The sun stood high. The shadow from the parasol and the sunglasses gave the perfect hiding place. Tits and booties all over. Johnny laid back and enjoyed. Finally a day off. He closed his eyes, breath in the fresh sea air.
“Can you please help me put some sun block on my back?” the beautiful woman by his side said.
“Sure,” he answered, started smearing it out.
“A bit lower down, please… Lower… lower… mmmmmmhh… (more)
Father Miguel walked through the church. His church, it had been for years now.
He heard the rumbling again. From underneath somewhere, deep down. The first time he had thought it was an earthquake, but no one had noticed anything outside the church. It was under him, straight down. It worried him.
Another rumble. Stronger this time, the walls shook, a candle fell on the floor. Could it be… the Devil? Was he coming for him? God knew he had sinned, horrible sins hard to forgive. He had become a priest to control his urges, but it had only made it worse. Now he was surrounded by them every day, so cute and innocent.
The shaking increased. The walls shook, the floor, everything. He backed up towards the door. A crack opened in the floor.
A giant hand broke through… (more)
Mildred was late for work again. He ran down the escalator stairs, down the tunnel. Rounding a corner a woman bumped into him at high speed, knocked him over.
-Hey, what the…
-Run! Get out of here! She screamed, and kept running.
He turned around. A monster came crawling up the tunnel towards him. It moved like a pulp, hissing with its round mouth. He started crawling backwards, trying to get away. A tentacle came shooting out… (more)
“Welcome to hell!” The Devil had a big smile on his face. “We’re going to get to know each other very, very well.”
John wasn’t sure he wanted to. He’d heard about this guy, and he didn’t like what he’d heard.
“Could I please go to the bathroom?” he asked, looking for some kind of escape if even just for a moment.
“There is no bathroom!” He laughed and laughed, echoing through the halls.
It always… (more)
“We have to stop meeting like this,” the swordhands warrior said to the mantis priestess. “If the dark lords find out, we’re doomed.”
“I know… I’m so sorry.”
“Me to, my love. Goodbye.”
They parted ways with heavy heart that night. One day interspecies love would be accepted in this world, but they would be long gone by then.
The warrior was sad, so sad…
Larket held his hand out towards the giant in front of him.
“Stop!” he said. “Don’t come any closer!”
Someone tapped him on the shoulder. He jumped.
“Let him in”, the tree beside him said. It had a face. Hands and fingers were branches growing wildly.
The squirrel stared up against him. It had a judging look on its face, like it had something nasty to say. The rabbits laughed a wicked laugh.
“You…” the giant said. “You have broken our rules…