I stumbled across this sweet, darling blog post by another blogger entitled "Date a Girl Who Teaches".It lists examples of traits common to teachers and explains why they would be desirable to men.All teachers are compelled to regularly attend “equity training sessions.” These are seminars where educators are forced to discuss the benefits of diversity and the ever-present dangers of racism. Female teachers engage in childish fighting within grade levels—hiding lesson plans and sabotaging equipment at taxpayer expense.
What surprised me was the number of teachers who had been married two or three times. A female teacher gets married, but then cheats on her husband with a male teacher.
She ends up marrying the man she cheated with, only to later cheat on him with yet another teacher.
Women are naturally competitive with each other, and because a male teacher is such a rare commodity, female teachers who would not otherwise be attracted to him find themselves competing for his affections.
Maybe it is because their jobs have become more stressful, but a lot of teachers are big drinkers.
The archetype of the wholesome young teacher dominated the American consciousness for decades.
Dating a girl who was a teacher used to be a good bet for a man.
PEGPS stands for Pre End-of-Grading-Period Syndrome, the period of time before grades are due for report cards.
Like PMS, PEGPS is characterized by extreme irritability, poor nutritional choices, and zombie-like fatigue.
You can buy her anything but please spare her with coffee mugs; she has lots from her students. She's cute, fun, and when you ask her what she does for a living, she replies, smiling, "I'm a teacher." You probably jump to some positive conclusions about this girl.
She must be extremely patient and have the kindness of a Mother Theresa/lamb hybrid.
If you're one of those people who expects to hear back when you text or call someone, you should probably steer clear of teachers.