Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Gulag-bait


Not many English groupies left in Russia, or the world, but every once in a while one emerges -- in this case the gang suddenly finds we have our own Russian version of a Paris Hilton-like young socialite hanging around with us occasionally, a former student of one of the teachers. She's blonde, cute, brightly dressed and perky, been to Italy 12 times and studied in London, and to top it all off, she's Barely Legal -- her father is the same age as I am.

(I'll leave it to your own research to discover just how young "barely legal" is in Russia. And no, I haven't done anything untoward with her, although a colleague says that's because of my laziness rather than my morality.)

Just to let you know what we're dealing with here:

I was talking to her on ICQ recently, and she just revealed that she had some problems at school, that the Director requested to see her parents.

So she had a 38 year old male "friend" go to the school and impersonate her father, so that her real parents wouldn't know about it.

Mamas, don't let your babies grow up to be Russians. . . or English Teachers. . .

(Edit May 29th -- picture of her with a small dog in an Italian restaurant.)

7 comments:

Jason said...

checking in from transylvania, glad to see an update, that blurry picture of the chick wasn't satisfying as other photos you've had on here. I'm curious what it must be like in Russia, it seems like it's getting worse in terms of the freedoms and feeling of being an outsider. Just curious... keep the stories coming and as a friend says sometimes about my stories, pointless without pictures. I gotta see what a Paris Hiltonuvenko looks like!

English Teacher X said...

Sorry, we revell in anonymity here. . . or perhaps you haven't noticed I never show faces.

English Teacher X said...

Sorry, we revell in anonymity here. . . or perhaps you haven't noticed I never show faces.

Jason said...

who said anything about faces? :)

Goodday Tomorrow said...

give him some pictures of the faeces

Grouch said...

Do you have any job vacancies?..A few months in a gulag might do my gout the world of good!

Paul said...

I find it hard to believe that its all washed up so soon, English groupies.
It certainly hasn't in Japan, though with the rap enthusiasm, it's harder for caucasion guys then it used to be.

Basically, are we talking it's relatively worse then it used to be in the 90s or is it just pure crap, might as well stay home?

Besides, English groupies from my understanding in Japan means, don't want to put out but want free English lessons and want to treat you with less respect (like English girls) then she would to a Japanese man.