Candy is a novel written by Maxwell Kenton, the pseudonym of Terry Southern and Mason Hoffenberg , who wrote it in collaboration for the "dirty book" publisher Olympia Press , which published the novel as part of its "Traveller's Companion" series. Terry Southern and I wrote Candy for the money. He was in Switzerland, I was in Paris. We did it in letters.
Back in , novelist and brilliant satirist Terry Southern and co-writer Mason Hoffenberg scandalized Europe with a little book called Candy , an episodic and for the time sexually explicit chronicle of a high schooler's misadventures with a number of older men in various professions. More or less inspired by Voltaire's Candide , it became a pop culture sensation and inspired a particularly nutty all-star film adaptation with Marlon Brando, James Coburn, Walter Matthau, Richard Burton, etc. That version didn't exactly set the box office on fire, but the film has aged well as a sort of hallucinatory time capsule and earned a notable cult following. Flash forward to at the height of porno chic in theaters around the world, when the time was evidently ripe for another go that more accurately depicts Candy and her frequently sought-after "honey pot.
I would suck your clit for hours until no more resist orgasms. I would like to be between your legs and beautiful and tasty smell your ass every day, all day. 69 you want to do every morning and put my three fingers inside your delicious cream filled hole. I am very excited, many orgasms you provoke me with your lips and your beautiful rich divine tits. Kiss your mouth and would clean all your teeth with my tongue until it gets dark.В