We all have our favorite teachers. We all have teachers whose guts we hated. And then, regardless of our own stance, many of us have teachers who we simply respected—like, dislike, it didn’t matter. We respected them for whatever they did.
AskReddit has been answering this very question not too long ago: Redditors were sharing stories, whether wholesome or just plain badass, with internauts about the things teachers did that made students respect them.
In particular, user u/ApacheAirCover asked people to share their stories of their respect for teachers in a now-viral Reddit thread that has gained over 57,000 upvotes with 10,000+ comments and 300 Reddit awards.
Check out the best stories in Bored Panda’s curated list below. While you’re there, why not vote and comment on the stories you loved the most, and share your experiences with teachers you respect in the comment section below!
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When I was in the 1st grade my mother gave me one of MANY really awful haircuts. The first day back at school afterward the kids picked on me horribly. So much that I ran out and hid. The principal found me and we went back to the classroom and he asked me to wait outside for a minute while he talked to the class. He then walked me to his office and bought me a Coke.
The next day – first thing in the morning – we had an assembly with the entire school and he walked up on stage with his head shaved completely bald and talked about bullying and the like.
Some twenty years down the road he had retired and I ran into him at the local college. SHook his hand and said:
– «You probably don’t remember me, but,»
– «Yes I do,» he interrupted and said my name and the event.
The man was and is a hero in my eyes.
When I was a kid we had to purchase these red punch cards to get lunch at school. Unfortunately we didn’t have that much money so there were times where my punch card would run out and I wasn’t able to eat for a while until we got enough money to repurchase another one (why nobody in my family applied for assistance was beyond me). I had one teacher who noticed I wasn’t eating every day and she would bring an extra sandwich and offer it to me whenever she saw that. I really didn’t understand how kind that was when I was a kid but obviously as an adult That was such an amazing gesture of kindness.
I had a sociology professor who gave us a Do Not Fail Checklist. Complete and you were guaranteed to pass. I also had a high school Chem teacher who bet us all $100 that if we passed his class we would pass our first college chem class. He was just really awesome all around- he told stories about travelling the world over breaks, got absurdly off topic to teach us random stuff, had a physics lab where we got to throw eggs at him, and occassionally we had a class where absolutely nothing got done because we were having a discussion. He used to give out quarters for correcting him, or for anything done really well. He put up posters about his trips and gave us extra credit quizes about them because he said being observant was really important in chemistry. Actually there were a few really weird activities in that class- I will never forget the time he ate chalk to prove to us that it was the same stuff as in milk. He was brilliant, hilarious, and just a really incredible human being.
Junior year of high school, English class. We were discussing a story we had read. One student (let’s call him Carl,) made a point. The teacher was dismissive and basically said Carl was wrong.
The next day, after we took our seats the teacher said, «Before we begin, I was thinking about what Carl said yesterday. I was wrong to dismiss it so quickly. Let’s take a look at that again.»
He then went on to repeat Carl’s point and initiate a conversation with the entire class. After the conversation, it became apparent Carl’s point was indeed off base, but I was impressed the teacher publicly owned his mistake and went down the path he should have.
i told my english teacher about my unfortunate experience at my last school (just stupid people treating me like crap) and he approached me after class and said «hey, i’m sorry that happened to you. y’know there is a phrase in the english language that i think you ought to know. f*ck them».
I had a business studies teacher who used to be a mental health professional. So she knew the signs when my depression was particularly bad (for example submitting work at 3am) and would always make sure I had eaten and offered me coffee and generally made her classroom a safe space for anyone. Sesstein if you’re reading this you’re amazing!!
My astronomy teacher in high school was a textbook nerd. Glasses, bow tie, mustache, pocket protector, the whole deal. There was a group of senior girls that would mock him mercilessly. One day, he noticed a pack of cigarettes hanging out of one of their purses. As he walked by during his lecture, he reached down and pulled one cigarette out of the box. He proceeded to insert the tip of the cigarette into his nose and continued the lesson like nothing was wrong. This dude must’ve kept that cigarette hanging in his nose for 30 minutes without mentioning it once.
At the end of class, he casually walked back to the girl’s desk, grabbed the pack out of her purse, inserted the nose cigarette, then shook the pack and handed it back to the girl without a word.
It was such a baller move. Rock on, Mr. Keith.
My highschool science teacher paused class to rip a student apart for bullying another student. Called it out as soon as it happened, infront of everyone, and that bully never went near that other kid again. Will always remember that.
