Canadian Teacher Allegedly Asks Student, ‘Why Don’t You Lick Me Where I Fart?’
An Ontario high school teacher has been suspended without pay amid allegations that she used some colorful language with her students. Dunnville Secondary School English teacher Jennifer Elizabeth Green-Johnson stands accused to asking a student, “Why don’t you lick me where I fart?”
If that sounds extreme, Green-Johnson is a repeat offender when it comes to appearing in front of disciplinary review boards. She was suspended for 30 days for alleged incidents in 2015 that included telling a student to “grow some balls” and calling another student a “bloody pedophile.”
Admittedly, I’m curious about the exchange that led to Green-Johnson calling a student a pedo, but still, the point that it’s inappropriate in a classroom setting stands.
She also reportedly issued a female student the devastating burn that she “looked like a frumpy old lady today.”
Ice motherfucking cold.
If Jennifer Elizabeth Green-Johnson finally gets axed from the teaching profession, maybe she has a future as an insult comic.
That being said, at least she didn’t have sex with any of her students.