Year 11 student, Jenna Kenny, is a self confessed “Riverdale addict” who is “in love with Archy and follows him on all social media accounts”. Her other attraction is Patrick Glenn; her Year 11 science teacher.
“He is just so hot. I’m obsessed. The way he teaches science is just… so…. like hot.”
It’s an attraction that isn’t unique to just Jenna, “my whole class is obsessed. He is just so cute.”
Mr Glenn is a balding, 32 year old, who lives with his Mum and more often than not, sports a brown suit with joggers.
We asked him if he was aware of any ‘school girl crushes’ at the school. He shrugs his shoulders and says, “Yeah, I guess. There was a group who would stay behind after school when I was marking papers or whatever, and they’d knock on the door and chat to me for as long as they could, and I sometimes hear them giggling in the corridors. I’ve had to tell them to leave a few times.”
“It seems I was born in the wrong generation, I can’t get any girls my own age… seems I was born 20 years too early!”
However, it seems that Mr Glenn’s conclusion may be incorrect. In fact, the state wide study concluded that girls at private schools were 93% more likely to have a warped perception of male attractiveness; of which led them to develop ‘crushes’ on male teachers at their school.
Scientists point toward a lack of male interaction during their developmental phase.
Interestingly, once they finish high school they begin to assimilate back into society and realise that a 32 year old science teacher is perhaps, not, “honestly just a God.”