Calling a teacher a muggle, passing a note saying your hair resembles ‘a boner’ and other hilarious reasons for receiving detention

While everyone gets in trouble at school at  least once, some take it to a whole new level.

This hilarious collection of school detention  slips captures the reasons – some absolutely shocking, others just plain  mindless – why some thoughtless students were kicked out of class.

Whether a student’s hair resembled ‘a boner’  and consequently provoked teasing, or they were a victim of ‘a paper spear’ and  ‘hit in the face,’ the scanned collection offers a slew of reasons teachers  couldn’t rush troublemakers out of the classroom fast enough.

But be warned – some of these ridiculous  offences provoked several days of punishment, proving silly jokes and teasing  can definitely add up.

Unacceptable appearance: A girl claiming to be the reborn Jesus Christ disrupted class prompting her immediate removal by the teacher who will remain anonymousUnacceptable appearance: A girl claiming to be the  reborn Jesus Christ disrupted class prompting her immediate removal by the  teacher who will remain anonymous

 

Inappropriate hair: A student teasing another student about their hair appearing to have 'a boner' prompted one student's detentionsInappropriate hair: A student teasing another student  about their hair appearing to have ‘a boner’ prompted one student’s  detention

 

Victimized: A high school student who volunteered to be the target of a paper spear ended up victim of detention as wellVictimized: A high school student who volunteered to be  the target of a paper spear ended up victim of detention as well

 

Bottle plane: A 10th grader was sentenced to detention after allegedly flying his juice bottle around like an airplaneBottle plane: A 10th grader was sentenced to detention  after allegedly flying his juice bottle around like an airplane

 

Manners: A teacher who accused a student of flatulence, at the stentorian or outright booming level, received a note home and homework assignmentManners: A teacher who accused a student of flatulence,  at the stentorian or outright booming level, received a note home and homework  assignment

 

Shockingly inappropriate: A male student who expressed wanting milk from another girl's breasts received a notice home and loss of recessShockingly inappropriate: A male student who expressed  wanting milk from another girl’s breasts received a notice home and loss of  recess

 

Victory: A student and most likely former Sega Genesis gamer refused to stop yelling a botched victory phrase from the game Zero Wing popular in 2001Victory: A student and most likely former Sega Genesis  gamer refused to stop yelling a botched victory phrase from the game Zero Wing  popular in 2001

 

Hammer of Justice: An apparent World of Warcraft video game user punched a boy in the mouth after yelling this method of attackHammer of Justice: An apparent World of Warcraft video  game user punched a boy in the mouth after yelling this method of attack

 

Name calling: While not exactly slander, a teacher disciplined a student for calling them a 'muggle,' a term from the Harry Potter series that describes someone not able to perform magicName calling: While not exactly slander, a teacher  disciplined a student for calling them a ‘muggle,’ a term from the Harry Potter  series that describes someone not able to perform magic

 

Role playing: A student pretending to be superman before his class earned him not only a detention but a shocking reduction in 'character points'Role playing: A student pretending to be superman before  his class earned him not only a detention but a shocking reduction in ‘character  points’

 

Expression: A student who stood up in guitar class was punished for asking the others to show him their 'booty hole'Too expressive: A student who stood up in guitar class  was punished for asking the others to show him their ‘booty hole’

 

Crude sketch: Penis drawings don't belong on the whiteboard, according to one teacherCrude sketch: Penis drawings don’t belong on the  whiteboard, according to one teacher

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