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Fujitaka Kinomoto, Yoshiyuki Terada and Kaho Mizuki (this one is a hot assistant teacher, and lampshaded by the whole class on her introduction) in Cardcaptor Sakura. All of them are involved to one degree or another in Teacher/Student Romance situations, whether played straight or subverted.
A hot educator (i.e. teacher, teacher's assistant, instructor or professor) is an individual who is attactive and works as an educator at a public school, university or college. As a result of their attactiveness, students often find themselves "Hot for Teacher" and thus unable to pay attention to the lesson at hand. A hot educator may try to downplay her attractiveness with more conservative attire. This, in turn, has lead to the assumption that under her conservative attire, is a dominatrix vixen looking for a student or two to discipline. (Source: www.urbandictionary.com)
Title Chris Johnson wants his reward for graduating from Kayla Kleevage but she just can't give him because the school won't allow it. Chris was a little bummed at first and so she got creative and let him play with her big sweet titties! He rocks that juicy ass like no tomorrow too! (Source: www.beeg.kim)
"Hot for Teacher" is a song by the American rock band Van Halen, taken from their sixth studio album, 1984. The song was written by band members Eddie Van Halen, Alex Van Halen, Michael Anthony and David Lee Roth, and produced by Ted Templeman. It was released as the fourth and final single from the album in October 1984, and was the final single released during the band's 1974–1985 era, but not the final single released by the Van Halen brothers, Roth, and Anthony. A pair of new recordings from their 1996 compilation album Best of - Volume I, Me Wise Magic and Can't Get This Stuff No More, would be released as singles in 1996 and 1997 respectively. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)