Let's start with this photo spread on Queerty. You must click through all the shots to get the full effect. I confess, I was giggling like a little girl.
Then . . . on to Goodreads. One has a much better chance of finding hilarity there than on Amazon, where reviewers tend to take themselves seriously. For example, I stumbled upon a reader of m/f romance who likes to take issue with the output of super-popular authors who don't always exhibit the best craftsmanship. She's quite articulate and funny, and her smack-downs are more than justified. So, without further ado, here's a passage she found in Lora Leigh's Dangerous Games:
How long had it been since he'd cried?
He needed to cry now, to ease the emotion tightening his chest.
As Clint eased the plug from Morganna's rear, he could feel the emotion ripping through him, tearing at his soul.
How's that for angst? The act of yanking a plug out of someone's butt was enough to choke this hero with soul-shredding emotion. Holy hot damn, enemas must give him a complete nervous breakdown!
Got any favorites to share? I had to stop looking 'cause it's getting late.