Bi-Curious George: An Unauthorized Parody

Bi-Curious George: An Unauthorized Parody

Andrew Simonian

Language: English

Pages: 64

ISBN: 1604332832

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Bi-Curious George: An Unauthorized Parody

Andrew Simonian

Language: English

Pages: 64

ISBN: 1604332832

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


A hilarious illustrated book in the growing gay and bi-curious market. A total original.

"George was a straight little monkey but always very... curious. One day George saw a man. He had on a sassy purple beret. And George got excited, despite himself."

And so begins the saga of Bi-Curious George. People of all ages and predilections will love this hilariously clever parody of one of the most beloved classic children's books of all time.

Just don't read it to your kids.

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be with THIS guy,” thought George. “That would be just embarrassing.” George outsmarted the watchman and escaped! Back out in the West Village George saw a couple of guys buy something from a man on a street corner. Whatever it was made them VERY happy. George was curious. He felt he MUST have one too. He reached over and tried to swipe one for himself, but--- Instead of one tab, he accidentally took them all! “I’m going to kill you, you fucking gay monkey!” cried the drug

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“Seaman,” George giggled between his dry heaves. At last they saw him trying to make himself puke, and almost all tired out. “He’s on his knees!” cried one sailor. “But not in a good way!” cried another. They picked him up. One held his hair, while the other rubbed his back. “Best! Night! Ever!” thought George through all his tears and snot. And at last he got it all out of his system. At last, the long trip was over. “That was the gayest cruise in history,” thought George. “You

“Seaman,” George giggled between his dry heaves. At last they saw him trying to make himself puke, and almost all tired out. “He’s on his knees!” cried one sailor. “But not in a good way!” cried another. They picked him up. One held his hair, while the other rubbed his back. “Best! Night! Ever!” thought George through all his tears and snot. And at last he got it all out of his system. At last, the long trip was over. “That was the gayest cruise in history,” thought George. “You

morning George woke up alone and upset. But you just can’t stay angry with a man who wears the same purple outfit every day. The man telephoned The Zoo. “Whose list are you on?” they asked. “I’m with the DJ,” said the man with a confident wink and a smile. George was so turned on. But the man went away again. George was lonely. If the man could find gay love on the telephone, so could George. But who to call? George thought and thought. Then he started dialing.

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