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Sunday, September 2, 2018

TeachErotica: Learning Can Be Fun!

Dears,
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.
 
Take good care of yourselves, dear sillies.
You are loved, by me and many others.
PS Sorry that Martha needed to show-off her new and improved Dad bod, and I apparently needed to re-post this. Forgive me.

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  1. Clearly, an apple for the teacher just isn't going to cut it anymore . . . .

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    1. Right - too innocent.
      Have a great week, Debra.

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  2. The idea of learning something new every day just became more exciting.

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    1. Or repeating the same lessons, depending on the teacher's hotness. (I had a history teacher I wanted private lessons from.)

      Cheers and be well, EC.

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  3. Adult education at its most stimulating. As Aretha said "Rock, rock steady, baby"

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    1. Rock until the break of dawn! That's a great song.
      Have a nice week, Wilma.

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  4. Well, this brings back memories of a creepy teacher who wanted a little more from me. Now, if he looked like Hugh Jackman, I would have unbuttoned a few more and shaken my booty..and my ta-ta’s but this moron went to a level of creep zone that made most girls cringe. Boy Martha really let herself go.

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    1. I know, Birgit. It's always the gross, creepy, disgusting ones that are pedophiles. But when you hear about teen high school boys who are sexually "tutored" by their female teachers, those teachers are attractive and all the Dads are jealous. It's a cruel world. As far as Martha - ha! She's not smart. She figures nobody sees her at my blog. Little does she know.

      Thank you, silly lady.

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  5. One lesson I'm fine with learning over and over again.

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    1. Yes, there's at least one, and many variations of that one I suppose (friends tell me) - with a good teacher.

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  6. Ooooh! The leaves are beginning to change here and that means it's autumn. That also means it is time for the rut! Your poetry will help get that off to a good start! Woohoo!

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    1. New colors of leaves - that's a nice sight, though - yeah - not quite enough. I hear ya. Will try to put out. I mean, put out more erotica, that is.

      Cheers, Jono. Take care.

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  7. Some very impressive wordplay here. Loved it!

    When I was about 14, I had a teacher who was about 25 and wore miniskirts. Every guy in my class thought she was gorgeous!

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    1. Thank you, friend.

      What class did she teach? I'm guessing you paid close attention to the instructions, or pretended to.

      Smiles.

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    2. She taught English. Who knows, maybe she helped me become the writer and Grammar Nazi I am today!

      By the way, I saw her about twenty years ago. She was about fifty-five, by my calculations, and I was in my late thirties or early forties. And she still was a head-turner.

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  8. Quite a school year ahead. Ahem. I don't remember this one, but it's a classic. Now time to go clap the erasers...

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    1. It's a good thing I took school seriously - only as an alum did I get um, inappropriate. I mean, I got...interested in making learning fun. Thanks, Joanne.

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  9. You are a very clever lady with all of your word play. Such a fine education we've received here, today. :)

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    1. Thank you, Sherry. It's important to keep learning throughout our lives, right?

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  10. Kids might like school if they got to read your poems.

    Love,
    Janie

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  11. Scary thing is, this seems to be a growing trend in education. LOL

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    1. Oy. I know. It is truly scary. Note that I specified this as "adult education." ("We're grownups now...") I do not joke about child sexual abuse. But this stuff - adults are up for mockery and apparently anything inappropriate.
      Cheers, girlie.

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  12. These things you speak of... Ive seem to lost 'touch' on.
    It's like a foreign language.
    Laugh... yes, I get it. Good message.
    Sigh...

    Have a great week!
    xo

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    1. I write about them, because I'm lost contact myself.
      Love ya, Anthony.

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  13. School sure has changed a lot since I was a student! Maybe homework wouldn't be such a chore now. Thanks for the smiles, Robyn.

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