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2012-05-09 10:15:52 PM
The whole idea came from the movie Disney-Pixar movie Up, which she showed in her classroom twice

Ok, let's ignore the whole child abuse angle here. This is the real problem. Our educational system is seriously going down the toilet. Back in my day our teachers actually cared enough to ensure that we had variety and didn't see the same movies twice in the same year.
 
2012-05-09 10:45:10 PM
I guffawed at the picture.
 
2012-05-09 10:46:04 PM
It's really not too bad, as far as punishments go. The kid can't bite or lick themselves for a few minutes.

No loss.
 
2012-05-09 10:46:09 PM
p21chong.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-05-09 10:47:19 PM
I skipped 3rd grade in Florida.

No collar.

;)
 
2012-05-09 10:47:33 PM

serial_crusher: The whole idea came from the movie Disney-Pixar movie Up, which she showed in her classroom twice

Ok, let's ignore the whole child abuse angle here. This is the real problem. Our educational system is seriously going down the toilet. Back in my day our teachers actually cared enough to ensure that we had variety and didn't see the same movies twice in the same year.


I swear when the class I was in didn't have an English teacher we sat in the library watching Jurassic Park for weeks yet none of us started imitating raptors.
 
2012-05-09 10:50:23 PM
I don't have a problem with this
 
2012-05-09 10:50:32 PM
Hm. I could use one of those when I do a bar crawl.
 
2012-05-09 10:51:46 PM
I was always disturbed by the kids that kept picking their scabs, but I think there's a better way.
 
2012-05-09 10:52:17 PM
SQUIRREL
 
2012-05-09 10:52:57 PM
The cone of shame is better than the ankle collar of screwed.
 
2012-05-09 10:53:00 PM
I confess I went to public schools from 1st grade to high school graduation in Florida. While my phonetic spelling skills aren't too hot, and are more probably due to my learning issues with associating sounds with letters, we never, ever, farking used weird punishments on kids. The worst thing was getting busted, i.e. paddled.

Farking dog collars? What planet was this teacher on?
 
2012-05-09 10:53:12 PM
Fluffy sez, "I can't lick my ballz but this collar ain't deep enuff to protect urs."

img.ehowcdn.com

\hot like....
 
2012-05-09 10:55:19 PM

Salt Lick Steady: The cone of shame is better than the ankle collar of screwed.


So, I heard yer tits were epic...

Prove it.

;)
 
2012-05-09 10:59:38 PM
icanhascheezburger.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-05-09 11:00:36 PM
Shame is an excellent form of punishment.
 
2012-05-09 11:01:49 PM
icanhascheezburger.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-05-09 11:03:29 PM
Remove the Stone of Shame! Attach the Stone of Triumph!
 
2012-05-09 11:04:02 PM

cman: Shame is an excellent form of punishment.


Oh christ, not this thread again.
 
2012-05-09 11:04:28 PM
My brother used to be a deputy for Pasco County. IIRC, Zephyrhills is a real backwater, even for FL. Mobile home central.
 
2012-05-09 11:05:02 PM

cman: Remove the Stone of Shame! Attach the Stone of Triumph!


No, attach the Rocks of Glory!
 
2012-05-09 11:05:09 PM
she can do what she wants. her name is hyphenated and she's better than you.
 
2012-05-09 11:05:27 PM
No!! Now behave, my compadres, and you too shall have much rewardings from Teacher for the toil factor you wage.

Do not mention that student to me at this time. Their fool's errand of wearing the cone of shame will keep him most occupied. Most occupied, indeed. Ha ha ha! Do you not agree with that which I am saying to you now?
 
2012-05-09 11:08:37 PM

brigid_fitch: My brother used to be a deputy for Pasco County. IIRC, Zephyrhills is a real backwater, even for FL. Mobile home central.


Yeah, that'd be accurate. Their primary industries are prison and paintball, until they close the prison.
 
