It’s OK, U.K. Chuck Tingle finally wrote an erotic ebook about the Brexit

Britain’s contentious decision to exit the European Union has simply dominated the news cycle since a formal announcement was made on Friday. Citizens are filled with regret, wishing they could take the vote back and forget the Brexit ever happened.

This whole mess could’ve been avoided if the U.K. believed in love, thereby making it real. And by it, I mean a utopian Buckaroo society of British butt-pounders—perhaps the best analogy for a united EU.

In between searching for nudes of the entire continent of Europe, Chuck Tingle was able to crank out a tingler that should give the world a whole lot of hope. In fact, the future can be a beautiful thing if you buy into erotica king Tingle‘s latest captivating tale.

The man who brought you Feeling the Bern in My Butt has finally weighed in on the most consequential decision the British people have faced since naming the latest Dr. Who successor. Pounded by the Pound follows the adventures of Alex Liverbort and his lover, a sentient British pound from the future.

The time-traveling coin came throttling back to present-day London to give Liverbort a throttling—while also trying to save the United Kingdom. In Pounded by the Pound, the future is pretty fuckin’ bleak:

Without another thought, I jump up from the bench and run forward, diving through the trans universal slice and ending up carried to a hellish landscape of fire and smoke on the other side… Strange creatures circle the sky in red uniforms with large black hats, dressed in the Queen’s Guard but with leathery reptilian wings and extended knifelike teeth.

Packed with “4,200 words of sizzling human on monetary unit action, including anal, blowjobs, rough sex, cream pies and living pound love,” Tingle’s latest opus just might be the fix that British citizens need to soldier on and reclaim their country—but with love instead of another referendum.

April Siese

April Siese

A former Weekend Editor at the Daily Dot, April Siese's reporting covers everything from technology and politics to web culture and humor. Her work has been published by Bustle, Uproxx, Death and Taxes, Rolling Stone, the Daily Beast, Thrillist, Atlas Obscura, and others. Siese joined Quartz in December 2016.