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Old 03-25-2019, 04:43 PM
Location: Wonderland
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Why does the phrase, "I'd hit that," keep springing to my mind?????

Old 03-25-2019, 04:50 PM
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Most of the teachers I had over the years were older and dressed like you'd expect an older woman to dress in the 70s. Yet by the time I was graduating some of them had retired and the school did hire three early 20s teachers right out of college who were certainly hot. They didn't dress specifically provocatively or anything, but also certainly didn't dress like the older matron teachers either. Their slacks and jeans would fit better, and their skirts were above the knee rather than on the ankle. They wore their hair down. And HORRORS, wore makeup. Again, nothing that any rational person would consider provocative or overtly sexual. But they were very definitely not the "old lady teacher" most of the others were.
Old 03-25-2019, 04:55 PM
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well, we had "hot" female teachers in Junior High.
anything approaching female was hot.
Old 03-25-2019, 05:00 PM
Location: Upland, CA
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We had a couple for sure and I graduated in 98.

Ms Spence..
Old 03-25-2019, 06:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Ruth4Truth View Post
What happened is, that all the old teachers at your school retired, and needed to be replaced, so some hot newly-minted teachers got some of those spots.

Even your "old" teachers were young, once, OP.


Ms T was a swimming coach and was probably 30ish when I was in H.S. very well put together.
Ms M taught H.S.History and seemed ditzy probably around mid 30s at the time. She had those pouty lips and invited students to her house in neighboring suburb. I did not particularly find her my type but the older physically mature jock types would talk about her all the time.

The best looking was actually a 2nd grade teacher in my elementary years (70s). Beautiful redhead Ms Halsey. Can't forget because the water fountains were made by Halsey and it always reminded me of her when I pursed my lips and took a drink even though she left after only a year or two. I bet she aged well. Unfortunately, I had the other 2nd grade teacher, Mrs C who was likely a 30 year veteran by that time.

Ms E an elementary school music teacher also was nice looking but I never thought of her that way especially after she washed my mouth out with soap and water..... Imagine a teacher doing that now and getting fired!

(I had a tendency to sing songs with different words to spice up the silliness.)
Old 03-25-2019, 06:10 PM
Location: Tennessee
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I graduated high school in 2004. We had several hot middle school teachers.
Old 03-25-2019, 08:13 PM
Location: Central IL
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Originally Posted by Azureth View Post
Earlier today I overheard a very...interesting conversation. I went to pick up some groceries and sat down on one of the benches to smoke a cigarette, three teen boys came up and sat down on the other bench and just started talking typical teen boy stuff, but eventually they got on to the topic about how hot their teachers were, saying stuff like "Yeah, Mrs. x is sexy as ****" and "Oh I would love to screw Mrs. Y" etc. etc. And they mentioned maybe 3 or 4 of them.

Damn, when I was in HS I guarantee NONE of us found any of our teachers hot or sexy much less wanted to do any of them, they all looked really old and wore matronly clothes, and I graduated in 2005 FTR. There was only one woman when I was in school that guys would refer to as hot but she wasn't even a teacher, she was the cheerleading coach lol. Boy have times changed!
I dunno, I had a couple hot younger guys as teachers in high school...including the band teacher - Mr. DeClue. In the summer he had a jazz band group that met weekly so he got to wear jeans - he was very slim and trim with longer blonde hair and goatee - this was mid-seventies. There have always been hot teachers, at least a few, and it works the same for both genders.
Old 03-25-2019, 08:21 PM
Location: Virginia
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I was hired in 1993.
Old 03-25-2019, 09:38 PM
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There began to be "hot" teachers after the last of the Greatest Generation and the Silent Generation (those who came of age during the Korean War and preceded the Baby Boom generation) retired. You see, women born before the Baby Boom generation had very limited choices in professional work - they could be nurses, teachers, and secretaries. That was about it. So the bright women who didn't like blood and guts went into teaching. And they stayed in it for a long, long time, because with tenure, it's very hard to get someone to retire, and the pensions were only about half of the salaries of those teachers with 30 or more years in the system. So they were a huge cohort of smart, talented women who went into teaching in the 40s, 50s, and early 60s who just aged in place. I remember being absolutely SHOCKED when my public elementary school in NYC hired a new, young teacher in about 1971. All the women (and they were virtually all women) teachers I knew were all "mature" women, none of them Boomer generation. And boy were they smart! And hard-working. That new young teacher was a dope - but she was representative of her cohort. But no surprise, because ALL the daughters of those smart, hard-working Greatest Generation and Silent Generation women teachers were busy becoming doctors and lawyers - virtually none of them went into teaching. Most of the women from the Baby Boom generation onwards who went into teaching were not very bright - as seen by the fact that states had to institute mandatory basic skills tests for teachers, to screen out people who had obtained education degrees, but could barely write or do arithmetic!

Anyhow, I digress. The reason that all our teachers were old women, and none were "hot" young women, is because of the Greatest Generation and Silent Generation teachers who made up the vast majority of the teachers in the country, and stayed on and on, retiring as late as they could, because their pensions were a lot less than their salaries. Finally, they are all gone now, retired or deceased. God bless them, some of them were bitter old women who should have been doctors and lawyers and CEOs, and took out their frustrations on the kids, but they were all smart and hard-working, and many of them were excellent teachers. The country will never see the likes of them again in teaching, because women have the ability to choose other careers now. So teaching has become the place where not very bright young women (and some men) wind up, because it's not very financially rewarding (sure, there are teachers in areas with extremely high cost of living who make >100K, but simple housing in those areas costs well over a million!), nor is it highly respected. And of course, there are some wonderful exceptions, but not that many. But some of those young teachers, of course, are very attractive, especially if you're a bored, hormonally driven adolescent male confined to the classroom day after day!
Old 03-26-2019, 03:56 AM
Location: Scottsdale
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Originally Posted by NDak15 View Post
They weren't hot at my school and I graduated in 2000.
Just reading this comment made me think of "American Pie" and Stifler's mom - lol. It was a turn-of-the-century teen classic for your HS graduating year as I recall. I had a younger relative in that age group who informed of that film - it was hilarious.
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