Gotta give credit to my daughter for the joke in the comic today. She came home and told basically this story word for word. Cracked me up. So I just had to use it.
You mean, a real kid said this? The world is doomed…
If it was your daughter who said it, why use a young lad in the comic? Give her a shout!
I love the title of this one!!
I laughed when you tweeted this yesterday, and I’m laughing again now. Poor teacher!
Real life is so funny sometimes.
This one is a weird one…although i get the intial joke,my first thought was that the Dad was the hitler teacher since his face is covered by the newspaper plus his expression throughout the comic made me more suspicious…
Nevermind…thought id throw in my 2 cents. Anyway great comic
Um… I sure hope her new teacher never finds this comic…..
Mwahahahahaa! I had something similar, but it was a professor that was apparently descended from Napoleon.
I had that teacher when I was a kid, her name was Mrs. Grey, and she looked like a gray haired Hitler, even had a bit of the moustache.
Well, in german it’s spelled Mein, not Mine. Otherwise spot on, great joke
“Jawohl, Mein Lehren”
From the mouth of babes…
@Doc yeah, I was thinking the same thing
ugh. Mine was on purpose. If I have to explain it then I was definitely wrong to use it.
And now fingers crossed that this teacher doesn’t ever read this comic or she’ll easily be able to figure out that your daughter was talking about her, for ever ruining her academic career!
funny comic, reminds me of a teacher that i saw that looks like Ben from Lost
Reminds me of Girl Hitler from the Venture Brothers. http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c129/vichussmith/girlhitlercatclops.jpg
lol, it’s a she
Mein Lehrerin and Mein Lehrer for female and male teachers, respectively.
Lehren is ‘teaching.’
@mercator to be 100% correct it’s “meine Lehrerin” (feminin possesivpronomen) -but ok the “joke” goes along the “Jawohl, mein Führer.” line- and “lehren” is the infinitive, so it’s “to teach”
my female english teacher in high school looked just like howard stern
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