Chappie Chappie

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Genre: Erotica


Status: In Progress

Genre: Erotica

Chapter1 (v.1) - His Business Start

Chapter Content - ver.1

Submitted: October 25, 2016

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Chapter Content - ver.1

Submitted: October 25, 2016



Chapman Pierce was called Chappie as far back as his earliest memory. He started his manufacturing company from his garage a little over ten years before this story. It all started the day he met his secretary, Sylvia. He went to a deli down the street from his job at that time, a furniture manufacturing company. It was a quick easy walk and a pleasant day. He carried his order outdoors to the only seating there and after looking around twice, and saw no empty seats. He spotted a woman seated by herself at a table for two. “Hello. May I sit here, Miss? There doesn't seem to be any other chairs available.”

“Of course, My name's Sylvia Thompson.”

“I'm Chappie Pierce.”

“Is that a nickname or something?”

“My given name is Chapman.”

“How unusual a given name. I've never known anyone named Chapman.”

“What's your story today, Sylvia? I see you've got some handouts in front of you.”

“I have been in seminars all day for job hunting. I knew nearly everything they had to offer. I'm thinking of giving up in my job search. I don't need a job. My husband makes enough for us, but I'm kinda bored with the kids married and out of the house.”

“I wish I could help. I'm thinking of starting my own company. I've applied for a small business loan but haven't heard yet. I work for a furniture manufacturing company and I've seen a market that my company steadfastly refuses even to look at and I think I could fill it.”

“What's it your idea?”

He told her of it in some detail.

“I think that will work out fine. My husband's here and I have to go. I'd be interested to know how it goes. If you have something to write on, I'll give you my number.

He pulled out his ever present small notebook and they exchanged numbers.

“See ya', Chappie!”

“Nice to meet you, Sylvia.”

Two days later, he was checking his mail after another dreaded day at work. It was so bad, he wanted to quit. His cruder fellow employees were cruder than usual and the boss would not do anything about their sexist remarks. 'I warned them.' he thought.

He called Sylvia. “Sylvia, This is Chappie Pierce. I got my loan today!”

“Great! When is the start-up day?”

“I'm going to quit my job Friday and start first thing Monday. Are you still looking for a job? If this takes off like we talked about, I'll need some help. Interested? I can pay you now.”

“Yes. I only need a part-time thing.”

“That's fine with me.”

“Monday morning at eight?”

“Great. I'll be ready for you.”


“1524 Sycamore in my garage.”

“Okay. Got it. See ya' then, Boss.”

She was there with news that she had told her husband and kids and they thought it was a good idea, too. She took their first two orders that day, two consignment orders. The orders started coming in and the company began to grow and grow beyond their wildest hopes.

After a nearly three and a half years, he heard of an old six-story, brick building the city had planned for demolition. He bought it for a song and restored it with the help of his 100+ employees. They had the first two floors and rented the rest to other businesses. He even could treat himself to a week's vacation in Mexico or the Caribbean by the tenth year.

On the day of the tenth anniversary of the company, he said to Sylvia, “I've got something for you to see, Sylvia.”

“What's that?”

“Here. It's the calendar you marked on our first day. It's been ten years.”

“I told you your ideas would work. See?”

“Why don't you hang that in your office? You've been here since the beginning.”

“I'd consider it an honor. I'll do that after I answer the phone.” From her office, she called to him, “The flowers are beautiful, Chappie. Thank you.”

“You're welcome. If anyone deserves them, its you.”

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