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17 Homework Memes That Tell It Like It Is
Because the only one that really likes homework is the dog.
Homework—love it or hate it, it’s a universal experience for most teachers (and students). And while both sides of the homework debate have merit, why not just accept it and have a good laugh? Here, 17 of our favorite homework memes.
1. Dang, they’re on to us.
2. Pulling. Hair. Out.
3. Life is hard.
4. Listen to Yoda.
5. The REAL reason teachers give homework.
6. Can I get a witness?
7. Homework as dirty word?
8. Making a clean getaway.
9. Teacher reality.
10. Oh yeah, we know that look.
11. Help me understand.
12. If they ask me one more time…
13. Another teacher reality.
14. Umm, umm, umm.
15. Parenting reality.
16. Say what?!?
17. It’s not my fault, really.
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Do you ever feel like doing your homework is a waste of time? Well, you’re not alone. Plenty of people feel that way, including me. I used to dread homework and would even go to the library after school to try to get them done before heading home but I just hated it! Now, that I think about it, homework memes could have been just what I needed to improve my mood.
If you’re looking for a good laugh (or just some validation that you’re not the only one who hates homework), then check out these 37 hilarious homework memes. Take a break from studying and get a much-needed laugh, you’ll be glad you did. Enjoy!
Let the homework memes begin!
1) “A degree is called a degree because at the end, your total grade is made up of 360 credits. I’m baffled. I should be at university.”
2) “Ay you people, why don’t you do your homework?”
3) “Brace yourself, homework is coming.”
4) “A day may come when I start my assignments but it is not this day.”
5) “Did you just swear? I could’ve sworn I heard the word homework.”
6) “Do your homework now.”
7) “Doing homework at 4:00 am.”
8) “Even if homework for a class only counts for ten percent of your overall grade, do it. If you make a mistake on a test your grade can still be pretty good.”
9) “Expects you to have all your homework in on time. Takes weeks to grade it.”
10) “Finds all answers to homework on Google.”
11) “Finish homework over the weekend? I’ll just relax on Saturday and do the rest on Sunday .”
12) “Getting back an essay after being marked: Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear.”
13) “Me handing in my essays: Started making it. Had a breakdown. Bon appetite.”
14) “Homework? Ain’t nobody got time for that.”
15) “How to start an essay: Buckle your seat belts, [censored], because in eight short pages I am going to learn u a thing that I only learned myself about two hours ago, so sit down, shut up, and enjoy the experience of my 4-am-RedBull-induced-self-hatred-fuelled-writing-extravaganza.
16) “I leave homework to the last day because I’ll be older and therefore wiser.”
17) “Imagine a world with no homework.”
Funny and clean memes when you just want to sleep!
18) “Just me when I finally finish my homework at 3 am.”
19) “Keep calm and do your homework.”
20) “When you know you did a bad job but you’re just proud you finished your assignment.”
21) “Me writing an essay like…The. Break time!”
22) “My anxieties have anxieties.”
23) “Oh ‘You didn’t have time to do your homework?’ Tell me again about the 3 hours you spent on your phone.”
24) “Okay, I absolutely have to do this assignment.”
25) “Please tell me more about why you did not have time to finish your two-minute homework during your 48-hour weekend.”
26) “‘I’m so glad my holiday is over so I can work long hours and stay up late to check homework.’ Said no teacher ever.”
27) “Study. Sleep.”
28) “Teacher: Finish homework. Me: Must get it done.”
29) “That face you make when you realize you have homework.”
30) “You want to be wise? Do your homework!”
31) “Homework: The teachers’ way of knowing how smart the parent is.”
32) “What if I told you it doesn’t matter how many points this is worth.”
33) “When the bell rings and the teacher forgot to mention the homework.”
34) “Why is this me: Me thinking about my dream job. Me studying for my dream job.”
35) “Writing an essay the night before it’s due: I’m going to type every word I know! Rectangle. America. Megaphone. Monday. Butthole.”
