(In third grade, our teacher was out sick, so we had a sub. She was new to us, so we were all well-behaved. She tells us, rather rudely, to sit down and be quiet. We do. One girl realizes she has to go to the bathroom.) Student #1: Ms. [Sub], can I go to the bathroom really quick?
Substitute: No. You sat down, and school is going to start soon.
Student #2: Uhm…Ms. [Sub], we have six minutes until it actually starts…
Substitute: I don’t care! This is MY class! You are all to listen to ME!
(We brush it off, and eventually class starts. She goes to hand back homework, by calling us up to get our papers. A few of us, me included, are in a pull-out math class. We didn’t do the math homework because of it, which had been noted for the sub.)
Substitute: I see a few of you never did the homework. You’re going to miss recess now, while you do what you missed!
Me: But…Ms. [Sub], we didn’t do it because we do math with someone else!
Substitute: I don’t care! You should have done it anyways!
Student #3: Mrs. [Teacher] knows we don’t do the math homework, she gets our grades from [other teacher]!
Substitute: I don’t care! All of you, go sit in the hall!
(Me, Student #3, and a few others go out in the hall and sit against the wall. A few minutes later, another teacher comes by.) Other teacher: [My name], what are you doing out here? You’ve never been in trouble before!
Me: The sub won’t listen to us, she says we didn’t do the homework!
Other teacher: Here, why don’t you guys come into my classroom? You can play on the computers for a bit.
(We went in her class, and she got the principal. The sub was replaced by lunch, and we never saw her after that.)