Make My Day

Make My DayWe’ve all done things we aren’t proud of. (I’ll spare you the details of mine; suffice to say—yowza!) Most of us manage to deal with the issues and move on, or at least learn to live with the darn things. But for one man who yearned to experience what it was like to be a beautiful young woman (hey, who hasn’t?), and who gloriously managed to get his greedy little mitts on the fabled Medallion of Zulo (one of many, it would seem), the issue of his lingering guilt came back to haunt him—when his transformation swept him straight into the heart of… the Twilight Zone. (Or if not the actual Zone, then a place just like it in so many ways that you really couldn’t tell the difference.) Enjoy!

This caption, in the way the female persona speaks directly to her male “lesser half”, is reminiscent of last year’s “Irresistible” and “Compulsion and the Cross-dresser“. There could be others, but I’ll leave that as an exercise for the attentive reader.


Make My Day

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