The Substitute Teacher

7F68F76B-B0BA-4337-978D-DC7C2D2C7DF6“Can you please sum it up, already?” I said. “I haven’t got all day, you know.”

“Okay, Fine,” Doug said, “but if you’d have seen her, you wouldn’t want me to skimp on the details.”

I looked at my watch, raised one eyebrow, and gave Doug an impatient look.

“So the substitute teacher walked into the classroom and, oh my God, dude, my eyes almost popped out of my head,” Doug said. “She was some dish, let me tell you.”

I looked at my watch again.

“Anyway, she was wearing a really low-cut blouse, you know, one with décolletage, or whatever you call it,” Doug continued. “And with those double-Ds of hers, there was little left to the imagination, believe me.”

“Seriously?” I said, “That’s what was so important?”

“Let me tell you, dude,” Doug said, “If you’d have seen her, you’d have felt the same frisson that I did.” Then he whipped out his iPhone and showed me a picture of her. Well, of her visible assets, anyway.

“You’re such a child,” I said.

Written for these daily prompts: Ragtag Daily Prompt (sum), Word of the Day Challenge (substitute), The Daily Spur (dish), Fandango’s One-Word Challenge (double), and Your Daily Word Prompt (frission frisson).

5 thoughts on “The Substitute Teacher

  1. lindakempwriter June 2, 2019 / 3:46 pm

    Very nice, Fandango. Nothing like a pair of DDs to distract a man/child. Love it 🙂

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  2. Marleen June 2, 2019 / 4:39 pm

    I watched a video recently on how hard [no, not frisson] it is to find a good bra for very large breasts. (Actually, it was a pair of video bloggers both shopping — one with more average breasts. It was most difficult for the one over the other.) Somehow, that teacher, though, found a good one.

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