amen, sistah

The Onion says it best:

Asian Teen has Sweaty Middle Aged Man Fetish

Though she finds all pasty, middle-aged men intoxicating, Nakajima said balding Midwesterners who carry most of their weight in their stomach particularly turn her on. According to the sexually inquisitive teen, she often daydreams about sleeping with a 43-year-old divorcé with poor hygiene habits.

In other (related) news, the male students in my Thai class get more and more repulsive day by day. Today they were encouraging the youngest teacher, a university student who is really sweet and polite, and reminds me of a shy younger sister, to “act sexier”, jeering and catcalling at her during one of her demonstrations. Seriously, where do these losers think they are? If you don’t know how to behave outside of Nana plaza, please do us a fucking favor and stay there.

3 Responses to “amen, sistah”

  1. 1 Natta February 5, 2009 at 4:52 pm

    Hi Julie,

    I did read that article a few days ago. It creeps me out!

    If I were your teacher, I’d yell at them “shut the hell up or get the hell out of my class”

    A truly sweet Thai girl would never do such thing though 😛

    But at least I’d ask them if they knew how to spell “respect”

  2. 2 julielavoie February 7, 2009 at 1:33 pm

    hehe, exactly! in their own countries, they would get thrown out of the class for sure, but somehow here they think it’s ok to behave like that.

    i think next time if it happens again, i will ask the guys to give us a little demonstration about sexy posing, since they seem to know so much about it. you know, flaunt that sexy beerguy and that bald head. 😛

  3. 3 julielavoie February 7, 2009 at 1:37 pm

    actually, I think Japanese teachers have a good idea for this. In my Japanese class at university (nothing advanced like yours, just Japanese 101 🙂 if the student misbehaves or is late, the teacher doesn’t get angry or even says anything about it. Just uses them as “volunteers” in humiliating class demonstrations of Japanese concepts.

    It’s very effective. 🙂

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