36) “You have to do homework? Your life must be so hard.”
37) “If it’s called ‘homework’ what would it be called if you live in an apartment?”
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How many times a day do you tell yourself ‘ I hate homework ’ ? No matter how good as a student you are, you may avoid doing your homework from time to time. When you procrastinate on your project home assignment , you’d better understand other students’ pain points by browsing funny college memes.
Although it’s nearly impossible to join the no homework movement , you can make the process easier. With funny homework memes, not only can it make you laugh at your problems, but it can also motivate you to get your homework done fast .
Here’s the list of 25 homework students memes everyone will love:
1. When Your Nerves are Bad, this Meme Helps
Every time I’m about to drop out of college and the homework ban .
2. Every. Single. Time
Such a true meme. Is it about self-education, huh?
3. Run, run, run!
I didn’t know I could run that fast.
4. What a Smart Move
Can I copy your homework meme? If you wonder why we don’t go home after classes.
5. The Best Weekend Plan Ever. Thanks, Meme!
Oh, yes, it’s the best idea ever, I bet.
6. Who is a Betrayer?
Who is that nerd? Who wants a better grade? Come get him!
7. Say What?
Isn’t it about you? We all have been there.
8. Yes, I’m Fine, Thanks
I tried hard. Tell me if it was worth it.
9. This Meme is the Ugly Truth
Is it a way to achieve success in your life? I doubt.
10. More Tasks, Please
I had been tolerating for many years.
11. I Wish I Had a Dog
Oh, no. This happens all the time even though I don’t have a dog.
Obviously, and not tomorrow.
13. We Should Stay Together
It’s a new day and new home assignments. We need to help each other, folks.
14. We’ve Been Waiting for This!
Cancel it! We wish you could forget, dear teacher.
15. Back to School, Back to Homework and Reality
Bye-bye Google, Pinterest, Twitter. Hey there, school homework and my favorite homework meme. Isn’t it a bad college life?
16. Who is the Lucky One?
No, it wasn’t my dog who ate my homework, but it still worked! Thanks Google for excuses.
17. So Close!
What a useful homework meme! Just pretend you didn’t know about the home assignment.
18. This Meme is the Ultimate Guide to Doing Homework
Who else starts working on homework with browsing the internet and looking for a funny meme?
19. Kick Back and Relax
Was it a dream or a joke? The day I’ll never forget and the story my parents will never believe.
20. One More Minute, Please
Ask me about the art of doing nothing. This meme is literally me.
21. A Meme Dedicated to Every STEM Student
There’s no need to share this meme on Twitter – it happens every time! During the lecture, everything seemed to be clear until I opened my math homework task .
22. Literally Me Every Single Day
I’m not dead tired – I just don’t want to spend another hour reading the task and doing my homework. Just let me browse another one meme instead.
23. At Least, It Didn’t Kill Me
I’m good at Math unless I have to do my geometry homework assignments .
24. It Was Easy, Right
Have you ever heard about homework without tears? Especially when it comes to philosophy assignments .
25. I Need Another Meme!
One does not simply stop browsing homework memes.
As students, most of us want to have more fun. However, we still need to work on our homework to get good grades and obtain a college degree. Thus, it’s better to laugh at funny memes and get back to work.
Have we left something off the list? Leave a comment to share your favorite homework meme.
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Relatable AF Memes About Homework
By Kim Bongiorno
If you thought homework was a pain in the butt when you were a kid, just wait until your own kids are old enough to get assignments. Whether they’re the little kids’ coloring pages or the older kids’ humanities service projects, or—every parent’s worst nightmare—reading logs, homework makes after-school time the worst time of the day. There will be tears, tantrums, and even some time-outs for all parties involved, but at least we can laugh about it through the medium of relatable memes. Misery loves company, right?
So come commiserate with some of the funniest parents sneaking onto the world wide web in between their Google searches for how, exactly, to multiply fractions. Their hysterical memes cover the full range of the homework hell that is our burden to bear.
