Category: middle school

Conversation

8th grader, listening to a cd playing “Oh Hanukkah”: Ooooh yes. I could do the Cha Cha Slide to this. They should put this on the radio.

[We read the Hanukkah scene in Anne Frank today]

Conversation

My 6th graders are reading a story about the Donner Party that their history teacher gave them. They’re reading it but they TOTALLY MISSED the most important details, and I had to explain it to them.
6th grader 1: THEY ATE EACH OTHER?!?!?
6th grader 2: But they didn’t even have no salt!

Conversation

6th grader 1: Miss, do you know the world is gonna end tomorrow?
me: You said that yesterday.
6th grader 1: No, that was her. But Donald Trump said we’re going to have World War 3.
me: Just ignore him.
6th grader 2: Yeah ignore him. Donald Trump ain’t nothin’.

Conversation

7th grader 1: I’m the goodest example you could ever fine.
7th grader 2: Girl, Trump is a better example than you.

Conversation

8th grader: We should all go get our thingies waxed together!

Conversation

8th grader 1: It’s a common fact that daddies are THOTs. No really, they have lots of kids.
8th grader 2: Yeah because all they gotta do is nut, then rest, then go.

Conversation

8th grader 1: My leg is burning!
me: Why?
8th grader 2: Because I hit her with a fireball from my Power Ranger powers.

Conversation

7th grader: Bye, brother.
8th grader: Bye, brother.
me: Wait. Earlier she said the stingray was her brother. So does that make the stingray your brother too?
8th grader: Nah, we have different dads.

Conversation

8th grader 1: Where’d you get your dress at?
8th grader 2: Girl, lemme tell you, you don’t need to get your clothes at Adidas, Victoria’s Secret. . . girl, I got this at Walmart and it was on sale!

Conversation

8th grader: It is a crying shame that we aren’t gonna be here to see Ms. Woodland’s baby.