A teacher in Canada might lose her job teaching high school kids, but it looks like if she does, she'll at least have a second career roasting people on Comedy Central as an insult comic. 

Jennifer Elizabeth Green-Johnson, an English teacher with a reportedly long history of school board disciplinary actions against her, has a College of Teachers hearing next week where she'll face charges she told a student, "Why don't you lick me where I fart," according to the Toronto Sun.

Green-Johnson, who teaches grades 10 through 12, is also accused of slapping a kid on the head and telling him to "grow some balls," calling another student a "pedophile" and telling a female student she "looked like a frumpy old lady today," as well as calling her students "stupids."

Her most recent charges also including the claim that she said during class, "I have never said this to a student before, but fuck you."

The Toronto Star has a list of the things that Green-Johnson was accused of in past years and did not deny doing in previous hearings. Those things include telling a student, "So you like it from behind," when she caught him horseplaying with another boy; joining in with students who were cracking jokes about the size of a guy's penis in a movie the class was watching, saying you'd need a microscope to see it; and telling students to "stop bitching."

Green-Johnson is currently suspended but hasn't been fired, pending the outcome of the hearing.

The Ontario College of Teachers did not immediately return Complex's request for comment.