Homework Memes That Are Relatable AF
Homework meme #1.
You’ll learn soon enough that you should have paid closer attention. via Julie Burton
Homework Meme #2
Honestly, homework is the one thing we dislike about back-to-school time. via Sarcastic Mommy
Homework Meme #3
What you don't have to worry about is wondering whether or not your kid has homework to do that night.
via Brenna Jennings of Suburban Snapshots
Homework Meme #4
Twenty minutes of reading is NEVER this difficult -- unless the teacher tells them to do it.
via Science of Parenthood
Homework Meme #5
I mean, it's tricky when you're a little fuzzy on the details after all this time.
via Unicorn Moms
Homework Meme #6
Fact: you were much better at this stuff back when you were actually in elementary school.
Homework Meme #7
Though, it's not just the stuff that came easily to you back then that you have to relive.
via It’s Really 10 Months
Homework Meme #8
Homework time is a great time to let them prove how responsible they can be.
via Bluebonnet Babies by Molly England
Homework Meme #9
It's also a great time to show how difficult one can make even the simplest things in life.
via How to Be a Dad
Homework Meme #10
But it’s my turn with my laptop!
via The Parent Normal
Homework Meme #11
Let's be honest: some days we know who this homework is really for.
via Can I Get Another Bottle of Whine?
Homework Meme #12
On the bright side, at least it can be self-aware at times.
Homework Meme #13
Plus, it helps us narrow down exactly what we hope for our children.
via Rodney Lacroix
Homework Meme #14
Bonus: helping your kids out can raise your self-esteem.
via Housewife of Hell
Homework Meme #15
And at the end of each day, it's easy to know when their homework is finally complete. via The Mom TruthBomb
Kim Bongiorno is an author, freelance writer, and the award-winning blogger behind Let Me Start By Saying . She lives in New Jersey with her handsome husband and two charmingly loud kids, who she pretends to listen to while playing on Facebook and Twitter. If she were less tired, she'd totally add something really clever to her bio so you'd never forget this moment. Visit Kim on Facebook, Twitter , and Pinteres t.
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Debunking the Myth of Roberto Nevilis: Who Really Invented Homework?
- By Emily Summers
- February 18, 2019
For those of us who have attended a formal education setting, you might remember the frustration of getting homework from most of your teachers. Before class ends, your teacher instructs your class to answer a certain page of your book or to write an essay about the topic you had just discussed.
Some of us really didn’t like doing homework. It was very time-consuming and, on top of extra-curricular activities, house chores, and other tasks you needed to do, you had very little time to yourself and your hobbies before having to go to sleep.
If you’ve ever been curious enough to find out who to thank for inventing homework, Google and several websites will tell you that it’s a man named Roberto Nevilis. That he invented homework as a form of punishment for underperforming students and, almost a thousand years later, billions of students are frustrated both at school and at home because of him.
But that, like a lot of things on the internet, simply isn’t true. In fact, Roberto Nevilis doesn’t even exist.
Who Invented Homework? Not Roberto Nevilis.
The nail in the coffin, a brief history on the education system, the father of modern homework, is homework still effective.
Online, there are many articles claiming that Roberto Nevilis was the first educator who came up with giving students homework. But if you look at the websites that claim this, you’ll find that it’s mostly forum websites or obscure educational blogs. No credible website or news source even mentions the name Roberto Nevilis. And for a guy who has affected the educational career of anyone who has had a formal education, you’d think a credible website would mention him at least once. Or some of the less-credible websites would confirm his contribution without saying the word “allegedly” or a vague “scientists believe” or the like.
Nevilis was supposedly a teacher based in Venice, Italy when he invented homework. Some claim that he invented it in 1095, while others claim he invented it in 1905 before it spread to Europe and to the rest of the world. It was said to be a form of punishment for students who underperformed in class. Students who performed well in class were spared from homework.
Either way, this claim is dubious. In 1095, education was still very informal around Europe and an organized education system in the continent didn’t start until 800 years later. In the 1500’s, English nobility were still being taught by private tutors.
