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The style of humor takes a little getting used to, probably because as 'grown-ups' we no longer participate in, or even stumble across situations like these, and we have to get over being adults before we can let down our hair and admit that we find humor in such puerile stunts. I actually downloaded these stories individually, as they were available for free.
The first one I read didn't really strike me as particularly funny, but it was enough to get me to download another, and another, etc. Each reading struck me as being funnier than its preceding story, but I honestly think that was a reflection of my own mental slide to more puerile days. Once they were assembled as a complete book, several additional, previously unavailable tales were included, making it necessary for me to download the collection.
This book should be enjoyed by just about everybody who doesn't take himself too seriously. That's a real shame, too, because the people who take themselves too seriously are really the people who SHOULD read it, and lighten up a bit! I give this the full five stars, for originality, and for daring to go where "normal" adults would fear to tread. Plus, it was really funny. M K reviewed on on Dec. I loved the concept and much of the ludicrous humor it's really a shame that you don't see this kind of funny in most books , but it really was too outrageous at times, and I wasn't particularly keen on the abundance of sex-related dialogue.
Georgia reviewed on on Dec. There are sixteen tales in total, ranging from two serial killers debating which one of them should have the rights to a popular teen spot, the lament of the invisible boy or Bigfoot desperately wanting people to notice him, these stories are quirky and full of comedic moments. Terri Bogard seems to especially enjoy turning our views on their sides. An example would be with a witches' mother, whose worried her daughter doesn't dress enough like a "whore of Satan" and that she'll be uncorrupted at a normal high school. Something we can all relate to, right?
There are a lot of sexual references in pretty much every one of these stories, so if that's not for you I'm giving due warning. Personally, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I got a little laugh out of the creative names for characters, such as Johnny Heartthrob and Darla Sweetheart- the generic prom king and queen couple, Cleats Longshot as the quarterback or Snaps Viewfinder- the captain of the yearbook committee. Some of the stories intertwine, while still being consistent and it's fun to see how some of the characters from previous stories turn out in later ones or are viewed by other people.
Each tale has its own cover illustration courtesy of Andi Bogard and a few stories are written by guest writers including one by Andi Bogard himself. This collection is funny, has some interesting alternate takes on reality and goes out of its way to be so stereotypically "high school" that you can't help but enjoy it.
There are some interesting takes on urban legends that are not to be missed. Disclaimer: I received this book from the author. This is not a sponsored review. Bob Pombrio reviewed on on Dec. Report this book. Your card information is secure even from their own employees because the systems never display the full card numbers, even on administration screens.
Shop Explore. Add to basket. Its a big, scary world out there, and the Monster High ghouls are ready to grab a hold with their claws. This Scare-Mester, theyre participating in a Monster Exchange program that will bring some new students in and send others abroad to learn about each others skull-tures. Heading overseas, Draculaura, daughter of Dracula, will take a bite out of Shibooya, Japan. She wears a fang-tastic outfit that monster-mashes skelements of her Asian destination with icons representing her vampire scaritage.
The kimono-inspired top and print skirt look freaky fabulous in her signature pink and black. To-die-for shoes with black bows , uhhhmazing accessories like a thick belt and fan hairpiece and a freaky fabulous travel bag with a bold, pink graphic complete the killer look. Draculaura doll also comes with a Skullette-shaped hairbrush, doll stand and diary documenting her most frightful travel thoughts and experiences. Not suitable for children under 36 months of age.
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After Smith leaves, Miia tries to seduce him, only to accidentally dislocate his shoulder. The two go on a field trip, including a visit to an all-species lingerie shop. Afterwards, they run into a racist couple who harass Miia, and Kimihito has to jump in the way when she tries to strike them with her tail, to keep her from breaking the law. Trying to escape from a curious crowd, they hide in a love hotel , where they are ambushed by the Interspecies Exchange Security Squad. However, Smith recognizes them and fixes the situation. Leaving the hotel, they encounter the couple, and when they begin harassing Miia again, Kimihito punches them.
