So it turns out that a teacher telling a student to “lick me where I fart” isn’t even a big deal anymore. Nor is saying “it sounds like your ass cheeks are too close together”, “fuck you”, slapping a kid in the head and calling him an idiot, or the hundreds of other things that Mrs. Green-Johnson has done over the years and still kept her job.

Sure, she gets a two month suspension. But it’s over the summer holidays and this is like her 12th offence, so is it really a punishment?

And I mean, I’m kind of offended I guess. But at the same time I think it’s fucking hilarious and would have loved a teacher like that growing up.

It also means that we should all be allowed to say what’s on our mind more at work.

  • Guy sends his burger back because it has onions, and he asked for no onions? Tell him you’re going to shove the onions down your sweaty underwear pouch and then feed them to him with a spoon.
  • Boss tells you to stay late on Friday to finish something up for him? Tell him you’re going to go home and fuck his wife while he finishes the project and then comes home to make you both dinner after.
  • Maybe there’s a customer giving you a hard time because you’re taking too long, but the computer you’re working on runs on Windows 98 and it’s not even your fault. Tell her that she can lick the lint out of the tip of your dick so that you don’t pee in two directions next time you go.

I don’t know, say what ever the fuck you want really. It’s up to you, and that’s the magic of it!

Hey, you might get suspended for a bit. But we could all use a few more days off anyways.

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