2012-05-09 11:09:38 PM

ElLoco: Hm. I could use one of those when I do a bar crawl.


you could drown
 
2012-05-09 11:12:29 PM
Remember when spanking kids was allowed. It actually worked.
 
2012-05-09 11:15:26 PM
SIT DOWN AND STUDY!!
 
2012-05-09 11:16:26 PM

brigid_fitch: My brother used to be a deputy for Pasco County. IIRC, Zephyrhills is a real backwater, even for FL. Mobile home central.


Oh, and Pasco is one of those counties where you can get deputizied just for knowing someone. It's... I've never heard the term "backwater," though that's funny in its own right. It's backwoods.
 
2012-05-09 11:16:54 PM
FTA: "I am very concerned that you used this collar to punish and embarrass students in front of their peers."
Maybe if the kid wasn't being an ass, they wouldn't be wearing the cone of shame.
Any teachers out there that would love to get rid of the two or three kids that are just a pain in the ass and do nothing but take time from the other kids? Every class has some clowns that do nothing but disrupt / disrespect the teachers.
Teachers, you couldn't pay me enough to do your job.
It's time that the teachers took back the classroom, I don't advocate physical discipline, but shaming and embarrassing them might be a good lesson.
 
2012-05-09 11:19:28 PM

globalwarmingpraiser: Remember when spanking kids was allowed. It actually worked.


No it didn't.

It led to a world where war and hating yer neighbor makes more sense than loving them...

Yer violence has led to a multi-trillion-a-year industry called incarceration.

I refute yer position while I love you.

Cognitive Dissonance, man.

Get used to it.

;)
 
2012-05-09 11:25:59 PM
I don't have a problem with this. For two years I went to a Catholic school in Chicopee, Massachusetts that was taught by French nuns, and they made you wear a dunce cap and sit in the corner facing a wall if you did something bad. It was a great deterrent to chewing gum or speaking out of turn in class without raising your hand, and you made damn sure that you did your homework. It was quite embarrassing to have everyone smirk at you, some people actually broke down and cried when they had to put it on. Once it happened to you, you definitely never wanted to wear it again.

Didn't hurt me at all, I turned out okay.
www.poolschool.info
 
2012-05-09 11:29:17 PM

AirForceVet: I confess I went to public schools from 1st grade to high school graduation in Florida. While my phonetic spelling skills aren't too hot, and are more probably due to my learning issues with associating sounds with letters, we never, ever, farking used weird punishments on kids. The worst thing was getting busted, i.e. paddled.

Farking dog collars? What planet was this teacher on?


We used to get paddled too but that wasn't the worst thing, it didn't really bother me. The worst thing was when they'd call your parents, especially if you were on the bus and the driver turned around and carried you back to school and your parents had to come get you. Even a paddling in front of the entire class wasn't too bad, for some reason it was a lot better than having a teacher yell at you in front of everyone.

One teacher used to have a "tattle tale" hanging on the wall, it looked like a donkey's tail and if a kid tattled on another the snitch would have to wear that tail the rest of the day. I only saw one girl ever have to wear it, she had to wear it to the cafeteria.
 
2012-05-09 11:29:44 PM

varmitydog: I don't have a problem with this. For two years I went to a Catholic school in Chicopee, Massachusetts that was taught by French nuns, and they made you wear a dunce cap and sit in the corner facing a wall if you did something bad. It was a great deterrent to chewing gum or speaking out of turn in class without raising your hand, and you made damn sure that you did your homework. It was quite embarrassing to have everyone smirk at you, some people actually broke down and cried when they had to put it on. Once it happened to you, you definitely never wanted to wear it again.

Didn't hurt me at all, I turned out okay.
[www.poolschool.info image 480x640]


What does it say on his back, young vermit?
 
2012-05-09 11:32:29 PM

Salt Lick Steady: varmitydog: I don't have a problem with this. For two years I went to a Catholic school in Chicopee, Massachusetts that was taught by French nuns, and they made you wear a dunce cap and sit in the corner facing a wall if you did something bad. It was a great deterrent to chewing gum or speaking out of turn in class without raising your hand, and you made damn sure that you did your homework. It was quite embarrassing to have everyone smirk at you, some people actually broke down and cried when they had to put it on. Once it happened to you, you definitely never wanted to wear it again.

