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Teachers Tits Are Distracting

Damon Dice is trying to get a good workout in, but Abella Danger's phat, juicy ass keeps distracting him! Naturally, he does what anyone would, and asks her to fuck so she stops distracting him. And does it ever work out in his favour...

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Bridgette B knows exactly how to show off her great tits and her great skills and how to give Alex D the time of his life. The way in which she uses her wonderful butt to give him an ass job before taking his dick in her mouth is something that only a true professional would know how to do. A great movie that will give you a hard-on every time you will think about the hot teacher that Bridgette B portrays in this film.

It is not transphobic to demand Lemieux lose some cup sizes before teaching impressionable children, according to the submission of transgender woman Julia Malott at a special hearing of the Halton District School Board on Wednesday, held to debate whether a dress code for teachers should be enforced.

Busty professor Bridgette B is waiting for you to finish your exam. But, like the dirty pervert you are, you can't finish because you're distracted by her tempting titties! Will Bridgette realize that her tits are distracting? Will Ms. B let you finish, by busting a nut all over her huge boobs?

-the main conflicts are built on the confrontation of extraordinary teachers and students with stagnation, bureaucracy, the grayness of the bosses / colleagues / team; very often the focus is on problem zones (crisis, disappointment and fatigue, professional "burnout" of teachers, bureaucracy, corruption, pragmatic cynicism of students, teenage cruelty, etc.);

-in the 21st century, along with the revival of the Russian film production, a kind of reformatting of the tapes about the school and university from the cinematic to the television show happened: modern multiplexes began to focus on spectacular action movies and full-length animated pictures (shot mostly in 3D), so the producers preferred to switch stories about schoolchildren , students and teachers on the television audience;

Of the seven Russian films about the school and university, filmed in the 1990s, three relate to the comedy genre. And the short films of S. Bagirov Equality (1993) and Rypkin's Love (1993), rather, resembled the good old Patchwork, however, with grotesquely negative images of teachers (especially vulgar and insignificant in Rypkin's Love). But the series ABCD Ltd (1992-1994) already affected the

It all began with a simple situational comedy Dormitory (2001), built according to American standards, which became a sketch for the comedies about student life that followed: Theater Academy (2002), Merry Company (2003), Students (2005), Touched (2005), Students-2 (2006), Students International (2006), Univer (2008-2011), Univer: Open Doors" (2013), "Univer: New Dormitory (20112016), Philological Faculty (2017). By the way, never before the student topics did occupy such a prominent place in the Soviet and Russian cinema / television repertoire. By rejecting the gloomy interpretations of the educational process that prevailed in perestroika years, Russian TV series competed with each other in terms of sexually and funny scenes, mockery of teachers' corruption and general old-age mockery. For example, in the Touched (2005) student jokingly at first imitated his "self-immolation", and then with the same enchanting success engaged in fake urination in front of a shocked university professor.

On the other hand, the situation in itself, when an arrogant bandit, who by fate has become a school teacher by fake documents, becomes a positive character against the background of "sucker" teachers and their corrupt district headmistress, is, in our view, a rather sad phenomenon, although symptomatic for modern Russian television, in the pursuit of ratings for a quarter of a century, fond of stories about bandits, thieves and other evil spirits...

atmosphere, although the action under the scenario takes place in an ordinary Moscow school, where one immediately wants to be admitted and spend there all the time. Teachers, even the head teachers and the director himself-in the performance of the inevitably charming Mikhail Efremov - are strikingly liberal: there is no depressing or ideological obligation among the subjects. And growing up children think more about the knowledge of the world and, worst of all, about sexual education: for example, the main character hesitates between a pretty girl and a young teacher, and the film will never fall down beyond a dangerous border, with all its atmosphere of unobtrusive flirting. In short, a cute movie that has nothing to do with life and reality is absolutely irrelevant: really good and not even fake - just blissful" [Dolin, 2016].

