Teaching at the College Level

I’ve always want to teach college. I could just never figure out why. Was it to shape young minds? Turns out, it was really to mine young shapes. Now I have a reason to go get that advanced degree. Look out college. Here I come.



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  1. Must get advanced degree, must get advanced degree.


  2. You’d make a great professor if you could keep your mind on your work.

  3. I’ve taught at the college level. I am here to say that every benefit you get from seeing young bodies and an abundance of skin on supposedly “clothed” bodies (those clothing manufacturers are making a mint on small pieces of fabric) is offset by many other things. Politics and infighting (which I didn’t have to handle, being a temporary professor, on purpose), late papers, all sorts of excuses for missed assignments, etc.

    I basically got paid to teach a course on writing for more money than I could believe for the teaching time involved (2 hours a week, 8 weeks). I forgot about grading the papers, dealing with obtuse questions and other annoyances. I never again want to hear the sound of so many people snapping gum in their mouths at the same time.

  4. P.S. Who says you have to have an advanced degree to teach college. A BA is enough. You probably have more “published work” than the average professor out there and published work counts for plenty. It was enough to land me my college job and I could have done it for even more hours per semester, indefinitely. You could do it easily. Your wit would be a great asset!

  5. OMG, that is the most perfect booooty in the world. I will literally pay $5000 to fuck that booty. If anyone can help me reach that girl, my email is deezdafa@yahoo.com : I will pay anyone $1000 to help me find her. Hurry plzzzzzzzz.

  6. Ooh yuck sick.

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