Justin Bieber "I Was Taught By A Master!"

Funny story written by Bureau

Tuesday, 25 February 2014

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On his way downtown Los Angeles to appear before a judge Justin Bieber told the police lady driving that he was taught by a "Master" and that was the source of a lot of his problems.

The officer later told this reporter that Bieber was alluding to his 9th grade teacher at school, one Mrs. Taggert. Only, he had gotten carried away and pushed it too hard.

Apparently, there had been mischief abroad in the small classroom and the latest was after everyone got back from lunch the first ones in found the thumbtack in their seats when they sat down. Mr. Bieber stated that Mrs. Taggert gather up the thumbtacks as soon as she removed her own from her chair.

"Just for this trick, the latest of several, I have prepared a pop quiz and your entire grade will depend upon your completing the one-hour test on different subjects we have read and discussed here in class. Let's see who has been listening and who has been trying to think up another trick."

"Oh, when you turn your papers over now that they have been handed out and turned upside down, you have one hour exactly. But, before you answer any of the questions, you need to read all the questions first, go back to the first one and begin your answers."

The officer stated that Bieber and nearly most of the other students didn't want to waste time and began answering immediately but hadn't completed the test as the time ran out.

Then the teacher told them. "If you had listened to me, you would have read the questions first and when you came to the final one, it reads 'Thank you for reading all the questions. You are to hold the paper until the time is up and turn it in. If there are no marks on your test of your trying to answer, you get an 'A' for the period. Looks like that was less than half of you. Too bad."

The officer laughed. "I think I would have liked her for a teacher."

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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