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The Weirdest Things My Teachers Said to Me: Part 1

“And so man was cast out of the garden and forced to live a mortal life with pain and suffering, and it was only by God’s grace and his sacrifice of his only son that we now have a chance at heaven,” concluded my teacher with a pleasant sigh, as though he was presently feeling the sin washed off his body. Half the class stared at him with mild shock, the other half stared into space with disinterest…

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Rachel Wayne

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