Facebook rides to the entertainment rescue again! This is the best “big book” title I’ve seen since The Big Coloring Book of Vajayjays.
One of my pals (she can out herself if she likes in the comments) sent me this book cover and we had the following tongue-in-cheek chat:
Her: Who knew horses were GAY?
Me: I know, right? I should post with that exact title.
Her: Where’s your compassion? This is a tragically overlooked minority…
Me: Absolutely. Total lesbian horse discrimination.
The reviews for the book support our cover-reading mistake:
(I adore sarcastic Amazon reviewers!)
Review #1: Definitely not what I was expecting
So I’m a big opponent of all things heteronormative, and so it was nice to finally find some literature that featured horses partaking in a different lifestyle (not that it’s a choice, mind you, I just liked that they admitted some lady horses probably liked other lady horses). Except that this book was not at all about homosexual mares…
Review #2: Not as arousing as it sounds
Not as arousing as the title would have you believe. Plus, it is no larger than a regular sized book of lesbian horse stories.
Review #3: Exciting!
As a young filly I found this tome to be soul-satifying. I did not realize I could have passionate realtionships with anything other than the barn cat (her name is Willow, sigh. . . . . ). It has opened my horizons which I expect to fill with exciting new friends and partners. Thank you The Big Book of Lesbian Horse Stories!
The book description tells the REAL story. I’ll let y’all read that by yourselves, IYKWIM. (Spoiler alert: apparently that title refers to female humans, romping near horses.)
Four things that fascinated me as I read the description:
1. This book was pubbed by Kensington, which means they saw a viable niche market.
2. It’s called a “Big Book” but it’s only 240 pages.
3. The paperback version can be bought new at $71 and change. (That’s almost $0.30 per page! Wowzers.) The e-version is currently on sale for $8.69. *giggling*
4. People who bought this book also viewed: Unicorns Are Jerks: a coloring book exposing the cold, hard, sparkly truth. (Also, a fantastic book title!)
Looking at the front cover, what did YOU expect this book to be about? Have any other wild books crossed your path lately? Enquiring minds always want to know these things here at More Cowbell!