Dad’s Bedtime-Tales Newsletter 322


Dad’s Bedtime-Tales Newsletter 322 – The December 26, 2020, issue of DBTN. Stories and art by Shigeru, Narov, and Michael Mitchell.


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Dad’s Bedtime-Tales Newsletter 322, released December 26, 2020. This issue is included with new subscriptions purchased during December 2020.

Stories in this issue are:

  • If You Like Watching Me • “Who’s the little stud muffin?” Mark asks Colin when he sees a cute runner with a bubble butt run by. Colin knows a lot about the little runner. The runner lives in the unit facing his. So Colin spies on him through his binoculars. “Oh, he’s straight as an arrow,” Colin says. But is the little runner straight?
  • Rocket Launchers • Roger didn’t notice that he was nothing like his parents. Not until Suzzie said, “You must be adopted. You don’t look like your parents at all.” But when he grew up and got a basket like no one in his family, Roger had to find out where he came from. The other guys in school called him Rocket Launcher. Even Coach liked to feel the base of Roger’s nuts when he launched cum rockets across the locker room. So where did Roger come from?
  • Santa’s Little Helper • Dad warns Billy to clean the fireplace before going to bed. “Santa will leave an extra special gift if it is spic ’an span,” Dad says. But Billy forgets and goes to bed. He remembers Dad’s warning. He rushes down late at night to clean the fireplace for Santa. But is he in time? Read DBTN 322 to find out
  • What the Hell, Son? • Continued from What the Hell, Dad? in Dad’s Bedtime Tales Newsletter 321. It’s Dad’s turn to be upset with his son, Tracey. What the hell is Tracey doing accepting a supper invitation from Mr. Hannover and his son Billy? Doesn’t Tracey know they are lucky Mr. Hannover isn’t pressing charges. But Tracey reminds Dad, “You did say that if you apologized nicely to Mr. Hannover, he might shove his dick up my butt.”
  • Worst for Last • “Think he’s going to come for a boy as bad as you?” Dad sneers at his son, Benjamin. Maybe Dad is right. Benjamin sleeps in front of the fireplace Christmas Eve, but Santa doesn’t come. However, Santa does come Christmas night. He tells Benjamin. “Christmas Eve is for the good boys and girls. Christmas Night is for the likes of you, Tobias. The naughty boys. The boys who haven’t been nice.” And if Tobias is really bad, Santa will put him at the top of the list of naughty boys.

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Art in Dad’s Bedtime-Tales Newsletter 322 is by Shigeru, Narov, and Michael Mitchell.

Previous issue: Dad’s Bedtime Tales Newsletter 321

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