Re: Intimate Confessions
Parents waste money
Date: November 23, 2018 10:24AM
So we were living in Queens and my 'rents sent me to Regis. There's this PS up the street and this KNOCKOUT math teacher there. Sometimes she sees me, if I don't have something after school that day or get home quickly to get some HW done.
Anyhow, she gets interested and of course, being the typical 15 YO, I am too. We're lighting up Queens and half of Brooklyn, too. Now I'm smart enough to keep my GD mouth shut, BC I want the pussy to continue, and it's EXCELLENT pussy, too (I guess any pussy to a 15/16 YO is excellent, though). Turns out it's HER who can't keep her yap shut, or at least on line. It's end of junior year, people find out who she is, the police pick her up and she spills everything. So now here I am, 'rents POed, no more pussy but everybody in the last days of school bowing down and paying homage as I walk through school. The priests are all giving me dirty looks. It's hard to concentrate, but I manage to do well on exams, anyhow.
So the lady's out on bail, but of course, no contact, but we sneak a little face to face meeting here and there, but, understandably, no action. Then 'rents decide to move me away from there, and move to NoVa. I don't want to live in no damn suburb. I'm a New York boy, I want to go back to New York. At least they send me to Catholic HS in DC, but still, DC's not New York. Alll the priests here know about what happened in New York.
The 'rents don't seem to get it, anyhow, I'm done here in May and it's off to Chicago for college. That math teacher might as well move there after she gets out of the slammer. They'll give her a year or 2, MAX, BC they let girl teachers off easy. They know the boy enjoyed the crap out of it, so, you know, no harm, no foul.
The Catholic HS in DC is pretty good, but it's not as good as Regis. This whole moving thing is a total damn waste of time and money for nothing. I'm not going to testify against that teacher unless the court makes me, even then I'm saying as little as I can. I'm not mad at the teacher, only everybody else.