment there and nothing was ever done about it. The school got sued and most of the staff was fired.
  • I don't remember her name, but she was freaking weird. Picture a person with absolutely no personality. She talked like a robot and acted like one too. There used to be a rumor that she was a government experiment.
  • Mrs. Large. Unless you were rich, she did not teach you and gave you bad grades and told you that you were not rich enough to be taught and she separated us into groups depending on how much money your family had. The rich was taught and given special attention and the rest were treated like garbage by her.
  • I had a teacher that allowed another student (and past friend) to ridicule me. Whenever I stood up for myself she would give me detention or talk to me sternly. Once after a long morning of being insulted by my former friend, I yelled back at him "Oh yeah, if your brains were in your dick, you'd have none." this teacher immediately grabbed my arm and took me over to the sink, put two squirts of dispensing soap on her fingers and shoved them in my mouth. I never told because I felt I had done something wrong to deserve that treatment.
  • Odious creep named Miller......
  • Miss Jenson. Not mean just a liberal nut job. Every essay that challenged her democratic heroes got no higher than a C. I was a great writer, I got A's on almost every essay written fot every other class the whole time I was in highschool.
  • Mrs. Bushel, a huge scary, angry Welsh woman. If you so much as breathed, she'd ave you!
  • Mr Squeers.
  • The worst I remember was a woman named Mrs. Ferris. I don't recall what grade I was in but it was early in elementary school. She had it out for me. I just remember her trying to catch me doing things. One day I was bored in class (par for the course). She was teaching math and The mathbook we had had pictures which I always found very interesting so I would flip through my book looking at pictures while she tought class. I was smart about it... I would go over the problems she was teaching and remember the answers as I continued on through the book looking at the pictures. Well, she thought she had me when she asked me what the answer to a question was. I already knew it and even though I was on a completely different page I gave her the right answer. Now that I think back on it I think my mother spent an amazing amount of time in conferences with my teachers.
  • The worst I remember was a woman named Mrs. Ferris. I don't recall what grade I was in but it was early in elementary school. She had it out for me. I just remember her trying to catch me doing things. One day I was bored in class (par for the course). She was teaching math and The mathbook we had had pictures which I always found very interesting so I would flip through my book looking at pictures while she tought class. I was smart about it... I would go over the problems she was teaching and remember the answers as I continued on through the book looking at the pictures. Well, she thought she had me when she asked me what the answer to a question was. I already knew it and even though I was on a completely different page I gave her the right answer. Now that I think back on it I think my mother spent an amazing amount of time in conferences with my teachers.
  • The worst I remember was a woman named Mrs. Ferris. I don't recall what grade I was in but it was early in elementary school. She had it out for me. I just remember her trying to catch me doing things. One day I was bored in class (par for the course). She was teaching math and The mathbook we had had pictures which I always found very interesting so I would flip through my book looking at pictures while she tought class. I was smart about it... I would go over the problems she was teaching and remember the answers as I continued on through the book looking at the pictures. Well, she thought she had me when she asked me what the answer to a question was. I already knew it and even though I was on a completely different page I gave her the right answer. Now that I think back on it I think my mother spent an amazing amount of time in conferences with my teachers.
  • The worst I remember was a woman named Mrs. Ferris. I don't recall what grade I was in but it was early in elementary school. She had it out for me. I just remember her trying to catch me doing things. One day I was bored in class (par for the course). She was teaching math and The mathbook we had had pictures which I always found very interesting so I would flip through my book looking at pictures while she tought class. I was smart about it... I would go over the problems she was teaching and remember the answers as I continued on through the book looking at the pictures. Well, she thought she had me when she asked me what the answer to a question was. I already knew it and even though I was on a completely different page I gave her the right answer. Now that I think back on it I think my mother spent an amazing amount of time in conferences with my teachers.
  • Grrrr! AB glitch!
  • His name was Mr. Means.
  • Miss Nyberg, 6th grade. She didn't like me and mispronounced my name on purpose and said things to me like "you're so smart, why don't you raise your hand and answer the question?" I was painfully shy, only ten years old..I had skipped a couple of grades and was younger than everyone else. I have no idea why she took such a dislike to me. I wanted nothing more than to be invisible, but she would not have it. She has achieved immortality in my life as the meanest person I've ever had the misfortune to meet. Long may she wave on high or low, wherever the he** she is..she must be long-since dead. Wonder how many other little kids she made miserable?
  • Senor Hescott in Spanish class in high school. He used to find it amusing to make fun of people ... I think he had a screw loose!!
  • It was my science teacher.

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