Welcome to another edition of the Misadventures in Stock Photography! Today weâ€™ll be catching up with Prison Stripes Guyâ€¦ AGAIN. Thanks to everyone who sent me links to covers! 🙂 And don’t forget that you can hover your cursor over the cover (or long-press on the cover if you’re mobile) to see how I used the title in the Misadventure.
for the day, as
in the canyon below him,
he’d met while
, then challenged to a
Only a leeeetle bit convoluted, right?! RIGHT??? 😉
“It was so nice when there weren’t any naughty boys last week. Alas, they have returned.” -Mayhem
8 thoughts on “Misadventures in Stock Photography: Part the 241st (The return of the return of the return of Prison Stripes Guy)”
Doesn’t make much sense, but he does make a cute jock. Glad to hear he’s well-endowed. LOL These things are important in porn.
The son of the wind one is too weird
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Those naughty boys should all be wearing prison stripes, right, May?
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Poor put-upon Princess Panther, having to share the spotlight with all those naughty boys!
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Dear Santa: Please see Misadventures in Stock Photography: Part the 241st (The return of the return of the return of Prison Stripes Guy) for my Xmas list.
I’d like a Haunted Mansion, a Good Deed Wolf and a Shadowy yet Well Mapped Redheaded Fox. Please bring us matching grey outfits – an Endurance Tee for Red, a Take It ALL Tank for me, and Prodigal hoodies for both of us.
One day we’ll go off to a Sensational woodland spot, where we’ll play Well Endowed Football while some Windy Wierdo turns our plaid picnic blanket into a tacky miniskirt so he can shed his prison stripes. Please also bring something really wonderful for Chris, she deserves the very best!
Woohoo, I didn’t know he’d be in a misadventure so soon after release. 😀
I only come here to see you, Mayhem.
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The Son of the Wind cover is confusing and disturbing.
May is neither confusing nor disturbing, just lovely instead.