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Double cut! Teachers shear student's lovely long hair AND cut grades of her friend who filmed it

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3 hours ago, webfact said:

The attacks from certain social media groups are unwarranted.

Wrong, the attacks are completely warranted. 

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1 hour ago, Myran said:

If anyone did that to my kid, the teachers in question would soon find themselves at the receiving end of my trimmer, and soon have a hair cut fit for a monk.

Really?

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14 minutes ago, robsamui said:

Some people have a simple view of the world.

 Recently I spent a long time in conversation with a French micro-biologist who previously worked with L'Oreal. He came to Thailand to branch out on his own and produce his own brand of high-end spa products. Having found suitable premises and set up the process-line, he then started looking around for two talented post-graduate students to train.

He contacted four top universities and arranged interviews. In all he interviewed 15 candidates spread between Bangkok and Songkla - the brightest and best of the young Thai people who were working towards their Doctorates. The result? He closed everything down and went back to Paris.

He told me that he simply couldn't believe that the students he interviewed were so ignorant (his words) of many of the basic processes and had huge gaps in their knowledge-base, and he reckoned that they were at about the same level of education that he would expect from an 18-year-old, fresh out of school, and just beginning a first-level degree course in Europe..
 

It is meaningless that Thailand boasts . . . "170 institutions of higher education in Thailand, both public and private, offering 4,100 curricula that can accommodate 156,216 new students" . . . if the students are ineffectively taught and learn virtually nothing along the way. It might do for Thailand but it's staggeringly 'under-educated' in terms of first-world nations.

I work on a daily basis with Thai people and they are a lot smarter than the average TV poster (make a lot more money too)

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1 minute ago, FritsSikkink said:

I work on a daily basis with Thai people and they are a lot smarter than the average TV poster (make a lot more money too)

:cheesy::cheesy: please stop with your silly nonsense, i am laughing so much its hurting.

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And the one who cut the hair even has her hair longer than the norm.....Sooo Thai....😁

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Just now, fruitman said:

And the one who cut the hair even has her hair longer than the norm.....Sooo Thai....😁

One is a student and one a teacher correct? 

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1 minute ago, marcusarelus said:

Countries with the likes of Brexit and government shutdowns are ill-suited to call Thailand toxic.  I gave up hope and moved to Thailand 20 years ago and have not been disappointed.  Thailand misses some things as do all countries.  Cutting grades for opening the school to criticism?   I was suspended from college for protesting the Vietnam war.  I was suspended for marching for women's rights.  I was suspended for marching for equal opportunity for all. 

So you were a troublemaker.....did you have a mohawk as well or rastafari hair?

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6 minutes ago, marcusarelus said:

One is a student and one a teacher correct? 

I dunnow but i would think the teachers would have to give the 'good' example...(just like policemen)...So whoever she is she sure needs to have her hair cut to the norm...

 

I really like the long hair on thai girls.....what a shame they have to cut it.

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Pretty much sums up the whole education policy here to a tee.

 

The school lost face 🤣

 

Not sure whether to laugh or cry. 

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6 minutes ago, fruitman said:

I dunnow but i would think the teachers would have to give the 'good' example...(just like policemen)...So whoever she is she sure needs to have her hair cut to the norm...

 

I really like the long hair on thai girls.....what a shame they have to cut it.

British army females hairstyles.

 

 

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26 minutes ago, colinneil said:

:cheesy::cheesy: please stop with your silly nonsense, i am laughing so much its hurting.

That you can become poster of the year with these strange comments is a bit sad.

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4 minutes ago, overherebc said:

British army females hairstyles.

 

 

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Do they have a special helmet for these ladies? And what if in combat when somebody looses his/her helmet and they want to use the one from a dead soldier?

 

Nope, for armygirls i think millimetered hair is best...just like for the men.

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14 minutes ago, colinneil said:

It appears that the 1 suspension you missed, was hanging from the ceiling.:cheesy::cheesy::cheesy:

You and me should start a go fund me to buy some 60's flares, a flowery shirt and beads for someone.

😆😆😆😆😆

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2 minutes ago, fruitman said:

Do they have a special helmet for these ladies? And what if in combat when somebody looses his/her helmet and they want to use the one from a dead soldier?

 

Nope, for armygirls i think millimetered hair is best...just like for the men.

There is a good one and a half inches berween your head and the helmet, it's not like a skull cap. 😆

Do you think that any woman who passes a motorbike test should have their head shaved as well, or female engineers who have to wear a safety helmet??

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20 minutes ago, fruitman said:

I dunnow but i would think the teachers would have to give the 'good' example...(just like policemen)...So whoever she is she sure needs to have her hair cut to the norm...

 

I really like the long hair on thai girls.....what a shame they have to cut it.

Teachers are married, drink and drive cars?  Old expression, rank has it's privileges. 

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