I’m a female teacher – My students say I’m ‘ill’ and ask why I’m not married
Cruel bullies can make school difficult, even if you’re a teacher.
a woman told her A grade school student ‘wrote’ her With comments on her height, relationships, and clothing.
Kindergarten teacher Alina Bitter (@measuring misalina) tracked the students’ rude comments for several days.
At the end of the week she elaborated on them video Complete with reenactments for her followers.
“Here’s how my kindergartener This week managed to piss me off,” Bitter said at the beginning of the clip.
She then assumed the role of a student and acted out the dialogue on screen.
“Well, Miss Bitter, why are you sick?” one student asked her.
When Bitter said, “I didn’t feel like wearing makeup today,” her student skeptically replied, “…ah.”
Others asked invasive questions about her personal life.
“Miss Bitter, have you ever been sad that you weren’t married?” one student asked her.
Others were unsure how to reconcile her short stature with her status as a teacher.
“But are you going to be taller?” asked a confused student.
The students’ comments continued throughout the Bitter lesson.
During one activity, Bitter drew a gorilla on a whiteboard. Little did she know that one of her students was an art critic.
“Your gorilla looks like a weird cat,” said the child.
A child who is dissatisfied with the reward for working hard said, “I don’t have money to buy a big sticker, so can you only give me a mini sticker?”
Even the compliments of her students were actually insults in disguise.
“Your sweater looks like rainbow sherbet,” said a student one day while Bitter was wearing a pink, orange, and purple sweater.
When Bitter thanked the student, the student blankly replied, “I only like chocolate ice cream.”
Some kindergarteners rely on the more classic insult formula. “Your name sounds like an ass, doesn’t it?” Bitter.
Her fellow teachers were quick to express their sympathy and share some of the demeaning comments made by their own students.
“I wear very little makeup,” wrote one woman. “When I do, students ask me why I look prettier!”
Another student said she asked if she had a husband or boyfriend.
When she answered negatively, the worried student asked, “Are you lonely?”
Bitter couldn’t help but laugh with the other teachers so as not to cry. “It’s absolutely brutal here,” she wrote in a comment.