teacher typos misspellings

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 ...

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

Lame

Lame

"Oh yeah? Well I don't think Mrs. Maxwell is all that impressive-sounding either."

Look out for what now?

Look out for what now?

Ooh, now that's ironick.

Removes?

Removes?

IT REMOVES THE SHOES OR IT GETS THE HOSE.

Possibly a bad sign

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

Possessive/plural confusion strikes again

Teacher's only what? TEACHER'S ONLY WHAT?

We'll need your signature, but please print

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?

Is this that new math?

I don't know what this is, but I'm scared.

Stold? STOLD.

Stold? STOLD.

I think this paper-grader must have stold their teaching degree.

Pale

Pale

Not cool, Noemi. Next time hit people with your lunchblocks.

Res ... pet ... ful?

Res ... pet ... ful?

Like "dictionary." That's a nice respectful word.

So close

So close

Ugh, kids' newfangled trendy names these days.