It probably wasn't the best thing to say to a student, but today I had a student who directly lied about the instructions I gave and insisted that I said everyone could get up and sit with whoever they want (I have NEVER given this instruction). Then she begin calling on her friends to verify her claim (which they did even though she called only on students who I know for a FACT never listen to my instructions). I had been patiently letting her talk until I had to let her know calmly, that I was beginning to get very annoyed. She took this the wrong way and asked me something like "why would you say that to a child?" Apparently her mom is notorious for enabling her bratty behavior as well, and often complains to the office or about other things and believes that everyone is discriminating against them because they are Black, so I've given her a call already, and she was grateful for the immediate phone call, but I could tell that she didn't think her daughter did anything wrong. Is it really that bad to say "I am getting annoyed" or "you are beginning to annoy me"?