Instead of shouting at my loud class for not shutting up before the lesson began, my history teacher decided to quietly tell the story of a pink elephant that wanted to be an astronaut. After a few seconds, people started to shut up and listen about the pink elephant. When everyone was quiet and listening, he stopped mid-story.
As much as it made me respect him.. WHY DIDN’T YOU FINISH THE STORY FFS! THAT CLIFFHANGER!
Math teacher : «I don’t care if you have good grades or bad grades, if you work hard, I will work harder to make you pass».
He worked hard for me; I passed…
Treated kids with autism + aspergers like actual human beings.
In my school I was in a special needs unit for kids with aspergers and autism called the CDU (communication disorder unit). The kids in there ranged from having mild aspergers to full on severe autism, and as such most teachers treated everyone from there like they had severe mental health problems just because they were labelled as having autism or aspergers even if it was very mild. But there was one support teacher in the cdu who was genuinely just a nice dude, whether he was talking to kids who had severe autism or just some mild social anxiety he wouldn’t talk extra slowly or call you “bud” or “pal” at the end of a sentence, he would talk to everyone like they were real human beings. It might seem like a small thing but when that’s how pretty much all teachers talked to you and treated you in every class it was very refreshing to talk to someone who would talk to you based on who you were as a person rather than treating someone differently for being labelled as autistic.
This will probably get lost, but I want to shout out this teacher of mine. She was our AP English Language teacher for our senior year of high school. On one of the first days in her class, she explained how she went from being a kindergarten teacher to a high school senior teacher.
She always saw off her cute and happy kindergarten kids, but as they grew up and they came back to visit her, a lot of them came to her troubled and dissatisfied with their lives. It made her real emotional about how people had treated these kids she loved so much, how she couldn’t afford to see kids so disconnected with life, and how she didn’t want them to suffer as they headed out towards college and their adult lives.
So she changed curriculums and started teaching seniors. If I remember right, it always came down to sending her kids off with a smile, prepping them for the real world.
I respect the hell out of her and she’ll always be one of my favorites. Truly like a mother to all her students.
I remember my 5th grade teacher had every student circle one book from the Scholastic book fair flyer. When the day came for the fair if you didn’t go to the library to purchase that book for yourself, she would buy it with her own money to make sure every student got to take a book home. I wouldn’t have had any books of my own if it weren’t for her.
It was small but he told us he was going to be in a bad mood that day because someone stole his bike. Just treating us like people was something that was rare in that school.
I had a teacher in elementary school who was prone to outbursts. He had a short fuse, at least compared to every other adult I knew at the time. For instance, when several of us in class weren’t listening he’d throw a piece of chalk against the wall to get our attention.
Honestly, we just thought he was crazy.
A year or maybe two years later, the school had a talent show. Like a big one, in the gym, in front of everyone. One my classmates was really into music and wanted to play a drum solo. Our teacher had mentioned off-hand that he used to be in a band and played drums, so my classmate asked him (sort of dared, like kids often do with adults) to play a solo in front of the school
And he did. He f!@#$%^ rocked it.
But that’s not what made me respect him. Turns out the band he played for was a very successful, and at the time quite popular rock band. He left just before they became popular, because he wanted to be a teacher. He chose teaching kids over the chance at fame and fortune, and didn’t regret it.
Decided to look him up and he’s still a teacher, and doing very well. Made me smile.
A math teacher went to the hospital several times to visit a student who had been seriously injured in an accident.
The teacher offered companionship, free tutoring, and genuine encouragement.
I had a professor that made it crystal clear that if we ever made an appointment and didn’t show up, he’d take 5 points off of our final grade.
I tried to find him during office hours and he wasn’t available. I told him that I deserved an extra 5 points because he wasn’t available when he said he would be and he gave it to me in the interest of fairness
My teacher was asking a student in the hallway to quiet down, as they were disrupting her class. The student proceeds to not quiet down and begins bombarding the teacher with teenage insults, the teacher who if you can imagine is a short-ish hippy lady in her late 50’s, one of the nicest people I know and would always have time to help you with an assignment regardless what she was currently doing. Anyway, the student, who is still raging starts walking away from my teacher, and the first words my teacher says to him after asking him to quiet down is «I’m sorry, have a good rest of your day.» It took me some time to understand what she did that day, she knew that the student wasn’t angry at her for asking him to be quiet he was angry due to personal reasons and he was just lashing out. And she let the student release some of that anger towards her, and when it was done she responded with only kindness after hearing hate for minutes. I have a solid amount of respect for almost all teachers but for her I have the most. She taught me that kindness can only be spread through kindness.
