School Promotes `Word Of The Day` Program [Pic]

Submitted by: iLove 5 years ago Misc

Ugh... the future is in so much trouble.
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Male 211
reading the comments, its obvious its a doggy dog world out there......................... ..................^^^^^^^^^

Dog Eat Dog...
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Male 211
reading the comments, its obvious its a doggy dog world out there.........................^^^^^^^^^

Dog Eat Dog...
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Male 289
..aand Amurika strike a HOME RUUUUN!!! bwhahaha,i like`em,they`re fat and silly
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Female 426
*lays her head on the desk and cries*
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Male 694
darkmagic14n...omg no... its "DOG EAT DOG" not "DOGGY DOG"....
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Female 1,516
"Wow. Pathetic. Just another reason I homeschool."

You do realize that there is nearly NOTHING grammatically correct about your entire comment, right? Do you teach your children to write like that?
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Male 1,625
reading the comments, its obvious its a doggy dog world out there
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Male 408
my dad use to do a word of the day with me
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Male 51
It`s not much different over here, no wonder the kids are getting dumber every day.
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Male 1,397
Here`s MY word of the day:

Entropy.
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Male 901
"Wow. Pathetic. Just another reason I homeschool."

Poor kids.
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Male 5,811
[quote]Does no one think, given the amount of space on the screen and the way "word of the month" things usually work, that it may give a number of "examples", with only one being correct to make the pupils think about the word? Or is that to sensible for everyone so quick to mock the education system?[/quote]

Occam`s razor suggests not.
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Female 1,743
Maybe it`s a pun about having patience at the doctor`s office??

Nope. I didn`t convince myself, either.
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Male 1,196
ughhh. stupid schools
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Male 11,740
Wow. Pathetic. Just another reason I homeschool.
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Male 1
Does no one think, given the amount of space on the screen and the way "word of the month" things usually work, that it may give a number of "examples", with only one being correct to make the pupils think about the word? Or is that to sensible for everyone so quick to mock the education system?
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Male 653
Unforgiveable. To just assume that the Doctor is male.
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Male 3,472
That`s what a bad doctor loses.
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Male 1,737
From the education committee no less, lmao.
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Male 422
Someone needs to learn the English language before teaching others! You`ll get there eventually if you try. You just need patients.
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Male 5,811

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Male 2,553
I am at a loss for words.
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Male 663
Someone needs to be fired.
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Male 6,737
Wow.


Just wow.
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Female 4,349
i wonder what he uses to get rid of it, and why would you want to? it`s a good thing.
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Male 1,590
My "patients" is wearing thin with misspellings and grammatical errors.
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Female 87
Jeezus.
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Male 835
Emphasize. Spell it rite. Dumass.

*bait*
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Male 143
"^who can tell the error in that sentence?"

1. Arrows are not generally grammatical
2. The `W` was not capitalised
3. Should have used `this` rather than `that`
4. There were multiple errors rather than a single mistake.
5. Personalise the question with the use of `me`
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Male 299
"The principle of the school must be proud. "

Principal, not principle.




I`m not sure if that was meant as a joke or not
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Male 37,888

HUGE facepalm.
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Male 321
"The principle of the school must be proud. "

Principal, not principle.
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Male 1,625
and people wonder why teachers get taken for granite
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Female 4,086
i`m appalled at the lack of education these days. but you can`t fault the kids when the `educators` are sometimes dumb as a box of rocks. some are far too busy advising the use of ritalin and the like to actually do their jobs. i weep for the future.
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Male 5,314
"The principle of the school must be proud.

^who can tell the error in that sentence?"

oh me, me!!! is the error that you didn`t use an exclamation point to emphasis excitement?
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Female 155
The principle of the school must be proud.

^who can tell the error in that sentence?
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Female 674
All you need is juuuust a littlllle patient.
- Guns N` Roses
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Male 119
Ugh
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Female 2,674
Oh no.
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Male 501
and why did they put the word in quotation marks?
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Female 6,381
Theirs gong two bee loss a miss pelling stoonts.
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Male 592
rofl massive fail
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Male 15,510
Gosh is in this times when I need to have more patient
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Male 25,416
Education fail
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Male 31
Am i the only person that connected this to black history month?
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Male 4,807
February is going to be a looong day, me think.
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Male 2,345
this is what happens when you keep raping the education budget...pretty soon all you can afford to hire are morons to teach little morons.
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Female 695
Hukt on foniks wurkt fer me
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Male 670
the funny thing is that its the word of the month not word of the day
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Male 2,384

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Male 2,085
Just spend more money. That will fix it.
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Male 634
Reminds me of a sign I read at a doctors office, "Have Patience with Patients, and Patients with Patience"
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Male 182
@Diylobotomy

For your sake, I want that to be sarcasm, but I`m pretty sure you`re serious.
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Male 1,301
Use the word "hotel" in a sentence.

"Crap, I got my girlfriend pregnant, and that hotel EVERYBODY about it!"
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Male 40
@diylobotomy
Patients - A patient is any recipient of healthcare services. (The doctor has many patients that he treats)

Patience - Patience is the state of endurance under difficult circumstances. (I don`t have the patience to wait in line for hours just to buy a ticket.)
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Male 1,442
@Diylobotomy:
Patience is good at waiting.
Patient is with a Dr.
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Male 978
wow
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Male 633
Wow, and this is from a supposed educated person.
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Male 1,832
1. I don`t see what is bad about this.
2. Is that a typo or did you not look at the picture before you wrote the caption?
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Female 676
Link: School Promotes `Word Of The Day` Program [Pic] [Rate Link] - Ugh... the future is in so much trouble.
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