WASHINGTON, DC - Born-again Christian Borlinda Borgia will be delighting moviegoers with her remarkable skill in the religious epic Slave to Her Men. The movie, which will be released next week on the Internet, is slated to become an overnight success and the talk of the religious community.
Critics unanimously agree that Borgia’s performance as the Christian slave girl who converts an entire room full of pagan Romans with her hip movements will cause every man in the audience rising to the occasion. “I owe all my success to Erda von Schwantz,” the proud senior told reporters. “Thanks to her counsel, I am learning to use my body for God’s work!”
The voluptuous public schools student can be seen daily between classes in front of Horace Mann High School inspiring students with her religious fervor.
Borlinda Borgia and Erda von Schwantz are fictitious characters in Joe David’s outrageously funny satire of modern education. Reviewers of Teacher of the Year have referred to the book as “wonderfully humorous...with serious messages about teaching and education” (Mike Bowler, Baltimore Sun), “a good read” (Bob Madigan, WTOP-Washington); and “a madcap, often twistedly comic satire” (Sam Weller, New City Newspaper, Chicago).