Teachers are hard-working, resilient, and underappreciated.
They possess a great sense of humour, a never-ending well of
patience, and remember self-soothing mantras they can say under their
breath to keep calm. Teachers certainly deserve a lot
of credit and, let's face it, it's because they are underpaid... but if
they weren't, then perhaps maths teachers could eat something
other than cos-law. This book will definitely remind you of the good, great, and awful
teachers, as well as some crazy students.
Now, a word of caution must be had, some jokes are innocent, and some are
rude & lewd, but none are meant to offend. As studies have shown, the darker your sense of humour, the more intelligent you may be. With that being said, put your feet up, and, unlike a cross-eyed teacher who couldn't control their pupils, you will actually be able to see and enjoy this book. "It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative
expression and knowledge"
- Albert Einstein.