A student starts to escalate before dismissal:
S: I don’t give a fuck
Mr. C: Let’s watch the language.
S: Man I can curse if I want.
Mr. C: And you know the consequences of your actions.
S: It’s Friday, I ain’t gotta job and I ain’t got shit to do, so fuck you.
(Throws a chair and walks out of the room.)
In a Senior discussion about suicide bombers:
Mr. C: Well some suicide bombers attach bombs to their chest and use cell phones to detonate them.
Mr. C: I wish I could show you guys the hurt locker.
D: Why can’t you?
Mr. C: There is a lot of language and violence.
D: We grown ass men.
Mr. C: Well it’s rated R.
D: Nah its PG-14.
Mr. C: Haha.
D: That’s not real is it?
Mr. C: No it’s PG-13.
2nd block with 8th graders:
A student takes a liking to my hat.
L: Aw I like this, can I have it?
Mr. C: No.
L: Where you get it?
Mr. C: Chicago.
L: Do I look like I care?
Mr. C: I don’t know, you certainly just asked me where I got it.
L: You look itty today.
Mr. C: What?
Mr. C: What does that mean?
Mr. C: Stop cursing.
J: No shitty aint a curse word.
Mr. C: Yes it is.
D: Nah, it mean “fresh.”
Mr. C: Hmm. Well just use itty I guess.
J: Shitty ain’t a curse, it mean it good. But If I say something like shut up you shitty ass–
Mr. C: Stop. No matter what the context is, you are still using the same word.