This is going to be one messed up kingdom. Great work faeries!
Well, technically, this is the Wizard’s work, right?
Yup! Plus it was the prince who added the potion to the drink.
A wizard did it! LOL!
I meant all around. The wizard wouldn’t have done IT if a faery wasn’t feeling mischivious. It’s like a tiny pebble that causes a rock slide.
Well, it is the wizard’s, the prince’s, and the ‘helpful captions’s fault, in this case. Lol
Oh, gross… o_o
Really? Yet it’s not the first time BF swings in that direction… Gotta have a lil’ something for our female readers, y’know?
Amen! keep it comein!
Though I am no connoisseur of ‘wood’, that isn’t what I was talking about. It was more the notion of springing a surprise penis on a woman — that and a mutant second tallywhacker on a man who is of an age where he needs to be careful about how surprised he gets.
Oooh, now I get it… Sorry for the misunderstanding.
I think the kink behind this (for a number of us “wood-owners” anyway) is the “what would women do if they had one?” hypothesis. I mean, I swear, these things have a mind of their own, and they feel pretty good to fool around with. And while they aren’t in the driver’s seat of our individual libido, they’re really the driving stick (okay, maybe I’m pushing the analogy a bit too far). But you get the idea. So the idea of a woman “stuck” with a surprise penis can be kinda… well, sexy.
Sort of a “Oh yeah? Let’s see YOU deal with that thing getting hard all the time!” scenario.
Mind you, I don’t find “tallywhackers” attractive myself, but a chick who suddenly and unexpectly grows one (and has to deal with it) can be hot.
Maybe that’s just me…
Rather than driving sticks, they might be more like pressure gauges…
The concept might be… amusing, but surprise-springing male wedding tackle on someone, especially when it’s at full mast, seems a little nasty. ^^; At best, I think such stories could make me laugh, I doubt I’d find them sexy. And even if the story did make me laugh, I think my initial reaction to the event would always be to cringe with sympathy for the woman who just had the surprise sprung on her.
> what would women do if they had one?
Most likely be disappointed since, according to most studies, the clitoris has twice as many erotogenic nerve endings as the penis and way more densely packed.
> the idea of a woman “stuck” with a surprise penis can be kinda… well, sexy.
> a chick who suddenly and unexpectly grows one (and has to deal with it) can be hot.
> Maybe that’s just me…
Didn’t know you were a futa person, Jaycee.
Wouldn’t say I’m one particular thing. I think sex is fun, and can be funny, once you discard your religious upbringing. I wouldn’t say futa is one of my preferences, but I can see how some futa pictures can be interesting.
this trope has been around for a very long while its called Futanari go look it up. there are artists who do nothigng but Futa, using superheroines,anime characters, all types of females with “sudden” additions.
Shouldn’t there be 3 sp0rings?
oh lovely we appear to be heading into futa territory now.
…said the actress to the bishop.
Well it IS a potion of Virility +1 – The caption didn’t say +1 WHAT!
Be glad it wasn’t +5, we’d start looking like a Tentacle Hentai.
Haha, hysterical! Let’s face it the caption was probably the work of faeries, so I’m blaming this on the faeries regardless of if the wizard concocted it or not!
In the end, you’re prolly right: always blame the faerie!
Its like Murphy’s law, but with magic.
“If something can go horribly horribly wrong, it will and ultimately a faerie is aways the cause.”
“Mess veet magic, and things veel go faerie faerie wrong.” (Said with a strong German accent.)
its not a question of who is at fault… its a question of who gets blamed for it.
I think with the faeries around the wizard could easily deflect blame. If someone even bothers asking
Except faeries only reveal their presence to their chosen victims, and everyone knows the wizard is there…
But the fairy messed with enough of the royal family that knowledge OF her has spread.
The king even made an official request to a fairy expert to come help them.
I thought that was Heather, by means of the royal wizard.
So whats the point of this potion? Adain/Nadia found his twin guns a burden, and although I’m curious I don’t think I’d want a penis. Who was the potion for? people who’d had a terrible accident?
Just a reminder: http://www.bloomingfaeries.com/?p=2856.
I forgot all about it, nice.
Also explains the +1 in the name. I thought it was generic fantasy +1 but it actually meant +1 cock (vs, presumably, a +2, +3, +tentacles, etc version)
Good thing that prince Albert liberated the potion then. Aidan is not in the driving seat and I don’t think that Nadia would appreciate it.
Whatever the point of the potion (and I’m certainly willing to accept that it was just a failed attempt at something entirely different), it clearly isn’t going to do what the little prince had in mind. He may get some entertainment value out of the havoc that has ensued, but it’s not going to help him in his quest to restore the adulthood he briefly enjoyed.
Indeed not. The most this potion could do for him would be to turn him into a little mutant. Marie would probably feel pity for him at best, not desire.
If the two of them are bound by more than just lust, if they have actual affection for one another, then their best bet would be for them to wait for Albert to grow up naturally, while she imbibes occasional sips of a youthening potion. Not too much of it, just enough so they can eventually meet in the middle. And definitely not a potion with any faerie influence in it!
> So whats the point of this potion? Adain/Nadia found his twin guns a burden, and although I’m curious I don’t think I’d want a penis.
Since it is an *unstable* potion, it could satisfy your curiosity without any permanent changes.
> Who was the potion for? people who’d had a terrible accident?
Nadia, whom the wizard still thinks of as Aidan.
Well, the prince has some brains, who knew? Testing it out before taking it.
Hey, not everyone in BF is an idiot! Even Thane has moments of brilliance (or cleverness, at least).
Sir Thane may be a little dim but his heart is in the right place.
Which is more than I can say about the “clever” populace of the royal palace.
That’s just WRONG.
That was just one drop diluted in a drink. What would happen if you drank the whole thing by itself…?
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