Can Always Tell)
Bull By the Horns
This strapping young fellow, hired on as a farmhand,
disregarded Circe's 'warning' not to go near the dairy barn just over the
rise. Perhaps it was the large-eyed, long-lashed talking Guernsey cow he met
in the field who pooh-poohed Circe's advice ("she just wants to keep
us her little secret"),
and invited him to follow her swaying hips, swishing tail and bountiful udder
up the hill to meet her sisters.
inside the barn, the bewitching bovines set to work seducing their young visitor,
filling his mind and inflaming his loins with a bullish passion. Unable to
resist their blandishments, the man found himself succumbing to their magical
charm and striving - with all of his rapidly growing might - to please each
and every one of them in turn.
a prize-winning stud bull of legendary reknown, he is quite happy servicing
his contented harem on a regular basis. And if the occasional, impressionable
young woman who's heard of his reputation should disregard Circe's advice
to keep her distance, choosing instead to enter his stall and gaze upon his
virility, so much the better - there's always room in the meadow for one more
a different tale of bovine metamorphosis,
a guest sequence done by the inimitable Eala
with an accompanying tale of transformation by Bob
Stein, one of the Funhouse's first fans.
As a young man by the name of 'Myron' is about to discover,
Circe's reach also extends into the realms of Celtic myth...