Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Those that can't do, teach, and those that can't teach... teach gym.

Yes, it's back-to-school time for a lot of you right now, so I thought we'd bring you some educational plates. Educational in the sense that you now know that your child's teacher might be dumb as a rock.

This first example shows that quite well. Smoochiefrog captured LOV2TCH, which we might assume means Loves to Teach. Great. However, it could also mean Loves to Touch. Not really something I'm looking for in a teacher.

Alison B. sent in EDJUK8 (Educate). There is no greater lesson we can teach our kids: When in doubt, use numbers to represent works and sounds.

JP sent in a similar plate, EDDUK8. He writes: I only hope the driver doesn't teach spelling (or my kids anything)!

Yes, r edukatun sistem can has faled us. (Personally, I love teachers [the ones without vanity plates], so I'll just go ahead and blame the lolcats.)

7 comments:

LadyStyx said...

I'm gonna hold out hope that it's NOT a teacher behind the wheel in either of the last 2 and maybe a superintendent or principal instead. I certainly wouldn't want to find out that any teacher directly responsible for getting the next generation's minds ready for adulthood would stoop to LOLSpeak on their vanity plates. It's just too scary to think it!

Kati M. said...

There's one near where I live that's EDUKA8. It really drives me nuts.

MooseNuggette said...

That LOV2TCH plate is just too creepy. How could someone make that mistake? There's probably some disappointed perv out there realizing his plate could be mistaken for a boring 'Love to Teach' plate.

At least it wasn't on a Virginia 'Kids First' plate!

Deborah Godin said...

Laughed out loud (thought I'd spell it out...) at your comment about teaching childrend to substitute numbers for sounds! As for the top one, I see it as more of a judgemental person, who love to criticize, by going "tch tch" all the time.

TheWordWire said...

Them are some smart people.

Wurlitzer Heart said...

the first one looked like "Love to itch" to me...and I gagged a little.

Erika said...

Okay, definitely saw "Love to itch" on that "LOV2TCH" plate. Oops.