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Times Students' Parents Obviously Did Their Work

Sometimes people think it's the students that ae the most challenging part of a teacher's job. That's only true most of the time. It can actually be the parents trying to interfere too much with their kid's education. Sometimes a teacher can just look at a finished project and go, "looks like dad did a great job." Sometimes it goes the other way. Sometimes teachers have no faith in students but they succeed anyway, like this student who won an art contest to spite their rude teacher.

Stories of times parents obviously did their kid's school projects | Departure_Jaded 689 points 11 hours ago His dad accidentally wrote his own name on paper tortured kid week by calling him by his dad's name. Ah good times.
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The ignorance achieved such levels that Gordon Ramsay was genuinely bewildered as to how someone could possibly not mean to serve another person straight up rancid scallops. 

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Manager Fires Third Of Team, Expects Them To Work Harder, It Backfires

This certainly brings to mind the old saying about how people don't necessarily leave bad jobs, but instead they leave bad managers. One bad manager can completely upend an otherwise enjoyable gig. Just picturing the look on this manager's face by the end of these employees' time with the company is enough to get the laughs rolling. Dude must've been beside himself. 

Manager lays off a third of the team, expects remaining people to work harder, and it backfires | r/ProRevenge Join u/gaarmstrong318 1d 3 O1 S 1 2 Lay off third team and expect us work harder will see about So this happened sometime 2010's somewhere UK s all revealing worked medium sized PLC small team worked with sales department getting quotes had previously worked another team different department same company as well. This also includes elements malicious compliance l'll post this there as
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Roommate Refuses To Pay Rent, Gets Schooled In Court

Man, nothing is worse than realizing you've ended up sharing a roof with a completely terrible roommate. In this case, we've got a horribly smug roommate who simply refused to pay their rent. Well, they clearly didn't anticipate the fallout that'd eventually ensue back in court. Hopefully they learned their lesson, and won't go and try to pull this ridiculous stunt again. 

Check out some more juicy roommate drama with this guy who outwitted his roommate by using the Pavlovian method.

A smug roommate refuses to pay their rent, so they get defeated in court | r/ProRevenge u/Drumhedd 173d Join 1 won't pay rent? Good luck finding new apartment. So this happened about 10 years ago big city on West Coast Hopefully this counts as pro revenge had just finished grad school and looking way cut down on rent an already expensive rental market. Now, mind young, desperate, and inexperienced with roommates at time and this huge life lesson and hopefully my roommate too.
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Times People Questioned Their Own Intelligence

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about the most impressively dumb things people did that inspired them to question their own intelligence. Sometimes you lead a life where you worked 10 years in a kitchen, and still end up trying to microwave a saucepan. Or maybe you find yourself mindlessly blaring your car horn at the guy who you already knew was deaf, but somehow forgot because your brain decided to take a catnap. We've all been there caught up in the middle of an impressively mindless moment, at some point in our lives. 

A collection of dumb things people did that made them question their own intelligence | pollypostmormon 2y sitting traffic, and noticed all other lanes were moving while mine hadn't budged an inch craned my neck trying see hold up and finally figured out wasn't lane at all, but had been patiently waiting behind line parked cars.
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Karen And Karen Jr. Try To Cheat School System, Get Outed

Revenge is most certainly sweet, and best served by FERPA. Karen and Karen Jr. thought that they were so sly. The mother and daughter team had worked out a system where Karen (the teacher) would pull the necessary strings to get Karen Jr. (her daughter) all the accommodations one could need to ace a test without any effort at all. Of course, cheaters never win, and someone always finds out in the end. The Karens ultimately had to pay the price for all their BS. 

Karen and Karen Jr. try to cheat the system, and get outed by Karen Jr.'s classmate | r/ProRevenge Join u/flannel_enthusiast5 6h Entitled Teacher's Kid Gets Absolutely Wrecked Hey! This is my first time posting this subreddit, but posted O r/RegularRevenge and many folks told drop here as well typically don't post anything, but felt this story too good not share also emboldened after watching some RSlash content on YouTube hope enjoy as much as did. This might take while as well. This is tale en
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Red Flags Students Noticed With Terrible Classes

Unfortunately, many of us have found ourselves confronted with the daunting predicament that is realizing you're in an absolute nightmare of a class. Sometimes, it's really just the sheer lousiness of the teacher that can end up ruining a class that you'd otherwise love. The following recollections from students that realized they were in terrible classes should be used as some kind of instruction manual to help you avoid the classes that could be your ultimate undoing. 

Gnarly red flags that students noticed in their classes.
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