Pokémon Go is already plenty erotic as is—particularly for those of us who are turned on by the relentless milking of a story across days of loosely related trend articles, squeezing every last drop from its nipples until they’re left aching and raw, ohhhhh god. Add in the illicit love affairs, the Pokémon-as-pickup strategy, and the inherent sexiness of gamers being forced into physical activity, and you have a nonstop anime-themed orgy the likes of which are rarely seen in, say, 45 percent of anime. We don’t really need Pokémon Go erotica, in other words. Which—as always—is where Dr. Chuck Tingle comes in.
The internet’s most furious one-handed scribbler of gay erotic short stories has returned with his latest “Tingler,” Pokebutt Go: Pounded By ’Em All, with Tingle once more capturing the zeitgeist like one of those little cartoon monster things that you’re supposed to … eat? Buy dumb little clothes for? You know, whatever it is you’re doing.
In Tingle’s world, of course, you’re meant to put them in your butt, erotically—long a recurring theme in his oeuvre, where everything and everyone from dinosaur lawyers to homosexual jet planes to Bernie Sanders-as-a-unicorn to the socioeconomic ramifications of Britain’s exit from the EU to Tingle’s own nomination for a Hugo Award exists solely to pound butts, as lustily and expediently as possible, for the economical price of $3 per download. Pokebutt Go is no exception.
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The story concerns a butt-having man named Torbit who joins the online game hoping to “capture a nearby Pokebutt within his own balls,” only to be confronted by a yellow Bigfoot named Peebaroo. In the grand tradition of Melville, Verne, or London, this encounter between man and beast quickly helps Torbit realize that “the only way to catch this majestic creature… is within the depths of his own butt,” which he then sets out plumb as rigorously as all other conceivable angles of this fad have been.
All told, Torbit’s is a moving tale of self-discovery that has all the hallmarks of a classic Tingler: an SEO-friendly topic; about 4,000 words; “anal, blowjobs, rough sex, cream pies, and digital monster love.” And it’s safe to say you’re unlikely to read another Pokemon-related story this risqué, unless you do approximately two seconds’ worth of googling.
Do you need an excerpt? Here’s an excerpt.
As you can see, Pokebutt Go isn’t just your run-of-the-mill, “man meets monster, monster ass-pounds man” potboiler. It also carries a subtextual social commentary on the worryingly addictive game that has left so many wandering about dazedly like, as Tingle writes, “the beginning of a terrifying zombie film.” Reading about a man getting sodomized by a cartoon is sexy, sure. But beneath the cheap titillation lies an important message about keeping your eyes open—and your butt.
[via The Daily Dot]