When Honch sees what he thinks is a unicorn using the human restroom at a local diner, he’s immediately sent into a belligerent state of bigoted rage, culminating in a massive heart attack that leaves him flat on his face.
Fortunately, Kipper, a man who was born as a unicorn, is there to help, saving Honch’s life despite their differences. Suddenly, a dialog is opened between Kipper and the angry, self-hating Honch, who eventually learns the error of his ways.
But when Kipper leaves, Honch finds his irrational fear-of-a-unicorn-in-the-human-restroom manifested as a handsome sign that won’t go quietly. Soon enough, Honch is overcoming his extremist fears… by taking them in his butt!
This erotic tale is 4,200 words of sizzling human on gay sentient emotional response action, including anal, blowjobs, rough sex, cream pies, facials, voyeurism and living restroom sign love.
- Title: Pounded In The Butt By My Irrational Bigoted Fear Of Humans Who Were Born As Unicorns Using A Human Restroom
- Author: Chuck Tingle
- Type of Book: eBook, Erotica, satire
- Pages: 34
- ASIN: B01F4NVWMC
Sharp satire but kind of ridiculous.
This is one of the strangest things I've read in a long time, but I enjoyed the satire. The real-life issue of transgender people using public restrooms is just as ridiculous as the premise of this story and Chuck Tingle brings it to light in a ridiculous manner.
The book came with a bonus story--Pounded in the Butt by My Book "Pounded in the Butt by My Own Butt." I wish it hadn't. The joke wasn't as funny the second time around. It devalued the author's message, making him seem like a one-trick pony. His list of other titles supports that opinion. Despite the sharp satire, I will probably not read any other Chuck Tingle stories. I did enjoy this one, though, and other readers might as well.
*Reviewers note: I gave this five stars on Amazon because I enjoyed the story. I could not, in good conscience, rate this as high-quality erotica alongside the other excellent erotica on this site.
"Did you see what just happened?" I scream. "That unicorn just walked into the human's restroom."
The waitress just continues to stare at me blankly for a while and then finally shrugs. "So?"
"So... what if someone was in there?" I shriek, completely loosing my cool. "What if I was in there and someone starting thinking I was into unicorns? Or what if I got his sparkling magic dust on me? What then?"
"I think you'd be fine," the woman remarks. "You'll live."
The audacity of her comments sends my blood pressure skyrocketing. This young woman clearly has no idea the crisis that our nation is facing, and her complete disregard for concern is impossible to come to terms with.