This Probably Made All The Teachers Cheer

September 24, 2010 by and tagged ,

Admire how, after her outburst, she does not miss a beat and goes back to what she was doing:

Needless to say, in the US, the student would sue the teacher and the school and some new age idiot would blather on as to how students, these days, can multitask and need to be entertained because they’re the Net generation or some such nonsense.

Needless to say, I will use this for my upcoming lectures on deviance, including norm-breaking, social control, and social sanctions as well as power and gender.

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3 Responses to “This Probably Made All The Teachers Cheer”

  1.   Sam R. Says:

    For the record, she’s speaking Thai.


    •   SocProf Says:

      Really? I learned something today then… doesn’t change her greatness though… that is universal! :-)


      •   Lisa Higgins Says:

        I think this is very funny. I googled it, and it seems to be part of a fast food commercial for a BK Angry burger. Still, I’m sure it represents a secret desire of many teachers.



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