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Even if you don't want to admit it, there's a very good chance that you've played that hypothetical game called "Kill, Fck, Marry," which gives three options to, naturally, decide who you'd want to kill, fck and marry.
And, while it may be in good fun when between a couple of buddies talking about people you all may know, when it's high school teachers playing it—using students' names—that's when it becomes a big problem.
Unfortunately, a few teachers from Bangor High School in Michigan are now dealing with the aftermath of their decision to play said game at a restaurant, as video captured them doing so, which has caused quite the outrage from administrators.
To protect the students, their names were bleeped out of the video.
Most of the things the educators say are disturbing, including the male teacher who said this:
"I would totally marry [student’s name] because she likes the Tigers and she never even brought up that I was wasted on the bus trip… She can keep secrets."
That's just F'ed up, man!
According to the New York Post, two of the teachers involved "received a written reprimand and a school secretary resigned."
As you might imagine, parents of students at the high school are livid by what they've seen and heard from the disgusting actions of the teachers, per the *New York Post story.
“I would like to see people being held accountable,” Amanda Reprogal, the mother of a special-needs student mentioned in the video, told WWMT.com.
“There are some criminal charges being pressed. I’m not sure how that’s going to go, but I don’t want to see anybody lose their job, but this is not OK, you got to go,” Reprogal said.
This might not be as bad as a teacher actually having sexual relations with a student—we've seen plenty of those instances—but it's pretty bad.