Sunday, February 22, 2009

You know your a teacher when...

This is from a Facebook thing, but I can agree with most of them...

You know you are a teacher when.....

1. You can hear 20 voices behind you and know exactly which one belongs to the child out of line.

2. You get a secret thrill out of laminating something.

3. You walk into a store and hear the words "It's Ms/Mr. _________” and know you have been spotted.

4. You have 20 people that accidentally call you mom/dad at one time or another.

5. You can eat a multi-course meal in under twenty-five minutes.

6. You've trained yourself to go to the bathroom at two distinct times of the day: lunch and planning period.

7. You start saving other people's trash, because most likely, you can use that toilet paper tube or plastic butter tub for something in the classroom.

8. You believe the teachers' lounge should be equipped with a margarita machine.

9. You want to slap the next person who says "Must be nice to work 7:15 to 3:15 and have summers off".

10. You believe chocolate is a food group.

11. You can tell if it's a full moon without ever looking outside.

12. You believe that unspeakable evils will befall you if anyone says "Boy, the kids sure are mellow today."

13. You feel the urge to talk to strange children and correct their behavior when you are out in public.

14. The list of names you can never name your child grows each school year.

15. You think caffeine should be available in intravenous form.

16. You spend more money on school stuff than you do on your own children.

17. You have an ample supply of 'seasonal' clothing (Christmas sweaters, Valentines shirts.)

18. You can't pass the school supply aisle without getting at least one thing!

19. You ask your friends if the left hand turn he just made was a "good choice or a bad choice."

20. You find true beauty in a can full of perfectly sharpened pencils.

21. You are secretly addicted to hand sanitizer.

and finally... 22. You understand instantaneously why a child behaves a certain way after meeting his or her parents.

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