Around 1095, the Roman Empire had long fallen and the Pope was still organizing the very first crusade and education was still informal, so it would be impossible for Nevilis to not only hold a class and give out homework, but to also spread out his idea to the rest of Europe when there was still no organized educational system.
And it couldn’t have been 1905, either. In 1901, California passed an act that banned homework for students younger than 15 years old before the law was revoked in 1917. That means Nevilis – assuming he does exists and isn’t the work of some internet trolls – couldn’t have invented it in 1905 in Europe if it already made its way to California and probably the rest of the world four years earlier.
And if that’s not enough evidence, just take a look at all the information you can get on him online. The only websites that mention his name: Quora, WikiAnswers, clickbait articles, and blogs for websites that help you write your homework (though if they can’t do their research properly, you might want to stay away from their services).
There’s no credible website mentioning him anywhere. And the websites that do mention him are very vague in describing his contribution. “Scientists believe” becomes a very sketchy claim when a website doesn’t cite a credible source. And if you try to search “Roberto Nevilis,” only the same handful of websites show up.
The truth is, homework existed dating back to the earliest civilizations and the first forms of education. In feudal times, education was reserved for the wealthy men. Those who weren’t rich had no time to study reading or philosophy and were busy making a living. Wealthy young women were trained in the more womanly arts, though princesses and nobles were expected to know a few things and were tutored as well. While they weren’t given workbooks and links to online quizzes, their tutors had expected them to read literary pieces during their free time.
The earliest evidence of a formal school comes from the Sumerian civilization. They had Edubas, which were houses of clay tablets were scribes practiced how to read and write. Archaeologists found student exercises etched into the tablets. Not much is known if they followed a schedule or were all taught by one teacher like the education system today.
During these times, however, homework did not involve answering questions or writing down essays as we’ve come to know it today. If we look back at history, there were other forms of educational methods that students and teachers at the time would have considered the homework of their time.
While we can’t pin the invention of homework to a certain teacher, we can trace back who was responsible for making homework that way it is to this day: Johann Gottlieb Fichte, a German philosopher known as the founding father of German nationalism.
In 1814, Prussia had a problem stirring nationalism among its citizens. Instead of serving the country after the war, citizens could choose to go back to whatever they were doing without thinking of dedicating their time and sacrifice to the country. There was no sense of pride or nationalism.
And so, Fichte conceived the Volkschule – a mandatory nine-year education similar to primary and lower secondary education provided by the state – and a Realschule – a secondary school available to aristocrats. Those attending the Volkschule were given the homework we know today as a way to demonstrate the state’s power even during personal time.
The system spread across Europe, but not in a totally dominating way. Some countries continued with their own system, which is why countries such as Finland don’t impose homework on their students. However, in 1843, back when the United States still practiced private tutors or informal lessons, Horace Mann reformed public education after travelling to Prussia and saw their education system and adapted it into the American education system. Thus, homework eventually evolved into a global practice.
Homework, therefore, is the result of nationalism and getting students to understand that “me time” actually falls on government time if they want to get their education. Contrary to what many websites would say, it wasn’t invented as a punishment for academically failing students.
However, over 200 years had passed since homework’s evolution into what we know it is today. So, is it still necessary to keep our students burdened with extra assignments? On one hand, it can be a good way to teach students time management skills. We like to think that work stays at work and personal life stays out of work, but as working adults, we know this is not the case. Homework at an early age teaches students to use their time wisely.
And while homework can still be helpful in students’ education, it’s only helpful to a certain extent. When plenty of teachers pile on homework, they’re depriving students of time to focus on their extra-curricular activities and personal life.
For those of us who have graduated with high grades, we’ve learned the hard way that a spotless report card can get our foot on the door, but if we have poor interpersonal skills and lack the skills you can only get outside of academics, you can’t achieve total success. Homework is good, but only to an extent. Then, it just becomes an unnecessary burden on students.
