Cuckold's Fair is very rude. Deliberately. It uses naughty words.
In a theatre this is fine, because you pay your money and you take your chances - but for something that goes out online... where filters are a little less... active... what is the right thing to do?
How rude do I make the online version?
I will almost certainly create a paywall version that will be as rude as I like - and let's be fair, it's only actively obscene once - but how do I deal with the text? Do I rewrite? Do I bleep/fadeout/add birdsong? That might be even weirder.
What do you think internet?
In the meantime, here's the latest audio - a short little story from 2011. There maybe a short out next week to bridge the gap before the epic Cuckold week, but I won't promise that.
Countdown to the Other Side - available on YouTube or on this player.
Cuckold's Fair will be released daily from 13th to 18th February online, earlier for my patrons.
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