I had a physical education teacher who organised basketball, volleyball, handball and football tournaments, organised ‘olympic games’ for the local kids and taught us dancing on weekends. On his own. Just for us kids, because we lived in a remote place without many activities and things going on. He was more than a simple teacher.
Told us a joke about his name (before we could) and allowed us to eat during his classes «because kids your age can’t help being hungry all the time», as long as we did it quietly. Great guy. His whole attitude made all of us actually pay attention and do our best.
One of my high school math teachers had a policy that you could retake any test as many times as you needed to. No penalties. And she would help tutor you during any study hall or before or after school or during lunch.
Must’ve been a huge pain in the ass time wise to write new tests and tutor and grade. But her stance was that she was there to teach. And if you didn’t grasp it enough for the test, you didn’t gain anything by failing and moving on. But if you cared and wanted to learn how to do it, then she was responsible to support you the entire way there.
I went to a small charter school for middle school. Our English/literature teacher was brand new to teaching, if I remember correctly she was only 22 which seemed old at the time. She always did her best to be so cheerful and make learning fun. But the thing that truly solidified her spot as my favorite teacher was that for every student’s birthday she would give you a personalized mini notebook. It was just a simple small composition notebook but she had filled the first couple pages telling me how much she loved having me as a student, how far she knew I would go, and other affirmations. It seems small but as a 13 year old who had a crappy home life it made all the difference in how I acted the rest of the year.
I had a principal in a new school i hadn’t met yet because the first day of school at my new high school was my dad’s funeral. He had no idea what I looked like, but he sought me out in the really crowded hallways and gave me a hug and his condolences. Never felt creepy, only cared about.
He went on to local politics and became our mayor. Only time I have truly voted for the best person for the job and not the least objectionable.
Had an extremely zany teacher who taught Psychology, and had the last name Ward. Psycho personality (in the best way possible) to fit her name and job. Never met someone who fit their name and job description so well. (Worse, she taught driver’s ed too, on the side.)
She was the type whose zany personality was a big plus; most of her kids loved her, but if you effed around in her class, she’d eject you from it, with extreme prejudice.
She still teaches, and she teaches very well.
As an aside, there was also this middle-aged woman who was basically a hall monitor and filled in any other position she could think of, as well as handing out dententions or suspensions if she caught you effing around instead of being where you were supposed to be. Small lady, absolutely no-nonsense and tough as nails. She wouldn’t take s!@# from you, but also incredibly fair overall.
I realized she knew when to bend. My older two siblings hated her because she always caught them skipping class, smoking, or worse. I got along with her very well and never caused her any trouble. I asked her once about my little brother, and she said he was a good kid and while she’d had to give him detention a few times, she was also proud of him because when he got into a fight, he did it for the right reasons. My little bro’s a very tall, hulking guy and never hesitated to defend someone from a bully. It got him a few detentions for fighting but apparently she made it clear she was proud of him for standing up for others nonetheless.
I repeated this later to my brother, and he said she was a very good woman, very fair, and that he’d liked her for that fairness, and her sheer guts.
In my first year of high school, my class decided to play a simple prank on our English/SOSE teacher, by all laughing when he faced the board, and then stopping every time he turned around to face us. After a few minutes of this, he just left the classroom without a word. We all sat there, confused, until a few minutes later the assistant principal comes in and explains that we’ve really upset our teacher; he made us believe we’d seriously f!@#$% up…
Then our teacher walked in and pretty much went «gotcha!»
That son of a bitch had our respect from then on.
I had a professor in college who was 5 minutes late to the start of an 8am lecture and clearly distraught. She started by apologizing for the delay and explaining that she just got off the phone with her sister telling her that her mother just died of cancer. The remainder of her lectures for the day were cancelled, but she was going to try to keep it together enough to do ours since we were already there so early in the morning. I respected that she decided to give us the lecture we had come for despite being in the immediate shock of mourning a loved one and being vulnerable enough to tell us.
We had a pretty cool and badass teacher in 5th grade. He was cool, made jokes, made lessons fun but at the same time, didn’t take s!@#.
We had these REALLY naughty boys in our class, like they pulled pranks, skipped class, bullied other kids, never turned in assignments or projects.
One day they did something really bad (don’t remember what it was) and it made our teacher REALLY REALLY MAD. I was like, this is it, we all about to be a bunch of witnesses. I thought he was about to put hands on these kids. This man was livid.
