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7 Reddit comments about Ocean of Lard (Choose Your Own Mindfuck Fest #17):

u/wishful_cynic · 23 pointsr/gaming

I've never read one, but the concept interested me. I googled and found Ocean of Lard:

>You're on the run from the cops and need to disappear somehow. Luckily you happen across a secret ocean in the middle of Wyoming. An undiscovered world of pirates and zombies that, according to maps, couldn't possibly exist. But here it is, a vast white sea that is made of some kind of greasy blubber substance instead of water. To escape, you must join the crew of one of the two ships at the dock. The first is a strange black cube-shaped vessel called The Eye World and the other is a totally punk rock pirate ship called The Rotten Sore. Which will you take?

>If you board The Eye World, turn to page 21. If you take The Rotten Sore, turn to page 22. But choose wisely! You could find yourself screwing demonic faeries and a cyborg dominatrix on top of a pile of treasure, or you could end up as lunch for a team of floating telepathic walrus heads.
Ocean of Lard is a parody of that classic interactive fiction series that you adored as a kid, now filled to the brim with enough fucked up humor and perversions to satisfy you as an adult.

u/Fistocracy · 1 pointr/Fantasy

Ocean of Lard (Choose Your Own Mindfuck Fest #17) by Carlton Mellick and Kevin Donihe is a CYOA for extremely immature adults :)

u/cronomagical · 1 pointr/funny

Ocean of Lard (Choose Your Own Mindfuck Fest #17)

My favorite grown up choose your own adventure book.

u/Nugginz · 1 pointr/ifyoulikeblank

To go way off the beaten track maybe check out some bizarro fiction stuff that draws from dystopian/ post apocalyptic genres.
Perhaps Razor Wire Pubic Hair or the choose-your-own-adventure style Ocean of Lard
I should warn you, they're pretty dark and perverse and will have you salivating like just before you vomit, but you never quite vomit so it's ok.

u/tpkroger · 1 pointr/books

In honor of Montgomery's contribution to my childhood reading, I'm gonna re-read the adult version of the format by Carlton Mellick and Kevin L. Donihe: