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"That's What She Said" = Detention?!

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    Squizz44

    [1]Nov 12, 2008
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    I have no idea what school this is from, but I think Ms. Friedrichs needs to lighten the hell up...

    Seriously?! Detention for TWSS?

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    piranhapete

    [2]Nov 12, 2008
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    How ridonkydonk! No one without sex ed understands TWSS jokes anyway!
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    foxmccloud13

    [3]Nov 12, 2008
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    WOW, my friend that sits right in front of me muttered TWSS today and his girl friend that sits across the room said it really loud about what our teacher said "Can you make this any harder?" and the whole class heard her and our teacher started laughing and couldnt have cared less. 11 grade? Where do these people live?
    Edited on 11/12/2008 9:17pm
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    Recap_That

    [4]Nov 12, 2008
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    Yikes. Even my teachers weren't THAT uptight (and we'd get dententions if our socks were the wrong length).

    I salute Richard for such an awesome TWSS. Personally, I think it's worth the detention.

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    BananaHammock24

    [5]Nov 13, 2008
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    Aw man that sucks.... My History teaher loves the Office and I use TWSS every chance I get. Haha, even he says it.. Thats so wrong, schools are too uptight over crap like that.
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    HunterJ8

    [6]Nov 14, 2008
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    A little excessive. I can only sort of justify it if kid has said it repeatedly, and constantly disrupts the class, but then its odd to write it up as such.
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    stephengotlost

    [7]Nov 15, 2008
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    Even though it's quite funny, many teachers do not find the innuendo appropriate in their learning environment.
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    Recap_That

    [8]Nov 15, 2008
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    stephengotlost wrote:
    Even though it's quite funny, many teachers do not find the innuendo appropriate in their learning environment.


    Even so, a detention seems a little harsh. How about a warning? (I'm assuming there wasn't, they way it's written.)
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    JennCrabtree

    [9]Nov 15, 2008
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    totally worth it
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    William_Law03

    [10]Nov 18, 2008
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    If I were the teacher I would've given him detention for biting on such a lame, obvious TWSS. The kid needs work, that's for sure.
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    speechless8582

    [11]Nov 19, 2008
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    i crack TWSS jokes ALLLL the time.

    and im in college.
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    NakedCropBandit

    [12]Nov 20, 2008
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    William_Law03 wrote:
    The kid needs work, that's for sure.

    THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID!!!
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    MistaC87

    [13]Nov 21, 2008
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    that detention thing sounds like something that only happens in utah!

    and some 11th graders actually have jobs after school, so holding them afterwards should be a crime xD

    Edited on 11/21/2008 11:08am
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    StephenHu

    [14]Nov 22, 2008
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    Recap_That wrote:
    stephengotlost wrote:
    Even though it's quite funny, many teachers do not find the innuendo appropriate in their learning environment.
    Even so, a detention seems a little harsh. How about a warning? (I'm assuming there wasn't, they way it's written.)

    I believe the student uttered the phrase too often as the teacher added,"These inappropriate comments are made too often" in the comments section. Nevertheless, if it was said just once, a warning would have sufficed.

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    Anysound

    [15]Nov 23, 2008
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    Last year in senior year I had a teacher that use to make that's what she said jokes. It was awesome.
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    Dexterian

    [16]Nov 23, 2008
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    It's a grade 11 student. I dunno if its the same as in Australia but that would make the kid 16/17? C'mon, a detention is a bit extreme.
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    William_Law03

    [17]Nov 26, 2008
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    NakedCropBandit wrote:
    William_Law03 wrote:
    The kid needs work, that's for sure.

    THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID!!!


    I have to give you credit for that one.
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    JP_Reginaldo

    [18]Dec 2, 2008
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    How is that's what she said disrespectful? It's very VERY minorly disruptive (the box next to it), but it's not disrespecting anybody, really, except the teacher, and if she's that uptight then those kinds of detentions are probably given out every five seconds.

    I couldn't fit a TWSS set-up in, and I really wanted to get one in this post. No matter how hard I tried to force it, it just wasn't a good fit.

    Edited on 12/02/2008 5:57pm
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    Squizz44

    [19]Dec 4, 2008
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    *applauds*

    Nicely done, JP.

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    JP_Reginaldo

    [20]Dec 4, 2008
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    It wasn't that great of a joke, plus it took forever to think of. It was all I could squeeze out of me, it was just too hard. I hope I didn't make you uncomfortable. All right, that's enough. I should probably get out of here before I put something in that I'll regret.

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