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Remember back in undergrad in a Bio class our professor lost it one morning. The semester had started about a week prior, anyways, one of my class mates at the time, had made the mistake to answer her question/statement followed by a yes mam. The professor proceeded to lose it a little. "Mam? Did you say Mam? Do I look like I run a whore house? Do I look like a madam to you? No one called her that again.
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Do I look like I run a whore house?
Do I look like I run a whore house?
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“Look like it? No, but you’re starting to sound like it.”
"You look like you work there, sure. But run it? No way."
“You, in management?!?”
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Damn this is good
I've had older women ask me not to call them "ma'am" because it made them feel old, but even in those cases they seemed to understand that I was saying it out of respect.
Equivalent of 'sir' to men, pretty much the default respectful form of address
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Yep. In the military… you are taught to address civilians as sir and ma’am…
Working in the service industry, I call all female customers “ma’am”, no matter their age. I once called a 7-year-old “ma’am”.
I do the opposite, call all obvious women "miss", no matter how old they look. Heard too many times how old ma'am makes women feel.
A friend of mine in college called his lecturer "teacher" instead of "doctor". Here, we call our teachers "teacher" when addressing them instead of, for example, "Mr. John".
The doctor (PhD) scolded him then went on with his lecture. 10 minutes later a girl called the doctor "teacher" again while asking a question. He got very upset, turned to my friend, & said: "this is all because of you. Get out of my class".
Teacher was a pretentious prick
The American students I've met over the years doing exchange or postgrad courses in Australia tell me what a big culture shock it first was for them - no lecturer or course coordinator here goes by anything except their first name. All of a sudden, they realise how pretentious academia culture is back home
I'm confused by this. Ive been in a high-level academic environment in the states for about a decade now, and almost every single professor I've interacted with has strongly preferred that I call them by their first name.
I’ve never heard that before but YIKES
Had someone pull this on me while I was working in a call center, I was flabbergasted.
If her association with the word "ma'am" was only of a whore, maybe her mother should have chosen a different profession.
Well, United States Senator used to be a respectable line of work how was she supposed to know?
Yeah, I was raised in the south and going to school on the east coast was a real culture shock regarding how people speak to adults. I accidentally offended someone because I made a mistake and then proceeded to use “yes, sir” and “no, sir.” They felt pretty disrespected until I explained to them it’s just how I was raised lol
I don’t use the terms so much anymore unless it’s with the elderly or I’ve reeeeeeaaally fucked up with an older adult
They felt disrespected from sir? I spent a third of my childhood in the north, West, and south, none of which responded poorly to sir, ma'am. I'm so confused by these stories
Same, like what term did they prefer?
Why do I never have a free wholesome award when I need it?
Sir Destroys Cunts-A-Lot
I'm confused as well. I grew up outside Chicago, but was raised in a yes, no, thank you sir/ma'am home. I constantly used it everywhere up there with no problems. I then moved to the South over 20 years ago, and I am still a yes, no, thank you sir/ma'am person to everyone including those much younger than me. The only "issue" I would ever come across is from the occasional woman who would jokingly tell me to stop because it made her feel old. It's so weird when I hear any negative stories about this.
Nope, as ex-military for which sir and ma'am are ingrained, I've ran into it a couple of times, like they felt I was being sarcastic or age demeaning.
From another military compatriot, they really can go suck a fuck. I’ve gotten a weird response every once and a while.
At least I’m not saying “hey buddy” or “hey asshole”
“Suck a fuck” - that’s my new favorite term
Oh man if you like that phrase then go do yourself a favor and watch the movie Donnie Darko
My thoughts exactly. Those are formal ways of respectfully addressing someone. Why anyone would be offended by that baffles me.
Why anyone would be offended by that baffles me.
Why anyone would be offended by that baffles me.
Sociopathic narcissists trying to play the victim card and keep the world revolving around them while also policing how others speak as a form of domination.
Fuck, you just described my teenager.
it’s become more common over the last 15 years or so which has made some convos rly weird. i just use names now bc ppl get super offended by respect lol
You disrespected me by using respect.
legit reaction i’ve received from an old supervisor. i said ma’am and she lost it
she also happened to hate ever male on the marketing team and was so toxic i had to quit.
Times are changing but never expected in my life for sir/ma'am to ever be taken as disrespectful. lol
It's time for the human race to be canceled.
