Mom, what's the G-spot? Damn it, how does the fucker know? A spot, G. There are spots associated with the whole alphabet: if you start from spot A. Mom, it says the woman's G-spot, I read it. So where is it, I don't get it. She says it's shaped like a bean. And she says G is like a man's P-point. What? Yes, Mom, the man has his point. The beanstalk's in the ear, says the youngest, who's peeking behind the door. Boboys, says the middle one from under the table, if the beanies get close, P shakes and sends the waves straight to G. Eureka.
(Translated by Andreea Grințescu / University of Bucharest, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, MTTLC, year II / Corrected by Silvia Petrescu, coordinator of the translations)
Real Fiction is a collective project started in 2013 by Florin Piersic Jr. The concept of Real Fiction continued to exist as a Facebook group, after a volume of stories was published at Humanitas Publishing House. (In September 2022, the group has 9,250 members.) The authors write ultra-short stories, with the texts limited to 500 characters (in Romanian, so the length of the English translation might be a little different) - a flash-fiction exercise on a topic that changes almost daily. The group's coordinators are Florin Piersic Jr., Gabriel Molnar, Răzvan Penescu, and Luchian Abel. (Drawing by Adrian T. Roman)
Versiunea în română a acestui text se poate citi aici, în rubrica Ficțiuni Reale.