I'd like to take this opportunity to congratulate the 2010 Matrics for getting through what has been a turbulent year for South African education. What with the interruption of the World Cup and the teacher's strike that resulted from it, it must have been really hard - especially for the people at government schools.
Why do teachers go on strike anyway?
A teacher with under 5 years experience (in advertising we call it Junior level) in South Africa earns R115 276 per annum. That's R9606 a month people. Almost 10 grand from the Government! That's more than I earn in the private sector doing all kinds of overtime and working 8:30-17:00 on most days.
|The ad agency I work for.|
|Fuck you Miss Wormwood.|
|I'll hold my hands up. I get paid shit.|
Only problem is that it was neeeeeeeeeeeever going to happen. Ever :)
|You know how they say "Never say Never?" I'm saying Never.|
|Student without bursary.|
|I want to become a teacher so I can write "EPIC FAIL" on tests. LOL.|
|This Matric pass was brought to you by the great taste of Coffee.|
|I is gonna be a vet, paw.|
|"To threesomes! THREESOMES!"|
|The breakfast of champions.|
|The realization sets in.|
|For a student, being a driver means worrying about your dad ripping your spine out through your bumhole.|
|The Green Mullet... is mine!|