Dating a school teacher
For those who want the whole story - feel free to read on!It was Friday afternoon, 6th September 2013; 12 days until I turned 17.No-one else was in the room, just this young teacher and myself.He had just passed teacher training, 23 years old, and - frankly - a bundle of energy. He guessed my name from the register (then again I was 1 of 4 girls in a class of 14 people) and said how much he liked it. Here we get to 5th June, 2015, fairly late in the evening. He mentioned that he was talking to a friend at work about ‘types'. By the time they come home, they will be so grateful to have adult company that you don’t have to come up with anything interesting to say. Teachers are walking stationery suppliers and can meet your every equipment need from that Biro you need while on an important phone call to an emergency bottle of Tipp-Ex. All of that chocolate and wine is shareable and you are first in line. If they say they’ll be at the restaurant at 7pm then they will be. They pretty much have to be when working with young people. If they know how to say the right things at parents’ evenings, then that awkward family meal will be a breeze. Teachers literally come home laden with gifts at Christmas and summer. They can hardly give out detentions for a kid being five minutes late to class if they aren’t punctual themselves. They are up to date with the latest lingo and fashions. They will absolutely nail that first meeting with your parents. If you ever make a grammatical error, they will pick up on it. Each Friday, I stuck around to talk to him after class about movies, tv shows, music, games - anything. I used it - stupid photons having momentum but no mass! ”“Maybe…”So yeah, you can date your teacher after graduation. Nick and I have been dating almost 2 years now, we live together, no one has questioned him, me, or us. I honestly expected no-one to read this, and I am very happy to have shared my story with you all. I once pretended to not understand something in order to get help, not that I needed to.
You think about movies and TV shows you've seen where teachers like Hilary Swank, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Zooey Deschanel charm the socks off their students, overcome seemingly insurmountable odds, and manage to do it all while looking awesome.
Here are a few other reasons why trying to make a teacher your main squeeze should be one of your major goals.1. Teachers get the entire summer off, as well as holidays, plus a week in the winter and then again in the spring! Not only do they want to mold young minds, but they also want to give to others. Relationships are a give and take that should probably involve more giving than taking, and you're bound to get a lot of that with a teacher. If they can win over the parent who thinks their kid is the greatest thing since sliced bread, then your new partner will have your mom and dad like putty in his hand before the first round of cocktails are even finished. Kids are inspired and moved by creativity, so they need the type who can think quickly on their feet.
If you're the type who loves to go on lengthy vacations, then a teacher is for you. Quick thinkers can take the most mundane moments and make them into a whole boatload of fun. Whereas other professions sometimes demand that those in it be money-obsessed, teaching isn't one of them.
And we all had that teacher who we fell head over in heels in love with. Exploit that crush you had on your teacher by living it with a brand new teacher. And who doesn’t love a partner who can take control?
Now that we are adults, we can legitimately enter relationships with teachers without it being totally creepy. Here is why you should really consider hooking up with an educator- it will be the best romantic decision that you have ever made. You can always pretend that it was that super sexy science teacher whose every word went over your head as there were other more important chemical reactions going on.
I stumbled across this sweet, darling blog post by another blogger entitled "Date a Girl Who Teaches".