|Publication date||December 8, 2013|
SynopsisEdit(Continuing from Vorpal Blade) Frustrated by his unsuccessful sexual encounter, Knobguy attempts to have sex with a gap in the stones of the wall in front of him. The enchantment on his penis proves too powerful, and the wall explodes in a massive orgasm. Further coital attempts with the increasingly ruined wall result in similar orgasmic explosions. City guards arrest Knobguy for his "cock rampage" and throw him into jail. Knobguy immediately destroys the wall and escapes.
Knobguy continues his destructive rampage, and is confronted by King Blowjob, who demands an end to the orgy of violence. King Blowjob engages Knobguy in a fellatial duel, but is defeated and falls asleep before he can make Knobguy orgasm. The city guards capture Knobguy and tie him to a pillory.
King Blowjob recognizes Knobguy as a victim of a curse and offers a reward to anyone who can make Knobguy orgasm. Several attempts are made, all of them unsuccessful. When the doctor tells the king Knobguy's testicles will explode if he does not orgasm within an hour, the Analinguist, who had been rejected earlier, is given a chance. The analiguist is successful, causing Knobguy to orgasm out a winged spirit, breaking the curse.
- "wood vs stone"
- "I think there's some wall fucking in Midsummer Night's Dream, but I can't remember"
- "no trouser can hold me"
- "Fellatiocracracies usually become the more egalitarian handjobocracies"
- "when all you have is fellatio, the whole world starts to look like a cock"
- "One day, the King-Under-the-Blanket will return to save us"
- "no reward as such- we just think it might be rewarding"
- "I always get too much comecake and end up making myself sick."
- "Insomnia messes with your hair. Fact."
- "I also do erotic shadow puppets. We can try those if you like."
- "How did you get that job as a medical emergency?"
- "Feels much roomier in my cock now."
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- "I guess it's about friendship or something."
- At seven pages, Habeas Corpus is the second-longest Oglaf story, second only to Cumsprite.
- "King-Under-the-Blanket" is a reference to The Hobbit, where the dwarven king is referred to as King Under the Mountain.