Get that chip off your shoulder

Postbox letter from Not a burger flipper

To teach in Thailand now it is pretty much impossible (post waiver) without a degree in education. Like the one this 'burger flipper' from the UK has.


Filipinos do it better!

Postbox letter from Danielle

Native English speakers are only hired as a marketing strategy, only as a face to attract more students. In reality, they cannot teach grammar to students who are learning English as second language or even as a foreign language.


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