The Potency!

The Pontency! Cover

 

Crippling dandruff! Unforgivable nipple abuse! Viking space poetry!

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, The Potency! is officially available and, just between you and me, absolutely required if you wish to participate in fashionable society this summer. Indeed, scientifically, metaphysically and grammatically proven benefits of The Potency! ownership include the following:

1. Make your husband’s mistress 42% more jealous with the sleek, stylish cover.

2. Inspire 8% greater resentment in your cocktail bar frenemies with Potency! inspired witticisms.

3. Become 481% more knowledgeable about plant psychology with just one reading. 

In a world turned upside down by the God of Potency’s prancing dickishness – Queen Elizabeth II in orbit! The Dalai Lama partially digested! Unspeakable uses for tofu! – two heroes set out to restore natural order, understand anatomically unlikely erotica and escape the pull of the Mongolian Illuminati!

Chul, a self-righteous South Korean salaryman, vows to find and consume the vaunted Twinkie of Destiny, achieve 15 minutes of earthly omnipotence, restore the honor of Korea and lay Japan low. He is joined by CJ, a vengeful American plumber who seeks to punish the God of Potency and strike at Islam to avenge the tragedy of 9/11.

Can anyone stop the God of Potency? Can our heroes find the Twinkie of Destiny before it’s too late? Will either CJ or Chul stop being such an asshole? There’s only one way to find out!

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3 comments

  1. How’d you know I was dying to get 481% more knowledgeable about plant psychology?

    I am wondering how on earth Koreans “get you” if – I imagine – few white people do. The funny thing is, no amt of $ could make me live in S. Korea (let alone visit) for the cultural differences I do not appreciate.

    Merry Christmas!

    1. I’m extremely intuitive. 😛

    2. As for your question, a lot of the stuff I say that seems idiosyncratic to westerners comes from my study of Eastern philosophy. I try really hard to take people seriously, even when they are basing their worldviews on the Warring States period of Chinese history or the dissolution of Chosun.

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