A Phone Sex Operator And A Friend

Back about two(2) years ago or so, I finally decided to join twitter. I was on it a little bit, but I didn’t really know what to do with it, so I just tootled a bit and looked at things. One of the things that I noticed was that it suggested people for you to follow.

Twitter

I thought that was interesting, and well, it showed me this list of names, so I clicked on the one at the top of the list, not knowing what I was doing or what following really was. It then tells me that I’m now following this person. I think, OK, well, maybe I can look at this persons twitter page, so I click on their name, and it shows me their page, and I read a little bit about this person and WOW! I mean, interesting. LOL, and as I’m sure you can guess from the title of this post, this person is a phone sex operator. Well, the person that I decided to follow is called Kiwi Candy on twitter.

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Some Changes In My Life

Well, again it’s been a long time since I’ve written a post, but I have been a bit busy as of late. Where to begin, lol.

There have been some changes in my life. I will try to cover all of what’s going on, and maybe of what’s coming up here in this post, so just bare with me and I eventually get to everything.

Well, let’s see. I’ve started teaching in a school now, which is keeping me really busy. I’m working at a school named Phra Mae Maree Sathorn, which is a catholic school that has students from K1, about 3 years old, all the way up to 12th grade. They also have 3 learning areas kind of thing to the school. They have the EP, which means English Program, where they have 3 or 4 classes in English, they have EIP, which means English Intensive Program, which means they have 2 or 3 classes in English, and then they have the regular classes. The parents make a donation for the program that they want their children classes. Also, depending on which program the students are in will depend on their class sizes. For example, the EP classes have up to 9 students in the class, the EIP classes have up to 30 students in the class and the regular classes have up to 50 students in the class.

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