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Tantor Audio presents six must-listen stories from the horror comedy series Shingles.  

Shingles Audio Collection Volume 2 begins with "Terror on Hypo Beach," in which a family vacation turns out to be anything but ordinary. In "Put Your Hand in My Ass", Will needs a mentor for the upcoming high school talent show. What he gets is Sloppy - an enchanted puppet with weird sexual proclivities and an extremely problematic approach to comedy.

The collection continues with "Demon Load". When a freak accident brings his new washing machine to life, Dave begins to fear that it could lead to a nightmare future, one in which mankind has been permanently pressed out of existence.

"Slaughter on Giggletime Mountain" brings listeners to the reopening of a long-closed amusement park - one with a deadly history. Then, in "It Came from My Butthole", Cooter, the son of an out-of-work rodeo clown, eats a taco that changes his life forever.

In the collection's final story, "Slow Ride", Terry's suddenly way more attractive to members of the opposite sex now that he has Sylvia, his 1979 El Camino. But what happens when the car gets jealous?

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Robert Bevan ("Terror on Hypo Beach"); copyright 2018 by Steve Wetherell ("Put Your Hand in My Ass"); copyright 2018 by Rick Gualtieri ("Demon Load"); copyright 2018 by Drew Hayes ("Slaughter on Giggletime Mountain"); copyright 2018 by Robert Bevan ("It Came from my Butthole"); copyright 2018 by John G. Hartness ("Slow Ride") (P)2019 Tantor

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Another must for fans

If you're a fan of any of these authors, get this collection. The stories are funny, obscene, and once in a while even make a serious point. The series is just as hilarious as it is inappropriate. Great work to all.

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Very crude humor, milk came out my nose!

You may be shock at a storey from Steve Wetherell "Put you hand up my butt" could be so deep! Puns exclued it had many layers and added alot of socal commentary.

While Robert Beven tries to get in to the guess book on the amount of times someone can writ butt stuff in a short story.

John Hartness the Bard of the group filled more song refernces innto a storey then I have seen in year.

Rick G the "Author Monkey" rwists and turns a tail that may you wonder who the protagonist realy is.

Last but not least Drew Heyes add a tale as twisted as any b-movie horror flick that he binge watched in his teens!


All and all a fabulously group of stories that will have you cringing and laughing all the way to HR if you don't use earbuds at work!

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Hilarious!

The two stories that stand out the most in my memory afterward are the shark monster and the fart ghost. I haven't laughed so hard in a while.

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these men are legends

love all of their individual works. go check them out. these stories in which they join forces for is incredible. I can't wait for vol 3

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Not for the easily offended or faint of heart!

The set of short stories was absolutely DISGUSTING....I loved it! The authors do not hold back and the storylines are everything that makes a typical person cringe! Enjoy!

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Sick!!!

If these guys don't make you laugh. Then I'm sorry your life is so sad.

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Hit and miss

Drew Hayes is a fantastic story teller and doesn't always go for the needless penis or butt joke. His story is mostly well told, and fits the genre they are going for.

Rick Gualtieri writes many stories that I enjoy and his entry was a more psychological drama, with a lot of humor.

Steve Wetherell's story was full of 12 year old humor. I am not a 12 year old.

I am only now listening to Hartness' entry.

My main problem with this collection are Robert Bevan's two stories. In the first one, it is made to seem like he hates women and is fascinated by butt stuff. He rode his one note joke into the ground.

In his second entry, he gets no better, and I frankly found myself offended by his story. In fact, both of his stories were more offensive than funny.

When it comes to the individual writers, I'll stick with Drew, Rick and John. They've all written stories outside the Shingles 'verse that I love and return to. Bevan, I will not return to, and Wetherell I haven't completely warmed up to.

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Great Series!

Great Series! Very, very funny, but very, very adult. Not for the prudish readers! Potty humor, weird characters, and perfect narration put it all together. Fun, but not for the faint of "fart", I mean "heart". I hope they keep making this series.