He called the main instigator to the front of the class, and just stared at him for what seemed like forever. And this kid was just like, not bothered, had an attitude.
This teacher then starts talking, cool and calm, lecturing this kid about all the bad choices his making, about how he needs to think about if those choices are going to get him anywhere in life, stuff like that.
He brought that kid to tears. This kid, who thought he was the s!@#, oh so cool, untouchable, will never have to face the music kind of kid. He stood there in tears.
The teacher wasn’t rude or disrespect, didn’t like hit the kid or scream and shout at the kid. Simply spoke to him about making better choices.
Teacher said the «lecture» we a lesson to all of us.
I just think it was so cool the way the teacher handled it. Spoke to him (all of us) in a way that made us think about our future for the 1st time.
Make good choices.
I had been put in a lower set due to class capacity issues.
He started off with a speech around what we would be learning this year and then assigned work to the class. After that he walked up to me and gave me a big book with the syllabus and told me he knew I’m too smart for this class and instead of following what the class does he wants me to work through the syllabus at my pace (faster than others being implied) and he would come and check on me after assigning work to everyone else. He said I could do lots or as little each class but I needed to finish the book by the end of the year.
Super duper motivated me to smash his class.
I moved out of home during high school. It was stressful, to say the least. I started to fall behind in assignments, I would be absent for days at time, I missed tests etc.
I ended up explaining the bare minimum of my situation to my English teacher, and their response always stuck with me.
«Just do what you can.»
It may not seem like much, but right then and there, for sixteen year old kid who felt like simply living was a burden… it was everything.
I was in college and my teacher ran in about 10 minutes late. His excuse went something like this:
Him: “Sorry I’m late guys, I was…it’s not really important ahh…yeah just that…”
Me, a smartass: “…Godzilla?”
Him without missing a beat: “Nope, Mothra.”
A small thing like a sense of humor is nice.
It was a professor, but she said she wasn’t going to have a textbook for the class. Basically, she didn’t respect the textbook representatives trying to take the pharma approach to force kids to buy an $170 access code.
Instant respect. You just had to show up to the lectures and she’d teach you what you needed to know.
A supply teacher spend the day recovering my lost sticker collection.
I’m sure its done in other countries but in uk primary/junior schools. Playtime becomes a trading hub on the playground for stickers. Anyway, one particular day i made a massive haul of stickers which I misplaced for a split second and it was gone. I was devastated and my teacher saw me in distress when i got back from class, my teacher promised she would get them all back for me.
True to her word she did. In fact it turned out several people had made off with my stash of stickers and she spent her lunch time tracking down every one of the children who had them, claimed them back and grilling the kids in turn to who else had my cards and getting them to see her. By the end of lunch she returned them to me all accounted for. For a supply teacher to do this, it was a seriously kind gesture as most teachers would shrugged their shoulders and carry on as if nothing happened.
I’m epileptic and had a large set of seizures not long before finals in high school chemistry. My seizures tend to mess with my memory, and those multiple seizures had devastated my memory of everything I’d learned in class that semester. I was doing reasonably well in class but absolutely bombed the test. After the failed test I ended up just shy of passing the class and he decided to give me a bonus question that passed me. I didn’t expect that, but the empathy was nice to see from a teacher. Even still, the whole situation sucked.
My math teacher told me I should have studied better. He then offered for me to retake the test which seems reasonable enough but there was no point as it was just all gone.
I’ve only had one since that was worse than that, but fortunately I’ve got an understanding employer. It doesn’t hurt that I’ve got a union rep as well…
My 4th grade teacher would have a «classroom yard sale» every year after she did her annual Spring cleaning. Her daughter was about 13, so the things she’d recently outgrown would be age-appropriate for us. (I’m aware this wouldn’t work out every year, and I’m not sure how long she taught at our school but she told us it was a regular thing.)
We didn’t have to pay for them. If we needed or wanted something, we could have it.
There was some sort of lesson incorporated into the yard sale…how to trade or value money or something like that…so we didn’t feel embarrassed if we needed a few more things than the other kids did. I wish I could remember exactly how it worked, but this happened in 1994.
She was an all-around great teacher. Thanks, Miss Ferrell, whose name I’ve probably misspelled. Your class was fun.
I had a teacher in the 6th grade who gave me a C+ on a poster project that I turned in. When he saw my disappointment he asked, «What grade do you think you should have gotten?» I thought for a second and said «a B+». He immediately scratched out the grade and gave me a B+. (Tragically, I saw in the news a few years later that he drowned while on a fishing trip. That got to me.)
