I could’ve used this many times already this week.
I’m just sayin’…
Tags: funny, humor, school year, stress cartoon, teacher
I don’t need the target. I can see the dent in the wall from the previous times…
Thanks for your lovely message – I’m not sure how to comment on misseducated! Well, I never need to comment on my own blog!
Love this – I think I might print it off and put it up in the staffroom!
Miss E xx
That was a pretty cute target. I think I will share it with my daughter who is currently studying to be a early childhood educator.
Yeah, like RC, I just aim for the dent in the wall. Or door. Or side of the car.
Awesome. Thanks for the grin!
I’m going to steal that, print it out, and hang on the fridge. They need a hard surface to bang their heads. I don’t want any of them putting holes in the walls.
My mom used to work as an Operating Room Tech and the nurses and techs had a paper “button” on the under side of their front desk that they used to press to “blow up” the more annoying surgeons. They also kept a stuffed dog in the locker room…when they had a bad day, they went and kicked the dog.
Stressful jobs call for stress relief, definitely! 🙂
do me a favor?
Put a pillow underneath?
Good luck with the upcoming school year.
~m: Alright, I’ll put a pillow underneath. 🙂
debra: LOL! Great stress relievers definitely!
Joan: Oh, please use it!
Kiri: You’re welcome
jen: That’s what I do too, but now I also have a handy-dandy target, LOL.
mrsmacheide: Please share it! 🙂
MissEducated: You’ll have to let me know what other teachers think of it.
RC: This will cover the dents. 😉
Your stress reducer sounds painful! *lol* … Sure glad I don’t feel stressed right now!😉
OH wow, thanks! This is just what I needed! I feel so much better now. LOL.
It looks like a workable solution. Thanks for the laugh today.
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