General Chat Thread, Not all kids are bad! in General; Must admit we have some very nice kids at our place, and some pains in the backside....
31st March 2008, 12:20 AM #16
Must admit we have some very nice kids at our place, and some pains in the backside.
31st March 2008, 10:02 AM #17
Well just come back from a weekend in Berlin with 16 kids. Fantastic time hugely down to a great bunch of kids. They really got into, weren't fussy. Had to queue for a couple of places really long times (I mean hour and a half at one point) & no huge whinges. Not fussy about food, had second helpings even! No problems at night, great game of cards with a load of them and really made it a pleasure. So yes, there definitely are nice kids out there, just have to hunt them down
1st April 2008, 12:00 PM #18
Originally Posted by kerrymoralee9280
[CYNICAL MODE] That's because we can ban them from the internet. [/CYNICAL MODE]
1st April 2008, 12:12 PM #19
Originally Posted by flyinghaggis
1st April 2008, 12:13 PM #20
I am in the fortunate position that pretty much all of our girls are really nice, and even the "bad" ones would be angels compared to those in some other schools.
I think that acrobson touches on an interesting point though - because we don't encounter every student, we only know the ones who for whatever reason draw attention to themselves. This is often done by playing up, being rude, barging past you through doors, etc; the "nice", i.e. quiet and hard-working, ones don't make it onto our radar. Some students stand out for being particularly friendly, helpful, etc but in an environment where 95% of the students are nice, this isn't always noticed. At least, that's my experience here.
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