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How to Make Your Teachers Like You

Find out how to impress your teachers from the get-go with these back-to-school tips. Kidzworld's got the scoop. Back to Article

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hottiesingle10
hottiesingle10 wrote:
2011-05-05 22:33:30 -0700

i m a class clown and i will stay that wayBig Grin

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❤GracieLaura❤
❤GracieLaura❤ wrote:
2011-05-05 21:32:22 -0700

My teachers all hate me and i hate them.
I have an attitude problem.
Gooodd timess
My teachers are all
Dogs ! Wink

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sugarplum12
sugarplum12 wrote:
2011-05-05 10:18:05 -0700

U know like ms freeman u do I like freeman and mccoy

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ilybabycuz
ilybabycuz wrote:
2011-05-05 09:11:26 -0700

and she hate on the way i dress

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ilybabycuz
ilybabycuz wrote:
2011-05-05 09:11:12 -0700

i dnt like my teacher her name ms.laley she digusting

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MIZZ-T
MIZZ-T wrote:
2011-05-05 06:20:48 -0700

i dont like ms.freeman,bertling

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MIZZ-T
MIZZ-T wrote:
2011-05-05 06:20:15 -0700

lol mean

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sugarplum12
sugarplum12 wrote:
2011-05-05 06:00:37 -0700

i like mmost of my teachers alll you have to do is be good that is how my teachers like me

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anthony4558
anthony4558 wrote:
2011-05-05 04:46:17 -0700

idk butt teachers get on mii got damn nerves wit they ugly azzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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charlotte groom
charlotte groom wrote:
2011-05-04 21:07:40 -0700

i'm in my teachers good book and im in my last year of junior high

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lilavymoney
lilavymoney wrote:
2011-05-04 13:05:40 -0700

The HATERS are my stupid TEACHERS

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lilavymoney
lilavymoney wrote:
2011-05-04 13:04:50 -0700

Don't be HATERS losers

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lilavymoney
lilavymoney wrote:
2011-05-04 13:01:32 -0700

OMG my teacher me cuz the stuff i wear what ever i wear thats she mood its stupid i hate my teacher Grin

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new_new78
new_new78 wrote:
2011-05-04 12:18:03 -0700

o mii teacherz dnt care wat we do

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ocalais147
ocalais147 wrote:
2011-05-04 12:09:39 -0700

My english teacher hate me cuz when she start yelling at me fuhh no reason I get mad 2,and she says I have a attitude...OMG!! But my french teacher like me! : )

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usesomebody101
usesomebody101 wrote:
2011-05-04 11:59:28 -0700

My teachers arent bad but would it kill them to shut up every once in awhile?!

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new_new78
new_new78 wrote:
2011-05-04 11:56:26 -0700

i dnt like none of mii teachers all dey want is there pay check on friday.....

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dejada
dejada wrote:
2011-05-04 11:42:01 -0700

right thank yhu sis

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kirea76
kirea76 wrote:
2011-05-04 11:41:08 -0700

non of mi teachers hate me sometimes dey make me mad but i aventuly get ova it

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mrz.lilmama
mrz.lilmama wrote:
2011-05-04 11:29:09 -0700

dejada: thats my sis

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