I can't tell if little things are bothering me that I should let go or if it's worth being this annoyed with stuff. Spoiler We have a pond on our campus and were out near it enjoying the weather in my last class today. Kid finds an old tin can either on the ground or in the water that he pulls out. I notice him filling it with water and splashing it around (general 14 year old kid stuff) as he walks back to the side where I am. He gets close and before I can tell him to make sure that it ends up in the trash can when we head back inside, he turns and chucks it right into the middle of the pond. It landed just right so it was floating and drifted back to the opposite bank so I made him go get it as we were going in. I turn my back to walk in and a minute later he comes running back empty handed. I asked where the can was and he said it sunk and was gone even though I watched it reach the bank. So I made him stay after school to go fish it out from the 6 inches of water. I wouldn't have been that petty (there's probably plenty of trash at the bottom of the pond) but we literally started the class period on the way outside with me pulling him aside and telling him he's been more disruptive in class than usual the past couple of weeks and asking what was going on. Talked about having 3 weeks after thanksgiving for him to turn it back around and show me he could behave better. He said he was going to try. Even if he wasn't very convincing, I expected him to make it at least the rest of class without reverting to more buttheaded behavior. I think what annoys me the most is he acts like I'm oblivious. He'll lie about stuff I watched him do or the other day he made a joke about a girl's clothes and when I called him on it he tried to tell me he was talking about some other kid not in our class. I would say it's like dealing with a 6th grader, but I figure a 6th grader at least figures out what they can and can't get away with by the 15th week of school. Probably just needed to vent more than anything.