I had a professor once state that she doesn’t believe in trick questions. Students trick themselves up enough without the professor helping that along. She never did put trick questions.
I remember my first math class in college. I didn’t take any math my senior year of high school because I finished my math requirements my junior year. Anyway, the first math test hit me like a truck after never having to try in high school and I scored in the low 60’s. The next three tests, I learned to study and got 3 98’s in a row.
The last week of class, the professor (who was a hard ass by the way and would kick you out for having your phone out) called me up to her desk after class and said clearly you were having a bad day that first exam, so don’t worry about that grade because I won’t count it. It really changed my view of that professor.
My band director – he laughed with us, he talked to us like people instead of lowly teenage students. And he read to us – The Power of Positive Thinking. He saw a need for it – some of the kids were bored out of their skulls and thought it was stupid, but some of us listened. Personally, I love that he recognized a problem and took action. I’ve been out of high school for wow..30 years this year…I’m still in touch with him. He’s THE most influential person in my life that is not related to me, and it’s because he chose to invest and do more than bare minimum as a teacher.
English teacher in high school asked where my homework was. Responded “I forgot to do it” and he said to the rest of the class “Why can’t you guys be like Scratch_That_? He doesn’t come up with some excuse he just tells me he didn’t do it”
I had a principal in high school that was extremely strict and was ALWAYS looking to get people in trouble. It got to the point where everyone knew that even the teachers hated him, but none of them ever said anything about it because they didn’t want to lose their jobs.
Well, there was this one kid that was being accused of something he didn’t actually do, and one teacher decided she’d had enough of the principal’s bulls!@# and stood up for the kid. She was an amazing teacher and of course he fired her at the end of the school year. That didn’t stop her from coming to my class’s graduation the next year though!
There was one other teacher that would make comments about the principal in class and insinuated his hatred toward him. Nobody snitched, and at the end of the school year on his last day of teaching, he wrote a note saying he quits because of the principal and left it on his desk and never returned. Love that man.
Spirit y American Airlines cancelaron cientos de vuelos, frustrando a los pasajeros
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Spirit y American Airlines cancelaron cientos de sus vuelos el martes, exasperando a los pasajeros en los aeropuertos de todo el país y, en algunos casos, dejándolos varados.
La mitad de los vuelos del martes de Spirit fueron cancelados: un total de 347 vuelos, según Associated Press. En comparación, American Airlines había cancelado alrededor de 300 vuelos, alrededor del 10% del total del día, a media tarde del martes.
Ambas aerolíneas han experimentado interrupciones en los vuelos durante los últimos tres días. Según el rastreador de vuelos FlightAware, Spirit canceló el 19% de sus vuelos dominicales y el 40% de sus vuelos el lunes. American canceló 300 vuelos los domingos y 563 vuelos los lunes.
American Airlines ha atribuido sus cancelaciones y retrasos al clima severo que ocurre en Dallas Fort Worth.
«Un evento prolongado de clima severo en Dallas Fort-Worth el domingo por la noche hasta el lunes por la mañana trajo fuertes lluvias sostenidas, fuertes vientos, relámpagos, microrráfagas y granizo a nuestro centro más grande», dijo la portavoz de American Airlines, Laura Masvidal, en un comunicado a NPR. «El evento meteorológico de nueve horas provocó retrasos en los vuelos, cancelaciones y casi 100 desvíos. Los miembros de nuestro equipo trabajan las veinticuatro horas del día para atender a nuestros clientes».
Según American Airlines, muchos miembros de su tripulación habían «agotado el tiempo», ya que habían trabajado todas sus horas debido a retrasos y otras interrupciones.
En Twitter, Spirit Airlines dijo que estaba «experimentando desafíos operativos en algunas áreas» de su red y alentó a los pasajeros a verificar el estado de sus vuelos antes de dirigirse al aeropuerto.
Un portavoz de Spirit atribuyó las interrupciones al clima, cortes del sistema y escasez de personal en ciertas áreas de operación.
«Al responder a estos desafíos, Spirit ha implementado algunas cancelaciones proactivas nuevamente hoy para restablecer nuestras operaciones», escribió el portavoz de Spirit, Field Sutton, en un comunicado a NPR. «Actualmente, la mayoría de nuestros vuelos siguen programados según lo planeado».
