Learning To Be Good

Learning to be Good

Learning to be GoodWhen George has an affair, his wife decides that he needs closer supervision.

George has been very naughty! When his wife learns that he has taken a mistress, she employs Parkdale’s services to help George learn how to behave.

George finds himself inexplicably getting younger, increasingly dependent on his mistress, and increasingly aware that he’s the very last person in charge. After a humiliating trip to the supermarket, where he is dressed and treated like a little boy, George is determined to get his adult body back. But can he escape Parkdale’s infantilizing influence, before his wife returns to collect her utterly dependent, drooling baby boy?

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George starts to eat the yellow pudding. It’s vanilla flavor, and he dimly remembers that this was his favorite flavor of pudding when he was a child. His first taste is enough to let him know that he still likes it now. Perhaps it’s his ravenous hunger, or three year old taste buds, that he has to thank for that. Whatever the reason, it’s delicious, and before he knows it, the pudding is half-gone. He looks up to see Elaine with a big smile on her face.

‘Enjoying your pud, George?’ Elaine asks. George nods. ‘Yeah,’ he says softly. He dimly realises that his eyes aren’t quite working properly. Everything in the room seems so bright, but it doesn’t hurt, just sparkles. Yes, everything is sparkling. What’s more, his headache has gone, replaced by a strange feeling as if his head has been filled up with cotton. 

‘Your headache has disappeared, hasn’t it George.’ Elaine says. George forces his attention back to Elaine. ‘Uh-huh,’ he says. How did she know that? ‘I bet you’re feeling confused, George. I bet you’re not quite sure what’s going on.’ George looks nervously at Elaine. It was true, he couldn’t hide the fact that he was feeling slow.

‘Fact is,’ Elaine went on, ‘I’m much smarter than you. George, you need to listen to what I say, and you need to do whatever I tell you to do. Then everything will be okay.’…

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