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“Oh—Oh…” the man in his early thirties breathed, releasing his feces into his Dilbert boxer shorts with some relief. Still, despite the flat smile he affected—a perfect simulation of infant’s across the room—he failed to win the attention of his female peers. They surrounded his adversary, cooing in harmony. Small wonder,for the baby was a far superior conversationalist. No matter, at least now he had something to keep him warm for a time.

Date Written: December 08, 2003
Author: Jimson S. Sorghum
Average Vote: 4.1667

12/15/2003 anonymous (5):
12/15/2003 anonymous (1):
12/15/2003 Jon Matza: this is an outrage!
12/15/2003 Phony Millions: I like it - Jimson's typically cool tone as she explores a subject we've hovered around in some shorts but never approached directly: infantilism.
12/16/2003 Jon Matza (5): Further reflections: 1. The attention-hungry, self-promoting infant is one of the least sympathetic characters in recent short memory. I congratulate Jimson for creating such an insufferable and revolting villain. 2. I identified with the Dilbert boxer shorts-wearing hero strongly. He's one of those characters you feel you "know", the same way you can't help but feel close to the Friends gang.
12/16/2003 Benny Maniacs (4): Very solid stuff. Hot, even. Dare I say - cathartic?
05/22/2004 TheBuyer (5): It's always so cute when the baby does it, I hate that.
11/1/2004 Streifenbeuteldachs (5): I enjoyed the description of fresh feces lending warmth. It's something I thought I was the only one to think, and I felt validated to see it in print.