Teachers Reveal Secret About Students

Ever wonder what your teacher is really thinking when they are in school? Well, wonder no more. A new Reddit thread recently asked teachers “What is the one thing that you want your students to know that you’d never tell them in person?,” and those who responded certainly didn’t hold back.

Juicy secrets revealed include:

  • “Yes, I put you in a group with the kid you have a crush on intentionally. I'm stuck here with you 180 days a year — I want to see some drama."
  • “Your parents are literally the worst part of my job."
  • “The weed smell doesn't magically disappear between the parking lot and my classroom."
  • “If I know your name by the third day of a new school year, that means you're probably an a**hole."
  • “Yelling 'f**k!' in the hallways doesn’t make you a badass. Teachers are yelling 'f*k' in their heads all day long."
  • “My students are the reason why I am second-guessing having my own kids."
  • “When you think you are being genius by getting me to talk about random things at the beginning of class instead of 'teaching.' I'm really allowing it to happen because I don't have enough planned to cover a full class."
  • “I can smell you. Everyone can. Please, for the love of god, use deodorant."
  • “It's just as weird for me as it is for you when we bump into each other in public."
  • “A lot of us drink, smoke, and sleep around more than you do, and hearing you try to hide it as if it's something we wouldn't know about is richly ironic."
  • “You’re not going to be YouTube famous. Sit the f**k down and listen.”
  • “I encourage my worst kids as much or more than my favorites because I don’t want them back in my class next year."
  • “Yes I do have favorite students. No, I won't tell you who they are because that would discourage you, but yes, they're probably who you imagine them to be."

Check out more secrets here.

Source: Buzzfeed

Ever wonder what your teacher is really thinking when they are in school? Well, wonder no more. A new Reddit thread recently asked teachers “What is the one thing that you want your students to know that you’d never tell them in person?,” and those who responded certainly didn’t hold back.

Juicy secrets revealed include:

  • “Yes, I put you in a group with the kid you have a crush on intentionally. I'm stuck here with you 180 days a year — I want to see some drama."
  • “Your parents are literally the worst part of my job."
  • “The weed smell doesn't magically disappear between the parking lot and my classroom."
  • “If I know your name by the third day of a new school year, that means you're probably an a**hole."
  • “Yelling 'f**k!' in the hallways doesn’t make you a badass. Teachers are yelling 'f*k' in their heads all day long."
  • “My students are the reason why I am second-guessing having my own kids."
  • “When you think you are being genius by getting me to talk about random things at the beginning of class instead of 'teaching.' I'm really allowing it to happen because I don't have enough planned to cover a full class."
  • “I can smell you. Everyone can. Please, for the love of god, use deodorant."
  • “It's just as weird for me as it is for you when we bump into each other in public."
  • “A lot of us drink, smoke, and sleep around more than you do, and hearing you try to hide it as if it's something we wouldn't know about is richly ironic."
  • “You’re not going to be YouTube famous. Sit the f**k down and listen.”
  • “I encourage my worst kids as much or more than my favorites because I don’t want them back in my class next year."
  • “Yes I do have favorite students. No, I won't tell you who they are because that would discourage you, but yes, they're probably who you imagine them to be."

Check out more secrets here.

Source: Buzzfeed


While most people look for jobs close to home, it seems a lot of people would be open to moving for the perfect gig. In fact, a new poll finds that 62% of Americans would be open to relocating for a job, As for why, there are a whole host of reasons. 

The survey by Robert Half finds that the biggest motivator to relocate is better pay/perks, with 44% of respondents saying that’s the top reason to move for a new gig. Other reasons include:

  • Family/personal reasons (17%)
  • Cost of living (16%)
  • Career advancement (16%)
  • Weather (6%)

The poll also finds that folks in Raleigh, North Carolina are the most willing to relocate for a job, followed by Miami and Des Moines, Charlotte, and Los Angeles and Seattle. On the flipside, workers in Minneapolis are least likely to move for a gig followed by Boston and Philadelphia, Detroit and Atlanta.

Source: Robert Half


With Valentine’s Day less than a month away now, it’s never too early to start thinking about the treats and sweets you can get for the holiday. Flowers are lovely to look at, but they only last for so long. Candy is always a good choice, but with all the options out there, which do you choose? Well, you can never go wrong with Reese’s cups and this year, they’re selling them in bouquet form for Valentine’s Day.

The Reese’s Extravaganza Bouquet is now being sold at Walmart for $44.99. Yes, you could get your person a bouquet of chocolate peanut butter goodness - or better yet, keep it for yourself. This thing is basically 36 packs of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups mixed with some faux orange flowers and who wouldn’t love that? And if Reese’s cups aren’t your S.O.’s thing, the candy bouquet is also available in Twizzlers, Baby RuthM&Ms and KitKat versions.

Source: Delish


Lots of people are trying to stick to their New Year’s resolutions to eat healthier in 2019 and some may be searching for a new diet to help them. There are plenty of diets to choose from, but for one of them, it’s all about the timing. Created by preventative medicine physician Dr. Michael Crupain and internist and anesthesiologist Dr. Michael Roizen, the “When Way” diet focuses on “chrononutrition” - which is the idea that your biological clock regulates your metabolism, just like it controls your sleep cycle.

The When Way diet has followers eat only when the sun is up and advises “front-loading” meals into the earlier hours of the day. The docs recommend having breakfast or lunch be your largest meal of the day and eating 75% of your daily calories before two in the afternoon. The diet allows high-fiber veggies like broccoli and spinach any time the sun is shining, but the doctors believe most other foods should be eaten within a specific window of time.

“Food eaten in the morning causes less weight gain and less chronic disease than food eaten at night,” says Dr. Roizen. “In the daytime you use food very efficiently. In the nighttime, you store it.”

These are their tips for eating around the clock from their new book, "What to Eat When":

  • Early morning breakfast (7 to 10am) - Walnuts are packed with protein and omega-3s and they boost good gut bacteria, so they’re a great addition to oatmeal or a healthy snack.
  • Midday snack attack (10am to 1pm) - Green bananas might not be your favorite, but the unripe fruit is a “more resistant starch,” which they say acts “more like a fiber” to feed your gut instead of your blood sugar.
  • Pre-dinner snack (1 to 4pm) - High-protein chickpeas can fight off hunger for longer than some kinds of animal protein, which can help you last until dinner. That meal should be light, according to the doctors, who suggest eating hummus and veggies or roasted chickpeas about 20 minutes before dinner to help keep you full overnight.
  • After-dinner treat (4 to 7pm) - Try berries to satisfy your sweet tooth after dinner. The doctors say berries are full of fiber and sweet enough to do the trick, plus they’re rich in antioxidants, making them one of the healthiest desserts around.

Source: New York Post

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