LOs can be a loser's game. I found it soul-destroying to be criticised for not including in my lesson things about which I didn't know until I was told I hadn't done them! Here are few from my experience: 1) For years, I have explained how electrons go into their shells around atoms by using the analogy of four people sitting around a table playing cards, each being dealt two. This, I was told, was 'morally wrong' as it not only promoted gambling but might be offensive to some religious groups. 2) My lesson plan was criticised because I had not included a list of anticipated students' questions and my responses to them. 3) I was asked for evidence of my 'knowledge base'. Has anyone else got any 'gems' for the collection?