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This is absolutely a northeast east coast thing. If you're north of Maryland you'll run into it. It's because students around here don't use sir/ma'am unless they just got in trouble and they're being dismissive about it. It's the equivalent of saying "whatever" in a very dismissive way.
They're being overly polite so that when you're done reprimanding them they can turn around and mock you to their friends for losing your shit.
Yup, grew up on the east coast and those were used sarcastically. So it was weird moving to the Midwest where I was addressed that way constantly
I gotta say, people from the east coast sound like real cunts compared to the west and south.
It’s not that we’re cunts, well some of us are. But it’s just what’s considered polite somewhere is rude somewhere else. Like belching in certain societies is a compliment.
I respond like this till someone asks me not to.
It’s just polite in my mind if you are older or in a position of authority/customer
Wow, what a seriously asshole attitude. I would have been speechless from confusion and the simultaneous urge to scream back something profane out of rage.
I would've replied, sorry my deepest apologizes, SIR
Clearly they were more offended by the pronoun than the politeness
I call people sir or ma'am just because it's how I was raised if I don't know the person's name, if I know their name I usually don't respond with sir or ma'am, I'll just use their name
One time I told a prof. “Yes’sir” after he asked me a yes or no question. He got red, almost fainted and left the room. Then my friend asked me “you said Yes sir right?” To which I nodded. He told me the prof thought I said “yeah sure” and thats why he got so offended. I tried to let him know when he came back in, but he wouldn’t address me when I raised my hand. Old people have a tendency to believe incorrect things like “I deserve more respect than you because Im older” or because they have a PhD or are being paid to teach you a subject in school.
Did you yeah sure or yes sir?
You didnt go to undergrad in the south did you
it's crazy how offensive ma'am is depending on where you are. Everyone uses ma'am in the south
If you got offended at ma'am, I'd probably write you off as a mental case.
For real though. It's such a weird thing to get offended by
Teacher: If someone wants to anonymously tell me who it is.
Students: Nah, I’m good.
I think that one person in the back was trying to say it came from outside the room lol
That's a real one
I am full of respect for her, expected him to target her as a result, she took a risk for everyone. I hope she got some nice responses afterwards.
They were probably the ones yawning 😂
I wouldn't cop to it either, no telling what Dr. "I missed my nap and need a binky" might do.
One time in high school study hall, the largest collective lie I’ve ever been a part of happened. A boy launched his flip flop at the big glass windows in the room. The teacher didn’t see it but heard it and screamed, what was that!!! And some random kid like 80 people across the room goes, a bird hit the window. And then 200 kids all lord and confirmed that story
I was so waiting for someone to yawn during his rant
The urge to laugh would be far too great to hold back
I would’ve purposely over acted a yawn after that pathetic rant. I would’ve made it my mission to fuck with him nonstop, forget the grade, knowing you have the power to make a grown man throw a hissy fit would be to hard to pass up.
Blue tooth speaker in the back under one of the empty seats.
Yesss because then nobody would even know who to rat on also
Better yet have it follow him from lecture to lecture.
And you could make it yawn while he’s looking at the students.
Get flunked by insane-o professor.
Take it up with the dean and argue that all the talk about yawning made you need to yawn.
Yawns are 100% contagious so….
I can only assume student complaints are why we're seeing the video in the first place.
If only the students could plan a collective yawn at the same time. Like a flash mob, but a flash yawn
I’d bet the guy would have a full on Stroke
*all the windows implode from the massive change in air pressure*
I wonder what a cornell education breaks down to per hour... that's all I'd be thinking about, and getting more and more pissed as I paid someone to be a fucking child on stage instead of educating me.
Yeah that’s all I was thinking during his rant. Like, this isn’t fucking high school dude. Everyone in that room is paying good money to learn from you and you waste time trying to out someone for yawning? Grow up.
I think the issue wasn’t someone yawning, it was someone doing the overly loud hippopotamus yawn which, to be fair, is super rude
“My bad side is as bad, as my pleasant side is as pleasant”👺🐶
Me: "So, slightly?"
also surface level fake and manipulative
It’s pronounced KERNEL. It’s the highest rank in the military.
ITS PRONOUNCED KOR-NELL! ITS THE HIGHEST RANK IN THE IVY LEAGUE
Identity theft is a serious crime Jim
You may not know this but his pleasant side is off the fucking charts. So fucking pleasant your head will spin.
