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Want to ensure young gay male and straight female college students pass math? Hire a brilliant lecturer who just happens to moonlight as a top male model!

The luckiest maths students in the world are currently taking classes at London College, where male model Pietro Boselli teaches. One student, Arief Azli, did some digging and shared his  discovery on Facebook.

Other students reportedly followed suit, sharing more photos of Boselli in the classroom.

According to his LinkedIn account, Boselli worked as a teaching assistant and then lecturer at UCL until June 2014. As for his modeling work, he’s represented by Models1.

His Instagram says he has a PhD in engineering and is “addicted to training.”

Goddamn if my math teacher was that hot! Guy has a Phd in engineering and moonlights as a model. The world is just not fair.

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Firecracker: Chapter 1

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It had been two months since the masquerade ball, and Lola was not any closer to moving on from the reclusive Thomas Hunt than she’d been the night he had pulled her mask off. It was infuriating, really. She had a reputation for being a heartbreaker, unable to slow down for anyone or anything- a firecracker. Always on the move. She blazed across the sky with a spark no one could rival.

 No way would Lola Myers ever be hung up over some guy. 

So why was she still dreaming of gold chandeliers and navy masks?

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