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Candy is turning 18 today. And that means she's ready to loose her virginity! But who will the lucky person be that gets to enjoy Candy's young, delicious body for the first time? Candy thinks about this and it leads to a solo scene with a daydream of the man of her dreams, Rod Piper, the basketball lead.

Coming down for breakfast, her parents tell of the first time they met and we are treated to a flashback romp of when they first met. He was an executive and she was interviewing for a job as Secretary. Guess how she got the job?

She then goes to her friend's house before school. There, her friends Coffee and Lydia are getting ready. When Lydia's boyfriend, Don, shows up, the three of them take a little longer to get ready as they refresh for their biology test.

Once at school, Candy tries to make contact with Rod. No luck, But an accident in the lunch room in a crazy scheme to get to him lands her in the Vice-Principals office. Vice Principle Miss Deminor, tells candy she's in big trouble and begins with a spanking which leads to an oral apology...

Finally, She let's Rod know of her intentions. They are to meet in the locker room. But Rod runs in to the head of the cheerleader squad, Amanda Humper, and they get it on. Candy shows up and is heart broken. She runs off crying.

Sad and not sure what to do, she is discovered by Coach Johnson, an older, but very good looking guy. He tries to console her and after explaining how he knows what it's like to be lonely since his wife died. Candy and the coach decide to help each other out in many, many ways.


from The Score​-​Off Scores, released January 30, 2009


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