by Linda Sharps
Everyone makes grammatical mistakes sometimes, even teachers. Show me someone who hasn't made an embarrassing typographical error and I'll show you ... well, I can't show you anything, we've all done it. But there's something extra funny about an education-related typo, especially when it comes in the form of a teacher mistakenly correcting his or her student.
In the spirit of good-natured fun -- rather than snide finger pointing, because you know what they say about pots, kettles, and glass houses -- here are 13 deeply hilarious school typos that we'll go ahead and file under "FALE."
Dear dairy, today I had yogurt ...
Hope this teacher's students don't milk this one too long. I mean, cheese, anyone could make this mistake
"Oh yeah? Well I don't think Mrs. Maxwell is all that impressive-sounding either."
Look out for what now?
Ooh, now that's ironick.
IT REMOVES THE SHOES OR IT GETS THE HOSE.
Possibly a bad sign
Call me crazy, but I think the first step may be to find a different school.
Possessive/plural confusion strikes again
Teacher's only what? TEACHER'S ONLY WHAT?
We'll need your signature, but please print
Reminds me of that line from Raising Arizona: "Well, which is it, young feller? You want I should freeze or get down on the ground? Mean to say, if'n I freeze, I can't rightly drop. And if'n I drop, I'm a-gonna be in motion."
Is this that new math?
I don't know what this is, but I'm scared.
I think this paper-grader must have stold their teaching degree.
Not cool, Noemi. Next time hit people with your lunchblocks.
Res ... pet ... ful?
Like "dictionary." That's a nice respectful word.
Ugh, kids' newfangled trendy names these days.