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r/teachers is a subreddit that is full of oversensitive teachers who constantly whine and be SLF about their job. It was the subject of mockery and a sub-sequential raid on /soy/ that got stickied for an hour or two.[1][2] It's unknown if the plans to turn the trolling into a long-term plan will actually work due to both snitching and lost interest in the plan.

The initial threads and r/teachers user behavior

A r/teachers user response to being asked about what they have said when most of the students hate them. Because as we all know, dismissing student concerns is absolutely a mature class environment and the one kid that just slacks off and hates the class means that anyone who hates the class is a poor lazy nigger.
A r/teachers user response to being asked about what they have said when most of the students hate them. Because as we all know, dismissing student concerns is absolutely a mature class environment and the one kid that just slacks off and hates the class means that anyone who hates the class is a poor lazy nigger.

A thread was made simply to mock how out of touch some of the users of the subreddit are. It's common on the subreddit to find "teachers" giving out extreme solutions to simple problems. From making sexual harassment claims under Title XI which can get people legitimately IRL 'nished for kids simply making sex jokes in class, to bragging about how hated they are by students and pretending it's le heckin good as if the fact that even the overachievers in the class hate you isn't a sign that there is a problem with your teaching, there is truly no limit to how pissed off Redditors in actual real life jobs can get. Essentially, whenever a r/teachers Redditor posts about anything relating to individual students, it becomes a Mumsnet-like shitfest where the most extreme or retarded solutions are given to a problem. The rest of the vent posts are either about wages and about crime in schools (reasonable, although everyone knows 'teens are retards that live in their basement that understand none of this) or are just slightly coal-ish.

Users of r/teachers also tend to have a seething hatred for any social media, with TikTok and Instagram often cited as "mind rotters" and often grossly exaggerated as the end of Western Civilization (even doe they are[3][4][5]).

A r/teachers user telling a teacher to literally take Title XI (sexual harassment codes in the US for europoors) to a fourth grader for saying “you got them Bunss FR"

The Raid

A thread was made exploiting the gullibility of r/teachers involving a thrembometer (which is not a real thing), and some others made threards designed to make teachers believe that kids are becoming more racist and retarded everyday and started to make bait posts. These bait posts included a fictional story about students using 'oyspeak in class like "TND" or "Gemmy" and then going on a fake sperg about how Gen Z is becoming absorbed by bigotry and being absorbed by memes like Skibidi Toilet. Predictably, legitimate users started to give advice on how to discipline these rowdy kids and the bait accusing innocent acronym's of being Total Nigger Death dog-whistles resulted in commenters urging the 'teens to expel the kids and how they never knew that their students are using such racist language.

Snarky Snappy, UTTP, and now the 'cuck?
Snarky Snappy, UTTP, and now the 'cuck?
An innocent user telling the 'teen to call students "Thremboy" back to try and get the "students" to cringe.
An innocent user telling the 'teen to call students "Thremboy" back to try and get the "students" to cringe.

A snitchtroon who was previously known for foiling jackbox raids then went into the thread and posted the entire link to the thread and links to the bait posts to the subreddit modmail on xer twitter and then commented on the bait itself and warned users. As you can expect, 'teens were unhappy and attempted to discredit, mass-report, and dox and kill the snitch to no avail. The thread then died.

While some users in the thread had asked to make it a slow-burn long term operation to try and influence Redditors into thinking that random Gen Z memes are racist dogwhistles, the jannies are probably much more aware of trolling due to the snitch. Any future operation would have to be divided into threads over days, somehow make the operation snitch-proof, and be subtle enough (i.e: don't be an adhdgod and go "GEG MY STUDENTS KEEP ON SAYING TND WHAT DOES IT MEAN MY FELLOW TRANS RIGHTS PEDO REDDITORS XD DON'T SEARCH IT UP ON URBAN DICTIONARY").


Citations

  1. https://archive.is/G2A9g
  2. https://archive.ph/G2A9g
    https://web.archive.org/web/20231211225035/https://www.reddit.com/r/Teachers/comments/18g60lj/my_students_thrembometer_went_off_in_class_today/?rdt=57462
  3. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8393543/
  4. https://www.deseret.com/2022/11/24/23467181/difference-between-tik-tok-in-china-and-the-us
  5. https://medium.com/digital-reflections/tiktok-effect-on-attention-span-12211b0a06a1#:~:text=The%20study%2C%20which%20was%20conducted,attention%20span%20and%20working%20memory.
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