Erotinomicon’s Inappropriate Glowing
Since its inception, The Erotinomicon has been no stranger to controversy. With an impressive collection of wanton works documenting the sexual exploits of demons, aliens, fairies, and countless other mythical and fictional creatures, there is certainly something to shock and awe all but the most jaded interdimensional traveler.
Most recently, however, a disturbing new trend appears to be emerging in the ignominious illustrations of this most debauched of digital domains: inappropriate glowing.
Some unexplained light sources are a complete mystery, little more than a dramatic — yet improbable spotlight focusing on a particularly noteworthy act of unbridled lust, but much more unsettling are visions of glowing appendages and radiant organic fluids… neither of which are traditionally renown for their luminescent properties.
Repeated requests for an explanation for this phosphorescent phenomenon have as yet gone unanswered, but we will redouble our efforts to get to the bottom of this sudden, strange sexual shimmering.
Written by Jeff in July of 2009. Last edited September 2014.
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