When Is Enough Enough? When It's Too Much?


The Unique Dorset Magazine Company, publishers of the Unique Dorset Magazines series today announced two further additions to its growing list of prestigious specialist "upper middle to top shelf" publications. Launching Unique Dorset Domes and Unique Dorset Combs Magazines, Editor in Chief, Mr Aloysius Conde-Nasty was in ebullient mood: "These two titles now fill a much-needed gap in the literature; catering to interests other magazine publishers simply won't acknowledge exist. Domes of every description - large small, pert, pendulous, tethered and free - have fascinated men since the dawn of time. The famous Florentine libertine (surely architect [ed]) Brunelleschi was not alone in his lifelong quest to come fully to grips with their intricacies or to try to manage an erection without obvious physical support. Women on the other hand have always been drawn to combs - whether in order to attract a male partner or to remove unwanted scurf - so the basic primeval instinct is much the same in each case: the desire and the response to desire, sinestra & dextra, yin & yang, Holland & Barrett, VISA & BARCLAYCARD. We are an equal gender, equal fetish publisher."

Asked if he felt there was really a need for these two new titles, Managing Director of the Threadbone Press's Magazine Division Theo Idio-Synkratik, was clear: "Absolutely. Of course. I mean you need twelve covers to make an Annual Calendar and this leaves us just one short." The Unique Dorset 2017 Calendar is expected at almost any moment.


The Unique Dorset Magazine Company has announced two new titles in its "quirky" range of monthly publications for special interest groups.  Critics have branded the move "gratuitous".  Parent company The Threadbone Press insist it is  "rather a simple case of mindless commercial opportunism".

The Unique Dorset Magazine Company has announced two new titles in its "quirky" range of monthly publications for special interest groups. Critics have branded the move "gratuitous". Parent company The Threadbone Press insist it is "rather a simple case of mindless commercial opportunism".


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