Reader Hookup Confession: My Teacher Embarrassed My Boyfriend And I In Front Of The Whole School

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My boyfriend and I have been dating for a little over a month. One time before first period, he came to my locker and kissed me. At first, I didn’t want to kiss him because we were in school, but after a while I gave in… and then he stuck his tongue in my mouth. We started to make out right in front of my locker a few minutes before the bell rang!

At that exact moment, my homeroom teacher walked by. And she started yelling really loudly! I don’t remember exactly what she said, but it was something along the lines of “Will you quit exchanging saliva in the hallways because nobody wants to see that!” 

Everyone, and I mean everyone, turned around to look at us. A few upperclassmen even started laughing. We stopped kissing immediately and just stood there red-faced. Thankfully, the bell rang and we both ran to our classes. Now my boyfriend barely comes near me when I’m near my locker.

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  • LMN

    As much as I hate to argue over grammar, I feel the need to set this straight. It’s “my boyfriend and I….” To say “my boyfriend and me….” is not proper grammar. Look it up people…..

  • Natalie

    No it is “My boyfriend and me” because the teacher was yelling at “me”. It doesn’t make sense to say that the teacher was yelling at “I”. Geez some people need a lesson in grammar.

  • diana

    teachers can be pretty messed up sometimes or ALL THE TIME.

  • flickchick

    weird but a bit funny

  • Best at grammar

    Actually it is my boyfriend and I that is the proper English pronunciation of that sentence

  • Grammar Cop

    Judging by that headline, I guess it wasn’t your English teacher.

    “…my boyfriend and ME…” is how you should have written it.

  • Rebecca

    Wow, I think that is a little extreme for a teacher to yell about it and embarrass you guys. It’s just a little PDA.