Sympathy For Today’s Educators

I knew the first term.  I knew the last term.  THAT’S IT.

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16 Responses to Sympathy For Today’s Educators

  1. artdorkgirl says:

    I keep up on this crap because I do not want to look stupid in front of freshman. Once you lose them, they’re gone forever.

  2. All I could think while watching…

  3. flanny says:

    The BAE Systems man is my best friend.

  4. I also 100% thought that bae was just a reference to Beyonce. Oops.

  5. hotspur says:

    It’s annoying that almost all of these profs are Gen X. MAN we get no respect. WE INVENTED INTERNET CULTURE YOU MILLENNIAL TWERPS.

    • Casey says:

      Gen X will have its day in the sun again. Patience, old man.

    • flanny says:

      You guys are always preferred over Baby Boomers, though. Those fuckers. Smh.

      • hotspur says:

        I know what SMH means.

        I guess we’re not as good as “The Greatest Generation,” but as soon as the last WWII veteran dies any minute now, the coolest people on Earth will all be my people, woo hoo!


      • collin0truckasaurus says:

        Agreed. Baby boomers are the worst. And they say that millennials are entitled. Ugh.

        • flanny says:

          I was going to post a gif of Molly Shannon saying “don’t even get me started” because don’t even get me started on Baby Boomers. But then I googled and she was born in the last year of the Baby Boom, so she and I are done!!!! (JK, I love you, Molly.)

  6. Simon Spiderfleek says:

    I knew none of these. I used to know “bae” but apparently my brain jettisoned it as useless information as soon as I learned it. Here’s hoping it does so a second time.

    However, as a middle-aged man, I am consumed by a gnawing dread of being seen as irrelevant by a youth culture I do not understand so I have updated my name accordingly. If someone could photoshop my picture to include a smartphone and a speech bubble saying, I dunno, “Facebook!” or what’s more current, um… “Pokemon!” no wait, going the wrong direction, uh… “Zune?” yeah, that sounds hip and futuristic, it would be appreciated.

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