The Junior Salesman and other workplace whackings
THE TWENTY-YEAR-old junior salesman slowly unclasped his belt and unbuttoned his trousers. He pushed them over his hips and let go. From there they slithered slowly down his legs.
A breeze from the nearby open window brushed against his naked legs as he awaited the next command.
Tyler looked over at his boss; in his hands was a wicked-looking school cane, around three feet in length and with a curved handle. Mr. Davenport’s huge grin exposed his decaying teeth as he tapped a point on the floor in front of him with the cane, “Please bend over and touch your toes.”
The Junior Salesman and other workplace whackings is another collection of my stories published in book form. It runs for more than 19,000 words and has many illustrations. You should be able to read it on your lap top or e-book reader.
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