Elmer and Tilly fans, all three of them, are in for a treat. Still inept writer, Gene Clements, has outdone himself with this molten cocktail of fluid bodies and bodily fluids. In "Skin and Scandal", a promising summer morning turns into an afternoon of viscous debauchery when an oblivious Tilly and Elmer find themselves unexpectedly flushed into a whirlpool of depravity. This epic story flows over sun drenched skin, cascades across naked bodies splashed with torrents of natural fluids, spurts over copious juices massaged into secret places, and meanders silently around inundated lovers. Warm, golden hued, but repulsive liquids are splattered onto bare flesh and unwisely consumed. Human emissions dribble down unwilling faces and drip from silent lips. Young fingers produce a gush of hot nectar to be swallowed in spite of rumored health risks. Trans fat saturated products flood undammed into eager, unclothed bellies. The shocking mortification of the ending will have you clutching your throat and reaching for the gin and Pepto-Bismol. Not for the faint of heart, this story may leave you afraid to leave the house, whether your destination is the woods, or your local diner. Caution: Do not drink coffee while reading the final four paragraphs.