Journal of May Rikios
December 09, 2019
I had a Fairly uneventful day today. Class went swimmingly, most students are just ready to get through these lessons to finally have winter break. I was really proud of myself for not Being clumsy in the least. I do think that my tail lifted my skirt at one point while I was grabbing for Chalk to write down differences in Psychology stated between Jung and Freud.
The lesson was pretty plain but even if students realize that they are different if you don’t point it out alot of the brighter minds pass by it. A student came to me today to ask how to help younger women out with High school embarrassment. What’s the best advice for them. I was so happy! could not believe a student would come up to little miss Rikios and ask for advice to help a friend.
Well I told her that the best thing you can really do is try and laugh it off. Students can be cruel and unforgiving but if you don’t let it hurt you, then eventually they’ll let it go. There is always something more embarrassing about to happen to someone else. I once had a student when I was in france in middle school. He was caught pleasuring himself under a desk by our teacher. She was needless to say old and crone like so it was all the more embarassing. Worse of all…his last name was handcock.
Which is funny becuase anthropologically speaking a humans paws are called hands and feet. Just something I always found fitting. But it ended my own embarassment. Once upon a time, I was very popular, but that didn’t mean people didn’t like me. In my first year of middle school I had already developed curves greater than those of the seniors. Alot of boys stared my way and even a few girls. I have to say it made me feel very good about myself, but that didn’t stop people from thinking I was a public enemy becuase alot of girls my age didn’t’ have such features.
I was so happy that day was a casual dress day. I had saved up money to buy my own outfit so it fit for a change. My parents didn’t like to pay too much on clothes for me and my sister and I wore very different sizes despite being twins. At our school after gym class you were required to take a quick shower. So I did but when I returned to retrieve my clothes from the locker room, all that was left were my socks, shoes, and Sweater. I pulled the sweater on quickly and Ran around the locker room. But my clothes were stolen. I cried so much, and ran into the office, pulling my sweater down as best I could to cover my decency.I’m sure a few students and teachers so my unmentionable nethers.
Needless to say I had quite a bad experience. but it was all gone after monsieur handcock.
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