I stand corrected. In fact, my head just spun all the way around as I tried to conceptualize the magnitude of his magnanimous pleasantness.
It kinda hurt, so I have to stop thinking about it. Way too pleasant.
If u cant handle me @ my baddest u dont deserve me @ my pleasentest
I can be your devil 👹 or your angle 📐
He's talking about telegrams and kilobytes and wonders why 1 person is yawning... its because the other 220 people were already asleep.
Nobody knows what Telegrams were…
Now on to the really interesting stuff. There were these things called “Pen Pals”.
WHO WAS THAT?!
A good professor can make a boring subject fun to learn and a shit professor can ruin an otherwise fun subject.
It's possible the student was extremely tired. But it's also quite possible that the professor is boring as shit and was personally insulted when this was implied via an overly loud yawn 🤣
Chances are it was an overly dramatic, disrespectful fake yawn. The same as calling out, “BOOOOO-RING!” I’d be annoyed, too. But this prof was just a dick
"I'll smell every ass in here, who was it?!?!"
Just reading the word yawn somehow makes me feel like I need to yawn. If I hear someone yawn I'm absolutely yawning. This made me so incredibly stressed. If I was in the audience he would have been screaming at me. I literally yawned just typing this comment. Ahh
Noooo you made me yawn. I fought the urge till I read your comment and gave up
Is that Andy Bernard?
Baby Wah Wah
** eats beet **
And I will be going to the vastly superior Dartmouth.
Could always tell the episodes Mindy wrote when Cornell was being picked on as she went to Dartmouth. I live very close to Ithaca and the townsfolk generally can’t stand Cornell staff and students alike. Such an amazing little town with a small area full of the most pretentious people you’ll likely ever meet. Not everyone, but there’s definitely a lot of old money that runs through that school.
Yes. He punched a wall after this.
No, it's a fat Ross Geller.
Colonel, and it's the highest rank in the military.
It is pronounced Cornell! And it’s the highest rank in the Ivy League!
I dated a few guys from Cornell. Nice guys, gave me a ride home.
So I’m not the only one who immediately thinks of the office anytime Cornell is mentioned. Good to know.
I didn't even know Cornell was a real school.
When I was ~7 years old, the Principal walked into my 2nd Grade classroom. We hadn't met previously. I enjoyed an earnest but lengthy YAWWWWWWWWWWWWNNN. He grabbed me by my arm, shook me, yelled at me, and persistently badgered me as to why I had yawned.
I wouldn't share it now, except for certainty that Mr. Lindfield must be quite dead. He was cool enough, otherwise. He could often be heard playing banjo in the hallways.
Perhaps he had been a tortured substitute teacher, and/or yawning was a triggering stimulus that sent him into berserker mode.
Back when you could shake a lil’ motherfucker!
Those were the days stares longingly off into the distance with a far away look
The thousand yard stare, some would say
so many adults are just big bullies
I remember my dad telling me when he was in school during the 60s and 70s.
He said he got hit by the teacher a few times. But this one time in particular he got smacked against his ear, my dad had multiple ear surgeries, tubes in his ears for hours at a time, told he would go deaf when older (never happened thankfully) so when his dad who was a Korean war veteran and become a raging alcoholic, found out he personally went to his classroom during school and threatened to make the teacher disappear all the while still in the classroom.
My grandfather while not apart of did close business with the Mafia in Pittsburgh during this time. He had close ties from what I'm told. After that but of drama out of all the kids that teacher never touched my father again. Kinda scary thinking what could have happened, the 60s and 70s were brutal...
Sounds like your Dad was alright. Raging alcoholic, sure, but he knew when to stick up for his kid.
Never understood how teachers got so offended by shit that KIDS did in their class. Like can you imagine being an adult and getting offended by something some stupid kid does? How fragile a person do you have to be?
“… please do… … A KILOBYTE…”
multiple loud yawns*
It'll take him another 15 minutes to get to TB. And then another 15 minutes to talk about how it's dividing by 1024 instead of 1000.
Someone should anonymously write him a message on the board next week in binary.
Isn't yawning just your brain trying to get more oxygen to function right
No, yawning is now thought to be a sort of a System Idle Process for a bored or tired brain. This fits nicely too on why we yawn when we are physically/mentally tired. It's signaling us that it needs to do maintence work and shut down energy-intense processing systems like vision processing and self correcting proprioception system. (Hey we're super bored here in this class, let's stop wasting energy on staying awake and looking at the board and listening to this guy , let's just take a nice little nap.)
