The Tentacle Experiment
By Cara Layton
Copyright 2012 Cara Layton
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Victoria looked out of the classroom windows longingly. Spring had begun to take hold of the dreary landscape and was threatening warmer weather with clearer skies. All winter she had been cooped up in either a lecture hall or her small dorm room. It didn’t help matters that her roommate was an awkward, unusual mess of a young lady. Beyond that, however, things had been largely uneventful in the 3 or 4 months prior.
The professor of the class was droning on about something to do with leases, “Now the issue here is substance over form. Does the lease need to be capitalized?”
It went on for a good, long time. He was one of those types that seemed to really enjoy the sound of his own voice. Fortunately for him, most of the ladies in the class felt the same way. He was a young professor; one of the youngest on campus, in fact. There mere fact that he still had all of his (not gray) hair put him miles ahead of any of the others. It helped even more that he was buff and trim. His jaw line was strong and chiseled. Victoria likes to watch him speak but imagined him saying a whole lot more than whether or not something should be capitalized.