Picking by R.J. Benetti
Nine-year-old Reed Pituitanasi has an addiction. What on earth could a nine-year-old possibly be addicted to, you ask? He can't stop picking his nose. As much as his family begs him to, he cannot resist digging for nose gold. Will his continuous nose-picking destroy the Pituitanasi family? Will Reed resist the temptation and save himself and his family? A zany tale from Benetti Funny, gross, and IN NEED OF PART TWO. *stares at Benetti* If you are looking for a quick and silly read, this is definitely one to get, especially IF PART TWO COMES OUT. Pick it up (see what I did there). 4 severed fingers out of 5
R.J. What the heck, man? This is pretty gross!
Of course, I knew what I was getting into, so I wasn't expecting much more than a fun little romp up a little boy's nose. But then in classic Benetti style, he thew that final twist, and left me gasping, and anxious for the next book.
A Snotty Delight
OK, so this was gross, as expected, but not in the way I expected! It was actually a perfectly bizarre and wonderful story! Seriously! I loved it and I really can't wait for part 2!! Really well written and an awesome concept!! 5/5 bogey brains
Finger Picking Good.
There's a reason why your mum tells you to stop picking your nose and in this short you find out why. I love RJ his stories are always gross yet humorous. I wasn't ready for it to end. Never thought I'd say this but I want more snot and boogies.