• when sitting at a table where students are having a causal conversation with an Associate Dean DO NOT interupt us, change the subject and start schmoozing. Bad form.
  • when responding in class do not reverse the student/professor roles and say "Exactly!" when the professor clearly knows their material. They don't need your affirmations.
  • when volunteering in class do not talk so loud that others are cringing from your voice. We can hear you! SHUT UP!
  • do not leave class just to talk on your phone unless it's an emergency. Putting your phone down your pants and leaving class, EVERY CLASS, EVERY DAY, does not send a good impression and I don't care how smart you think you are.
As you can see the annoyances are starting to catch up with me. It's been a long day...


  1. Tokyo Kiss said...
    That third point is starting to happen in my scary Property class. In the past few days, the men have started talking very loud, as if that will make their argument seem more valid or something. I don't get it.
    Shake sense into me said...
    I have an "Exactly!" person in my class. I hate them. Keep your lightbulb moments to yourself, thankyouverymuch!
    Anonymous said...
    Ugh! We have THAT girl who won't turn off her freaking phone.

    She just stopped it from ringing and it rang again when the caller left a message.

    And a few bladder busters who leave to pee every class.
    Kel said...
    Oh I'm so glad to hear there are others out there!

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