Jest - Aphrodisiac

Jest - Aphrodisiac

Public discussion was forbidden. More Pricks Than Kicks, the 1934 book by Samuel Beckett, was banned on the strength of its title alone, although that came from Jesus's words to St Paul, "It is hard for thee to kick against the pricks." From then on, Beckett's heroes became the image of the wholly impotent man, short on both sexual prowess and economic power. They went on to help him win the Nobel Prize.

Despite being doubtful, she did as she was advised and that night, they had the best sex they've had in years. Over the next couple weeks, the sex started getting monotonous so she upped it to two pills, then three, and finally, just dumped the rest of the bottle in his drink one night.


If you find the slippery texture of oysters sensual, they might just flick the switch for you.

Jest - Aphrodisiac: From then on, Beckett's heroes became the image of the wholly impotent man, short on both sexual prowess and economic power.


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