Submitted by: SirNottaguy-Imadad via Submission Page
This child must have been born in the twenties. Either that, or he’s tight with his grandpa’s crew. Who says “gal” anymore?
Ah, sexist children. Soon those gals will be cutting the crust off their own damn sandwiches.
I thought the teacher’s response was kinda rude!
“In MATH, geez, IDIOT, how many times do I have to TELL you…” is what got from it. Any1 else?
Yeah, Me too…I liked his answer. She could have at least put a smiley face…gee. Things like this put a kid off math for good (I should know!)
Yeah, the boy’s tight with his grampa. I should know, because I’m him. He’s got my sense of humor, which got him in trouble with his teacher more than once.
Is this child’s name “Dave 15”?
Nah, there’s just a lot of Daves in his class
In elementary school, we all had numbers(as many as their were students in that class) and had to write them next to our name. I’m assuming that this is the same sort of thing.
That is strange, but maybe it’s his number? In my elementary schools, I often had a class number according to last name.
Also, teacher fail for not even writing out gallon, although that might have been the correct answer. Anyway, I always hated weird questions like these on tests.
No, his name is Dave and he sits at desk #15. All the kids in his class are required to put their desk number on their papers.
maybe it’s Davis and he spelt it wrong? I did that as a kid.
lol. In second grade I was number 15!!!!
im going to 8th grade in augest
in 7th grade we had those worksheets
WTF i facepalm every time at Arizonas public schools
you should facepalm at the fact that you’re an 8th grader who doesn’t know how to spell “august”
My friend always says gal : ) … but what does it mean in maths?
I don’t know either, because I’m not from an english speaking country, could someone tell what it means to us?
i don’t know what it is, and im from the usa.
That would be why nobody knows. (except for you, Abby)
lrn 2 metric
OHHH gal as in gallon, jeez i wouldn’t know unless it had a period at the end…
also, what a random “math” test… Ugh, that’s like when they tried to teach you about history in math class: “M.C. Escher was a blah blah blah…”
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