Teachers shouldn’t get spiteful.
It never ends well for them. While I am well aware teachers have it hard with their pay cuts and all the frustrations they go through every day but that does not give them the right to be rude towards their students. I have known many teachers who thought their subject deserved more attention even if that particular student wanted nothing to do with that subject in the future.
Everyone is different and that doesn’t man art will be everyone’s priority. It is good to have a creative outlet but not everyone is in need of that or even wants that. And we all know how teenagers can be utterly spiteful when it comes to adults and their rude remarks. So it is no surprise that this person decided to put their all in a project that they didn’t want to do in the first place just to stick it to their art teacher,
And it paid off as well. You can read the whole story by scrolling below.
The title says it all but all the juicy bits are right below.
The best way to get good at something is through a challenge.
First, we get a little bit of backstory as to what was happening.
I can somewhat understand their point of view as well.
However, he still did his best and worked hard.
So they should have just let him be but they didn’t.
I can already see where this is going.
This was the artwork he was supposed to be inspired by.
A new project can be very fun until you get bored of it.
He was letting his hatred color his perception and that is never good.
Teachers are supposed to support their students not belittle their work.
At least the Gallery representatives didn’t have any sort of perception.
I bet the teacher wasn’t happy to hear this.
An excellent example of how, in creative endeavors, even the “expert” opinion is just that; a single person’s opinion. Worth the paper it’s printed on. –procrastinator3000v2
It would have all been forgiven if he had just been nicer and admitted his mistake.
That certainly would have made the teacher regret his actions.
Have you ever done something so drastic out of spite? Comment down below and let us know.