Treasure Island

Joe Rosochacki


Horny High School Musical I or An Adolescent Male's Disneyland in Brooklyn


Something must be in the water in Brooklyn, New York City,
Maybe an aphrodisiac or some other thing.
This occurred the other day, as I perused the internet and came across this ditty.
The teachers involved were linguists that taught French and Spanish.
Cindy Mauro,33 and Alini Brito,29, respectively.
They were caught nude in classroom of Hornydog, uh- correction,
make that, James Madison High School, -by a janitor.
Did he clap and cheer?
Anyway, the two were later sent off a kind of adult detention,
Called a 'rubber room', no pun intended the sexual innuendos just keep happening,
They are on par,
As Tiger Woods' score card.
Anyway, the two were found disrobing as students, in another room,
- watched a talent show.
They were in the process of 'speaking the international language of love' so to speak,
When the janitor had a peek.
Anyway, in the same school it is alleged, that social science teacher,
Allison Musacchio,31,
Has been 'sexting' a former male student with inappropriate text.
Did I grow up in wrong time or what?
The musicals I was in involved with was produced by Felician nuns.
And my Latin teacher was Sr. Mary Yolanda, albeit she was an Octogenarian.
Golly gee!
St. Florian High School was not the same as James Madison High School;
- what would happen next?
Did Miley Cyrus or the Jonas' brothers have this type of school?
Did Jamie Lynn Spears flunk out with Zoey 101?
Pity the high school fool!

12-12-09

Submitted: Saturday, December 12, 2009

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