One: When a student insists on trying to get a teacher to assign more homework to the class.

Two: When a student asks about the assigned homework directly after the teacher assigns it and explains it, to clarify.

Two: When a student asks about the assigned homework directly after the teacher assigns it and explains it, to clarify.

Example one:

Teacher: I am giving questions two A & B for homework on page 17.

Student 1: Aren't you supposed to assign four questions on a Tuesday?

Student 2: Stop Pulling-a-Michaela, Michaela!

Example two:

Teacher: You have to draw a graph and create an equation for homework.

Student 1: Do we have to draw a graph and create an equation for homework?

Student 2: Omfg stop Pulling-a-Michaela!

Teacher: I am giving questions two A & B for homework on page 17.

Student 1: Aren't you supposed to assign four questions on a Tuesday?

Student 2: Stop Pulling-a-Michaela, Michaela!

Example two:

Teacher: You have to draw a graph and create an equation for homework.

Student 1: Do we have to draw a graph and create an equation for homework?

Student 2: Omfg stop Pulling-a-Michaela!

by sr1045 November 24, 2009

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