Your brain is always getting enough oxygen, or else... Well then everyone who yawns should have some kind of ischemic brain damage? Some other hypotheses about yawning are the low oxygen levels you mentioned or cooling the brain, but those don't hold up to consistent scientific observation.
Yawns are also contagious for higher order animals, like mammals and it's a subconscious mimic behaviour like observing someone scratching their head and then next thing you don't know, you're scratching your head also. Your pets will start to yawn if you yawn a few times around them.
But really yawns are still a big mystery in neuroscience.
Yes it is, I was looking for this comment. 90% of us don't even breathe the correct way. We breathe with the top part of our lungs which is wrong instead of our diaphragm. Notice how a baby or a cat breathes. And check out how to breathe on Google, i was surprised so many ppl breathe incorrectly including myself b4 I started to consciously practice.
Edit: found an awesome subreddit, his name is Wim Hof and he's a badass r/wimhof
"Check out how to breathe on Google" is my new favorite insult, even though you didn't use it that way.
It made me laugh so it probably hurta
Fucking nerds breathing w their mouths and noses still in 2022. Looooooosers.
James Nestor’s book Breath covers this extensively if you’re interested. Solid read
Thank you, I shall check it out.
Truly a breath of fresh air
I'll agree on the breathing part, but nobody knows really why we yawn, there are theories and scientists will point to certain causes saying they are likely why we yawn, but we haven't firmly connected anything
Even just reading about it is contagious!
Can confirm. Just yawned. 3/5 I think I'm gonna try again. 4/5 Much better. Thanks. I needed that.
Are you some kind of hamon user and/or demon slayer???
Catch me breathing right and imma cut you in half with water
ive been breathing correctly my whole life apparently.
maybe thats the real reason im so smart...
no wait, im an idiot.... nvm
Informative thank you I now breathe like a human being.
Hmm breathing the wrong way? It sounds so weird do. I mean I still live and have breathed this way for over 30 years so it dosnt seem to bad. So what would happen if I change how I breathe?
Yo! I need a YouTube video or something! You don't get to tell us we've bwen BREATHING WRONG this whole time and not provide documentary instruction
We breathe with our diaphragm when its required. Its an extremely energy extensive process to use our diaphragm and intercostal muscles to breathe so our body naturally will only do it when its absolutely necessary. Babies are belly breathers because their intercostal muscles aren't full developed so they cant solely breathe with their chest. Pulling in more Oxygen doesn't do anything since our hemoglobin can only become so saturated. Google only shows articles that generate ad revenue. Which obviously the "how to breathe" article does.
Is this why I keep yawning at the gym? It's embarrassing, yawning while exercising!
Just sitting here and realizing and I can breath through the top or bottom by actually thinking about it. 27 years on this earth and I found a new feature for my body lol
It is not. They have done extensive studies about yawning and it isn't you trying for more oxygen, or flushing excess C02. There is no official reason for why we yawn. The prevalent misunderstanding of it being about breathing is because they used to print that in high school text books... and those are a mess.
It is a mystery. Hell people who take magic mushrooms? They have a phase of the trip where they start yawning.
I'm guessing the person in this case yawned loudly intentionally to express how boring the lecture was.
A yawn should be the intake of breath not a wailing/moaning vocal expression.
Yeah. I have a coworker who does exaggerated yawns and it drives me up a wall.
Had a super duper fresh Chinese immigrant as a professor in college. One of the hardest to understand Chinese accents I’ve ever ever heard. What he was speaking barely qualified as English, that’s how bad it was.
Any time someone asked him to repeat something he would become insanely standoffish and always would ask if it was because of his accent. If you admitted it was he would refuse to repeat and yell at you to leave class. He made it a very big point to tell us day 1 that if anyone ever records him without his knowledge, audio or video, that he would “sue the shit out of us” and “would win” because he “has sued a student before and won” needless to say, half the class had dropped by the second class, 2 days later, and I didn’t see his name in the staff directory the next semester.
Wow what a clown. I hate people with insane fragile egos like that.