Secondly, these were films about the present, but close in style to the Soviet cinema of the 1970s. For example, a series about the school life Simple Truths (1999-2003), the action of which unfolded in one of the Moscow's schools. Contrary to perestroika gloomy genre, there were a lot of good high school students and teachers in the Simple Truths, there were almost no scabs and bed scenes with "nudity". In a similar vein, but this time with a focus on the ecological theme (a biology teacher with her students struggling with the pollution of nature) was posed The Adult Life of a Girl Polina Subbotina (2008). The Village Teacher (2015) also fits in well in this row. In this "socialist realistic" drama, an astonishingly similar (and outwardly and character traits) to the charming Shurik from the famous Soviet comedies of Leonid Gaidai, a graduate student of the pedagogical faculty and a history teacher, Lev Sergeevich comes into conflict with the retrograde of the director and sent to teach in a rural school. And there he soon won the respect of high school students, and the love of the local beauty.

About the film Everyone will die, but I'll stay (2008) argued mostly professionals - film critics and culturologists, it had no wide rental. But about the television series of V. Gai Germanika School (2010), shown in prime time on the Russian first channel, argued already "the whole country". In fact, it was a lighter version of the previous film directed by the producer, deployed for several dozen episodes: "In fact, the series School is quite vegetarian. Nothing in the ideological sense is extraordinary in it, no radicalism, protest moods. In comparison with the programs-mischief s channel NTV (Pure confession, Especially dangerous! or Emergency), "pearls" of Sunday prime, the series School is just a pioneer morning performance. Except for an informal visual and behavioural context" [Dondurei, 2010]. In fact, this is a series is "a one-to-three version of Everyone dies..., but without a filthy language, tits and an director of the photography is worse... Even the inevitable game of give-away with the TV audience, very cleverly framed. Each time they go playfully to the point at which something very indecent should begin, and when the spectator begins to get an epileptic fit from surprise, they also play back playfully: a collision with a teacher who has fallen on a girl is brewing, and then the teacher takes up the pedophile, the potential gay line looms (very timidly) and then, no, sorry, it seemed to you. In the first series there is a charming moment, this method is illustrative: the girl writes a word on the glass ... and as soon as she writes the a swear word, but the grandfather enters at the beginning of this act"[Volobuev, 2010].

Again, obscene gestures, rough slang vocabulary (but already due to evening TV shows without foul rough language), sex and suicide of schoolchildren. Plus exposing teachers who are bribe takers and retrogrades.

Y.A. Bogomolov wrote about the School very accurately: "The art in this series is just so much that the viewer could imbue with the drama of the situation - and not just in the school environment. Simply for many, including for aesthetically advanced viewers, the language of this artistic expression is unaccustomed. Not because it is so new in principle. He is unaccustomed in the format of the so-called "serial product". The mobile camera is not used. It's like a movie from a mobile phone. Not in the rules of the format - the super size of plans, exacerbating the subjectivity of the view of what is happening, the rapid patter of dialogues, kaleidoscopes and the compactness of the plot motifs. ... The level of authenticity taken in the framework of the frame of reality is also unaccustomed, which, however, is not simply mechanically transferred to the screen, but impressively, figuratively processed and submitted. At the same time the intervention of the director, operator, artist in the "picture" is minimal. That is why the illusion of improvisation of the current of the spied life arises. ... an acquaintance with the wrong side of the average school shocking: the exclusion of students, the helplessness of teachers, the smoking of drugs, the hormonal problems of young children and adolescents, etc. ... They say that the Germanika series is a crooked mirror. Maybe. But let me note that the crooked mirror not only distorts the beautiful features of beautiful phenomena, it sticks out defects, flaws of what is not very fine, and especially that which is very ugly. This is exactly what the School did, both in relation to the school itself and in relation to today's social order" [Bogomolov, 2010].

intrigues of the First Channel, which, like air, needs high ratings" [Paisova, Dementieva, 2010]. Moreover, the head of the Moscow department of education O. Larionova spoke against the show School on the First Channel, stating that "on the Internet there were sharply negative reviews of teachers and parents and students for this program," created in the year of the teacher in Russia [The series ..., 2010].

3)"Alas, the profession of the teacher is considered a dead end. What the main character himself admits. A story about a real man? Of course not. The edification of youth - do not be like him? Also not. Or maybe a new upbringing novel? In which pupils are brought up by teachers. Yes there is simply life. Clamped in the confusion of human prejudices and unfulfilled desires ... But - albeit not always, but still - bursting loose, triumphantly throwing up arms and saying: but still we have something to live for. Let's for a moment. For the sake of such moments and live. And this life - in most situations ridiculous, 041b061a72


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