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I have a feeling that he starts his sentences over during normal conversation, kind of a cross between I forgot what I’m saying and revision (but probably says it the same when he does)

He’s not over 6 feet tall

His first name may be Phil, Bill or Bob

He may be (or have been) a coach but it’s for a secondary school activity, like volleyball or golf

He’s easy to pull gags on, particularly by students

He loses pens a lot

He leans his torso forward when he walks, or possibly only when he walks fast

He walks like a cross between a down syndrome kid and a smart gorilla

He actually tries once in a while to identify with your age group, but winds up identifying with the music/movies/or pop culture items of 2 to 3 years ago, or those of 13 year olds (though this one probably applies to most male teachers in his age group)

I really would have guess pickup truck, not only that, but it’s probably at least a few years old, and is likely paid for.

It’s either light blue if it’s a 88 forward style truck, or some shade of brown if it’s 87 and before.

He typically wears cheap white tennis shoes, or brown casual shoes

He matches it with a very worn brown belt

If he has a daughter, she drives a sports car or a ‘cute convertible’ type car, and is his ‘princess’

If he has a son or sons, they played sports in high school and even likely college

He married a brunette

He is semi-active in school ativities (IE he volunteers for chapparone activities, or is often found at the tables and booths at larger activities)

His checkbook is kept in the blue or green ‘freebie’ checkbook holder, and are printed either on the standard blue-ish check stock, or on a relaxation type pattern that his wife picked out

He has ‘his chair’ at home, and it’s probably a velour recliner, but it’s not a lazyboy

His prescription hasn’t changed in a notable number of years

He calls the thing he keeps his money in a “billfold” rather than a “wallet”

He talks slightly slower than average, but it’s more of a cautious speech pattern than it is dumber than average

He may be very forgetful