Digital Marketing with HypnoHype! Case Study: PiersMortonXXX

This story was originally posted at on 2021-03-24.

Piers, an out-of-work graduate, takes a job in digital marketing for a Covid conspiracy newspaper. He gets some invaluable digital marketing advice from HypnoHype and learns to love being a content creator.

“Piers… Morton, is it?”

I nod. “That’s right.”

“Like the presenter on Good Morning GB? Oh, don’t worry, I’m not some lefty snowflake. He’s the voice of the common man, that’s what I say. We need more people like him in this day and age, what with everyone losing their heads over this bloody plan-demic. Anyway, I understand you’re interested in the Digital Marketing role I posted recently?”

“Uh, yes, Mr. Kershaw.” At twenty-one and graduating from Manchester Uni with an English degree into the worst economic recession in generations, I’ve been struggling to find anyone who’ll offer me a job. I adjust my tie to give my fingers something to do. “I saw your ad on SyncedIn.”

“Call me Dane. We’re all on first name terms here.” He skims through my one-page CV, which is probably the best short fiction I’ve written in months. Just kidding. Dane doesn’t look like the kind of guy who would find that joke funny. I wait patiently, observing him on my laptop screen. Thirty-something, probably, clean-shaven, with pale blue eyes and light brown hair that’s cut very short at the back and sides, combed and parted on the left. What’s it called, an uppercut? No, undercut, that’s it. He’s wearing a grey suit jacket over a crisp white shirt and dark red tie. He’s the editor and publisher of ‘The Torch’, a small local newspaper I’ve not heard of before. I hope he doesn’t ask me any difficult questions, and wish I’d spent a bit longer doing my research for this job.

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Keep It Down!

This story was originally posted at on 2020-04-29.

Phil’s flatmate Quentin keeps disturbing Phil’s work calls during lockdown.

“Yes, that’s right, I’m glad we’ll be continuing the current supply agreement,” I said. The ongoing coronavirus lockdown might be devastating whole sectors of the economy, but it was great news for my work as a procurement manager for a major supermarket chain (something I tried not to feel guilty about). With more and more people relying on us for their grocery shopping, my role was more important than ever. I spent my day working from home, co-ordinating with our suppliers and solving any problems they raised with us before they resulted in empty shelves across the south-east of England.

My calendar chimed with a notification about my next meeting. “Ah, I’m sorry to cut this short, but I need to jump into another call. Thanks for your time today.” I left the virtual conference and checked my calendar. Five minutes until the next call.

Under my desk, Quentin’s hot tongue was working the underside of my cockhead expertly. He was naked and kneeling in front of my office chair, his head buried in my crotch. I had taped his hands behind his back to keep him focused on my own needs. I noted with satisfaction the sticky strands of precum stretching from his own fully erect dick to his stomach. I nudged it with my foot and watched as his cock sprang up to slap wetly against his stomach.

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A Game of Ass Assassin: Path (Only Seventeen: SUCCESS)

This story was originally posted at on 2020-02-03. It’s a concluding chapter of the community series ‘A Game of Ass Assassin’.

Jeff hides out in a club for a while. A showdown. What will the next round bring?

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A Game of Ass Assassin: Path 1.2.4 (Caught by Pablo: FAILURE)

This story was originally posted at on 2020-01-07. It is part of the GaySpiralStories community series ‘A Game of Ass Assassin’.

K.O.K. vice-president Pablo and frat bro Zachary catch Jeffrey hiding in the apartment. Game over…

“This is a CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE community series inspired by the format of The Grandfather’s Gift and the game of assassin where I give you all the set up and you can write what happens next! At the end of each chapter, there should be at least two options for how the story can go. If you want, you can include more than that or write about a possibility that isn’t listed. The only limit is your imagination! Minimum 400 words for each new chapter. Please reuse this intro at the beginning of any chapters you add so that new readers will be able to see all the rules. Enjoy!”

“Finn! Hold on!” Jeffrey said. “I have a better idea! Your brothers are just coming in to check on you, right? They’re not gonna be expecting anyone else here. I just need to find somewhere to hide until they’ve gone.”

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