Didn't hurt me at all, I turned out okay.
[www.poolschool.info image 480x640]

What does it say on his back, young vermit?


Still waiting on yer epic tits, darlin'...

;)
 
2012-05-09 11:42:20 PM
www.theaterhopper.com

The original "Cone of Silence"
can't believe I'm in first with this how odd
somehow it looks kinkier now than it used too . . .
 
2012-05-09 11:48:02 PM

Salt Lick Steady: brigid_fitch: My brother used to be a deputy for Pasco County. IIRC, Zephyrhills is a real backwater, even for FL. Mobile home central.

Oh, and Pasco is one of those counties where you can get deputizied just for knowing someone. It's... I've never heard the term "backwater," though that's funny in its own right. It's backwoods.


To be fair, he was in the Air Force police first and then a cop in NJ, so there was at least one real deputy there for a few years. He doesn't talk about the Pasco County department much at all. I know he hated it.

Oh, and backwater's a real word--I can't take credit for it. Means pretty much the same as backwoods, though.
 
2012-05-09 11:49:40 PM

imbrial: SIT DOWN AND STUDY!!


images4.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2012-05-09 11:55:01 PM

brigid_fitch: Oh, and backwater's a real word--I can't take credit for it. Means pretty much the same as backwoods, though.


Yeah, sure. It's a real word. I've actually heard that more than "backwoods."
 
2012-05-10 12:48:11 AM
Elizabethan Collar.
 
2012-05-10 12:52:46 AM

Marcintosh: [www.theaterhopper.com image 500x330]

The original "Cone of Silence"
can't believe I'm in first with this how odd
somehow it looks kinkier now than it used too . . .


i509.photobucket.com

alternate source of what is possibly Macintosh's posted image, for those who are having trouble with the image loading.
 
2012-05-10 01:06:44 AM
i.imgur.com
 
2012-05-10 01:09:23 AM

serial_crusher: The whole idea came from the movie Disney-Pixar movie Up, which she showed in her classroom twice

Ok, let's ignore the whole child abuse angle here. This is the real problem. Our educational system is seriously going down the toilet. Back in my day our teachers actually cared enough to ensure that we had variety and didn't see the same movies twice in the same year.


Oh, boo who! They wore the cone of shame for 5 minutes; their fragile snowflake hearts will melt! I went to a catholic grade school and a catholic highschool. The cone of shame is nothing.

/ I shiat you not, one of the penguins had a flying, invisible cat; god help you if you turned the fans on.
 
2012-05-10 01:19:24 AM
I know this is cliche but...

When I was a kid we would get caned at school and then go home and get our arse belted seperately by dad when he spotted the caning welts. At no stage would we ever stop and think "hey, we should tell our parents we have being misbehaving at school and were punished".

Instead it was just hope and pray that the school didn't send a letter home to tell our parents.
 
2012-05-10 01:47:38 AM

globalwarmingpraiser: Remember when spanking kids was allowed. It actually worked.


Not as much as you might expect, at least not for the girls...

CSS:

Senior year. Our old school would give out "Saturday School". If you had five "zeroes" (for not handing in homework), you got 3 hours of Saturday School. If you were tardy 3 times, you got 6 hours. An unexcused absence was worth 3 hours. As we were nearing the end of the school year, all of those of us who had racked up SS time got called into the auditorium for a meeting. There weren't enough Saturdays left in the school year for all of us to serve our time, so the principal offered an alternative: You could take 3 swats in exchange for 3 hours of Saturday School until you got your remaining SS time down to like 12 hours or less (I think that was all they had left). There were about 12 guys in the room and 2 girls (me and one other). Not a single one of the guys was willing to take the swats. Both of us girls were. The principal refused to let us do swats because we each had less than 12 hours left, but we were both begging to be allowed to do swats instead of Saturday School.

