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High School Boy Teaches Gymnastics to Junior High Girls

PotomacBob

A story I read some time back. IIRC, this teaching of gymnastics was only a small part in a long story. I believe his younger sister may have been among the girls he taught.

Replies:   Grant  Jim S  sejintenej
Grant

@PotomacBob

One of the stories in The Trailer park series by Wizard.

It looks as though the Trailer Park & Wynter series have been combined.
https://storiesonline.net/universe/472/wynter-trailer-park

Replies:   PotomacBob
PotomacBob

@Grant

Tbanks - I'll check it out.

lorrainedalby_1

Hindsight book 4 has MC teaching schoolgirls basketball,as part of a larger story.

Jim S

@PotomacBob

IIRC

Please don't take this as criticism but I honestly don't know what this means. So I go to the internet (popped it into the Bing search engine) and found that it has seven definitions. I can see how two might apply. So I ask, what are you trying to say?

BTW the seven defintions are:

IIRC If I Read Correctly
IIRC If I Recall/Remember Correctly
IIRC If I Really Cared
IIRC If I Recollect Correctly
IIRC If It Really Counts
IIRC In Internet Relay Chat
IIRC Isn't It Really Cool

Replies:   Keet
Keet

@Jim S

IIRC If I Read Correctly
IIRC If I Recall/Remember Correctly
IIRC If I Really Cared
IIRC If I Recollect Correctly
IIRC If It Really Counts
IIRC In Internet Relay Chat
IIRC Isn't It Really Cool

IIRC it is always used as "If I Recall Correctly" in blogs/forums.

sejintenej

@PotomacBob

There is another one - a young American in Tokyo meets and eventually starts teaching some young female gymnasts and beds one of them. Read it here ages ago and don't remember much more about it

Replies:   Dicrostonyx
Dicrostonyx
Updated:

@sejintenej

I can think of two stories about an American teacher in Japan, but neither is on SOL. I'm not certain if either involves a gymnast, either.

The first was Year Away in Japan by Don Gordon, circa 2002, about an English teacher who takes a job in Japan and falls for a student.

That story apparently inspired Ken Maeda to write Japan Camp Counselors, allegedly based on a true incident, and a young Japanese-American (born in US to immigrant parents) going to Japan for a summer job.

The copies I have are raw text files from ASSTR and both are incomplete at 12 parts (they may be complete somewhere, I just haven't gone looking).

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