A humorous, and occasionally painful, insight into the different masks that teachers must don to juggle their personal life with teaching a classroom of students every day.

Gone are the gentle women who sing-song their way through carpet time and math stations—in their stead are screaming young women doing tequila shots. The patient middle school English teacher who, to her students, appears totally passionate about writing thesis statements and reading The Giver can be found outside chain smoking cigarettes and nursing her fifth beer while perusing Tinder.