At home, Miia resumes her advances on Kimihito, only for them to be interrupted by Smith. Kimihito is kidnapped by Papi , who brings him to a park, where he buys her ice cream. Papi then takes a bath in a public fountain, where Miia finds them. With various mishaps, the three work together to save a girl who was stuck in a tree. When a policeman arrives, Kimihito claims to be Papi's host family to keep her from being deported. The officer is skeptical, but Smith arrives with Papi's papers just in time, and tells Kimihito that she was on her way to make the harpy live with him, and Papi much to her delight joins the household.
While out grocery shopping, Kimihito collides with Centorea. She becomes convinced that Kimihito is her destined master. Encountering a motorcycle-riding purse-snatcher, the two pursue him. They eventually catch him, despite various embarrassing accidents. When the thief tries to attack Centorea with her dropped sword, Kimihito leaps in front of her and takes the blow, but survives due to the sword being a replica. Later, Smith explains that Kimihito riding Centorea could be viewed as akin to rape, since only a centaur's chosen master may ride them.
Centorea chooses him as her master, resulting in her joining his household. When Papi tries to seduce Kimihito during their bath, Centorea rescues him and they flee to the park where they share a tender moment. They are soon followed and interrupted by Miia and Papi, and the three begin fighting for Kimihito's affection.
Smith arrives with a tranquilizer gun to stop them, but accidentally shoots Kimihito instead. When he wakes up at home, the three are apologetic for the harm they have caused him, but he dismisses their worries. Smith then announces that there have been proposed changes to the Interspecies Exchange Bill, and she wants him to marry one of the girls as a test case. That night, Miia arrives in Kimihito's room and tries to seduce him, only to be interrupted by Papi, who crashes through the window.
Centorea arrives to rescue Kimihito from Papi and explains that the full moon is to blame their abnormal behavior since it heightens liminal emotions; however, it soon becomes clear that she is also affected. Kimihito realizes that they are not in control of themselves and he is in serious danger of being injured or killed through their amorous advances.
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Waking up the next morning, none of the three girls remember the events of the previous night. An injured Kimihito announces his plans to begin dating all three of them before collapsing unconscious on the floor. While waiting for dinner, Miia opens a pot on the stove and is attacked by a slime.
Centorea explains that slimes are one of many species as yet unrecognized by human society; the slime then attacks again, and when Centorea's sword has no effect, both she and Kimihito end up covered in slime. When he goes to take a bath, she joins him after being unable to get clean. She conjectures that the slime was attacking them to get water; it then attacks them again in the bath.
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When Centorea slips and is knocked unconscious, the slime takes the form of a woman and begins imitating Kimihito's washing of Cerea by washing him; due to her body being liquid, however, she absorbs and almost drowns him before he escapes by diluting her in the tub. They debate what to do with her, and Papi who seems to have immediately taken to the newcomer reveals that she has named her Suu. The girls point out that she is likely an illegal immigrant; Papi overhears this and, thinking they mean to turn Suu in, flees with her.
When Kimihito catches up with them, they meet up with a group of children who often play with Papi who at such times has sneaked out without Kimihito's knowledge. When one of the children is almost hit by a truck driven by the racist couple from the first episode, Suu saves her but falls off a bridge.
Luckily, Kimihito gets under her with the crashed truck before she falls in the water. After that, he decides to let her stay at his house. They go home, only to find Smith there. A construction crew from the Interspecies Exchange Security Squad arrives while the girls are making a plan to hide Suu from Smith. The girls sneak out with Suu, only to realize that they have left Kimihito behind.
They are forced to hide when security forces appear, seemingly pursuing them. Each of the three girls somehow get wet, causing them all to be assaulted by a dehydrated Suu. Meanwhile, Kimihito is searching for them when he is hit by a girl in a runaway wheelchair, who introduces herself as Mero. When they arrive at the park, Mero is almost assaulted by Suu, but Kimihito catches her in a plastic bag.
Arriving home, they thank Smith for building a room for Suu; however, she reveals that the room is not for Suu but for Mero, who is revealed to be a mermaid. Miia becomes jealous when her accidentally breaking Mero's wheelchair results in Kimihito having to carry the mermaid around the house.
She unsuccessfully attempts to enlist Centorea and Papi's help in foiling the mermaid. When Kimihito knocks Mero into the pool to save her from a once-again dehydrated Suu, Miia thinks Mero is making a romantic advance and dives in after them, almost drowning when the cold water makes her sluggish. Later, as Miia and Mero take a bath together, the mermaid reveals that she has no intention of attempting to woo Kimihito away from Miia; all mermaids want to experience a tragic love similar to " The Little Mermaid ".
