Ah yes, the infamous "Thanks, mom" statement. Or something of the sort. I said it back when I was in the fourth grade and I silently died.
Apparently, there's a popular teacher at my school called Ms. Shell. My real name is Michelle, and it sounds extremely similar to her name. So every time I walk down the hallway and someone calls out for her, I immediately turn around and walk to the person before I realize they weren't calling me.
We have consecutive tutorials and lectures here held by the same professor in different places for one subject. I attended one and decided to skip the other and remained in the class we were in to do some other work on the internet.
About 30 minutes later my professor comes to grab something he forgot and noticed me. gonk
Uh, this requires an odd explanation. When I was in Highschool I hated my boobs. Probably from the fact I despised any sort of attention. So I wore tight sports bras to kinda keep 'em bound. (Has DD boobs. >.o )
SO. ONE TIME I was running in the halls, thankfully it was during class so not many were around. Apparently I was bouncing and it caught the attention of a classmate that was in the hall as well.
He does a double-take and goes "Wow, you DO have boobs!"
My immediate reaction was WTF and said "Of course I do! D< "
Soo... yeah. That was awkward.
NOW that I'm OUT of school, I wear very cleavagey shirts. XD
lol i was talking to my bio teacher, and she mentioned cassette tapes and im all "Oh! my gramma has one!" and she looked at me like "really" and say, 'gee, im not that old." and everyone laughed at me.whee
So, it was really hot in my math classroom and I was wearing my guy friend's sweatshirt. Eventually, I had enough with the heat and I began to take off the sweatshirt.... and apparently my shirt all the way up to my bra... emotion_facepalm
Recently, I called my teacher "mom" by accident. Everyone stared at me wierdly. XD
I did that last year.. I'm 21, and I wasn't even living at home at the time...
But! My teacher's name is Päivi, and in Finnish mom is "äiti", so it kinda sounds the same... I don't think anyone noticed....
And yes, we call the teachers by their first names.