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Genius? Offensive? Or both? Ode to da Butt

This is billed as a horror-comedy anthology, but that description is missing the p🙄rn warning. Depending on the author, these stories are varying degrees of crude, pervy, sacrilegious and offensive. After hearing three books in this series, I find I consistently enjoy authors Drew Hayes and John Hartness, recoil from S Wetherell, and fail to connect with R Gualtieri. The tie breaker author for my listening enjoyment is Bevans, who gives me a literary box of chocolates …and I never know whether I’m going to like the p🙄rny goo until I bite in.

“Heaven is like Golden Corral except all waitresses are from Hooters.”
Bevans is the headline author and his stories walk the line with me, sometimes entertaining me with his bent genius and other times repelling me with his misogyny and incel-ish disdain for women. In fairness, he’s an equal opportunity writer who trashes genders, races, and religion with rabid, pervy fervor. In this book, his first story (Terror on Hypo Beach) crossed too many lines to enjoy, like an Al & Peg Bundy-Married with Children episode cranked to maximum skeeve. His other story (It Came From My Buttthole) added sacrilege to the skeeve, like a Southpark episode cranked to Holy F-ing Jesus, and rather than repel me further, the compounding offenses worked for me, maybe in a “two wrongs make a right” kind of way. Go figure.

Wetherell has this weird obsession with boys led down dark paths by possessed/pervy objects. In book 1 it was a magical Monkey’s P(not paw). Here (Put your Hand in my A), it’s a magical ventriloquist dummy. Next, it’ll probably be a clown (shudder, hate clowns!). Might be that I can’t get past the skin crawling ick factor, but his stories feel like he’s writing therapy for his being bullied as a teen.

Gualtieri’s stories are too meta for me. This one (Demon Load) wasn’t too bad, giving a tech run amok Black Mirror kind of feel, just on the tame side.

Hayes slayed with a standard horror flick with a Cabin in the Woods style self-awareness (Slaughter on Giggle Mountain).

Hartness provided my favorite of the bunch (Slow Ride) with a possessed car and bent, p🙄rny humor that was both funny and gave good satire.

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Great Job!!!

Once again Bevan and the boys do a fantastic job. I love each and every story.

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I want all of these stories animated.

This audiobook is broken into four novellas featuring comedy and supernatural themes. The volume contains strong course language, strong sex themes, gore, violence and crude humour. It is also extremely funny.
Cal Wembly narrates, Demon Load, It Came from my Buthole, Slow Ride, Put your Hand Up my Ass, and Terror on Hypo Beach.
Cassandra Myles narrates Slaughter on Giggletime Mountain.
Individual stories:
‘Terror on Hypo Beach’ is written by Robert Bevan and follows one horny dumb kid going to a toxic landfill of a beach. The real comedy starts when a shark eats a drugged-out idiot. It is a strong start to the volume and gives the audience a good idea what's coming.
In ‘Put your Hand up my Ass’ the MC is a talentless teen who wants to become famous. He finds a cursed ventriloquist dummy in the attic. I admit, the story isn’t for me, but a lot of people love it and ask the author for a sequel. There are plenty of laugh out loud moments.
‘Demon Load’ as an Electric Dreams situation going on. The MC is a technophobic and freaks out when his washing machine gains sentience. After reading this I have to say, Skynet might have had the right idea.
‘Slaughter on Giggletime Mountain’ is the most horror inspired book in all the Shingles series. You have a supernatural killer, hunting other serial killers and horrible people. Less laughs but good horror.
What can I say about ‘It Came from my Buthole’? Two words, Robert Bevan. If you are not offended, grossed out, laughing and horrified in the first five minutes of this story, then there is something wrong with you.
‘Slow Ride’ is a Christine inspired story where a car comes to life and jealousy kills people. The ending is just perfect.