Centorea and Papi overhear this and believe that the two are plotting. While trying to learn to cook, Miia accidentally burns her hands on a hot pot. Attempting to console her, Kimihito learns that she is shedding and can't do so properly with her hands bandaged. He agrees to help her shed; however, while attempting to shed the belly of her snake body, he accidentally touches a sensitive spot and she reflexively knocks him unconscious. To apologize, she makes him dinner which turns out to be inedible due to her not using a cookbook.
Later, when Kimihito comes home from shopping, Papi announces that she is going to lay an egg, causing the other girls to leap to conclusions before being told that it is unfertilized. Kasegi then arrives at the house, claiming to be shooting a documentary on interspecies exchange. While touring the house, he causes various incidents, such as filming Mero when her swimsuit slips, groping Centorea when she says she doesn't wear a bra and taking Miia's shed skin.
Mero then arrives to announce that Papi is about to lay her egg.
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While Kasegi is filming Kimihito helping Papi, Suu reads his mind, revealing his true intent of selling the egg and the footage. Kimihito distracts him with a store egg that he pretends is Papi's and uses the opportunity to punch him unconscious. Papi then lays her egg; later, Miia accidentally cooks it after Papi stores it in the refrigerator. At the end of the episode, Kasegi is seen berating an Arachne whom he is exploiting for building webs everywhere.
She then wraps him up in thread and states that she is interested in his story about Kimihito. After taking human hostages, they demand an increase in the amount of orc -related content appearing in erotic manga titles.
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Because of gaps in the provisions of the Interspecies Exchange Bill, the police are unable to act. Smith claims that she can resolve the situation. Using their sense of smell, the orcs detect a female agent attempting to infiltrate the building and shoot her. The chief of police admits that he needs Smith's help. Meanwhile, the orcs find another girl hiding inside the store. While they struggle with her, the blinds are ripped from the store windows, allowing long-range sniper Manako to shoot the orcs' guns from a distant rooftop. Tionishia then breaks in to release the hostages.
The agent who was shot earlier then reveals herself to be a zombie , Zombina , while the other hostage turns out to be Doppel , a shape-shifter. They subdue and arrest the orcs. Smith and the girls soon realize that Kimihito has been kidnapped by her. In a deserted warehouse, Kimihito wakes up bound and hanging upside-down. The Arachne introduces herself as Rachnera Arachnera and begins to torment him. She is surprised when he shows no signs of being repelled by her spider lower-half.
When Smith, the MON Squad, and the police arrive to arrest her, Kimihito mistakenly thinks they are there to arrest him for assaulting Kasegi, and Rachnera realizes that she likes him. With the situation resolved, Smith with some subtle prodding from Rachnera decides to transfer Rachnera into Kimihito's household. Rachnera settles in as a member of the Kurusu household; Miia and Cerea however, who don't trust her, are not so enthusiastic as Papi, Suu and Mero.
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Cerea begins to stick very close to Kimihito, protecting him from potentially embarrassing situations created by Rachnera. When Rachnera tries to seduce Kimihito in his bedroom, Cerea rescues him and flees with him into the city streets. The male from the racist couple and his gang begin harassing Kimihito and Cerea, but Rachnera makes a timely appearance and rescues the two. She then comes to an understanding with Cerea, and Cerea realizes that Rachnera can be trusted. Later, Kimihito comes down with a bad cold. Smith immediately puts him in quarantine in his bedroom and orders the other girls to keep away from him, fearing a possible pandemic.
She states that she will care for Kimihito an obvious ploy to ditch her mountain of paperwork , but almost immediately conks out. The girls decide to take matters into their own hands; realizing that Suu as a Slime is the only one who can come into contact with Kimihito without becoming sick, Miia, Papi, Cerea and Mero coach her in different ways of taking care of him each proving more disastrously lewd than the one before. With her telepathic ability, Suu learns that Kimihito caught his cold in a rain storm while out looking for her, and that he is tired, dehydrated, and his throat is hurting him.
Suu then proceeds to breastfeed Kimihito, which ultimately proves successful. Kimihito recovers completely, but Ms.