Print edition. Satire and sex scenes. For adults only. A sample: In Westphalia, a gentle youth lived in the beautiful castle of Baron Thunderstormcumlightning. Anyone could look at the youth's face and see that he was both good-natured and weak-minded. This is why he was given the name Candide, although Virginia would have been a good choice if he had been born female. No one knew who his parents were, but that did not keep the servants from guessing, aka gossiping. Their guess, or gossip, was that Candide was the son of the Baron's sister and a nearby nobleman. The two knew each other well enough to sleep together, although they did not know each other well enough to speak to each other in public. After all, in some circles, sleeping together does not constitute an introduction.
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The Erotic Adventures of Candide based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Candide by Voltaire. The first chapters I found amusing but the repeatative and preachy nature started to get way over the top. When the explaination of giving breast exams started I finally gave up. I do not reccomend.
This is completly and totally stupid. I repeat do not get this