my teacher actually loves it

Team Voltron as things my math teacher has said
  • Shiro: look, it's been a long day - yeah it's only third period but - which was does a comma go
  • Keith: Ah yes, this, this is where we're gonna screw up
  • Hunk: The number one math curse word (student: what's the word?) I can't tell you, it's a curse word.
  • Pidge: Yknow?? you're probably not even paying attention, and I can't blame you.
  • Lance: It's spirit week, anything goes (dabs at the kid in a shark costume)
  • Coran: This graph is wiggity wack, you guys
  • Allura: Is x zero? Is it really zero? Are you 100% positive that it's zero???
  • bonus// Lance: I love watching the short people try to jump and reach the pass, c'mon guys it's not that high up (grabs it with eASE bc she's hecking tALL)

the calendar // panic! at the disco

My Science teacher just randomly asked me what the symbol is for potassium. Can I just say thank god for Teen Wolf and Lydia Martins intelligence because I remembered that scene in Galvanize and now I feel amazing.


Are you saying… you want to stay at Doldam Hospital?

- Yes, I am.

Happy pretty boy day from the prettiest boy I forgot to post this last month (& everything is wrong for the comedic effect please believe I know better than this)

All I really want from life is a small, comfy space of my own where I can walk around in my underwear or have tea at 3am or have a dog and lots of bookshelves, paired with a job that’s not expected to become my entire life, pay enough for the small apartment and medicine and occasional media while still leaving time off and defined boundries, where I don’t have to walk constantly on egg shells or pour out my entire self into my work while still not being allowed to be parts of myself.

I’m more and more and convinced that kind of thing is a myth though.

anonymous asked:

Phichit chulalont

Phichit Chulanont: Describe one of your firsts (first kiss, first date, first love etc)

Well, considering I already discussed my disaster of a first kiss here, and I’ve never had my first time yet, and I’ve never been on a date…and I didn’t even love my ‘first love’ at all…..

My love life is a fucking disaster omg okay let’s find a better first, one more relevant and that I think about every day. 

The first time I considered that I should go into writing for a living was in the 6th grade. I had written countless horribly cringe stories before, and I was always the best in the English section of class, but I never thought of writing as anything more than a hobby. It wasn’t until I wrote a paper and turned it in to my teacher, Mr. Rojeski. 

He actually loved the paper I wrote so much he pulled me off to the side and discussed that I should look into the field. See, by this point, little 12 year old me had everything planned out and knew exactly what she wanted to do, but it all changed when he said I should live by using my pen.

“I don’t know,” I had said. 

“Well, why not? You clearly have a gift with it.” Mr. Rojeski said, eyeing the paper again. “I have never seen a paper written like this in all my years of teaching. This isn’t something you should just throw away.”

“I don’t know,” I said again. “I just don’t know if it’s right for me. I don’t know if I’ll be able to live a happy life as a writer. I don’t even think this is what I should be doing with my life.”

He looked me in the eyes, seeing every ounce of doubt I had for my words, and he shattered that doubt with one swift sentence. “Elena, with the way you write, your life has been chosen for you.”

Six years later, I’m going to Ball State to be a journalist. 

  • Me: I know it sounds like I didn't practice, but I swear I did...
  • Teacher: Why do you say that every time?
  • Me: You know me well enough to know I do this.
  • Teacher: What are you going to do when you perform? Are you going to walk onstage and tell the audience "I swear I practiced, it just doesn't sound like it"?
  • Me: I'll print it in the program notes
  • Teacher: No one reads those
Call Me Mr. Lester

Summary: Dan and Phil are teachers at a high school. They’re together and married but have kept their relationship a secret until a student catches them and threatens to tell the rest of the school.

Genre: Fluff

Word Count: 2,776

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anonymous asked:

AGH im hopelessly in love with my maths teacher. I actually can't function. someone was bitching about her in the halls the other day and I literally cried. She's 8 to 12 years older than me and engaged, and it kills me. I take a 20 min booster class in the mornings at school, I sit in her class and watch her zone out after setting a task and see her mindlessly bite on her pen and .... then if she looks up and catches my eye I fccking die, and she knows I was watching her. im in so deep

same here same i can’t do ANYTHING around my tc

anonymous asked:

omg that's almost exactly what I'm doing ! The precalc teacher at my school has like a really specific teaching style that just doesn't work for me ( he tutored me for algebra and it didn't work out) so I'm skipping straight to calculus after taking precalc at a local community college next summer summer for those College Credits

ahaha good luck with that!!

i actually really love my pre-calc teacher this year and i’m excited because she’s also the ap calc bc teacher (which i’ll be taking next year ahhhh)

anonymous asked:

do the people at school know about your love of frozen?

Yes they do. Friends, classmates, acquaintance and some of my teachers do. 

It’s silly though because I try not to talk about the movie because I know they don’t like it (showing my love of for the movie is another thing) but they are the ones who come to me like “I saw this Frozen thing”, “I thought about you because I saw Frozen merch”, “Did you know that about Frozen” and I think it’s really lovely. 

My english teacher actually asked me if I knew about Frozen 2 when the news came out. Also she compliment me on my Anna costume when I took it to school for Valentine’s day (when all seniors dress up with a costume) and she told her granddaughter Anna had gone to her school.