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Pokémon has been a phenomenon since it was created in 1995, spawning trading cards, video games and a few popular animated TV shows. And now the franchise has its own porn parody, the aptly titled Strokemon. You can check out the trailer for the porn parody, below. Note, it’s just a trailer, so besides some poorly conceived “stroke”-oriented jokes, it's not particularly graphic, and it is sort-of safe for work. The key being sort-of.
Wood Rocket is a company that has been putting together porn parodies for a while, and as this year's Gnardians of the Galaxy porn production showed us, the company is even willing to put together wild costumes when the occasion rises. While the porn company’s version of Pikachu (err Dikachu) is not nearly as masterful as a giant wooden Groot shaped like a dick, the preview for the parody should still be amusing for anyone with general knowledge about the Pokémon franchise. Doubtless you’ll see some familiar characters in the lineup.
The funniest thing about this parody is probably the intro song, which actually features the line, “I’ve touched so many balls.” There’s also the weirdness involved with seeing real-life porn stars dressed as anime characters, but that’s neither here nor there.
While porn can often feature over-the-top premises, Wood Rocket has found a niche over the last several years by putting together porn premises that connect with popular culture. This includes the aforementioned Guardians of the Galaxy porn parody, but also other TV-oriented parodies. We’ve seen our favorite personalities from shows like Bob’s Burgers, a.k.a Bob’s Boners, and Parks and Recreation, a.k.a Porks and Recreation, get a little dirtier. (Remember how much Ron Swanson likes to talk about meat?)
With all of the popular movie and TV projects out there, we’re a little surprised the Wood Rocket team chose Strokemon as its latest project, but the clever title and the opportunity to talk about balls was probably just too much to pass up. Who can really blame ‘em?