Does anyone remember the days when pupils were comedy targets for teachers? My room mate at University claimed he was once described by a teacher as a "Walking advertisement for birth control" Whereas the best I can offer is when my Language teacher directed a qustion at me with the words "Hey you the fat Buddha in the corner". Such happy memories.
Can't recall being called any names but one of my teachers did have the delightful habit of pulling me up by my sideburns if I wasn't paying him enough attention. Another one used to turn round and throw his chalk at me. His aim was distressingly accurate. Wasn't education interesting until modern day Political Correctness intervened to make everything dull?
PS. Are you sure you didn't mishear "fat Buddha in the corner" for "fat bugger in the corner"?