Living in Wonju South Korea, These Many Long Years

Living in Wonju South Korea, These Many Long Years: Version 2.0!

Saturday, October 15, 2011

New Teacher!

Last night several of the parents got together to meet a potential teacher.  She's 24, slim, large eyes, fantastic breasts.

Nearly all the moms voted against her.  Most of the dads voted for her.  As more of the moms showed up for this thing, it looked like she wouldn't get hired.  This would be a great way to make an argument for the dads to participate more in this kind of thing, but I digress.  I knew I had to step up:

She's highly qualified, has a great personality, and has more work experience than the other two candidates.  Her responses to the questions were solid.  Also, she has stated a lower salary than the other two as her starting wage.  The other two candidates are close friends of the other teachers, and we know we've had more than a few problems with this batch.  Bringing in some fresh blood would perhaps be really good to motivate the other teachers to put more effort into their jobs.

This last was actually quite convincing, since no one would dare deny that the cliquish atmosphere of the teachers has seen them become more lazy in their work habits.  They feed off each other, and something needs to change.

The final result is that they'll wait a few days before giving an answer, as there is one more candidate to interview.

Once home, June joked about how if that teacher were hired, she'd expect to see the men (me) take a more active interest in the kindergarten.  I responded by dragging her into the bedroom all caveman like.  I received an enthusiastic response.

Nothing like a little jealousy to get the engine revving.

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