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Blackmail and the Cheerleader


Seth Daniels

Copyright 2009 Seth Daniels

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Meet Mary Dawkins

I have never been one to hold something over someone's head just to get what I wanted but when an opportunity like this comes up you just have to take advantage of it. It was late one Friday evening and I was grading papers when I heard a noise from down the hall. At first I dismissed it but then I thought I heard something else. I left my office and made my way down the hall. The sound was coming from the English Department Offices. I assumed it was Mrs. Gabriel working late again and since I have a small thing for her, I opened the door and stepped inside. I wasn't sure who was more surprised, me or the two that I just walked in on. Standing there in the middle of the office was Dave Glock a young new English Professor with Mary Ann Dawkins, the head cheerleader kneeling before him. I couldn't decide whether to ask what was going on or just take off my clothes and join in. MaryAnn started pleading and mumbling something about me not telling anyone while Dave just looked at me and grinned. Apparently, Mary was having trouble in her English course and needed to get an A in order to keep the college scholarship she had just been awarded.

I told Dave that from now on she belonged to me. He protested but I quickly calmed him by informing him that he would be welcome to play with her all the time but since I had something on both of them her ass belonged to me and he would have to ask me if he wanted to fuck her. Dave looked a bit disappointed but decided that it was better than losing his job.

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