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Monday, August 22, 2016

Naughty Teacher: TeachErotica!

It's back to school time, and I'm a strong proponent of higher education. Learning is good. Learning by doing, even better. Gentle yet decisive individualized hands on guidance? As good as it gets! Enjoy. Wink.

PS I had all sorts of tech issues when I attempted to post an updated version. Thus, I'm subjecting you to Martha and her Dad bod. So sorry!
 
This and a year's worth of poetic erotica are coming soon to an Amazon link near you. I'll be publishing Celibacy and Suburbia. (I'm currently awaiting a paperback copy to proof, before I decide on the launch date.) Also in Celibacy and Suburbia are 250 dating ads with my mockery, plus a slew of interviews that I did for the IWSG/Insecure Writer's Support Group. It's a fun and zany 77 pager. More news to come.

Take good care of yourselves, dear sillies.
You are loved, by me and many others. Hopefully, this does NOT include Martha.

55 comments:

  1. Ooh, Robyn, I'd like to see you recite this one dressed like a proper mistress, wearing spectacles and holding a cane! Who would be the Gooser and who would be the Goosee?

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    1. Haha, GB. I simply don't know how to respond. Virtual kisses, silly ape.

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  2. I'll comply and stay abreast! Oh wait...

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    1. You're funny, Alex. But there's no reason you can't tell your wife that line. In fact, I recommend it. Wink.

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  3. Oh, goody! I didn't realize your Celibacy and Suburbia book was going to include your poetic erotica!

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    1. I'm glad you're happy about that, Debra. Local friends are too. Yippee!

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    1. If only I had a dungeon. But I'd settle for .01 of her weekly earnings.

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  5. lol now there is a review one wouldn't mind taking again, as long as Martha was never involved.

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    1. I know, if only that woman-man would stay far away.

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  6. quite the schoolin', no foolin'. Let me know when you launch your book - I'm happy to give you a blog post promotion! Congrats and girl, you are so clever and funny!

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  7. Now that's my type of school especially if there is the after school special:) congrats on a new book with all this erotica.

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    1. The afterschool special are for those most in need of hands on guidance, Birgit. Thank you.

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  8. I don't recall anything this interesting happening when I was in school.

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    1. Me neither Stephen. Students today don't know how good they have it.

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  9. Funny...you are so clever. Who knew that so many school terms could go in that direction?

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    1. I know, Cheryl. I used to hate most of those activities too (dodge ball, red rover...). Smiles.

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  10. I wish I'd had a naughty teacher in high school. I would have been such a good student. Maybe you can teach me a few things as I'm always eager to learn, especially if things are covered in chocolate.

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    1. True, Jono, chocolate makes learning even more fun. ;-)

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    2. P.S. Waiting impatiently for the book.

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  11. Hmm, I wonder if C & S will be delivered in a brown wrapper....

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    1. Not quite brown, CW. You'll see, though. You'll laugh too. I promise.

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  12. Congratulations. You have been busy.

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    1. Yes, though this project is much smaller than Woman on the Verge. Thank you, EC.

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  13. Yes. Yes! YES! Great back-to-school poem for the kiddies. Looking forward to Celibacy and Suburbia.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. I felt a bit bad reciting it at Open Mic last week, with a youngin in the audience, Janie. My friends said it went way over her head, though. It's over my head too. Heck, everything is. I'm only 4'8".

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  14. You make me smile, Robyn! I wish you lived right next door. I've got some real uptight, snobby neighbours around here and you'd be a real breath of fresh air!

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    1. Someday perhaps we'll meet. And if the orange mofo becomes President, which he won't, I'll kick out your crabby neighbors and move in, Martha. You're sweet. We'd have so much fun.

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    1. Not so long as he skips to my loo, Diane. A gal's gotta have some standards. Lol.

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  16. Lucky "student". All of our teachers were 70-something year old grumps with faces like bulldogs. There would have been no hokey pokey or red rover with those bridge trolls, that's for sure.

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    1. That's funny. You'd have had to wear blindfolds and/or hope for a cute hip substitute to get any learning accomplished.

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  17. So many lessons to be learned here. Funny and clever as always, Robyn. Thanks for the smiles!

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  18. Lots of rope for Double Dutch?
    That's not what...my friend...sees on Porn Hub.

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    1. But it does look like thick skin-colored rope, Al. My friend insists on it.

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  19. Since badminton and volleyball have been included in the Olympic games, I predict dodgeball will be next --hopefully, the version your poem evokes. That would move me to watch the games.

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    1. Maybe even compete, Geo. Funny, I really hated dodgeball and Red Rover.

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  20. Hokey POkey is whats its all about - so they say!! Such a fun post and now i'm super excited to read your next book. yay!!

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    1. Thank you, Holli. I'm excited that you're excited. It's a fun one.

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  21. Ugh...school season already? Say it ain't so, Robyn! Next thing you know it will be snowing outside. No!!! Love ya, babe!!

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    1. I know, Elsie. Where did the summer go?
      Love you too, hon.

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  22. I can't wait to read your next book!!!!

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    1. Thank you, JoJo. I'm going stir crazy waiting for a copy to arrive - it's as though I'm frozen but can see the finish line.

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    1. Very very naughty, Sherry. I probably need some discipline. Smiles.

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  24. Awesome news regarding your new publications! That'll be a riot. Looking for it. Glad youre doing well dear. xo

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  25. I feel so guilty for enjoying this poetry. :D

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    1. No guilt, please. No guilt whatsoever.
      I did feel a bit guilty reading it in front of audiences that included innocent exchange students. Oops.

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