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Funny Teaching Sayings By Haemin Sunim: When people who don't know you well admire you, they are seeing their projected illusion, When people who don't know you well admire you, they are seeing their projected illusion, not your real self.
In contrast, when people who know you well respect you, it is probably because you deserve it. — Haemin Sunim
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Funny Teaching Sayings By David O. McKay: Misrepresentation, false propaganda, innuendoes soon sprout into poisonous weeds, and before long the people find Misrepresentation, false propaganda, innuendoes soon sprout into poisonous weeds, and before long the people find themselves victims of a pollution that has robbed them of their individual liberty and enslaved them to a group of political gangsters. — David O. McKay
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Funny Teaching Sayings By Winona Ryder: You have good days and bad days, and depression's something that, you know, is always You have good days and bad days, and depression's something that, you know, is always with you. — Winona Ryder
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Funny Teaching Sayings By Zia Haider Rahman: As I gather my thoughts here in order to get to the point, I am As I gather my thoughts here in order to get to the point, I am reminded of a joke Zafar made when he was still in banking. I say joke, but Zafar was always rather serious about banking and often talked about accountability, as he called it. This stuff is so esoteric, he once said, that the only people who understand it are in the business. What about regulators? I asked. Regulators, he replied, have one eye on the revolving door. Academics make money teaching traders their latest research, and politicians don't know their arses from their elbows. Can you imagine the people on a march against finance? The guy on a megaphone shouting: What do we want? And everyone answering: Specific curbs on short selling in certain circumstances. When do we want it? In phases and at appropriate times. That's the joke. It was funny at the time. — Zia Haider Rahman
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Funny Teaching Sayings By Orson Scott Card: There are maybe two or three thousand people in the world as smart as us, There are maybe two or three thousand people in the world as smart as us, little sister. Most of them are making a living somewhere. Teaching, the poor bastards, or doing research. Precious few of them are actually in positions of power." "I guess we're the lucky few." "Funny as a one-legged rabbit, Val." "Of which there are no doubt several in these woods." "Hopping in neat little circles. — Orson Scott Card
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Funny Teaching Sayings By Azar Nafisi: Teaching is a funny business; you want to share these glimpses of something real and Teaching is a funny business; you want to share these glimpses of something real and profound, but half the time students want only to know their next assignment and what they will need to study for the test. — Azar Nafisi
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Funny Teaching Sayings By J.K. Rowling: This is precisely why I loathed being a teacher! Young people are so infernally convinced This is precisely why I loathed being a teacher! Young people are so infernally convinced that they are absolutely right about everything. Has it not occurred to you, my poor puffed-up poppinjay, that there might be an excellent reason why the Headmaster of Hogwarts is not confiding every tiny detail of his plans to you? Have you never paused, while feeling hard-done-by, to note that following Dumbledore's orders has never yet led you into harm? No. No, like all young people, you are quite sure that you alone feel and think, you alone recognise danger, you alone are the only one clever enough to realise what the Dark Lord may be planning. — J.K. Rowling
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Funny Teaching Sayings By John Bradshaw: THE MYTH OF THE GOOD OL BOY AND THE NICE GAL The good of boy THE MYTH OF THE GOOD OL BOY AND THE NICE GAL
The good of boy myth and the nice gal are a kind of social conformity myth. They create a real paradox when put together with the "rugged individual" part of the Success Myth. How can I be a rugged individual, be my own man and conform at the same time? Conforming means "Don't make a wave", "Don't rock the boat". Be a nice gal or a good ol' boy. This means that we have to pretend a lot.
"We are taught to be nice and polite. We are taught that these behaviors (most often lies) are better than telling the truth. Our churches, schools, and politics are rampant with teaching dishonesty (saying things we don't mean and pretending to feel ways we don't feel). We smile when we feel sad; laugh nervously when dealing with grief; laugh at jokes we don't think are funny; tell people things to be polite that we surely don't mean."
- Bradshaw On: The Family — John Bradshaw
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Funny Teaching Sayings By Cinda Williams Chima: Whoa, Rebecca," Talia said smiling even wider, "Walking on the wild side, are we?"Raisa seemed Whoa, Rebecca," Talia said smiling even wider, "Walking on the wild side, are we?"
Raisa seemed to think the situation needed more explaining. "He - uh - I'm tutoring him."
"She is," Han said solemnly. "She's very good. I'm learning a lot."
Pearlie snickered. "What's she teaching you?"
"Well," Han said, "we're jumping around a lot. — Cinda Williams Chima
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Funny Teaching Sayings By Roald Dahl: I have a passion for teaching kids to become readers, to become comfortable with a I have a passion for teaching kids to become readers, to become comfortable with a book, not daunted. Books shouldn't be daunting, they should be funny, exciting and wonderful; and learning to be a reader gives a terrific advantage. — Roald Dahl
Funny Teaching Sayings By Karen Marie Moning: You could ask me to teach you.""Huh?" This night is getting weird in a hurry. You could ask me to teach you."
