The Real Small World


This is the true story of seven strangers picked to live in a loft and have their lives taped, to find out what happens when people stop being polite…

and start getting real.

“My name’s Felix, I’m 26. I’m from Portland and I’m 90 mm tall. I’m a freelance writer, I write book and movie reviews for syndication. I’m into Hong Kong cinema, circuit-bending, and I’m super into mouthplay and vore. I’m anti-military, and I can’t shut up when I see women being disrespected. That said, I wouldn’t mind getting sloppy drunk with a really sweet woman, sometime. It’s this little dream I’ve had for a while.”

“Hi, I’m Gail! I’m a bartender in San Jose, and I just turned 24. I love gaming, reading, vintage muscle cars, and Chinese action films. I love crushing little people under my big ol’ butt, stuffing ’em up there and going about my bidness! If they’re into it, all the better, but it’s gonna happen regardless, you feel me? But I hate mouthplay and vore, and stepping on Tinies grosses me the fuck out.”

“Yo, I’m Vinnie from Columbus. I’m a Marine vet who’s into threesomes, especially, like, when there’s a little dude hanging from my cock and I’m about to go inside a chick. I’m into weightlifting and running. I’m not much of a reader, but I think it’s dumb to brag about something like that. Keep it to yourself. Maybe it’s weird, but I can’t stand seeing a big person sitting on a tiny, helpless person. Kinda makes me anxious. Just keep ’em outta your butts, okay?”

“I’m Melanie. I grew up in Colorado Springs but I live in Arizona now. I’m 27 with a master’s in library science, UA Tucson, and I work as a reference librarian at Phoenix College. I’m 84 mm tall, but my job totally accommodates me. I love red wine and cats—at a distance. I’m very good at sensual massage, especially on big, strong people. That’s what they tell me, anyway. I’m pansexual, if you know what that means, and I guess you could say I’m a fourth-wave feminist. If I could have one wish come true, I think I’d like to just be gently stepped on by another woman. A little dangerously, but gently. I don’t know why, it just sounds incredible.”

“Hey, whaddup viewers! My name’s Perry, keepin’ it real aye-eff. I’m from Newark, clocking in at a mighty 101 mm! Check out these guns. Unf! Unf! Can’t stand uppity bitches, can’t stand bookworms. No time for SJWs or religious freaks. Gluten-free, vegan, that’s all bullshit. PBR’s the only real beer. I like a nice, giant bitch in heels, getting ready to plant that stiletto right in my chest. I work in automotive inspection, specializing in emissions. But a ’70 Ford Mustang ain’t the only tailpipe I’m lookin’ to crawl into! You know what I mean! But not into getting sat on, that’s different, fuck that. If I wanted to get shit on by a huge asshole, I’d vote Democrat.”

“Hey, world. Woo… I’m Jenny from Anchorage, gonna be 23 in three months. This is my first real travel experience, I guess? I was nervous about it but we’ll see how it goes. I like knitting, reading and writing fanfic, and I love my cats and Jesus Christ, our lord and savior. My friends tell me I look dowdy, but I’m just comfortable. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that? I’m allergic to gluten, shellfish, peanuts, and alcohol gives me a migraine. I’ve never met a Tiny before, but I’ve heard a lot about them, and I kinda wanna put one up my butt. Is that horrible?”

“Hello. I’m Keith from St. Petersburg. I’m 26, getting started as a hedge fund manager. I know it’s got a bad rep but I think I can bring some humanity to it. Anyway, I like biking, I write poetry and my own music, and I play guitar at open mic nights. I’d like to meet a couple Tiny men, you know, just to talk with. I hate movies with subtitles, and I think most gearheads live up to the stereotype. I’m intrigued by mouthplay, but I’m sure that won’t come up.”

3 thoughts on “The Real Small World

  1. Hilarious, but I was totally unimmersed when—multiple!—Americans used metric units of measure. I prefer metric myself, but I have no illusions about how vernacular it is in the States.

    I suppose you are to be congratulated for not appropriating photos to go with the introductions, so I’ll just have to imagine what Jenny looks like. Gi-curious are my favorites. I just like corrupting people, I guess.

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    1. I thought about searching around for appropriate images, wrapping their monologues around them. I wasn’t sure I could find people who were just right, and I also wanted to leave it to the reader’s imagination. As for the metric, I figured it made them feel more empowered to list their height in double or triple digits, without a decimal point. It sounds petty even to them to assert, “Excuse me, I’m fully 3 31/32″, thank you.”

      What I should’ve done, I realized too late, was include a giantess roommate who detests arguments.

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