The love story of this 13-year-old girl falls in love with her teacher is currently making rounds on social media.
Have you ever experienced having a crush or even falling in love with your teacher? When we were young, we have this so-called puppy love. A “puppy love” is a term used to describe what many kids or teenagers call love, feelings of romantic or platonic love, often felt during childhood and adolescence.
This 20-year-old woman named Vinda Virginia got married with the love of her life that happens to be her former teacher back in high school. The couple first met each other in SMP Negeri 2 Tenga in Jakarta, Indonesia.
When Vinda was only 13 years old, she first noticed 27-year-old Erwin Pangaila writing on the blackboard in another class, according to Tribun News. His good looks and broad shoulders captivate the attention of the teenager.
Later, the two bumped each other again during her co-curriculum activities while he was completely engrossed in his work. At that moment, the 13-year-old girl falls in love with her teacher and decided that Sir Erwin is the right person for her. It seems like the universe heard her wish as Erwin was soon assigned to teach in her class.
But little did Vinda known, she’s not the only one who has a crush on the teacher. Erwin as his good looks made him quite a popular male teacher in the school. To earn his attention, Vinda stayed back after school and took the initiative to ask him questions. After many Q&A sessions and extra classes.
Erwin finally developed a romantic feeling with the teenager. They started dating in 2011 and it wasn’t an easy journey for them. The couple had to endure salty comments from their haters around them.
Many were criticizing them with their age difference of 14 years and saying that it was highly immoral for a teacher to be in love with his student. But despite discrimination, they continue their love story.
After seven years, they finally tied the knot. On her Facebook post, Vinda wrote:
“Erwin is my prince, my first love, and also my last one.”