May 3, 2009

Jason's Book Club selections for the summer


























This week, we'll be discussing The Big Book of Lesbian Horse Stories and on how many levels that title is redundant. Please join us!

Unfortunately, I can't remember where I found these real, actual, unadulterated book covers
originally, but they deserve to be shared.

14 comments:

MJ said...

Lesbian horses?

Well it's been SAID there's homosexuality in the barnyard.

mrpeenee said...

Sorry, I can't join the discussion, I'm all caught up in the Big Book of Homo Decorating Tales.

fendor said...

I like the dude in the tux with the horn and a handful of mushrooms...I think he was my 8th grade history teacher...

Michael Guy said...

Where's the magic in having sex with a unicorn?!

Oh. wait.

Miss Janey said...

Why aren't any of these in the literary canon? Cuz, seriously, Miss J cannot get through Gdamn "Don Quixote" but she's pretty sure she could tackle lezzie horse stories with ease.

Ur-spo said...

i want the cat book.

ayem8y said...

Well I for one would never read such vile filthy tripe! I’m more likely to write it or just go about perusing the pretty pictures. They should all be banned. Book burnings is what we need here, “Look Vera I really don’t have any feelings about SNATCH!”

Kim Hambric said...

I really needed a good laugh to clear out all that old winter phlegm. Thanks! Now where's that cat?

Fabulastic said...

What a fine selection! I think I will post something about bestiality since it seems to be so in right now.

The question is, what animal to choose?

Horses seemed nice before they went lesbian...

Oh well

Elizabeth said...

Every single one of this is hysterical! I'm still laughing to hard to come up with a suitably amusing response. Just YAY! I'm joining YOUR book group.

Salty Miss Jill said...

I used to go to a knitting group where several of the women spoke straight faced about knitting with dog hair. I gagged on my coffee and never went back.

jason said...

Come to think of it, knitting with dog hair might ought to be covered in that Beastiality book, you know?

thombeau said...

Oh, my....

David Toms said...

I believe once there was a Latvian publication on making sculpture out of navel lint! No collection would be complete without it