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Mattwall1 November 1st, 2014 1:35am

Many of my Dad's students have nicknamed him "Dr. Evil." In part, this is due to his tendency to have problems with 666 as the answer. He enjoys it, but the administration hates the nickname. Is Dr. Evil an appropriate nickname for a teacher?

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rons Thanks America
11/01/14 5:44 am

It's fine! I had a nun in the third grade we called Madam King Kong! Are you called Mini Me?

jmw7477 Indiana
11/01/14 3:46 am

If it doesn't bother the teacher, then it's all in good fun.

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jvberg Winter has Come
10/31/14 11:05 pm

We had a teacher we called the same thing because people accidentally pronounced his last name as evil

tcadez Minnesnowta
10/31/14 8:19 pm

Better than some of the nicknames people have for some of the professors at my old university.

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GrandmaALiCE Rocky Mtns aerial view
10/31/14 7:33 pm

Your dad's boss should develop a sense of humor!

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Zod Above Pugetropolis
10/31/14 7:02 pm

Sure, why not? Especially if he embraces it by adopting some of the mannerisms, the little finger and whatnot.

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political Georgia
10/31/14 8:16 pm

I honestly wish there were 666 different answers to a math problem. Maybe if just got one of the answers, I could get full credit.

political Georgia
10/31/14 8:17 pm

Oh...the answer is JUST 666.

lvjenna
10/31/14 6:59 pm

There are worse things they could nickname him.

Liberty 4,032,064
10/31/14 6:38 pm

Only if he steals people's mojo!