- By J.B. Trepagnier

Attack of the Lesbian Farmers

  • Title: Attack of the Lesbian Farmers
  • Author: J.B. Trepagnier
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Attack of the Lesbian Farmers Sometimes reali life news is too strange to pass up poking fun at Rush Limbaugh recently did a radio show that President Obama was paying lesbians to become farmers to infiltrate rural areas for some

    Sometimes, reali life news is too strange to pass up poking fun at Rush Limbaugh recently did a radio show that President Obama was paying lesbians to become farmers to infiltrate rural areas for some nefarious purpose Jeb thinks his farm is safe, way out where he lives, at least for the next year or so while he comes up with a plan to drive the invading lesbians out wSometimes, reali life news is too strange to pass up poking fun atRush Limbaugh recently did a radio show that President Obama was paying lesbians to become farmers to infiltrate rural areas for some nefarious purpose Jeb thinks his farm is safe, way out where he lives, at least for the next year or so while he comes up with a plan to drive the invading lesbians out when they do show up.Jeb was not expecting the lesbians to arrive on fifteen foot high Clydesdales with demon red eyes and a cow named Anne Boleyn Will the lesbians run Jeb out of business and steal his wife, who sometimes has opinions as he fears What do these lesbians want

    1 thought on “Attack of the Lesbian Farmers

    1. This is one of the funniest things I have read in a long time. Short and sweet and stupid to boot but hilariously funny in it's idiocyKudos to J.B. - oh, and watch out for them cows!

    2. Until reading this brilliantly crafted little story I was blissfully unaware that Rush Limbaugh believes that lesbian farmers are infiltrating rural America as part of some diabolical plot.If like me, you just said "Surely not! Not even Rush would say that!", Googled it and are currently sitting open mouthed because -oh yes, he did- you must read this story!If you are sitting in your fortified prepper compound prepared to stave off the lesbian revolution you totally must read this story. It will [...]

    3. What would you do if lesbians moved into your neighborhood. Would you be worried they would run off with your wife; your daughter or your aunt? Would you drop everything to spy on them and encourage others to do the same? Or would you just let good, honest folk get on with their own business? This is Jed's dilemma. Being a country girl, I just had to give this book a read. Well, I certainly wasn't disappointed. It gives a wonderful smack on the head to anyone who believes anything that comes out [...]

    4. OMG this was so funny! It was a great piece of satire, and while I hated Jeb at first, I did come to like him in the end.I also loved the cows and the horses. That was some IMPRESSIVE livestock. And yes I live on a farm and know my livestock. ;-)If you have fifteen minutes, I recommend reading this for some light-hearted entertainment.

    5. Part fable, part political satire, this story is extremely enjoyable. Inspired by the ridiculousness of Rush Limbaugh's statement that lesbians are being sent by President Obama to "invade" the conservative states, this story shows off JB Trepagnier's quirky imagination. When lesbians show up riding giant horses with glowing red eyes, you know the threat is real or is it?I'll get the two minor negative points out of the way first: it could have used a little bit of editing for things like apostr [...]

    6. This is a cute, quick and easy read. The author took something she read on Facebook that would annoy or anger a lot of people and used her creativity to shed light on it. I appreciate the fact that she used this as an outlet instead of posting some angry social media post (as many have done during these tense times in the U.S.). Kudos JB :)This book is obviously not for everyone. It is for anyone who is tired of fake news and people jumping to crazy conclusions. It's also for anyone who enjoys p [...]

    7. "His farm would be safe for a few months,possibly a year, while he came up with his plan to save his farm from the lesbians and President Obama."Jeb, an overbearing farmer is on pins and needles after hearing a radio broadcast announcing that Obama is sending lesbians to take over farms. Jeb has never seen a lesbian before, but damnit, he doesn't like them. And of course when they show up to tend the farm right next to his own, Jeb has a fit. He has to keep them from stealing his wife after allV [...]

    8. I really liked the story of Jeb, Barbara, Amanda and the three J’s. This is a short read but beautifully crafted. It’s hilarious at times and gave me tickles especially when Jeb tried to save his wife from the unexpected arrival of the lesbians.I loved the instance when the lesbians get to Jeb’s home with a plate of pie to offer truce and friendship.All in all, it was a nice short read that one can enjoy during coffee or lunch break.

    9. An unusual story about lesbians, the government, and GMO. The story is not as funny as some of J.B.'s other works -- but then again, this is a political satire, and that is, by nature, not as funny. Compared to the length of this book, I think it was okay. Don't expect too much to happen in only a few pages.

    10. Poor Jeb is upset about Rush’s warnings that the president of the United States is paying lesbians to infiltrate rural areas but hopes against hope it’s not true.Jeb sees a very scary apparition-like scene off in the distance and coming closer. Since he’s never seen a lesbian before, he can’t be sure if he is dealing with lesbians or demons.And then… Oh dear. I felt like it would have been more satisfying if it had a bit more complication or went deeper but this quick little political [...]

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