Meet the Teachers – Mark Baker

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Meet the Teachers – Mark Baker

With a public school accent and a degree from Lancashire Polytechnic of Science and Cosmetology, Mark uses his London street smarts to charm the staff and students of Be Yes! Academy of English. Mark’s primary goal in coming to Japan to teach English was to see something of the world and to meet exotic women – not necessarily in that order and not so successfully in either case. Still teaching is a better gig than his last –hawking copies of The Big Issue in Euston Square. Nagoya is no London, but the local has good beer, a decent curry and darts on Sunday. Mark knows when he has it good.

25 Responses to “Meet the Teachers – Mark Baker”

  1. wavsdrobful Says:

    [..YouTube..] LMAO.

  2. rakel Says:

    I enjoyed his opinion and very refreshig way of telling things.

  3. William Says:

    That is so true. I loved this video.

  4. takuya Says:

    funny!!! so true

  5. Satomi Says:

    Thank you Mark! I am expecting what you will be next!

  6. MaHumorless Says:

    [..YouTube..] Nice one!

  7. ANDREAMjapan Says:

    [..YouTube..] a hilarious but scarily apt description….

  8. TokyoZeplin Says:

    [..YouTube..] Good one!

  9. soulofbass Says:

    [..YouTube..] i love this guy, he steals the show

  10. KyuubiMinato Says:

    [..YouTube..] 22 years old? BeYes! XD

  11. madcomic80 Says:

    [..YouTube..] Oke.. there is something wrong with that “22 years”

    It looks more like your pointing out his age instead of his years as a teacher.

  12. leah97462 Says:

    [..YouTube..] This guy is great. One of the best parts of this series :D

  13. tailwip97 Says:

    [..YouTube..] check me outttt

  14. untmdsprt Says:

    [..YouTube..] and then there are the students. ROFL!!!!

  15. bundangbear Says:

    [..YouTube..] Who, who WHOA! Mark has been teaching in Japan 15 years, according to Episode 1. HE CAN’T BE 22!

    All your R&D, and look at this.

    UNLESS Mark wrote he was 22, and if you’re trying to illustrate that, then it’s GENIUS.

    SO WHICH IS IT, PEOPLE?

  16. fernandopox Says:

    [..YouTube..] mmm… ????

  17. platinumski Says:

    [..YouTube..] @bundangbear Dude, “Teacher, 22 years” means he’s been a teacher for 22 years.. He’s been in Japan 15 years for a teaching job, and that doesn’t necessarily mean he’s only been a “teacher” when he arrived in Japan… Yah get it, he’s been at the career even before he leave London.

  18. bundangbear Says:

    [..YouTube..] @platinumski I’m an ESL professional, not a mathematician. I would be less embarrassed than by your type, ” he leave London,” which should be “he left London.”

    Still you clearly routed me, old boy, and I feel a bit of a batsman nose. Good show, good show.

  19. platinumski Says:

    [..YouTube..] @bundangbear I’m Asian, not an American (Nor English). Sorry if you were offended by my post or my grammar, I meant no harm :P
    And no, I am not embarrass by my faulty tense, I don’t see why should I.

  20. multieatmyshorts2010 Says:

    [..YouTube..] @bundangbear you’re an idiot.

  21. bundangbear Says:

    [..YouTube..] @multieatmyshorts2010 Well then, your powers of debate have been clearly established.

  22. ThePanterWithoutTheH Says:

    [..YouTube..] camera quality win

  23. z3z4z3z4z3z4z3z4 Says:

    [..YouTube..] coitado

  24. GameShowGuy Says:

    [..YouTube..] The description should say “Mark’s primary goal”, with an apostrophe, not “Marks primary goal”.

  25. MeanieMaxie Says:

    [..YouTube..] that was actually funny, he was like ” and then there are the students” I was like WAIT WHAT XD LOL LOL

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