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What's your favorite way to be raped?
"Really? I don't - well, okay... so you're walking down the street, not dark scary. A guy comes up, asks for a cig. It's your last, you say no. Then ether. You wake up in a room. It's all red. There's, like, ten guys and they all take turns eating you out. Just when you think you can't take it anymore, they all take turns fucking you. Then they give you the ether again. When you wake up, you're back on the same corner with a brand new pack of cigs."
"Now your turn."
Date Written: July 20, 2004Comments:
Average Vote: 3.3333
07/26/2004 Benny Maniacs (3): I like the sensation of being eaten out, but I think the truth or dare angle landed a little flat. 3.25
07/26/2004 qualcomm: the first sentence is a real treat, the whole idea of someone having a favorite way to be raped. the truth or dare bit ruined it.
07/26/2004 anonymous: The first sentence is the "truth" question. This short stems from playing a board game version of "truth or dare" wherein some of the words are altered to make the results more interesting. The idea here is that, when prompted, the woman comes back with an answer for the rape question. Not only does she give in to the response but she gets caught up in the feeling of it, unaware of herself. The responsibility of posing the "dare" snaps her back into reality.
07/26/2004 scoop (4): Whatever. It still ruined it. However the first line deserves to be rewarded.
07/26/2004 Mr. Pony: Board game version?
07/26/2004 Will Disney (3): i thought it was a pretty good stab at things. 3.5
07/26/2004 anonymous: It's not exactly a "board game" but I didn't bother to explain. There is a "Truth or Dare Jenga" at a local bar we frequent. It's quite fun after a few beers.
07/26/2004 Mr. Pony: The expansion and leverage potential of the Jenga brand is nearly infinite.
07/26/2004 anonymous: It seems so. We have certainly played our part.
07/26/2004 anonymous: Note: being "original" doesn't always necessitate being "un-original" and being un-original isn't always the goal. An unusual thought blended with a common experience, that's it.