- The way she thinks people only need to study for her lessons, and totally ignores that they have other teachers and other subjects they need to learn for.
- The way that she sets at least 2 hours of work for every single lesson. Or what she thinks will take two hours, it’s normally like 3 or 4.
- The fact that she always takes her shoes off, so the classroom smells of stinky feet. Her Stinky feet.
- The fact that she seems to think students don’t need to sleep – If you prioritise sleep over an essay, she’ll yell at you and give you detention, but if you got to class tired, she’ll also yell at you.
- The way she’s always late to every lesson.
- How she thinks putting “economic” as an adjective in front of every other word will make this sound more educational.
- The way she thinks we should all get jobs. Just because you don’t have a job, doesn’t mean you don’t want a job.
- The way she says “please” when giving you a deadline, and then turns into the Hulk if you haven’t quite finished the homework on time.
- Her cycling shorts. Just no. They are far shorter than anything that we as students are allowed to wear. And she doesn’t even cycle.
- The way she tells us all off for not doing things, mainly reading, in out spare time, when because of her, we don’t really have any free time.
- How she wants to start making revision resources for our exam now, when the exam isn’t till June.
- Her love of exams and standardised testing.
- The way she moans about how many essays she has to mark, when she sets them in the first place.
- She’s really condescending.
- The way she tells us loads of anecdotes about her baby/rest of her life, and then gets annoyed when we get distracted by them. Or if we don’t listen to them.
- Her Language.
- She doesn’t understand that people might have a life outside of school.
- The way she asks for volunteers to do something, and then just picks other people.
- How she expects everyone to be able to check there emails on their mobile phone.
- Her stupid, stupid face.