I was leaving 5th period and found this on the ground. I immediately thought of this site and decided to send it in. We all have bad days, but the fact that they decided to write them down made me laugh a lot.
I’ve been trying to figure out who John and Carol are, but there are six Carols and 14 Johns at my school.
I found these two drawings on a desk in my junior year physics class. Presumably completed by someone in the class before mine, they are fairly well done, concise and clearly telling a story. The first illustrates the often-accepted benefits of religion while the second captures a darker situation, that of the army and fighting. … Continued
My wife is a teacher at a middle school and she found this gem in her classroom at the end of the day. I like the nibble on the ear definition oh and the kiss anywhere else.
I found this in a desk during class. Don’t worry its not real blood it looks to light. Apparently who ever drew this was talented but not in spelling.
This photo was found in a drawer in a classroom of the alternative high school I attended. Since the school lacked funding, prom photos were taken by teachers with students posing in front of cheap backdrops. I’m not sure if the double exposure was an accident or done intentionally by a student in the darkroom.
Found under the desk in my classroom.
I found this on my desk in my English class after lunch, and took it home. It got a bit wrinkled in transport. It gave me a laugh, and I’ve been wondering who drew it!
This note was found at a high school nestled at the top of a garbage can. If it isn’t golden I don’t know what is. Cute little cartoons and drawing decorate this seemingly innocent note. Innocent, that is, until we read on a bit and discover this innocent young lady needs an FTF!
This was left in class one day as I was getting ready to go. I student-teach at the middle school for 5th and 6th graders. I’m glad to know that even in the Bible Belt South love of any gender can exist. I’m going to keep it.