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 PostPost subject: Can I call you a... (contains strong language)        Posted: Sun May 06, 2007 8:10 am 
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lmao my mate said this to a teacher the other day:

"Caroline, can I call you a [censored]?"
"Id rather you didn't"
"OK then, can I think you're a [censored]?"
"Well I cant stop you thinking anything"
"Caroline"
"Yes?"
"I think you're a [censored]"

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sun May 06, 2007 8:26 am 
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To a teacher? :shock: I'd never dare showing up again at the school if I did something like this... But theoretically, it's true, you can't stop anyone from thinking anything about anyone. (Does that sentence even make sense?).


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sun May 06, 2007 8:29 am 
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Yup makes sense. He knew this teacher wouldn't freak out because she likes a laugh :)

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Ah, okay. But I still wouldn't try this with any of my teachers, even if I could be sure he/she'd laugh about it too.


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sun May 06, 2007 8:34 am 
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This guys mum works at the college too so if the teacher got pissed she could have gone to see her right away :D

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extremely hilarious!
I think I'll try it out!
not really, well maybe on the last day of school after i've graduated...

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:lol: too bad i have finished school


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To a teacher? :shock: I'd never dare showing up again at the school if I did something like this... But theoretically, it's true, you can't stop anyone from thinking anything about anyone. (Does that sentence even make sense?).

I told my LA2 teacher that, sent me to the principal, got suspended.

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sun May 06, 2007 8:59 pm 
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The joys of school is that they can't force you to do anything. If they tell you to do something, eg, go to the principal, and you refuse, they can't do anything. By law (at least in the UK) a teacher is not allowed to touch you, at all, in any way. If they have a problem, they have to speak to your parents about it.

Its the same with mobile phones etc. If they tell you to give it to them and you say no, they can't force you :) Student wins every time, tho the teacher will probably hate you for the rest of eternity then :P

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Nice one, gotta try that. :P

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sun May 06, 2007 9:41 pm 
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Andy wrote:
By law (at least in the UK) a teacher is not allowed to touch you, at all, in any way. If they have a problem, they have to speak to your parents about it.


Unfortunately, the law changed in the UK about 1 Month ago. Teachers are now allowed to use "Reasonable Force" if necessary. The only problem is the law doesn't really define this, so Teachers are still unlikely to use force, in case they use what is considered to be more than reasonable force.

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I think reasonable force is, for example, teachers pulling two students away from eachother and holding them if they are fighting. I think thats about as far as it can go.

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I don't think a teacher is going to use force to get a phone off you.
And even if they did just use reasonable force against you just use force back and say it was self-defence. :D
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Well thats the idea. If they take it from you without your permission its classed as stealing. Thats the reason they ask. If you say no, they can't do much more.

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 PostPost subject: Re: Can I call you a... (contains strong language)        Posted: Mon May 07, 2007 4:44 am 
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Andy wrote:
lmao my mate said this to a teacher the other day:

"Caroline, can I call you a [censored]?"
"Id rather you didn't"
"OK then, can I think you're a [censored]?"
"Well I cant stop you thinking anything"
"Caroline"
"Yes?"
"I think you're a [censored]"

:D :D :D
:lol:
Great one!


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In the US, atleaast in Ohio, it is against the law for a teacher to touch a student, in any way. If there is a problem, she needs to get the "Resource Officer" (Off-duty Cop).

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they can't touch you here either, well if there is a fight they can, (and some nutty MP is trying to make it so you can't hit your children for discipline). they can take a cellphone off you but by law they have to give it back to you at the end of the day, if you refuse you are disobeying a teacher so you can face some kind of punishment from it


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In the UK nothing gives a teacher the right to take something from you unless you agree. They are just another adult, just like one you could meet in the street. The only people with enough force to do that are probably your parents, and then the police.

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they can't ask you to empty your bag/pockets unless they get the police in or there is a risk to health/safety of a student/teacher etc...


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