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By Meagan smith / Wednesday 24 August 2011 20:33 / United States
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Why is that a deal? Yes, maybe you will have less authority, but as long as you seem cool the students will love you if you look like them in comparison to wearing grandma pants up to your belly button

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TILF? teacher I would like to fuck. Haha to relive all my teacher fantasies in high school. Boy was my calculus teacher sexy.

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Op should have walked into class the first day and sat down in a chair and wait like 20 minutes before saying they're the teacher

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I had a teacher that looked like a student and she loved to mess with the faculty by pretending to cut in the lunch line and wearing hoodies around =P it was great

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Thank you for beating me to making the TILF comment! (I'm glad I decided to read first before actually posting it!)

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I started teaching middle school this year and spent the better part of my first day politely declining dates from students who thought I was a new kid. LOL This youth thing will work in our favor in 20 years when everyone our age wishes to look as young as us!

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We're on the same boat. Also it's really difficult to get a job because administrators believe that the students won't take us seriously as teachers.

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In my experience, when students see that their teacher is young, they assume (usually correctly) that the teacher is inexperienced and a pushover so they take much more advantage of them.

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-2 that's not always true. I had a civics teacher and her best friends were geography and history teachers... We called them the Charlie's angels because they'd always wear mini skirts and stand together swinging their keys and acting younger than us. We didn't like them... Preps.... Ick.

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There are tons of ways to show here co-worker she is a teacher and not a student. Op you should take it as a compliment

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Ugh I'm always getting mistaken for a 14 year old despite almost being 21. Just take it as a blessing, when you are 40 you'll look 20 ;)

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That is bound to lead to overhearing some VERY interesting rumours. Assuming the students know who they are waiting for (i know there was always someone in my class spreading rumours, even about new teachers)

I know how you feel I work as a jailer at a police department nothing beats an honest drunk asking if you're still in high school. At least the students won't hit on you like inmates. Good luck

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What is your picture of?? I've literally looked at it every different way I can think of, but I still can't figure it out...lol

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