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When you where at schoolteachers, where any of your teachers given nicknames?
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I had a French teacher called miss Blandthorn, I was 13 years old and she was so sexy sulty and had shirt dark black hair, I had been cross dressing for a year or so but I still fancied her so much one day in class.she was sat on the desk and had I long flowing skirt on and boots in was horny and hard then she sat on the desk and the split in her skirt slid open and I saw her pink lacy panties and she caught.me.looking, she smiled at me and inswear to God she opened her legs wider and I couldn’t.believe my eyes since then I called her pink pussy cat and She always gave me top marks after that and I bought clothes in honor.of her French style my favorite item being a pair of pink.lacy panties I still.have to this day xx
When I was in college, the Associate Dean of the College of Engineering was Dean Ernest Weaver. He was known as the Wean Deaver.
Professor George Heath taught the thermodynamic courses that I took. He was known as HeathKit. Probably pretty obscure reference these days, but back in the day, Heath Electronics sold kits for building radios, TVs, etc.
That’s Funny, in highschool we had an Art teach named Mr. Weaver, we all called him The Weave. cool teacher.
our History/Sex Ed teach was Gordan Moran and we would play Gordy the MornANDROID’s catchphrase bingo. He got into it and would play along. My little brother had him 3 years after I graduated and it had become a tradition.
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