Dad’s Bedtime Tales Newsletter 298

DBTN 298 Review Pages

Dad’s Bedtime Tales Newsletter 298, released July 11, 2020. This issue is included with new subscriptions purchased during July 2020.

Stories in DBTN 298

  • My Son’s Summer Project • Dad and Frank can’t believe their eyes. Yoshi is home for the first time since going off to college. He is not the scrawny, shy, meek teenager who flew off a year ago. Dad reminds Frank that he used to be just as buff as Yoshi is now. When Yoshi sees pictures of what his dad used to look like, he makes Dad his summmer project.
  • Are You Teasing Me Cuz? • Raymond is boned when he goes to pick up cousin Wendell from wrestling practice. He finds Wendell in the locker room, bent over, his cute butt up in the air. When you’re boned, you’re boned, right? One tight hole is as good as any other, right?
  • Discovering My Son by Madakou • Dad tells Tony that it’s time to take on some responsibility. Dad tells Tony that Mr. Walker, the neighbor, wants to hire him. He’s the neighbor with the big yard and pool. But Dad doesn’t expect to see Tony and Mr. Walker getting naked one afternoon as they prepare to go skinny dipping.
  • It’s Been a While • Tad is too busy playing his video game to answer the doorbell. Dad answers the door. When Dad turns off the TV, Tad is stunned to see the Taco Man. The guy with the taco van. After selling tacos by the high school, he parks his van in an alley and let’s guys in for phenomenal blowjobs.
  • Be More Like Trent • Dad encourages his son to be more like Trent. Trent smiles. He’s polite, considerate, knows how to say, “Yes, Sir. No, Sir.” But Dad is left speechless when his son tells him, “You know, Dad. The only reason Trent is so friendly and smiles at you all the time when he visits is because he wants to get in your pants!”

Art in DBTN 298

Art in Dad’s Bedtime-Tales Newsletter 298 is by Madakou, Shigeru, and Rolando Mérida.

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Dad’s Bedtime Tales Newsletter 297

DBNT 297 Review Pages

Dad’s Bedtime Tales Newsletter 297, released July 4, 2020. This issue is included with new subscriptions purchased during July 2020.

Stories in DBTN 297 are:

  • Moving the Stones • How did they move the stones from Wales to Stonehenge thousands of years ago? Dellbec can’t believe that we don’t know. All young men dream of the day when they can help the men drag a stone into their village to worship and bless it on it’s way to Stongehenge. On a new moon, in the middle of the night, their naked fathers, uncles, grandfathers, and great grandfathers leave their dwellings. And?
  • Aren’t We Cheating • Diego thinks his new girlfriend’s son doesn’t like him. “Zach’s just shy,” she tells Diego. When Diego and Zach pass each other one day, Diego sees that look in Zach’s eyes. He knows what Zach wants.
  • You’re Worried It Doesn’t Fit • Dad has concerns about Andrew’s boyfriend, Ivan. Andrew is a lot shorter than Dad and his three brothers. Andrew’s so short he thinks Dad may not be his real father. But Dad assures him, by showing all the varied members in their family tree, that he’s not the only short one in the family. Andrew figures out that Dad is worried that tall Ivan’s big thing won’t fit in his little hole. So Andrew assures Dad that it fits. How does he do that? Read DBTN 297 to find out.
  • What’s Up With Your Dad? • Ivan wonders what’s up with Andrew’s dad. The man used to be cold and distant. Now he’s wanting to be Ivan’s best friend. Why is that? So can Andrew explain his dad’s attitude change?
  • Beckett’s Zoom Shirt • Mr. Mangli likes working all alone in his office. It reminds him of the days when he started the business. Zooming his staff gives him the chance to see how they live. He’s intrigued when he discovers that cute, bubble butt, Beckett, the new hire, has a Zoom shirt he puts on for Zoom sessions. Mr. Mangle discovers that the Zoom shirt is all Beckett wears.

Art in DBTN 297

Art in Dad’s Bedtime-Tales Newsletter 297 is by Rolando Mérida, Narov, and Shigeru.

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Dad’s Bedtime Tales Newsletter 296

Review pages of DBTN 296

Dad’s Bedtime Tales Newsletter 296, released June 27, 2020. This issue is included with new subscriptions purchased during June 2020.

Stories in DBTN 296 are:

  • Stay Out of the Park • Blake can’t figure out why Dad is adamant that he stay out of the park at night. It’s the shortest way home from his tutoring lessons. Uncle Allen tells him, “Blake, your dad isn’t afraid of what might happen to you. He’s just afraid you might have too much fun.” What does Blake do when he finds his dad having fun in the park at night?
  • Hormonal Flare-up • Joash and Randall have doubts about the five day, wilderness trek, their sons are planning for all for of them. How can they haul even beer to last five days? What happens if they have a hormonal flare-up? You know, men’s balls fill up all the time. Hormones flare. How are the two dads going to handle that?
  • Swallowing the Big One • “I bet you’d like a sausage like that, wouldn’t you, son?” Dad says to Tyler. They are at the block party. They ran in to Mr. Naddle, chomping away on a big fat sausage in a bun. Mr. Naddle sees that look in Tyler’s eyes. He knows what big sausage Tyler wants to chew. Does Tyler get to chew on Mr. Naddle’s Big Sausage? Read DBTN 296 to find out.
  • To the Great West Sea • Blue Eagle wants to lead the strange visitors to the Great West Sea. But he doesn’t know if he can trust them. How can he trust men who cover their bodies with so many clothes? If a man won’t reveal himself, is he honest?
  • Passing the Drug Test • Bert warns Scotty that there is going to be a drug test in twenty minutes. Scotty runs to the locker room to get his things. He’s down to his jockstrap when Coach Haddock asks, “Hi there, Scotty, where are you off to?” How is Scotty going to pass the drug test now?

Art in DBTN 296

Art in Dad’s Bedtime-Tales Newsletter 296 is by Michael Mitchell, Master Bates, Narov, and Shigeru.

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