Extra Credit

BY : Solaris
Category: +G through L > Gravity Falls
Dragon prints: 3044
Disclaimer: I do not own Gravity Falls, nor the characters from it. I do not make any money from the writing of this story

James sat at his desk and looked down at a stack of paper quizzes he had the students do that day. The ticking of the clock on the wall seemingly echoed though the otherwise silent room as James just stared down at the test he was currently grading. His eyes seemingly glued to the name at the top of the quiz that read “Pacifica Northwest”.

 

A day had passed since she had seemingly bribed James with her mouth or even talked to her, as today during class she didn’t even acknowledge him. As he finally started to look over the quiz he quickly noticed she hadn’t even bothered to write anything else. He knew he shouldn’t do this as handing back a blank test with a perfect score could be evidence, but at this point she could probably end him without it.

 

After a few more minutes of mental deliberation, James finally just wrote an A+ on the top and circled it before capping his pen and sitting back in his chair with a sigh. “I can’t believe that happened...” The mental visual of her blonde head bobbing up and down on his length played over in his mind as a small grin grew over his face “not the worse thing I suppose.”

 

Part of him couldn’t help but hope he’d get to feel her soft velvet mouth again. He knew there was a whole list of things wrong with this, chief among which was her age of thirteen but honestly he didn’t really mind any of them. She was just such a pretty young girl and the more the dwelled on the day before the more he couldn’t help but prey for it to happen again.

 

An hour later James had finally finished grading all the quizzes and was able to gather his things and head back to his apartment. The drive was short being he only lived 10 minutes by foot from the school and it was one of the few things James was grateful for.

 

The lights to the apartment flicked on as James shut the door behind him. He hung his keys on a hook by the door before walking to the kitchen and setting down a stack of papers. Next to the stack the already opened eviction notice stared up at him. James knew he’d have to do something about that eventually...but tonight was not the night. Turning and heading to the bathroom, a nice steamy shower seemed like a much better way to forget everything.



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