Just like any of us, teachers have a capacity for sarcasm and sass.
What we may not know is a teacher's shade knows no bounds, as they really have dealt with their students in all their childhood and teenage glory for the better part of a calendar year.
A Twitter user called Ash (@arcticashhh) was at the receiving end of her teacher's shade in a big way.
She shared a brutal note her English teacher had written her at the end of the year.
still can't believe this is what my english teacher wrote in my book when I left school https://t.co/Q9dFBGhcBP— Ash 🐨 (@Ash 🐨)1617726634.0
"Ashleigh," the note began.
"Sometimes I go home and can't sleep because your annoying voice that just doesn't stop keeps ringing in my ears, like the worst torture known to man."
"That is all. Good luck."
The recipient then divulged it was sarcasm as she barely made a sound in the class.
Ash later offered to get proof Mr. Seedat's note was the real deal.
WHY WOULD I LIE ABOUT THIS HAPPENING? I WILL FIND MR SEEDAT AND GET HIM TO PROVE IT IF THAT'S WHAT YOU NEED— Ash 🐨 (@Ash 🐨)1617798084.0
She shared a text exchange with Mr. Seedat where he took ownership of his sarcastic note.
I feel like I need to add this here - he was NOT serious, he was being SARCASTIC bcos I was the quietest one in the class ffs 🤣🤣— Ash 🐨 (@Ash 🐨)1617886496.0
The words went viral as people chuckled at the seeming absolute brutality of the note left by Mr. Seedat.
@arcticashhh Omggg as if!! He was my English teacher at Hamilton for a year!! Now I’m wondering what he wrote in my… https://t.co/T6J7Rfa6PH— Jess (@Jess)1617830659.0
@arcticashhh My media teacher wrote 'Don't forget to close the oven door - Mr B' I was howling at the time asked hi… https://t.co/4OLTOKVX1n— Dominique 📷 (@Dominique 📷)1617839489.0
@arcticashhh Bet you didn’t seedat coming when you asked him to write in there— Joe Ratcliffe (@Joe Ratcliffe)1617862136.0
Still others were recounting the sassy things their teachers said to them in yearbooks and letters they are still thinking about all these years later.
I once wrote "thongs" instead of "tongs" in one of my physics assignments and my teacher in my year book just wrote… https://t.co/6AyvhZ36l6— 🪐 (@🪐)1617878726.0
I still think about the letter my high school English teacher wrote me 😂😅 https://t.co/M9N1YBG5m9 https://t.co/j7Fw4VZmIm— alex (@alex)1617877685.0
Fully believe this when my English teacher wrote this to me... 10 years later it’s still accurate 🤷🏻♀️… https://t.co/qTtlYwfbpW— Patricia Mooney (@Patricia Mooney)1617896122.0
Sounds like somet my old geography teacher would’ve said about me hahahaha😭 https://t.co/WFxgHBjByT— 😌alice💟 (@😌alice💟)1617874153.0
at the end of senior year my teacher said “listen up, cocksucker!” because i kept talking over him. i busted out la… https://t.co/TvXgk9mgBm— parker woods (@parker woods)1617829265.0
With the amount of overworked and underpaid most American teachers are, it's no wonder they have such a reservoir of sass saved up.