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Is burping in class rude

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    Hi guys my geography teacher gave me detention for burping in her lesson i would like to get peoples opinouns on this . I wasant being rude i was doing my work and just sitting there listening happend to burp
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    Next thing you know people will be farting and $hitting themselves in class.


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    Yh it is 👍🏼
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    that's gross... if it was accidental and you immediately apologised and looked embarassed I'd have expected you to get away with it but given it sounds like you didn't care I think they were right to punish you
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hi guys my geography teacher gave me detention for burping in her lesson i would like to get peoples opinouns on this . I wasant being rude i was doing my work and just sitting there listening happend to burp
    I would also have given you detention for your grammar
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    (Original post by doodle_333)
    that's gross... if it was accidental and you immediately apologised and looked embarassed I'd have expected you to get away with it but given it sounds like you didn't care I think they were right to punish you
    i did apologise but she wasant botherd she is a strict teacher she seemed mad at the time with other students as well i just happend to be the person she could unfairly punnish its not my fault i happend to burp i know its gross but it just happend and it was embarasing .
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    (Original post by Reachin4TheStars)
    Yh it is 👍🏼
    I knew it probably is but i couldant help it . I allways do my work and am not disruptive just happend to come out i did apologise but she got angry and may have thought i did it on purpose . She is a strict teacher and does give detention for anything
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    (Original post by doodle_333)
    that's gross... if it was accidental and you immediately apologised and looked embarassed I'd have expected you to get away with it but given it sounds like you didn't care I think they were right to punish you
    I dont think its fair you can be punished for a body function
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    Why should it be rude? I think your teacher may be a bit sensitive if she finds something like burping rude.
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    (Original post by HurtfulHarold)
    Why should it be rude? I think your teacher may be a bit sensitive if she finds something like burping rude.
    Exactly She embarased me by making an issue of it its a human thing it just came out. She is just harsh you cant breath in her class
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Exactly She embarased me by making an issue of it its a human thing it just came out. She is just harsh you cant breath in her class
    Oh well, it's not the end of the world. Just try not to burp in her class again you know?
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    You sound like you made a deliberate point of it. A teacher wouldnt give detetion for someone who burped and had made an attempt to minimise the noise. If you feel she us being that unfair then mak a complain to the head of year or headmaster.
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    Sometimes you can't help but burp or fart. It's not something anyone in class wants to hear but I don't think it warrants detention. Simply saying excuse me and laughing it off would have been enough imo.

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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    You sound like you made a deliberate point of it. A teacher wouldnt give detetion for someone who burped and had made an attempt to minimise the noise. If you feel she us being that unfair then mak a complain to the head of year or headmaster.
    It just came out so i couldant minimise it i told my tutor she said she will talk to her it was one of those things we will see
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    [QUOTE=Spock's Socks;67732968]Sometimes you can't help but burp or fart. It's not something anyone in class wants to hear but I don't think it warrants detention. Simply saying excuse me and laughing it off would have been enough imo.
    Exactly i apologised i have talked to my tutor and she is soughting it out . I have already had the detention that day in my lunch hour. It was embarassing for me as i am not a bad student she is a strict teacher and made a point of punnishing me it seems .
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    (Original post by Reachin4TheStars)
    Yh it is 👍🏼
    It is but you cant do much about it if it comes out
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    (Original post by doodle_333)
    that's gross... if it was accidental and you immediately apologised and looked embarassed I'd have expected you to get away with it but given it sounds like you didn't care I think they were right to punish you
    What's gross about a natural body function
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    Hi i would just like to say that i was sent out of class today for burping. It was very loud but done accidentally, i don't think i was disturbing the lesson as everyone started laughing and found it very funny as did i. On Wednesday i was in a computing lesson and my teacher said i was getting a detention for burping. I told him i would complain about him and get my dad into school. In the end he took it away. I think its ridiculous how teacher try to give you a detention for something that it is natural and out of our control.
 
 
 
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