In fact, if you look at Finland and Japan – countries that don’t practice giving out homework – you can see that homework is unnecessary if the educational system favors it. Finland has shorter school days, longer summer breaks, and have an educational system where students aren’t required to start school until the age of seven. However, their students have always ranked high in terms of exams.
It’s because in Finland, a teaching career is at the same league as doctors and lawyers. Compare that to our current education system, where teachers are underappreciated and harried in public schools. Finland’s education system allows students more leeway, showing how it is possible to produce bright students without putting too much pressure on them.
We’ve all been frustrated with homework back when we were studying, but homework is actually more than just a nuisance we all have to face in our educational career. It’s actually an important factor which can shape productivity and the time students have for other factors of their education.
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Remember that time you woke up in cold sweat in the middle of the night because you forgot about an essay due the next day? Or that time you went online to research and four hours later were still watching cat videos on YouTube? Or when you couldn’t come up with a better excuse for not doing your homework than the classic “My dog ate it”? If you do, congrats! You’ve made a homework meme! Scroll down and find the one that suits your situation best.
Your teachers are not out to get you. They have a job to do, and it’s providing you with enough knowledge to survive once you graduate. And homework is a part of an accepted academic tool set to help you learn. Without assigning papers and quizzes for you to complete at home, the professors would have to spend 16 hours a day supervising you in class and watching over your studies. We doubt you would like that. Homework is a sweet deal when you think about it.
Professors are not the ones that decide when you fail or pass. The minimal passing score is established on a school level. Higher-ups don’t want to waste time and money. If you don’t complete your homework, you are unlikely to pass the final. Therefore, you don’t have the knowledge and skills necessary to take the next class. If you did, you would be wasting the school budget on the professor’s salary and impeding other students’ progress. If you don’t want to be a burden on your class, teacher, school, and parents, doing homework is a wise choice.
The mound of assignment can cause severe chronic pain in every part of your body. Once you open a new file, your eyes start to water. When you grab a textbook to complete your reading, the headache strikes. Despite the fun homework memes, all these symptoms are in your head. Establish a positive outlook, visualize the completed assignments, and reward yourself for every finished task, and you’ll forget about the migraine, allergy, and back pain. The only exceptions to this rule are people suffering from actual learning disorders, such as dyslexia or ADHD.
Sleepless nights at your desk are the price of procrastination. Remember that night you spent at a club with your friends instead of looking for references? What about the self-study day you wasted on Fortnite? The instant gratification of doing something fun is never worth it in the long run, considering the results of your allnighter are usually far from A-worthy. If you won’t be able to meet the deadline, ask the professor for a delay. In case you are unlucky, do your best and remember it as a lesson next time you decide to binge-watch Game of Thrones instead of writing a paper. Fall down the rabbit hole of funny homework memes, cat videos, and Instagram, and you’ll wake up from the trance in at least three hours. You’ll be tired and sleepy, with no progress on your homework and no energy to do more. Repeat the cycle a couple of days, and missing the deadline becomes a reality. If you can’t make yourself focus online, use a traffic control plug-in in your browser or install an app on your phone. It won’t let you visit social media platforms in the time you have put aside for homework. Love life is harder to control and manage than Internet surfing. You feel like every night wasted on essays and quizzes is a night you could have spent with your significant other. You get stressed, the arguments get more heated, and you find yourself on a break, and not from school. However, choosing love over school or vice versa is not a viable choice. Once you graduate, you’ll juggle family and work, and college can be a great learning opportunity. Experiment and find the right balance, and your future self will be forever grateful.
If the worst happened, and you missed the submission deadline, don’t be an ostrich. Your teacher has heard all the lame excuses you can think of, ranging from homework-eating dogs to alien abduction. Unless you can come up with a hilarious story and your professor has a sense of humor, don’t even try lying. Instead, be honest and take the blame. Proactive readiness to embrace responsibility will win you brownie points and give you the chance to salvage the grade.
