Discussion in 'The Off-topic Lounge' started by Shinkicker, Dec 12, 2016.
How does the school year run there?
What age kids do you teach?
How many kids have you punished this year?
How many with corporal punishment? What other options do you use for punishment?
What do the kids say when you come in with injuries?
What do other faculty members say?
My guess is they don't say shit unless they want some injuries of their own.
Every school is different but usually may-feb. I have taught students aged between 3 and 65. My preferred age is secondary ie 12-18.
None. I delegate punishment to thai teachers. I think three in total this year, usually it's a spanking in front of their classmates which has a profound effect on teenagers. Personally I punish students by females doing squats and boys doing push ups. If they are unable they are ridiculed by their peers for being fat or uncoordinated.
I lie. It's not questioned openly. Ie I feel down and hit my head on the toilet. Previously I've been robbed lol.
Do all/most teachers delegate punishment? Or just you? They don't want a whitey spanking their kids?
Are you the only non-Thai teacher?
If you punish a kid physically you are fired. Can't have whitey smacking kids.
Have more than 5 and less than 15. Don't want to get specific since I'm illegal.
Clarify. You said corporal punishment is the norm.
Does that mean only you can't spank them?
When I was thinking about teaching, I wanted to teach 11-14 year olds, "middle school/junior high," in America. It is hard to find teachers for the age range, since so many people don't want to deal with the hormones and shit of puberty. They want elementary because they're "cute" still, or high school because it's more challenging.
Kinda makes you wonder what the situation was where he got clocked by a 17yr old who didnt steal anything
I was trained as a master of religion and grand wizard of his story. Then I decided I should talk snide on a forum. You fucked your ex's mom right?
What do they serve for lunch over there? My wife has been trying to "broaden my horizons" when it comes to different types of food. I had some Thai spring roll thing the other day. It was basically carrots or something wrapped in lettuce wrapped in an invisible wax like substance that my wife said I was supposed to eat. It was pretty gross.
I also got some chicken strips that appeared to be breaded and fried, and a small container of a red mystery syrup. The chicken had the consistency of a warmed banana so I took one bite and that was it. I didn't dare try the red sauce. The rice was good - it had some chicken-like substance mixed in with it.
So I basically paid $12 for a plate of rice.
You quoted me and not THN.
I was like " @Galt, whaaaaat. I didn't fuck my ex's mom!"
Then I realized.
We wouldn't judge you if you did....
ok, we would...
You guys always judge me in a good way. You're never too harsh. Always just the right amount of putting me in my place.
There's still time!
Normal thai food, pad kra pow is common. Almost always omelette as well.