I don't usually do this to teachers, but it's fun to play around with the really arrogant "high on their horse" kinds. Lemme tell ya about this teacher: 9th grade Health and Geography teacher. Doesn't actually teach per se though. She writes on her white board (VERY TINY AND MESSY HANDWRITING) page numbers and units, tells you to read it yourself, and tells you to do work. She has her student aids do grading most of the time. She usually just sits on her butt and eats Carl's Jr. food and drink. She picks favorites. She lets favorites sit wherever they want, talk, eat, and she gives them donuts once a month. Only her favorites though. I was never her favorite during freshman year and honestly I wouldn't wanna be babied by her just to use her like most of her favorites do. I really want nothing to do with that wretch. But... I've been getting 1 hour detentions every week, I don't know why, parents don't know why (they're about to have a fit), I don't really mind it, I just don't like the snob running it. I've noticed this teacher's attitude has changed. I'm very observant of her doings. She has a very strict no cellphone policy with the detention kids. She sees one, she takes it away, and sends the kid to the office. I don't use a cellphone so I never have that problem. The trick itself is revenge sort of. She made fun of me in front of some of my peers last detention and I wasn't very pleased. I asked how much time there was left, she said "10 minutes" and followed that with an "awww" like "awww too bad" in a poopy snobby way. She's unbelievably rude to detention students. I vote she gets fired but the school doesn't want to let go of a "nice lady who brings donuts". During 6th period I made a fake cellphone using paper, markers, a sharpie, and tape. It looked like an iPhone. I asked my 6th period teacher if it looked like a cellphone, she said yeah, then I asked my classmates, they agreed. So during detention I was pretending to text. She said "give it here", kids were staring, she walked off with it then stopped, she was staring at it for a wee bit, then crumpled it up. Haha! Afterwards she didn't say a thing to me but was staring at me an awful lot. The other students laughed when she crumpled it up and threw it away. I was waiting for her to tell me to go to the office but she never did. Just a whole lotta stink eye. I remember one time she left the room briefly and this guy was saying "wow she's a tard a f-bomb-ing tard man, crazy". He is right. Lol. I don't want anyone lecturing me on how immature that was to do. Because I know how immature it was. Why would an 11th grader do that? It's not a prank. I just wanted to see if she'd fall for it. Gullible wretch lol. I was "expirimenting", hehe.