Chuck Tingle Launches Buttbart, a Lovecraftian, Anus-Rich Parody of Breitbart

Chuck Tingle Launches Buttbart, a Lovecraftian, Anus-Rich Parody of Breitbart

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Chuck Tingle, enigmatic author of Gay T-Rex Law Firm Executive Boner, Pounded in the Butt by My Own Butt, My Ass is Haunted by the Gay Unicorn Colonel and other erotic masterpieces, has launched Buttbart, a parody of crypto-nazi propaganda site Breitbart.

Like much of Tingle’s oeuvre, Buttbart is goofy, weird and powerfully homoerotic, featuring stories like “Dear Trump, the Moon is Mine. Don’t Even Think of Pounding It” and gratuitous pictures of ripped abs. But the site is strongly tinged with a sense of cosmic horror as well. Just check out the following headlines:

Tromp Voters Regret Voting to Allow Crabs Access to Their Brain, Claim They Didn’t Understand What “Skull Nest” Meant.

READER POLL: What is real?

We asked our readers if reality was a constantly shifting web of cosmic planes, blinking in and out of existence depending on our location in spacetime.

YES: %87
NO: %2

Perhaps this new direction reflects the darker turn our nation has taken.

Tingle’s writing has gradually grown more political in recent months. He got dragged into a controversy involving the Hugo Awards when his novel Space Raptor Butt Invasion was nominated by a group of white supremacist trolls.

Many of Tingle’s latest works address social issues, like Oppressed in the Butt by My Inclusive Holiday Coffee Cups, Pounded By the Pound: Turned Gay By the Socioeconomic Implications of Britain Leaving the European Union and Pounded in the Butt by My Irrational Bigoted Fear of Humans Who Were Born As Unicorns Using a Human Restroom.

Tingle seems like the perfect person to take on Breitbart. After all, he is the expert on weird, monstrous assholes.

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