School days are the most wonderful and undoubtedly the most blissful time of our lives. Even though we unsuccessfully tried to avoid school every single day of the week but there is no doubt that those are the best days of our life.
When we look back to our school days, we vividly remember our notorious friends, over-smart noisy kids and so many stupid things that we laugh about memorizing them. In all that we also learn a lot in our school life but also we cannot overlook the contribution of our teachers towards development of our bright future.
A teacher is the greatest gifts a student can have that cannot be purchased or wrapped. “Teachers” word paints a unique picture in our mind as a person holding books all the time, thick glasses on his face and always encouraging us to study very hard in order to pursue our dreams. We respect them throughout our life for their helpful nature and guidance.
There are some teachers we remember from our school days, not because of their amazing teaching skills but everything else. We cannot just forget them for their poor dressing sense, weird accent, their love affairs or just being over strict on matters of less significance.
But teachers are teachers and they are always right. You cannot question their authority or you will have to face consequences. This is why sometimes they take advantage and white lie to their students to shape their future.
Following illustrations unveil some of the most famous lies that teachers tell their students very often. Just check them out and these will take you back to the memory lane to all that sweet school days memories that every student had to lend an ear to from their teachers!
Top Lies Teachers Tell Their Students
Lie #1. Everything I say will be on the exam.
Lie #2. This knowledge will help you in the future.
Lie #3. It’s a very important book you should read.
Lie #4. No, I can’t be mistaken about this fact.
Lie #5. I am looking forward to reading your brilliant essays.
Lie #6. You have a great future lying ahead of you.
Lie #7. You really impressed me with your last assignment.
Lie #8. I know who has been studying hard for my exams.
Lie #9. This may or may not be on the test.
Lie #10. This is not funny at all.
Lie #11. I promise this test will be painless.
Lie #12. I see you as a student of huge potential.
Lie #13. One day you will remember me and be grateful for the things.
Lie #14. I’m just going to wait until it’s quiet.
Lie #15. I never discuss your surreal excuses with other teachers.
Did some of them sound familiar to you?
Although you would agree that these lies always encouraged you to go the extra mile and pushed your career in great shape.