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The perks of the job

The perks of the job

A university professor in the UK claims looking at well-endowed students is a “perk” of his job.

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September 23, 2009 3:03 by



Terence Kealey, a clinical bio-chemist and vice-chancellor at the University of Buckingham, has caused an uproar by claiming that students with big breasts are a “perk” of the job in an article for Times Education Higher Magazine, reported the BBC on Wednesday.

In his article, he wrote: “Most male lecturers know that, most years, there will be a girl in class who flashes her admiration and who asks for advice on her essays.

“What to do? Enjoy her! She’s a perk.”

“She doesn’t yet know that you are only Casaubon to her Dorothea (characters from Middlemarch by George Eliot), Howard Kirk to her Felicity Phee (characters from The History Man by Malcolm Bradbury), and she will flaunt you her curves”

“Which you should admire daily to spice up your sex, nightly, with the wife.” He then advised academics to “look but not touch”.

“Thanks to the accountability imposed by the Quality Assurance Agency [the university watchdog] and other intrusive bodies, the days are gone when a scholar could trade sex for upgrades,” he added.

Wow! We like this guy. He makes terrible judgment calls and he’s far too over-excited about his perks, but his writing is engaging (to say the least). He managed to embarrass his university, students and his wife in one article, and he entertained everyone else.

Kipp hopes he pens more articles in the future. We can’t wait.



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