/Didn't help that we were both spankos
//Then again, maybe that's the real reason the principal refused to spank us
 
2012-05-10 02:05:38 AM
Why the hell is she showing the movie Up! in class? I mean, it is a great movie and all, but what educational value does it show? And not only once, but twice! Seems to me like she is a lazy teacher who uses movies instead of properly planning her course work.
 
2012-05-10 02:07:19 AM

morgantx: globalwarmingpraiser: Remember when spanking kids was allowed. It actually worked.

Not as much as you might expect, at least not for the girls...

CSS:

Senior year. Our old school would give out "Saturday School". If you had five "zeroes" (for not handing in homework), you got 3 hours of Saturday School. If you were tardy 3 times, you got 6 hours. An unexcused absence was worth 3 hours. As we were nearing the end of the school year, all of those of us who had racked up SS time got called into the auditorium for a meeting. There weren't enough Saturdays left in the school year for all of us to serve our time, so the principal offered an alternative: You could take 3 swats in exchange for 3 hours of Saturday School until you got your remaining SS time down to like 12 hours or less (I think that was all they had left). There were about 12 guys in the room and 2 girls (me and one other). Not a single one of the guys was willing to take the swats. Both of us girls were. The principal refused to let us do swats because we each had less than 12 hours left, but we were both begging to be allowed to do swats instead of Saturday School.

/Didn't help that we were both spankos
//Then again, maybe that's the real reason the principal refused to spank us


You're prolly going to get a lot of clicks on your profile in the very near future.
 
2012-05-10 02:08:57 AM

morgantx: globalwarmingpraiser: Remember when spanking kids was allowed. It actually worked.

Not as much as you might expect, at least not for the girls...

CSS:

Senior year. Our old school would give out "Saturday School". If you had five "zeroes" (for not handing in homework), you got 3 hours of Saturday School. If you were tardy 3 times, you got 6 hours. An unexcused absence was worth 3 hours. As we were nearing the end of the school year, all of those of us who had racked up SS time got called into the auditorium for a meeting. There weren't enough Saturdays left in the school year for all of us to serve our time, so the principal offered an alternative: You could take 3 swats in exchange for 3 hours of Saturday School until you got your remaining SS time down to like 12 hours or less (I think that was all they had left). There were about 12 guys in the room and 2 girls (me and one other). Not a single one of the guys was willing to take the swats. Both of us girls were. The principal refused to let us do swats because we each had less than 12 hours left, but we were both begging to be allowed to do swats instead of Saturday School.

/Didn't help that we were both spankos
//Then again, maybe that's the real reason the principal refused to spank us


Did you at least get to spank each other?
 
2012-05-10 02:09:41 AM
Cook Story Time:

One of my cats, Michiko, is really tiny. She is 8 years old and weighs only 5.5 pounds. A couple years ago she got an eye infection and she had to wear the cone of shame. The vet gave the smallest one that they had and when I put it on Michiko was unable to eat. I put her food on the floor (and not in a bowl) so she could eat it, but she still could not eat. When she tried to eat the cone sat flush on the floor and her head was unable to reach the floor! It was hilarious. Of course, I then had to take it off of her and trim it down a few inches so she could actually eat.
 
2012-05-10 02:52:38 AM
If you fill them with Cheetos and ranch dressing that would be 'reward'.
 
2012-05-10 06:17:54 AM

varmitydog: I don't have a problem with this. For two years I went to a Catholic school in Chicopee, Massachusetts that was taught by French nuns, and they made you wear a dunce cap and sit in the corner facing a wall if you did something bad. It was a great deterrent to chewing gum or speaking out of turn in class without raising your hand, and you made damn sure that you did your homework. It was quite embarrassing to have everyone smirk at you, some people actually broke down and cried when they had to put it on. Once it happened to you, you definitely never wanted to wear it again.

Didn't hurt me at all, I turned out okay.
[www.poolschool.info image 480x640]


Besoin de voir le pingouin.
 
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