A Collection of Times When Professors Confided in Us


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Note: All responses are posted exactly as they were received. Understand there is an unwritten [sic] after every possibly erroneous (or not) response. Forward slashes are inserted to indicate line breaks.

“My professor once told our class, ‘I don’t get paid enough to care.’”

“One of my math professors talks about his ex-wife a lot.”

“My professor refuses to even say his ex-wife’s name.”

“My professor admitted he doesn’t think we’re actually learning in his class.”

“Our professor’s sorta old and he keeps telling us stories about climbing salt mines in his childhood out of nowhere.”


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