Pokebutt Go: Pounded By ‘Em All by CHuck Tingle: Review

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Torbit is worried. After witnessing a slew of dazed roaming men and women buried in their phones, he’s beginning to think that this might be the start of a terrifying zombie film. Upon further investigation, however, Torbit realizes that they are all playing a hot new mobile game, Pokebutt Go.

Curious to see what all of the fuss is about, Torbit plugs in and sets out to capture a nearby Pokebutt within his own balls, but when he arrives at the location of this rare beast, Torbit suddenly realizes that he might have bitten off more than he can chew.

Now face-to-face with a handsome yellow bigfoot named Peebaroo, who sports a zig-zag tail, Torbit realizes that the only way to catch this majestic creature… is within the depths of his own butt.

I laughed pretty hard when my co-blogger first showed me this short story, the titles to Chuck Tingle’s stories and the fact that they even exist really amuse me. So when she jokingly (I’m assuming it was a joke, but you never know) asked me if I would review this if it was given to me I think I was pretty quick to say yes. I was originally going to rave about this book, give it the best review I’ve ever given a book. I was going to compare it to some of the greatest books of all time. I just can’t bring myself to do it.

The story may have been atrociously bad, full of spelling errors, punctuation, and bad grammar, but I still found it pretty funny. I don’t know if it was the ridiculous plot or the fact that I was even reading an erotic gay Pokemon parody, but I laughed the entire way through.

While the story may be only 4000 words long, fans of Tingle’s works will be happy to know that there is a bonus story included with the ebook of Pokebutt Go.

Oh, and Rebecca, that’s the last time I let you convince me to read gay erotica for the blog.

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Shane firmly believes it is nearly impossible to have too much to read, which may be why every surface in his house is covered in books and magazines. He has been known to buy multiple copies of his favorite books to read or give away to friends and neighbors in an attempt to spread his love of reading. He once had a very active life until the day he started reviewing books, and nowadays he isn't too sure he remembers what sunlight is.

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      • JJ sherwood

        So seeing that you said it was only 4k words I was like “what the hell” because curiousity is greater than sense…

        And oh how I wish it wasn’t. If you have any extra eye bleach, send it my way. I don’t know if I should laugh or cry.

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