~ Starting tomorrow, I will refuse to greet my students as they walk into class. Instead, when they smile at me, I'll glare back so that they know how I really feel about having to work.
~ I will sigh very loudly once class begins and before I do any work. It's best that the students understand how annoying it is for me to work with them.
~Once class is really underway, I shall begin to work as fast as I can so that the students
~ I will be certain to refuse to tell them how to write the next assignment. If they really want to know what they owe me, they can just read about it in the syllabus.
~I will make every effort to put their fragile essays in the same bag with a wet gallon of milk.
~And when it's time for me to assist them with gathering their belongings at the end of class, I will begin to thoroughly inspect my nails until they have completed
Thank-you, Ms. Cashier, for helping me to reevaluate my own job performance. I am hopeful that if Walmart's success is any indication, I will be the wealthiest part-time teacher in town by tomorrow night. Of course when that happens, I'll be able to shop at specialty food stores.
Karma's crazy like that sometimes.
Your 8:30 customer who was the ONLY customer in your lane