4 definitions by Englishteachersarebad1

Will analyze the shit out of any classic novel or Poem. Seriously, someone could write 'Immy took a book' and an English teacher would think 'oh wow the word 'Immy' is spelt in a way to symbolize political incorrectness...' I don't know how they do it, but they take things so out of context. Coincidentally, context is one of their favourite things in the world. Other than Shakespeare, of course.
My English Teacher spelt my name wrong. Again.
by Englishteachersarebad1 December 30, 2019
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The best teacher in existence. No one beats her. She is life itself.
Do you have Ms Cody? Oh wow, she’s amazing!”
by Englishteachersarebad1 October 19, 2020
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That teacher that nobody wants - a horrible man with many narcissistic qualities and a hatred for all children.
'Ugh, I hope I don't have Mr Grimmett, he's such a Hartley'.
by Englishteachersarebad1 December 30, 2019
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Now we all know one of these. Annoying, waffle teachers who just go on and on about colours reflecting the characters mood or the weather having influence over a situation. Shut up and acknowledge that no one cares. Like really. The sky is black because the author wanted it to be. Not because the character is angry and having dark thought. Nope. It was probably late.

For some reason, every single one of them are major feminists. Why? We're any of the old authors you drone on about feminists? Nope.

In conclusion there is only one word that can fully describe them:

I have A bad English teacher. His name is Mr Hartley. And he's trash.
by Englishteachersarebad1 December 30, 2019
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