It seems like everybody should observe a basic level of respect at a funeral.

But alas. Some people are challenged to find respect even in time of deepest grief. And unfortunately, someone has to hear them.

There's a coffin going into the ground and you still can't get your mouth in order? Come on.

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Listening is a powerful tool for teachers - and having open ears means hearing everything, like the kid whose mom gives noisy basement massages, or the student that made breakfast for a woman's kids after he went home with her from a club. And he still made it to class!

Not_Fluffy asked teachers of Reddit: What's something you've overheard, but with you didn't?

Submissions have been edited for clarity, context, and profanity.

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