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HIlarious satirical story
October 17, 2010
This book may start as a love story, when Praline, twenty year old, charming Southern gentleman (per the cover of the book) admires on his TV the reality TV actor Dave G. and decides to move to Hollywood to be his spouse. However one realizes pretty fast that this is a satire on all possible clichés from gay romances and also some ugly real life stereotypes when one reads how Praline's mommy reacts to his moving to California.
"As an upstanding Christian woman, Robin Palmetier refused to take the Lord's name in vain. "Praline, you cannot move to California! It is the most, sinful, most dangerous, most seductive place on this entire planet!"
And then, in order to avoid a full-on conniption, she lit a joint"
Mom taught Praline really well and we see through out his perilous journey how he tries to apply the Ten Commandments that he was taught. The Commandment number Seven sounded something like this for example:
"Always repay favor with a favor. Jason had saved his life and now it was time to repay him with sex."
I have not read a book that made me laugh so hard and shake my head so hard for quite some times. I chose the sentences below at random just to give you a glimpse at what this book is about. Oh yes, Praline gets to be prostitute by "accident", he even gets to experience BDSM sex, he even gets to be entertainment studio casting director.
" A true homosexual would never turn down sex. Megapastor at his mama's church had given many a sermon about the immoral, wanton, and promiscuous behavior of the gays. If the pastor had been wrong, well, Praline would be sorely disappointed.
"If you could have any career in the world what would it be?"
No one had asked this question since his life came into focus a few short days ago, and Praline was excited to talk about it. Even to someone like Jason, who only pretended to like him. "I want to be same sex celebrity spouse".
"Prostitution as a career choice had a fairly poor reputation".
" So we'll have a safe word, which you can use if it gets too intense," Warren explained . "Okay?"
"All right, Praline said skeptically.
"What word do you want to use?"
Praline thought about it. He didn't want to choose anything that could easily be mistaken for "please keep doing that" so he said. "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious"
After an uncomfortable silence, Warren said, "I'm not sure that's quite the right mood."
"I am okay with it," Praline said, certain now that it was absolutely the right word.
Without warning, Warren cracked the whip right above Praline's butt. The boy jumped and giggled nervously.
The book is very well written, as I said above writer actually writes a love story, or I guess he compiles a story from so many clichés that I have read before and does it in such hilarious way.
Oh and did I mention that he meets a really nice man and gets happy ending with him? Oh and for once this young man has *short* (but thick) cock, LOL. Imagine that. This is probably the most unique part of this story, because I am yet to read about a hero who happens to have short or at least average equipment.