Here you go. Oh, and for those wondering where they can get a “Things of Interest” print, look no more.
LOL My dad was a teacher… but not a fat teacher. I’m gonna send this to him.
lol, this comic was great. Keep up the great work
Took me a couple seconds, but I got it. Very nice, sir. The subtle humour touch. I like it.
At my school we would risk being expelled for putting tacks on the seat. One kid was actually expelled.
Never did tacks, we always hid the dry erase markers on top of the white board (my teacher was vertically challenged).
Laugh out loud funny!
I was afraid to think of what this was suggesting. and after my ears were filled at with political correctness at gran turino yesterday. Awesome.
you know that is one untouched apple
Love this one, Scott!
We had chalkboards in my day… with those black, grooved erasers. Hiding chalk stubs in the grovves just didn’t get old.
*sigh* the times… XD
LOL I guess nails will be the next step up?
Holy crap, this is a true story for me. Back in middle school we had a substitute teacher, went by the name of Mr. Wolfe, he was HUMONGOUS! He had to be AT LEAST 450 pounds. So anyway, my friend, being the prankster/class clown, did the classic tack on chair trick and ended up just like the comic. Good times.
No! For those kinds of teachers, you weaken the chair. Duh! … Not that I would know anything about that…
this was hilarious. Your ones prior to this were more artistic than funny (dont take that the wrong way), I enjoyed this one the most out of the recent ones.
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