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Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Colonel Cardiffi, 3 Nov 2018.
Cunt got cunted.
Oh no he didn't !!! land a single punch upside the little guys head that is. Did he get sacked? I assume so. Ima say sacked yo. Word. He's the adult and crap at fighting g.
You're speaking like that cah it's World Star, innit?
Must be one of the worst countries to teach in
Youth culture revolves around being a scumbag
Those of us who attended St. Illtyds before 1980 will recognise that as the standard form of punishment for forgetting your homework. Or breathing too loudly.
Correct @TH63 . I recall a time, before camera phones, when a teacher, especially a P.E teacher would have a fist fight with any lad that wanted it.
Jeez in Y7 my P.E teacher got sacked for pinning a student against the wall because he swore at him
That's why Britain is fucked young man.
I'm all for beating kids me.
Fucking show some respect innit.
shame it’s always the victim’s behaviour, not the aggressor that’s analysed
Perhaps it’s a template for a new reality show “How Far Can You Go?”
Have Simon Cowell promote it and we can all buzz in when we think the proverbial dog has been poked enough before we think it should bite back.
Would never have happened in my old school.
I, along with about 100 other pupils witnessed our PE teacher knock out the physics teacher, right outside the staff room at lunchtime. The PE teacher was seeing the French teacher who was also being banged by the physics teacher.
All three continued to teach in the school for many years after.
Did you have a teacher in Splott called Mr Sharkey?
No. Bill Barret was in my school.
Kid deserved it, stood behind the fact that he could say whatever shit he wanted to and the teacher could not react. A good resignation from the teacher.
Teach what? Sex Ed?
At our school, we had a RE teacher who a girl a year younger than me had a crush on. She used to spend all lunchtimes in his classroom clearing up, cleaning the board and shit like that. Anyway, they are now married.