Artwork by Jakob Grim. This story is part of the Collection Death To Humans.


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Chocolate Jesus

4.5 out of 5

Sunday school was no place to be on a gorgeous summer day. Ms. Larson would rattle on about how Jesus did this and Jesus did that and how everybody was going to burn in hell if they didn’t live their lives like snobby little pricks who judge everyone else. Alex hated church. His mother forked over five bucks each Sunday for him to put in the collection plate, but, instead, he’d hike on over to Louie’s candy store and buy himself an assortment of candies and chocolates. His mother never knew. She was always wrapped up with Nick. Though the guy was half her age, she hung all over him like he was the last guy on earth. She stopped going to church altogether and started getting on her knees for other things instead.

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December 13, 2023

Grim (Editor's) Notes

Overall (4.5 out of 5)
Prose (Writing) (4 out of 5)
Plot (The Story) (5 out of 5)
Sometimes reality is stranger than fiction, but not many times in the case of Patrick Kill’s work. However, shortly after first publication Chocolate Jesus & Other Perversions, this story was adapted for an off-broadway show performed in Times Square by a religious theater group. Their twist was focused on how sin and the devil can lead you away from God. I’m sure the play was highly redacted from the original story. 😉
Patrick Kill
Patrick Kill
Patrick Kill specializes in writing the most absurd, iconoclastic humorous dark fiction around. At 6’1’’, he is the tallest midget on earth. He is a competitive eater…of children. He prefers footie pajamas with someone else’s feet in them. He fishes for dead bodies in drainage ditches during the day and traps for yeti at night. He is the most ridiculous man in the world. His favorite saying is: “I don’t always eat humans, but when I do, it’s dos Mexicanos. Stay evil, my friends.”
Sometimes reality is stranger than fiction, but not many times in the case of Patrick Kill’s work. However, shortly after first publication Chocolate Jesus & Other Perversions, this story was adapted for an off-broadway show performed in Times Square by a religious theater group. Their twist was focused on how sin and the devil can lead you away from God. I’m sure the play was highly redacted from the original story. 😉Chocolate Jesus
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