"Huh?" This night is getting weird in a hurry. "Teach me like you're teaching a class or something? What are you going to call it: 'You Too Can Be a Sociopath 101'?"
"It would be more like a graduate-level class."
I start to snicker. His sense of humour sneaks up on you. Then I remember who's talking and bite it off. — Karen Marie Moning
Funny Teaching Sayings By Leonard Susskind: I have a funny mental framework when I do physics. I create an imaginary audience I have a funny mental framework when I do physics. I create an imaginary audience in my head to explain things to - it is part of the way I think. For me, teaching and explaining, even to my imaginary audience, is part of the process. — Leonard Susskind
Funny Teaching Sayings By Abigail Roux: This Saturday? As in tomorrow Saturday? We have to give lectures in twelve hours? We're This Saturday? As in tomorrow Saturday? We have to give lectures in twelve hours? We're not prepared for that! I can't just pull a cyber-crimes lecture out of my ass!" He could, but it was the principle of the thing. — Abigail Roux
Funny Teaching Sayings By Jenny Lundquist: Your mother would have more luck winning her election than teaching you how to be Your mother would have more luck winning her election than teaching you how to be charming. Izzy Malone, going to charm school! Are you going to walk across the room with a book stuck on your head?"

"No, it's not like that at all," I said as he doubled over with laughter. "And I really don't see what's so funny."

"It's just that"--he gasped--"it would be like teaching a hippo to wear high heels! — Jenny Lundquist
Funny Teaching Sayings By Tamara Tunie: I'm a rabid Steelers fan: I'm originally from Pittsburgh. So if the Giants or Pittsburgh I'm a rabid Steelers fan: I'm originally from Pittsburgh. So if the Giants or Pittsburgh are playing, the rest of Sunday is all about food and football. — Tamara Tunie
Funny Teaching Sayings By Ali Farahnakian: Teaching someone to be funny is like teaching someone to be fast. They're already fast. Teaching someone to be funny is like teaching someone to be fast. They're already fast. You're just making them faster. — Ali Farahnakian
Funny Teaching Sayings By Ann Radcliffe: Happiness arises in a state of peace, not of tumult. Happiness arises in a state of peace, not of tumult. — Ann Radcliffe
Funny Teaching Sayings By Sasa Stanisic: The reason for writing that essay was less a personal agenda than an attempt to The reason for writing that essay was less a personal agenda than an attempt to explain my unease with the general label of "immigrant literature" after I had read quite a number of reviews (in different countries) involving books written by 'immigrants.' — Sasa Stanisic
Funny Teaching Sayings By Gabe Newell: It feels a little bit funny coming here and telling you guys that Linux and It feels a little bit funny coming here and telling you guys that Linux and open source are the future of gaming. It's sort of like going to Rome and teaching Catholicism to the pope. — Gabe Newell
Funny Teaching Sayings By Kurt Vonnegut: So what indeed! The lesson I myself learned over and over again when teaching at So what indeed! The lesson I myself learned over and over again when teaching at the college and then the prison was the uselessness of information to most people, except as entertainment. If facts weren't funny or scary, or couldn't make you rich, the heck with them. — Kurt Vonnegut
Funny Teaching Sayings By George Polya: I started studying law, but this I could stand just for one semester. I couldn't I started studying law, but this I could stand just for one semester. I couldn't stand more. Then I studied languages and literature for two years. After two years I passed an examination with the result I have a teaching certificate for Latin and Hungarian for the lower classes of the gymnasium, for kids from 10 to 14. I never made use of this teaching certificate. And then I came to philosophy, physics, and mathematics. In fact, I came to mathematics indirectly. I was really more interested in physics and philosophy and thought about those. It is a little shortened but not quite wrong to say: I thought I am not good enough for physics and I am too good for philosophy. Mathematics is in between. — George Polya
Funny Teaching Sayings By James Young: Ten years ago, in 94, we thought maybe nobody would ever care about Styx again. Ten years ago, in 94, we thought maybe nobody would ever care about Styx again. — James Young
Funny Teaching Sayings By Curtis Tyrone Jones: It's funny how the ugly duckling always has so many beautiful things to teach us. It's funny how the ugly duckling always has so many beautiful things to teach us. — Curtis Tyrone Jones
Funny Teaching Sayings By Edward Griffith Begle: Mathematics education is much more complicated than you expected, even though you expected it to Mathematics education is much more complicated than you expected, even though you expected it to be more complicated than you expected. — Edward Griffith Begle
Funny Teaching Sayings By Sheena Easton: We are supposed to enjoy the good stuff now, while we can, with the people We are supposed to enjoy the good stuff now, while we can, with the people we love. Life has a funny way of teaching us that lesson over and over again. — Sheena Easton
Funny Teaching Sayings By Steven Wright: I don't feel that I'm explaining the world or teaching people anything. And I'm not I don't feel that I'm explaining the world or teaching people anything. And I'm not trying to be a mirror, showing them what's really going on the world. All I'm trying to do is think of stuff that's funny, just like when I'm kidding around with my friends. — Steven Wright
Funny Teaching Sayings By Cassandra Clare: I've got the Mark of Cain," said Simon. "That means nothing can kill me, right?""You I've got the Mark of Cain," said Simon. "That means nothing can kill me, right?"
