Natalie Munroe: The real life Sue Sylvester? We compare their greatest insults

sue-natalie.jpgPennsylvania high school teacher Natalie Munroe was suspended without pay after her school found out she was writing blog posts about her students for her friends and family to read. The 30-year-old teacher showed no remorse when she appeared on "Good Morning America," saying, "I don't think I did anything wrong."

Sounds like someone has been watching too much "Glee" because Munroe is basically the real-life version of cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester. The one difference? Munroe lashes out with words, while Sue hurts kids with words and physical violence. One thing they do have in common? They also pick on their fellow faculty members and school administrators. Three cheers for equal opportunity bullying!

We decided to compare their greatest digs and see who wins the title of Meanest Schoolteacher Ever. Let the games begin!

Natalie Munroe's greatest hits:

"A complete and utter jerk in all ways."

"Although academically okay, your child has no other redeeming qualities."

"I hear the trash company is hiring."

"I didn't realize one person could have this many problems."

"There's no other way to say this, I hate your kid."

In her posts, she called students, "out of contol," "rude, lazy, disengaged whiners," "rat-like," "dresses like a streetwalker," and "frightfully dim."

Sue Sylvester's greatest hits:

"So you like show tunes. It doesn't mean you're gay. It just means you're awful."

"I'm gonna make it a habit to not stop and talk to students because this has been a colossal waste of my time."

"I'm going to ask you to smell your armpits. That's the smell of failure, and it's stinking up my office."

"
All I want is just one day a year when I'm not visually assaulted by uglies and fatties.. "

"High school's a dry run for the rest of your life. Not everyone can be champions; not everyone should be champions. The world needs fry cooks; bus drivers."

"You may be two of the stupidest teens I've ever encountered - and that's saying something. I once taught a cheerleading seminar to Sarah Palin. "

"
Do they go to college? I don't know. I don't care. Should they learn Spanish? Sure, if they wanna become dishwashers and gardeners."

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