Sexy Teachers Share The Most Uncomfortable Thing A Student Ever Said To Them.
On 19th September 2017
Unfortunately for attractive teachers, they have the burden of having to deal with students who develop crushes on them, and sometimes they say questionable things. Below are 12 stories of the most uncomfortable things students have said to an attractive teacher.
#1 Flaunt it, yo.
"There was a really hot teacher and all the guys used to check her out constantly. At the end of high school, all the teachers put on a play jokingly ripping into the students and when she came on, all the guys start wolf-whistling like crazy - one dude even shouted: "Get your boobs out". How did she respond? She blew a kiss to the crowd. So yeah, she knew. And she embraced it well." (TheVeeginator)
#2 That's adorable!
"My older brother used to propose to one of the cute English teachers at our high school every single day. Five years later when I got to her class, she remembered him very fondly. Turns out she had been going through a terrible divorce that year and his daily proposals made her laugh." (MamaDoom)
#3 Teacher from afar.
"I teach in Indonesia. I have had many students ask me out after class, show cleavage during class. I don't think it's because I am overly attractive, but because I am white." (delayedregistration)
#4 Bro code.
"Student teaching at a junior high. A 23-year-old male, and I guess I'm attractive? The girls are flirty with me. A few have asked for my number, which I would not give out, obviously. Some show cleavage when I am trying to help them with an assignment or do that little thing girls do where they hit a guy's shoulder and giggle. The main thing is I just have to watch how I interact with them. They will take an act of kindness as an "OMG I THINK HE LIKES ME" moment, so I just have to be careful, and remember that I am their teacher, not their friend. Some of the boy's will kind of defend me and call girls out on it, I guess bro code has no generation gap." (ZeroFawkes)
#5 This is a roller-coaster of a story.
"Always knew about the crush as she would drop hints and joke about when she is 18. Well, she turned 18 and when she graduated early she bluntly asked me if I can Make her mentor crush come true. She was also a stripper and asked me to come by for a thank you lap dance." Anythingleftyo
"The strangest thing I ever overheard about myself was while I was teaching at an all-boys private high school. One of them whispered to another, 'she's so chill, she never gets bitchy, you can never tell when she's on her period.'" (bearings)
#7 Never gets old...
"I've taught in New Zealand and now I'm teaching in the States. It's very obvious when a kid has a crush on me or is just checking me out. I'm constantly getting boob-stared and seeing smirks between boys/overhearing comments. The things I've just overheard? "Damn, she's a sexy bitch", "Yeah, that's right, walk away, I love that view", and things like that. The most inappropriate? That would be when a 16-year-old yelled out "Hey, I like your "I like your boobs!" as I walked by his classroom." (Maxxters)
"As a student teacher, I walked into our local high school to observe a class. One of the "regular" high school students told me I should come and observe him instead if ya know what I mean. I also had a sixth-grade boy in the class where I did my long student teaching experience who was "in love" with me. He'd sit in the front row, propping up his head on his hand, staring at me with his mouth hanging open. All the kids teased him about it but he didn't care. It was cute." (Lanaglugglug)
#9 Nonchalantly? Wow.
"Not attractive, nor was I technically a real teacher. I was externally sourced education support at a school with 'high-risk boys'. I had a kid nonchalantly say ' Great boobs miss. They look jiggly today.'" (venomlikesanal)
#10 Good kid, bad kid.
"I'm probably too late on this but a year 10 boy got suspended for taking and sending Snapchat photos of my ass whenever I was helping a student in front of him. It was another boy who showed me and said he wasn't happy with me being disrespected which was nice!" (pickleaday)
#11 Anime is a red flag!
"Kids or young adults thinking that an older authority figure is attractive is fairly normal and common but it can get creepy if it gets too close. I had a young teenaged boy get a little too informal/familiar with me when e-mailing me over time, as students can do if they need to. He ended up sending me a picture of an anime character, who had the same hair color as me, wearing a small bikini. He commented that he liked the show series she was from because he thought I looked a lot like her. Brakes gotta be slammed right there." (noisypeach)
#12 Improving all the grades.
"French teacher here. Teenagers are just constantly inappropriate and need very little encouragement- I got asked to prom, had boys tell other teachers that they thought I was hot, had a parent accusingly tell me that she now understood why her son loved French, which I took to mean that my innovative skill set had inspired him... I didn't mind though, it meant that I had a class with 12 previously disengaged 16-year-old boys come back for extra homework and revision classes every lunchtime and after school and every one of those bags of hormones passed." (francophilia_ )