Las interrupciones se producen en muchas aerolíneas que están mal preparadas para la ola de pasajeros que regresan y están ansiosos por viajar una vez más.
En Twitter, la palabra del personal, incluidos los pilotos, «marchando» en ciertos aeropuertos ha generado especulaciones sobre una huelga de empleados. Una declaración de la Asociación de Auxiliares de Vuelo-CWA dice que no hay ninguna.
«No hay huelga de asistentes de vuelo. Las tripulaciones no son el problema», se lee en el comunicado.
Dentro de los aeropuertos, los pasajeros frustrados y conmocionados publicaron videos y expresaron su enojo por las largas filas, la comunicación mínima y los vuelos cancelados en Twitter y TikTok.
Hoy temprano, Spirit Airlines canceló cientos de vuelos debido a «una serie de desafíos climáticos y operativos» que dejaron a la gente varada. Esta fue la escena de Hartsfield Jackson esta mañana.pic.twitter.com/0RRNjEUiUH
– Todo Georgia (@GAFollowers) 3 de agosto de 2021
Josie Fischels es pasante en la mesa de noticias de NPR.
50 razones por las que ‘Dogspotting’ es probablemente el grupo de Facebook más puro de todos los tiempos (nuevas fotos)
¿Hay demasiados perros? Aquí en Panda aburrido, creemos que la respuesta es un rotundo ‘¡no!’ Fotos divertidas y extravagantes de perros y gatos, fotos de comida deliciosa y ejemplos fabulosos de arte, fotografía y manualidades … todas estas son cosas que creemos firmemente que el mundo necesita más. ¡Y no hay nada como una gran cantidad de divertidas y lindas fotos de perros para mejorar tu estado de ánimo y ayudarte durante la semana laboral! El fin de semana es una docena de narices y doggo se acurruca.
Ahí es donde entra el grupo súper popular de Dogspotting en Facebook. Una comunidad con más de 1.8 millones de miembros, Dogspotting se dedica a detectar, fotografiar y compartir fotos de perros al azar. También es «un lugar divertido para pasar el rato con amigos que disfrutan de los perros». Francamente, suena como el paraíso.
Echa un vistazo a algunas de las fotos más conmovedoras, saludables y divertidas de nuestros amigos caninos, como se muestra en el grupo de Dogspotting, y no olvides votar a favor de las fotos que más te gustaron. Nos encantaría saber cuál de estos perros te gustaría llevar a casa contigo, si pudieras, escríbenos en los comentarios. Ah, y cuando haya terminado con esta lista, consulte nuestro artículo anterior sobre Dogspotting aquí.
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# 1 Nuestra oficina contrató recientemente a una persona mayor. Tiene 15 años. No tiene dientes, apenas puede oler ni oír. Pero el es perfecto
Créditos de la imagen: Nicole Perrault
# 2 Gracias a este amable caballero por dirigirme a los 2×4. Qué personal tan encantador
Créditos de la imagen: Trexel McGalloway
# 3 La apariencia que obtienes cuando no te cubres la nariz con tu mascarilla
Créditos de la imagen: Christy Paul
Anteriormente tuve un par de charlas amistosas con el equipo increíblemente amistoso detrás del grupo Dogspotting. Todo el proyecto de Dogspotting es mucho más grande de lo que podría pensar a primera vista. Tienes las páginas de Dogspotting Society, Dogspotting Media e incluso Dogspotting Court para completar toda la comunidad.
Todo está muy ordenado y rápidamente se dará cuenta de cuánto esfuerzo se pone de forma regular para mantener todo el proyecto fluyendo sin problemas.
# 4 Esta pequeña princesa llegó hoy a mi trabajo. Su nombre es Blu y no puedo soportar lo pequeña que es. Ella se apoderó de mi corazón. 2238578483/10 la dejaría correr de nuevo
Créditos de la imagen: Megan Brooke Lane
# 5 ¡Este perro hace que todos sean tan felices con la vida asistida de mi mamá!
Créditos de la imagen: Carolyn Lockwood
# 6 Hoy conocí a Blue, fue amor a primera vista, ¡¿Mire su rostro?!?! Ahhhh Mi corazón explotó. Su dueño dijo que podría ser acariciada todo el día, un trabajo que felizmente tomaría
Créditos de la imagen: Jaclyn Lindsay
El equipo de Dogspotting le dijo anteriormente a Bored Panda que los miembros de su comunidad son increíblemente proactivos. Son responsables de los divertidos desafíos como # didntwantadogchallenge y #HiddenDogChallenge que encontrarás en la página.
