This school student stood up to a mean teacher in the best way possible 7 months ago

This school student stood up to a mean teacher in the best way possible

It's a little funny.

While we wouldn't tell our children to go down this exact route, the actions of this child make for a good story.

We've all had teachers that we'll remember forever - that have encouraged us to grow and reach our dreams from a young age.

And then there are the teachers that were absolute terrors - we're sure even some of your kids might have one now - that were Trunchbull-style in every single way.

Well, this man on Reddit wrote about one awful teacher and how one of his fellow students stood up to her... and it's brilliant.

"This happened in the early 90s and at the time the teacher had been teaching for 30 plus years. It was a rural area, so many of my friends parents had also suffered through at least one year of primary school with this awful woman. I've seen a grown woman cry recounting memories of her experiences --she was really that bad.

"Wielding control over our tiny little bladders was something that gave her a particular satisfaction. One day during cursive lessons this kid named Joseph asked to use the bathroom. She told him he should've used the bathroom during morning recess and would have to wait until lunch. A little while later he started squirming in his seat and again asked to use the bathroom, this time with more urgency.

"At this point our teacher starts berating the kid by telling him he is a little baby for not holding his bladder like a big boy and suggesting that he should wear diapers. Joseph gets tired of her shit, stands up from his seat, stares her directly in the eye and proceeds to unleash the most epic man-sized piss he could muster.

“As fate would have it he was wearing those mesh material basketball shorts so the piss just flowed unobstructed down his legs and pooled on the carpet beneath him. A wave of giggling quickly spread through the classroom, which was basically the second grade equivalent of a slow clap.

"Our teacher just stood there dumbfounded for a moment before grabbing Joseph by the arm and dragging him off to the principal's office. As they exited the room Joseph glanced over his shoulder with a big grin on his face. A legend was born that day and we all enjoyed our newfound bathroom privileges for the remainder of the school year. Teacher retired the following year."

Now, we're not so sure how we'd react if we got a call off the school principal to say our child did such a thing, but you have to give the kids credit for standing up to her.