Thursday, October 29, 2020

Logan's high school diary 5: Wednesdays suck (revisited)

Since more than half of our readers discovered this blog less than five years ago I thought it would be nice to re-introduce some older stories for those who didn't catch them when they were first published. Enjoy!

Previous chapters: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4

Warning: Can contain traces of cum.

Featured in this story: Logan (click for pictures)

It’s been a little while since I had received a video from Logan. A while ago, the 18 year old high school wrestler had started a video diary, chronicling the adventures of him and his friends at Josiah E. Bartlet High. Logan was a very attractive, charming guy, and I was very happy when I received an e-mail from him. When I clicked on the link that he had sent me, the screen filled with what I immediately recognized as the school’s locker room.

Logan looked into the camera and smiled. “It’s Wednesday, ladies and gentlemen, and we have a wonderful little tradition here on the wrestling team… See for yourself…”

Logan stepped back and grinned at his buddies. I recognized the three guys he was with from previous videos.

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shrews12001 said...

I just noticed the high school is almost named for President Bartlet. Oh that is fantastic.

Alex said...

Thanks for your comment, shrews12001! Of course the school is named for President Bartlet - I can't believe I got the spelling wrong ALL THOSE YEARS! LOL! What does that say about my education? I guess that wouldn't have happened had I gone to Bartlet High... :-))

(Being the nerd that I am, I went through all the stories mentioning Bartlet High and corrected the spelling... It's correct now...)

shrews12001 said...

Well I did go down the rabbit hole on it. President Josiah Bartlet is a direct reference to a real person. When writing West Wing Sorkin changed the spelling while making the president a descendant of the actual Josiah Bartlett, governor of New Hampshire and a signatory of the Declaration of Independence. There is almost certainly a school somewhere actually named for Josiah Bartlett.

Alex said...

Ha! You are awesome! :-))