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The Birdo Queen By dubblebubble -- Report

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Peach and Daisy get captured by a voluptuous female dinosaur, with some tasty plans for the both of them.
Hope you enjoy! This is definitely one of the categorically hardest vore stories I've written, so if that's not your thing, feel free to back away.
As well, it also, (in addition to its upcoming sequel) frankly, has very little to do with the Mario series. But it does include the characters in unique situations, so it counts.
Written as a commission for Saintheartwing, thanks a bunch! Feel free to add any tags I may have missed.

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10younameit

Posted by 10younameit 1 month ago Report

Hey loved the story hut some issues with it is that birdo doesn't have teeth to eat cooked meat like peach so she can sawllow them both whole and digest them instead of cooking and eating peach and look I know you have mental health issues and I hope it's getting better best of luck to you

dubblebubble

Posted by dubblebubble 1 month ago Report

thanks for the comment. I like to think the birdo mouth has whatever it needs in that long, dark, tubular chasm of hers, somewhere. Appreciate the encouragement, friend

Slimshod

Posted by Slimshod 1 month ago Report

Just a tip on uploading to Eka's: if you use 97 doc format you'll make it easier for mobile viewers to read the story. Anything outside of that and RTF tends to end up off-center so you have to move the whole passage left and right to read it. 97 Doc will get rid of indentation, though it will keep paragraph breaks.

dubblebubble

Posted by dubblebubble 1 month ago Report

Appreciate the advice. Precisely, how do I convert the piece to that particular format of doc? I typically just download the file from Google Docs in a word format

Slimshod

Posted by Slimshod 1 month ago Report

Google might let you download in doc format, otherwise you can use LibreOffice, a free word processor that's easily comparable to Word. I'm not sure if it has a mobile variant though.