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Students Having A Crush On Their Teacher?? Watch

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    As someone who had a crush on a teacher see thread below:
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3847761

    They'll eventually get over it. Any other casual banter talk is ok and saying hello but make sure to keep it strictly Student-Teacher don't get too friendly with them. Don't worry we know right from wrong deep inside, we will joke on about it but never actually admit anything serious.
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    theres not really anything you can do except ignore them because it could become awkward
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    (Original post by sadixx)
    theres not really anything you can do except ignore them because it could become awkward
    What? Of course he can do something. He needs to flirt with them back, show how manly he is or the girls will think he is a wuss. Then they will make fun of him even more. Seriously they are just looking for attention
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    What? Of course he can do something. He needs to flirt with them back, show how manly he is or the girls will think he is a wuss. Then they will make fun of him even more. Seriously they are just looking for attention
    giving them attention by flirting with them is like the worst thing to do TBH
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    (Original post by sadixx)
    giving them attention by flirting with them is like the worst thing to do TBH
    Oh so you want me to flirt with you instead
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    Just be careful that you're not seen to be encouraging it. To be honest if they're happy to giggle and be obvious around you they may well carry on if you tell them off, although you could try a friendly 'can we keep it appropriate please' with an eye roll. If it's making you extremely uncomfortable you could ask for advice from a more experienced member of staff, this would serve a dual purpose of making it clear you're not a willing recipient!
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    (Original post by doodle_333)
    Just be careful that you're not seen to be encouraging it. To be honest if they're happy to giggle and be obvious around you they may well carry on if you tell them off, although you could try a friendly 'can we keep it appropriate please' with an eye roll. If it's making you extremely uncomfortable you could ask for advice from a more experienced member of staff, this would serve a dual purpose of making it clear you're not a willing recipient!
    Ok so you want me to flirt with you as well
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    Be firm with them, especially if you are new. Make it clear on what you will and will not tolerate. Or else they will just walk all over you. You can do fun stuff later. But for now, show your authority as a teacher.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Oh so you want me to flirt with you instead
    Are you mental?
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    (Original post by sadixx)
    Are you mental?
    Come on baby. You know you want to
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Come on baby. You know you want to
    Ok now its clear this whole thread is one big giant bait.
 
 
 
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