Channing Rambaud has left San Francisco in order to change his life for the better in a little coastal town in Southern California. He's well-provided with mental faculties and the best of corporalities. In fact, he's an eye-catching beau but yet not very successful in regard to lasting social relationships - still sexually busy though, more or less. The only one permanently clinging to him is his most faithful friend "Sir Horace Inchmore" - a remarkable specimen of his kind. And he's something else: utterly "talkative"! "Sir 'Horace" loves to discuss with his Lord and Master all the time and he constantly complains about being incarcerated in his more or less tight fabric prison. And soon he "encounters" other phalli let alone sweet pussies, he turns chatty almost unstoppable. Channing is surprisingly successful in making new friends after he becomes hired as shop assistant in a book and stationary store the very first day, also conveniently being accomodated by his generous new employer Chrisander Yewland. His sex life improves pretty soon by meeting Shawna, and he's becoming the talk of the town because of impressive "Sir Horace" who on his part talks to "Lilly Pink Button", "Martin Dangle-Hood", "Chief Wears-no-hood" and many others, also getting on Channing's nerves any now and then. And there are T.C. and T.J. who are trying to overcome social neglectedness and sexual loneliness and to find their places in life. Not least, Mrs. Eulalia McGullicuddy, a regular customer to the stationary department, commonly known as Miss Eula, an endearing lady in her nineties having a ready tongue and being not exactly shy gives Channing a good time in her own way.