"You can kill yourself," Magnus said, somewhat unhelpfully. "As far as I know, inanimate objects can accidentally kill you. So if you were planning on teaching yourself the lambada on a greased platform over a pit full of knives, I wouldn't."
"There goes my Saturday. — Cassandra Clare
Funny Teaching Sayings By Gail Tsukiyama: What wars really destroyed were families. What wars really destroyed were families. — Gail Tsukiyama
Funny Teaching Sayings By L. H. Cosway: You need a job and I need a PA, why don't you come and work You need a job and I need a PA, why don't you come and work for me?"
"No thanks, God knows what being your PA would involve."
He laughs. "Well it would involve the usual, faxing, filing, answering the phones, taking
bookings, relieving my sexual needs, etcetera."
"Yeah I thought as much." I tell him, my tone doing all the rejecting for me.
"Seriously though, the offer stands. Think it over." He tells me in a soft voice.
"I don't have PA experience."
"I'll teach you," he says, in a tone that insinuates other things.
"Sure."
He lowers his voice. "I think I'd enjoy teaching you things."
"Can't say I w-would enjoy it." Yeah, right.
"You stuttered," he says — L. H. Cosway
Funny Teaching Sayings By Alexander McCall Smith: Teaching is so demanding, and you get so little support. That pinch will have done Teaching is so demanding, and you get so little support. That pinch will have done Olive no harm - probably a lot of good.'
'Do you really think so?'
'Yes,' said Matthew. But then he went on, rather sadly, 'But I suppose that's not the world we live in, with all these regulations and busybodies about.' He paused. 'I think you've struck a blow for sanity. Or rather, pinched one.'
She thought this very funny and laughed.
'I'm rather fed up with teaching anyway,' Elspeth said. — Alexander McCall Smith
Funny Teaching Sayings By John Zmirak: Hence it's funny to read in the New York Times that liberal Catholic activists are Hence it's funny to read in the New York Times that liberal Catholic activists are pushing for a change in Church teaching on issues relating to -- well, let's admit it, sex. Nobody is out there demanding the popes revisit the condemnation of Jansenism (don't ask), or settle the question of whether divine grace is or isn't resistable. No, journalists want to know what the Church thinks about whether one person should poke another and, if so, where, when, and how. What liberal Catholics and the journalists who love them are really asking for isfor the Church to admit that it was teaching a set of harsh, repressive errors for nineteen centuries and that now it is very, very sorry. — John Zmirak
Funny Teaching Sayings By Mia Wasikowska: Someone once told me to believe 5 percent of what everybody tells you. Someone once told me to believe 5 percent of what everybody tells you. — Mia Wasikowska
Funny Teaching Sayings By Lola J. May: There are three things to remember when teaching: know your stuff; know whom you are There are three things to remember when teaching: know your stuff; know whom you are stuffing; and then stuff them elegantly. — Lola J. May
Funny Teaching Sayings By Henri Nouwen: A few years ago I met an old professor at the University of Notre Dame. A few years ago I met an old professor at the University of Notre Dame. Looking back on his long life of teaching, he said with a funny wrinkle in his eyes: I have always been complaining that my work was constantly interrupted, until I slowly discovered that my interruptions were my work. — Henri Nouwen
Funny Teaching Sayings By Henny Youngman: Old teachers never die, they just grade away. Old teachers never die, they just grade away. — Henny Youngman
Funny Teaching Sayings By Edwin Booth: But Nature cast me for the part she found me best fitted for, and I But Nature cast me for the part she found me best fitted for, and I have had to play it, and must play it till the curtain falls. — Edwin Booth
Funny Teaching Sayings By Karl Pilkington: Classes teaching you how to breathe. I'm 32, I think I've got the hang of Classes teaching you how to breathe. I'm 32, I think I've got the hang of it. — Karl Pilkington
Funny Teaching Sayings By Erin Hunter: I suppose." Mousefur sniffed. "No doubt it'll be up to me to teach them manners. I suppose." Mousefur sniffed. "No doubt it'll be up to me to teach them manners. Kits nowadays don't know how to show any respect."
Jayfeather's whiskers twitched with amusement.
"Don't you believe it," Purdy whispered. "She was teaching Lilykit and Seedkit how to reach under the wall of the warriors' den and catch stray tails yesterday. — Erin Hunter