I found these stories amusing, engrossing, disturbing and strange in equal measure. Like his children's stories, particularly Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, these tales are very moralistic, full of vice and retribution but these focus specifically on sexual politics. On one level these stories could all be read as a sort of morality tale condemning the objectification of women for sexual purposes. Or, are they satire? Simply a magnification of men's baser instincts for comedic effect and shock value. Or, is the punishment he dishes out to his lecherous heroes simply a device that Dahl employs so he can expose attitudes not far from his own without appearing to do so? I'm guessing it's a bit of all three.
I doubt I'll ever seek out more of his stories but I am glad I read these. I found the quality uneven with the first story being far superior to the others but all taken together were quite unlike anything I'd read before and I'd recommend them based on that alone.