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2³ x 5 Math Teacher Memes To Solve Your Mood Problems
Being a math teacher is one of the most challenging jobs in education. Most kids don’t enjoy what you teach, and you have ever-changing curriculums to follow, tests to grade, and homework to review.
Still, it’s hard not to love the job when you start doing it. It comes with thousands of silly situations that bring a smile to your face. Even when you’re going through a rough patch, it’s important to laugh about it. Check out these math teacher memes to have a laugh at your and your students’ expense (mostly your students’).
- There’s No Math Teacher In The World That Didn’t Feel Like Judge Judy At Least Once From Mashup Math
- When A Student Solves A Problem But Doesn’t Use A Method You Taught Them From Imgflip
- You Can Retake This F! From Spanish Plans
- Don’t You Love It When You Have To Repeat The Instructions? Yeah, No One Does From Mashup Math
- “Math Teachers Be Like” Memes—Friday Edition From Mashup Math
- Not Enough Memes About Math Teachers Focus On Facial Expressions From Saying Images
- If Bob Ross Were A Math Teacher, He’d Learn There Definitely Are mistakes, Not Only Happy Accidents From Honorsgradu
- And Then They Say Math Problems Are Fictional And Have No Use In The Real World From We Are Teachers
- We All Know About Funny Math Teacher Memes, But What About Funny Math Memes For Teachers? From Idea Galaxy Teacher
- It’s Like When A Momma Bird Watches Her Baby Birds Fly For The First Time From Honorsgradu
- If We Had A Penny Every Time Someone Said, “All You Do Is Write Down Numbers On A Board,” We Wouldn’t Be Math Teachers Any Longer From Faculty Loungers
- “We Do What We Have To Do In Order To Do What We Want To Do.” From Mashup Math
- If You’ve Not Pizzafied Your Fractions, You’re Doing It Wrong From Know your Meme
- Math Teachers Know What It’s Like To Wait For Test Results From Mashup Math
- This Type Of Joke Sure Will Divide The Room From Someecards
- You Could Say Students Sometimes Do Your Job, And You Get Paid From Mashup Math
- There’s Never Enough Time To Go Over Everything You’ve Planned From Reddit
- When A Pet Eats A Student’s Homework And You Request An X-ray From ImgFlip
- Who Can Resist A Good Pun? From K5 math
- Some Students Think You Teach Them Something Out Of Boredom From We Are teachers
- Teaching During The Pandemic Has Been Truly Challenging From Know Your Meme
- COVID Times Made Every Math Teacher Cringe From Ifunny
- Not Really True, But Still A Funny Math Teacher Meme From Gen Math
- Lesson Plans Are Not For Math Teachers, Anyway From Know Your Meme
- This Is An Actual Pythagoras Quote—You Can Check The History Books From Reddit
- When They Ask You Why They Need To Write Everything Down From Quotes Gram
- Don’t You Love It When They Start Talking About How They’ll Never Use Math? From ImgFlip
- It’s Like When They Figured Out Who Keyser Söze Was From Mashup math
- This Is A Two-Parter. A—When They Ask You Why You Became A Math Teacher From Wallpaper Flare
- B—When You Ask Yourself The Same Question From The Newsless Courier
- We All Have A Student That’s Way Too Confident For Their Own Good From Cheezburger
- Some Answers Are Too Baffling By Tim Jimmy joe
- How Dare You Call My Math Game Boring?! From Honorsgradu
- Wouldn’t You Love An Apology Letter From Every Ex-Student Once They Figured Out Why Showing Their Work Was Important? From Mentoring Minds
- Einstein Is Always Ready To Throw Some Hands From Bored Panda
- And It Always Happens During The Most Important Part Of The Lesson By Jimmy Joe
- It’s Hard At Times To Hide Your Own Genius From Panda Teachers
- We’d Be Better Off If Taking Attendance Was Replaced With A Face Slap From Mashup Math
- You Gotta Admire The Optimism From Mashup Math
- A Sweet Comment From A Student Makes It All Worth It From Mash Up Math
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