Guilty as charged! Yes, I dated hot young men last week. Yup, young mEn and not just a young mAn. I dated four of them at once. All of them barely legal. And the best part is that Randy encouraged me to do it.
But before you sue me and have me exiled to cougartown, teka lang! These guys were among my favorite students last summer, and I was with my Raviv, Yaya Isay and a driver. #walangmalisya!
So why did I date them? Well, these boys had been very kind to help us out in something. Isang post ko lang sa Facebook, to the rescue agad sila! It was actually no surprise–I was kinda expecting it. Last summer, these boys were a joy to teach! I and the other Brain Train teachers were so lucky to have them as students (and they’re luckier they had us as their teachers ;P) It is quite rare to find cool, popular boys at a pangmayaman school like La Salle who at the same time are also respectful, eager to learn, and smart. These young men are gems, I tell you 😉 Before I took them out to eat, we stopped by our still-in-the-works building at Greenfield, Sta. Rosa City. Here are the four hot, young men with the hottest young boy in the world–Raviv! Daring pa si Raviv, labas ang tiyan! 😉
And then off we went to a nearby Shakey’s joint.
Over pizza and hors d’oeuvres, we gossiped (haha, they’ll hate me for this–for saying they gossiped with me!). I gave them insider info/tsismis about some of their favorite Brain Train teachers, while they flattered me by telling me how much they loved their Brain Train experience.
Rohan: What I love about Brain Train is that it’s not boring, the teachers are so memorable…and it’s not expensive Ma’am! [insert name of other review center] costs P24,000 tapos boring daw.
Rohan also related that when he joined a math quiz bee, the techniques that the Brain Train math masters taught him were a big help, and that even their coach prioritizes Brain Train reviewees to join their team.
Josh on the other hand told us that they use Brain Train-style teaching (hey, do give justice to the parody?) in their teaching practicum.
And before we left…siyempre Pinoy, may isang natirang pizza slice!
And the brave soul who ate was…Neils Francisco (the “shiest” and most quiet among the boys!) . Bravo Neils!
Basta, I had fun talking with these boys! All the more I got convinced how nice and cool they are. When Raviv grows up I want him to be like these guys–smart but cool; nice and popular; and funny yet polite. (So you see boys, you don’t have to be jerks to be cool or popular!)
La Salle boys, I had a wonderful time with you! Keep up the good work because I and your other teachers appreciate you–A LOT! Thanks for your unwavering loyalty and support!
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