Toys not meants for children

April 22, 2007

 

“But we were only playing”

said a boy with crimson hands

a heart held loose between them

 

“We just wanted to see”

what this thing could become

but once free it stopped beating

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26 Responses to “Toys not meants for children”

  1. max Says:

    There are better places to put your hands.

  2. Anita Marie Says:

    Max- most of the time I agree with you, but these dainty little Distal Phalanges have poked at internal organs before and it IS pretty cool.

    amm

  3. max Says:

    Anita I love and adore you and if you do any more unfortunate phalange encouragement still I will be forced to do violent things to you.

    Hands. Other places. Now. Think romance. Not bodies.

  4. w0rmwood Says:

    “Hands. Other places. Now. Think romance. Not bodies.”

    You say that like romance and bodies are mutually exclusive…

  5. max Says:

    Anita has worked odd places. “Body” means something else to her.

  6. max Says:

    Say, do Canadians wear blue jeans, or is that a Stripes thing?

  7. Anita Marie Says:

    Max…you silly goose …’The Deceased ‘… we called them The Deceased’.

    And for you I shall refrain from phalange encouragement-
    Wow, I may never participate in my old trade again. How on earth will I be able to walk into a C.U. and NOT see the words ‘unfortunate phalange encouragement’ written all over the walls?

    PS Canadians do wear jeans- they ship them up by Ice Cutters and then run them into the villages by dog sleds…it’s true, I saw it in a movie.

    amm

  8. max Says:

    Oops. Sorry. The “deceased.”

  9. baredfeetandteeth Says:

    So..were you the boy with the bloody hands or the corpse to which the heart belonged?


  10. “So..were you the boy with the bloody hands or the corpse to which the heart belonged”

    I’ve been both, though there tends to be substantial bleed over between the two regardless. In this particular case: It’s just a poem.

  11. w0rmwood Says:

    “Anita has worked odd places. “Body” means something else to her.”

    You say “that” like romance and ‘the deceased’ are mutually exclusive…


  12. Suddenly the broader connotations of the wormwood appellation are coming to light.

  13. max Says:

    “You say “that” like romance and ‘the deceased’ are mutually exclusive…”

    The men left shattered in my wake are mostly still breathing….

  14. Stiletto Says:

    I would have crushed it before it had a chance to cease beating.

  15. Stiletto Says:

    Oh hell, that’s not true. Why waste it? I bet it has a lot of protein.

  16. max Says:

    Wow. I am surrounded by Aztecs today. All this gold and blood.

  17. max Says:

    I like that story. But I like all Valliant’s stories.

  18. Stiletto Says:

    That story made me blush.

  19. Stiletto Says:

    I swear I think I dreamt about that story last night.

  20. Stiletto Says:

    Minus the good parts though.

  21. max Says:

    I alternate between favorite lines “God damn you, Mendoza. I’ll fuck you back to the stone age,” and “Don’t make it so complicated this time, there is no need for back-story.”

  22. w0rmwood Says:

    the story is gold, so its hard to pick my favorite part…

    but, who hasnt gotten a little carried away now and again:

    “Yeah, it’s a whole magic kingdom with elves and shit that live on it… and my balls are like this sacred grove where they frolic… yeah I bet you can feel those elves tickling your ass.”

  23. max Says:

    Oh well sure that could happen to anybody.

    [security!]


  24. I’m glad the Aztec story is getting some love. Great pornography is so rarely appreciated in it’s own time.

    “I swear I think I dreamt about that story last night.”

    Damn those filthy gang banging elves. Why must you plauge our readership.

    “I like that story. But I like all Valliant’s stories.”

    Thank you Maximillan.
    And “God damn you, Mendoza. I’ll fuck you back to the stone age” is my favorite line too.

  25. max Says:

    You may use that one on me.


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