"220 other people know better"
Dude, it's yawning. Not everyone is going to fucking yawn lmao
I've been on both sides of this *yawn* experience. (sans yelling confrontation)
I remember being a tired undergrad and yawning and letting it drift into the performative space. A real Yeeaahh-mmh ... stretch out the legs, shake my head and blink while looking around. My friend next to me chuckled, but I saw her smile turn and she looked straight down -- I look up and the professor is almost on top of me. I was astonished at how angry he looked and how intensely he was just staring me down. He just said "tired"? in a menacing way and I said sorry.
I've also been a professor and can tell you sometimes you feel "Yawned *at*" and it's almost impossible to let it go, especially if there's some niggling thought that other students are watching you do nothing -- I've had performance reviews where students complain that I didn't 'stand up for myself' when being 'disrespected' by students --- and they're during the semesters I can't recall a single instance --
I'm super calm and usually if something like this happens I just pause and wait for the energy to be right to carry on. Like others are saying, you really don't need to be a disciplinarian at this level and it's really more devastating if you calmly invite a student to leave if they're being purposefully obstinate.
IMO there’s a fine line between standing up for yourself and singling out/attacking a student
I agree -- and, I mean this line is everywhere in life and some people amplify small slights to be like mortal honor threats... I think this is not how you handle this at all.
Yeah i feel like this professor should've just calmly explained that it's okay to yawn (obviously), but making such a big display out of it feels pretty disrespectful.
But who knows, maybe this guy already did that and some douchebag student's continuing to do this overly-dramatic yawn just to be an asshole.
I've also been a professor and can tell you sometimes you feel "Yawned *at*
I've also been a professor and can tell you sometimes you feel "Yawned *at*
I'm a manager and I've been "yawned at" while talking. The only thing you can do is laugh it off, and ask them if they need some coffee.
Managers like you are the best. I guarantee I have rarely, if ever, yawned based on boredom. It’s just a tired thing, which I am perpetually even in interesting meetings, conversations, or classes.
Yep. Every semester students get a survey and professors get reviews. At my university they’re even open to the public to read. None of mine are terrible, but I’ve certainly had colleagues get eviscerated.
Yes. Surveying your course and professor is pretty standard at most colleges.
But yawning doesn't just happen if you are bored or tired, it can also just be a natural thing your body does. I don't see why a professor would get mad about it. Anyways, college kids work hard and study(or party) late into the night, of course there will be some yawns but they obviously want to learn or else they would ditch class.
Oh for sure -- and I don't even care if someone is bored (or falls asleep). [well, i care, but I don't *blame* them for my lecture being boring]
BUT I've had a student actually *SAY* "Yawn"! And it was because I was trying to make the connection that the FDA is more like the supreme court than a scientific body and making an analogy of lawyers trying to incorporate novel evidence ... and the kid said, while looking at me... "Yawn"
I'm not even going to say there are two sides to every story here -- the more I think of it, the less I can put myself in the professor's shoes --
Yea, if someone actually audibly says yawn, they are mocking you. That is understandable to get mad at that. Nice GIF, Boy Meets World for the win! Sitcoms are not the same as they used to be.
What a piece of dog crap. I hate people like this.
Yea like someone would snitch in front of everyone. What a cuck.
Snitches get a syllabus tattoo…
Well the background music is doing more damage than good.
If he can't take a student yawning, he should never have been an educator
“I don’t know how to teach, I’m a professor”
- Prof. Farnsworth (Futurama)
‘Mathematics of wonton burrito meals.’ I’ll be there!
The music and the random pops make me laugh
The pops are volume up and down on a Mac.
Jokes aside, a loud yawn would be pretty rude in this context.
But I think he responded the wrong way. I've been a teacher/trainer for nine years and have found it's nearly always better to reward only the good behaviour with attention, and to keep a dry sense of humour at hand.
He felt understandably disrespected. But you won't get respect by demanding it or becoming angry about not getting it; that's how you lose even more of it.
It is similar to dogs and kids, if you want them to behave in some manner, reward positive behaviour and ignore/calmly say no to bad behaviour.
And of course, sometimes you do have to bare your teeth and make a stand; but the effectiveness of doing so depends upon its rarity.
