Welcome to my place of castploitation comedy stories!
Basically, women act in my stories. They usually have several of the following characteristics: beautiful, educated, fun-loving, wealthy, cunning, but also unlucky, clumsy and prone to accidents.
The unlucky winner is one of the central themes in many stories.
This broom-issue is the secret reason, why some men don't like witches.
Kissing, she hugged him and pressed his loins to her lap. He eagerly tore her dress while her green hair stole his sight (and mind). They let their hands fly wildly over the other's body until both stood naked in front of each other.
She suddenly stopped and pulled out of his embrace.
"Wait a moment!" she said breathlessly. "What is that?"
"What's what?" His lips trembled as did his crotch. His lance pointed at her navel. Oh, she was so gorgeous!
"Well ..." she frowned. How did she tell him? "Witches are only allowed to ride real brooms!"
"What do you mean?" He was about to explode.
"I mean, I don't cut the bristles off of my broom. And you ..." She pointed roughly to the middle of his body and took a step back.
"And I want you now!" he exclaimed impatiently, jumped towards her ... "Don't be shy ... croak!" ... and landed as a frog at her feet.
Thanks for picking Holly!
In fact I do like female body shapes, too.
But don't ask me what made me loving girls in casts. It just happened!
My stories are full of slapstick back-firing accidents that leads mostly to hospital stays in traction. Strangely it is important to me, that there is no permanent damage: They all should recover completely!
As Holly is the sidekick of Dr. Indira Jones and their story-world is a parody of Indiana Jones, they live in a world of magic realism. So usually there is an opportunity to get some useful artifacts, that can heal a fractured girl within short time!
Xenia Onatopp, villainess of James Bond's Goldeneye.
At the end of the film, after nearly defeating James Bond, she is knocked into a tree by a helicopter and dies.
What a waste and a pity!
I had always dreamed that she survives this battle and she would appear in the open sequence of the next James Bond. She would be in a double shoulder spica cast and a thick foam neck brace (maybe with one or two short leg casts), torturing some easy prey by asphyxiating her (or him) between her strong thighs. You know, she is/was a lust murderer.
If you have to carry something heavy up the stairs, it is an exhausting job. Even if you don't have both arms in a cast.
It is always important to breathe properly: inhale deeply through your nose and then exhale through your mouth. Then everything is much easier.
Isn't it, Victoria?
By the way, the last panel makes me think it could be a homage to the accident of @QuantumBanana 's Shellie with Alexandra and Samantha. Just with much more plaster and more girls!