«Creo que es una experiencia común cuando estás en una casa de muchos tener una persona que podría no estar tan emocionada como las demás. Pero los perros generalmente encuentran una manera de derretir esos corazones con bastante rapidez. Y como hemos visto más adelante la página, pasa mucho! » Uno de los representantes de la página le dijo a Bored Panda anteriormente que incluso las personas que realmente no quieren un perro eventualmente llegan a amar al apuesto cachorro que se abrió camino en sus vidas.
# 7 «Baje de allí ahora mismo, señor»
Créditos de la imagen: Adrienne Halsey
# 8 Todos los ojos puestos en ella
Créditos de la imagen: Anh-Thu Pham
# 9 Este cachorro estaba demasiado asustado para estar en una escalera mecánica
Créditos de la imagen: Monique Callari
El representante del equipo de Dogspotting instó a las personas a adoptar un perro. Especialmente si te encuentras trabajando desde casa. «¡Ahora es un buen momento para hacerlo! ¡Con tanta gente trabajando desde casa, tendrás más tiempo para relacionarte con tu nuevo mejor amigo! Comunícate con los rescates y refugios de animales locales en tu área y ellos podrán ayudarte ! Sabemos que este año ha sido muy difícil para muchos de nuestros miembros y los desafíos han agregado un poco de ligereza para todos ”, compartieron con nosotros anteriormente.
# 10 Dewey tiene 6 años y ve con su corazón … y con su nariz y sus oídos. La ceguera no le impide disfrutar de la vida o de un día en la playa. Tiene una mamá y un papá muy cariñosos que saben cómo cuidarlo adecuadamente. 1000/10 para este chico
Créditos de la imagen: Karen Beth Pearlman
# 11 Deténgase ahí, señor. Eres simplemente demasiado dulce para que te lo permitan. Este es Cooper, salió en sus primeros grandes paseos
Créditos de imagen: Emma Hedges
# 12 Vi a este bebé en la tienda de comestibles y olvidé por qué fui
Créditos de la imagen: Megan Walker
# 13 Los padres me enviaron una foto de este ramo de cachorros de 5 semanas. Visto en la Sunshine Coast
Créditos de la imagen: Rachel Kennedy
# 14 Asistente nuevo en la farmacia local
Créditos de la imagen: Samuel Lorincik
# 15 Estos dos tontos me dieron un mini ataque al corazón cuando aparecieron en la pared aquí. No Borks, solo se buscan mascotas. Con mucho gusto volvería a acariciar a estos monstruos del cobertizo
Créditos de la imagen: Thomas Bela Kiss
# 16 Tienda de joyas Basset
Créditos de la imagen: Fifi de Faoite
# 17 La más reciente incorporación de la familia de mi mamá, Sebastian está tomando un gran gusto por los gatos. Parece que no les importa Beth Craven Gazeta
Créditos de la imagen: Tessa Wood
# 18 Sonja está teniendo lo mejor de sus tiempos
Créditos de imagen: Leona Roos
# 19 Aeropuerto Internacional Cleveland Hopkins (Cle)
Créditos de la imagen: Karen Closkey
# 20 El Lil más lindo
Créditos de la imagen: Shannon Granholm
# 21 Conocí a Arnold hoy. ¡Tiene diecisiete!
Créditos de la imagen: Karen Beth Pearlman
# 22 No conocemos a estos perros ni a este dueño. Estaban en una caminata y corrieron hacia nosotros
«Ayer por la mañana, Alexander y yo nos fuimos en una ceremonia de auto-solemnización. Hicimos nuestros votos, intercambiamos anillos, y en el momento en que terminamos nuestro beso, la hermosa Freya estaba repentinamente a nuestros pies, con su hermano Bruno no muy lejos. sentí como el universo bendiciendo nuestro matrimonio. El propietario seguía pidiendo disculpas a nuestra fotógrafa Cara cuando revisaban las fotos, pero nos encantó. 1,000,000 / 10 mejores casadoras de la historia «.
Créditos de la imagen: Rachel Gabriella Franco
# 23 Conozca a Gunner … el mejor viejo que se sometió a una cirugía de rodilla … Entonces su humano lo convirtió en su propio ascensor privado. ¡100/10 volverían a acariciar!
Créditos de la imagen: Jessica Stewart Copeland
# 24 Esto es casualidad. Es un cachorro de terapia. Viene al hospital a veces cuando la vida es dura. ¡Él tiene mi corazón! Mido 4’11 ”. Tiene 145 libras de amor y dulzura
Créditos de la imagen: Lauren Ashley
# 25 La escena más linda vista en un autobús
Créditos de la imagen: Наташа Лажетић
# 26 Hoy conocí a un pato muy feliz y soñoliento de 9 semanas y pensé que podría morir. 16/10 para un bostezo sonriente más suave
Créditos de la imagen: Heather McLaughlin
# 27 Encuentra al Hooman. Un oso de peluche de 2 años
Créditos de la imagen: Amy Jayne Lloyd
# 28 Vio al león más majestuoso cuidando su orgullo en el corazón de Hackney. 15/10 Volvería a hacer contacto visual prolongado. Pure Floof
Créditos de la imagen: Julia Pensabene
# 29 Paso por este agujero de la cerca todos los días cuando paseo a mi perro. Esto es todo lo que siempre quise que sucediera
Créditos de la imagen: Kate McClarnon
# 30 2 vacas manchadas jajaja
Créditos de la imagen: Kenzie Darian Waldkoetter
# 31 Chicos, este es Jackson y acaba de venir a mi trabajo
Créditos de la imagen: Sasha Kulesh
# 32 ¿No te encantan esas vistas mientras das un paseo en transporte público?
Créditos de la imagen: Jakub Grzeszczuk
# 33 Oh mi perro
Créditos de imagen: Bianca Simmons
# 34 Snoozin ‘por el aeropuerto de Atlanta
Créditos de imagen: Claire Nielsen
# 35 Pude conocer a mi sobrina, Nelly Gnu, por primera vez hoy. ¡Ella es un rescate y claramente ahora vive su mejor vida!
Créditos de la imagen: Lauren Fiallo
# 36 Acabo de encontrar al bebé más dulce perdido bajo la lluvia. Comenzó a seguirme mientras paseaba a mi perro. Actualmente se está buscando a sus propietarios mientras espera en la oficina de seguridad de nuestro edificio. La llevaré a un veterinario por la mañana para ver si tiene un microchip
Créditos de la imagen: Derek Randy Hamm
# 37 Buen Pupper Noot
Créditos de imagen: Tory Atkins
# 38 Vi a esta reina fuera de Value Mart hoy. Ella no tuvo que hacernos un truco tan duro
Créditos de la imagen: Bailey McGarrell
# 39 Mi novio (no en Facebook) me acaba de enviar esta foto de la cervecería donde trabaja y ahora estoy muerto
Créditos de la imagen: Amanda Crawford
# 40 Aquí estamos de vuelta otra vez. Este ni siquiera es mi perro, es un cliente que vi hoy. ¡Alce!
Créditos de la imagen: Callie Bless
# 41 Conocí a Callie Boating hoy. 10/10 frotaría su trasero
Créditos de la imagen: Bree Rose
# 42 ¡Alguien en mi cuadra tiene un cachorro Goldendoodle! Me incliné para tomarle una foto y levantó las patas.Su nombre es Max y tiene 3 meses.
Créditos de la imagen: Morgan Makana Simmons
# 43 Rafferty, el cachorro o vampiro labrador negro. Probablemente no te chuparía la sangre, pero definitivamente se comerá los cordones de tus zapatos
Créditos de la imagen: Matt Hancock-Jones
# 44 ¡Jasmine acaba de cumplir 18!
Créditos de la imagen: Karen Beth Pearlman
# 45 Visto en Greenwich, Londres. Mi única pregunta es ¿cómo enciende la antorcha en su cabeza? Sí, aparte de eso … No hay preguntas obvias
Créditos de la imagen: Phil Adèle
# 46 El nuevo cachorro de mi vecino … Conoce a Casey
Créditos de la imagen: teri Paulsen
# 47 Um, entonces mi mamá hizo algunos Dogspotting hoy en un turno de trabajo, y me envió esto por mensaje de texto. Texto de mamá: «¿Por qué?» Yo: Dios mío
Créditos de la imagen: Lucy Swari
# 48 Parece que Scooby Doo está esperando pacientemente a que Shaggy regrese con los bocadillos de Scooby
Créditos de la imagen: Jenny M Svehla
# 49 Mr. Steal Yo Girl 15/10 volvería a ser llamado por este hombre
Créditos de imagen: Arielle Peters
# 50 Haciendo un Protecc. ¿Cómo me atrevo a acercarme tanto a su coche? Solo reacciona enojado
Créditos de la imagen: Jillian Francis
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