Being Good

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iUniverse, 2004 - Fiction - 168 pages
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Schoolgirls, Strippers and Secretaries.

Slav O Se has girl trouble. He should. He's an unrepentant lothario, a teacher at a girls' high school, and he has four sisters. In Being Good, an altercation at a strip club jeopardizes Slav's beloved job. Hounded by an ambitious, disgusting interim headmaster, Slav should take stock of his lifestyle. Unfortunately, Slav doesn't always do as he should. Instead he dates the school secretary, befriends a young stripper, and trolls grocery store aisles looking for future ex-girlfriends. The resulting fiasco pushes Slav to the brink both of being good and being bad.

Tim's Funeral, a short story included here, takes place four years earlier. In it, Slav must come to terms with a great tragedy: his best friend's wedding. A drunken recollection of Slav's own carnal adventures, the story is funny and touching in its own perverted way.

Each story is a window into the candid thoughts of single men in their late twenties. Hilariously depraved and irresistibly bastardly, Slav O Se is a scourge to tight-asses and a champion of loose women.

But is he good?


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