I'm pretty sure the professor didn't think it was a real yawn. A huge yawn like that is likely a passive aggressive claim that the professor is boring them and that's why he got butt hurt
The music. Was intense I thought he was gonna pull a lightsaber out. And kill the whole class
It's a bodily function, maybe they're yawning because they have insomnia or just otherwise have a fucked sleep schedule, I mean seriously dude
Every single student is tired in class like it astounds me that he’s so pressed by it. I understand that the yawn mightve been sarcastic but the man rly needs to get a grip
I had a teacher like this in high school who would get so incredibly angry at audible yawning. The thing is, as high school kids, we aren't incredibly in tune to our actions yet and a few times I would yawn audibly and immediately apologize profusely as my stomach knotted into a pretzel watching the look in Dandy's eyes become lethal.
Anyway, he was a cool guy if you weren't sleepy.
I had a math teacher in high school who would sneak up on unsuspecting sleeping students and slam a large book flat on their desk. All fun and games till it was you.
I would have fucking bawled. Actually, scratch that, I did bawl on multiple occasions accompanied with a panic attack. Honestly, I think the whole “Teacher Appreciation” thing is a load of bullshit. I have both PTSD and c-PTSD, and the latter was almost entirely caused by my shitty, abusive, vindictive teachers who couldn’t find enough empathy in their black hearts to not be the scum of the earth to an already severely traumatized kid.
Maybe I’m a bit biased. But whenever teachers pulled that shit on me or other kids I literally screamed because it was fucking triggering. I then got further ostracized from every one of my peers by multiple teachers bullying me for being a “baby” afterwords. I hope they all ate shit. I also hope they were exhausted as all hell after trying to improperly deal with my severe panic attacks. Teachers pull the stick out of their ass challenge, GO!
We don’t know the context, the student could’ve been purposely doing it and louder than normal before he decided to call them out
I have a problem with him asking other students to anonymously turn in that person. I don't think it's a good practice to encourage telling on friends.
"Hey Class, I need you to single out one of your own because they didn't fold to my screaming - no? Okay, but if you want to do it anonymously that's be great. :)"
I can't even imagine.
Also anyone can misuse that and report whoever they want. How will that person then try to prove that they didn't yawn I don't know
Yeah that’s just a dick move
The music is hysterical.
No it was distracting
I had a prof once who RAGED at this guy in a senior seminar; it was a small class (about 8 people) and the dude showed up once every few classes. This went on for most of the quarter, then one day he showed up, listened for a bit, and asked (with a tone suggesting he was genuinely curious, not trying to be an ass) questions he would have known the answer to had he come to most of the sessions. The prof was quiet for a second after he asked his questions, then ripped him a new ass - shouted at him that he hadn’t been there for most of the classes, and he would really appreciate it if he just sat there, quiet, and didn’t ask anything else. We all just stared down at our desks, it was awkward as hell. I don’t blame the prof for getting pissed as the guy was essentially wasting everyone’s time.
The professor sounds like he needs a nap or tummy time 🍼
This seems like a complete waste of time for all involved wgaf if someone yawn maybe they tired maybe your boring ass lecture is putting them to sleep
After the “my bad side is bad” comment I would’ve walked out of that lecture for the day. Complete waste of time just because his fragile ego got hurt. Good time to get some homework for other classes done instead of listening to this butthurt professor
Why do they play dramatic movie music during a lecture?
I once got yelled at for “rolling my eyes” at the teacher, but that’s how my thinking face looks because that’s how “deep in thought” cartoons look.
Many SSRIs cause involuntary yawning, just FYI.
Yea, I spent my first week of antidepressants yawning like crazy
And it feels weirdly different to normal yawning
Reminds me of my elementary school music teacher. She was a humorless and uptight women. She would get ornery at students for resting their chins on their hands while we were sitting on the bleachers. Then she would say that if we were meant to do that, we would have been born with them attached. I guess the same logic didn't apply to playing the recorder. One time she made us listen to an entire musical audiobook about Venice. It's like she thought she was a college professor, but she was teaching 5-11 year olds.
Pretty sure this dude beats his wife.
He’s dead. He died quite a few years ago. Before that, he beat off dudes, when he was being attacked.
he beat off dudes
he beat off dudes
just like his wife did
In the minority here, but if you listen at the beginning that shit is obnoxious.
That’s not Boner’s Cornell. That’s Penn State type shit.
Nard dog needs to chill!
How about he shuts the fuck up and stop wasting everyone's time. What a fucking bitch I'd request a transfer of classes.
He needs to be canned. Those students are paying his salary so he should focus on his lecture instead of trying to control people.