Title: Play the Sin Field
Author: Drew Deskins
Cover artist: presumably
Estimated value: No idea. Somehow, I have TWO copies of this, and yet there are NO copies at abebooks. :(
[Newest addition to the Doug Peterson Collection]
- Holy crap, I only *just* realized that this is supposed to be a pun on the phrase, "play the infield." Before, I thought a. wow, they just threw the word SIN in to a perfectly good phrase and ruined it, how stupid, and b. wow, SIN is a really truly terrible pun for "out."
- I love this woman. We should all be this confident. (i.e. confident enough to wear pasties that clash with our evening gloves).
- Wanton nymphos are the best kind of nymphos. Them prim nymphos ain't no fun at all.
- Ah, the Insane Phrase Bookend blurb. I should create a tag for these things. They are a truly great part of American literary history. I assure you Hemingway could never have come up with "SIN GUESTS"; not in his whole, adulturous life.
- P.S. "orgiastically"
"I want you to lay me right here and now," she said softly and he fell on her, his malehood jutting and pulsating, as he inched it within her eager body.
You'd think you'd be laughing too hard to properly masturbate to this stuff.
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