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Ben picked up his acoustic guitar and looked at all the children around the camp fire. "This song," he announced "is about worms."
"Ewwww" the children screamed and Ben chuckled.
"Do you want me to tune it for you?" Marsha asked. Ben nodded and unzipped his pants.
"Shouldn't we wait for Tim?" asked Steven
"I don't think Timmy's coming back," Ben said softly and then winked at each child.

Date Written: March 22, 2005
Author: Klause Muppet
Average Vote: 4

Comments:
03/29/2005 Partytime (4): You succint sick fuck.
03/29/2005 Will Disney: seems like this guy may be up to no good.
03/29/2005 Dick Vomit: That little girl is tuning his cock??!
03/29/2005 Mr. Pony: She's offering to tune his guitar, right before he starts a song. This strikes me as rude!
03/29/2005 Litcube: Dude should tune before he gets to the camp fire. If you catch my meaning.
03/29/2005 anonymous: Do you know a lot about acoustic guitars, Litcube?
03/29/2005 Litcube: I know some things, author!
03/29/2005 Ewan Snow: I'd say Litcube knows a great deal about acoustic guitar!
03/29/2005 anonymous: Thanks Ewan Snow. That was most enjoyable. Litcube sure is clever. Say Litcube, do you know how to tune an acoustic guitar?
03/29/2005 Litcube: Do you want me to tune it for you?
03/29/2005 Ewan Snow: Author, I think Litcube was, like, joking with his original comment.
03/29/2005 Klause Muppet: Now Dick, do you think Marsha is really going to tune his cock or that perhaps those two events are just unrelated and inappropriately paired? Shame on you Author, shame on you!
03/29/2005 anonymous: Litcube, I often fantasize about you tuning my cock, so your invitation to do such sends my blood boiling. I will accept your offer. And by cock, I mean acoustic guitar.
03/29/2005 Ewan Snow (4): points for brevity
03/29/2005 Litcube: Yes. Brevity. So in these fantasies, am I well strung? (!)
03/29/2005 Litcube (4):
03/29/2005 Litcube: I'm one beer away from buying this.
03/29/2005 Klause Muppet: You should totally do it, dude! Don't you have 2 or just the one you've had forever?
03/29/2005 Litcube: Three!
03/29/2005 Le Pinson: 'Allo, brohzair Leetcube! Tell me sen, what 'as 'appen to ze peekchuar you 'ave once posted, ze one wis ze peenk 'at? Ah cannat fahnd eet!
03/29/2005 Litcube: Le Pinson! Good to see you back! The Man In The Pink Hat was posted via a link to my FTP site. My IP has since changed thus rendering the link obsolete. I wish we could go back through comments and make updates. Since then however, Will, with the grace of God, has allowed me access to coveted FTP space. Bless Will! Also, why were you looking for the Man In The Pink Hat?
03/29/2005 Le Pinson: Ah...Ah woood raszair not say...Eet ees; eh, eh leetel beet ahmbarrasseeng. Ah waz...as well, seenking abowt yahr weenair.
03/29/2005 Klause Muppet: What the hell man?!
03/29/2005 Partytime: Litcube, Weird thing is, I just bought that model Larrivee from a guy named Martin Gibson. No joke.
03/29/2005 Litcube: You bought that exact model? Was it the Dreadnought version? (Apologies author).
03/29/2005 Partytime: Yep. With great low-end resonance and a bridge set up that gives it nearly true intonation. Hey, it's a rough and tumble folk rock piglet. Its so unassuming-yet-lethal that is makes a great campfire molestation lure. I give it 4.3 stars.
03/29/2005 Litcube: That cuts it. I'm picking it up tommorow.
03/30/2005 John Slocum (4): 4 winks for you!
03/30/2005 Litcube: Guess what I just bought.
03/31/2005 Templeton Dink (4):