I accidentally sexted my mother once. My mum’s name is Kim, and the guy’s name was Ken, and I’d had lots to drink, so yeah. Asking my mum to “lick me all over” was pretty mortifying, but not nearly as mortifying as what happened to a University of Iowa teaching assistant, who mistakenly emailed X-rated photos of herself and a male friend to her class Tuesday.
“I attach the solutions for number 76 and 78,” read the TA’s message to her Math for Business students. However, it seems she mistakenly sent the solution to problem “69” instead. Instead of mathematics, the attached file contained screenshots of the TA flaunting her T&A in a frisky Google hangout.
By Wednesday morning, the news was all over Twitter. The woman reportedly showed up to class Wednesday and acted as if nothing ever happened. Props for her bravery. I didn’t call my mom for a week after I sexted her.
Akward moment when one of the TA's for my math class sends out screenshots of her VERY "private chat" to all of her students #iowa
— Jack Duval (@duvy5) October 23, 2013
Class with the most famous TA in University of Iowa history starts in an hour and a half. Wish me luck! Should I ask for an autograph?
— Andrew Merschman (@merschman) October 23, 2013
Iowa better put Vodka Sam and naked TA's under their "Reasons to attend here" section of the applications.
— G-Lav (@grant_laverty) October 23, 2013
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