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Golden showers, also known as urolagnia, urophilia or watersports, is a sexual fetish where one derives pleasure from the practice of peeing on another person. If you had never participated in or witnessed a golden shower before, that changed with the most recent episode of “Girls,” where Hannah’s boyfriend Adam pees on her in the shower. Granted, it’s done more as a joke than as an erotic gesture, but hey, it’s still a golden shower. Hannah didn’t find it funny or arousing though, she got pissed (pun intended) and immediately jumped out of the shower covered in pee.
Amelia has developed a theory that there are two kinds of people in the world: Team Get Mad At Getting Peed On In The Shower and Team Laugh Your Ass Off. I guess there’s also Team Get Turned On, but that wasn’t on the table in this particular scenario. Wherever you fall on the watersports spectrum, you’d better believe that “Girls” has made the golden shower the most talked about sex act. At least, for this week. We’ll see what they come up with next week. I pray to God we don’t have to see Adam in a diaper. Click through to see more important golden shower moments in recent pop culture history.
It’s no fair that talk show hosts like Conan O’Brien get to hang out with baby jaguars and I don’t. Animal handler David Mizejewski, I really think you need to make a stop off at The Frisky offices with your cadre of cute furry things for a visit. We have a conference room you can totally treat as a baby jaguar playpen. I’m sure the rest of the folks at the company won’t mind at all. And you can bring that binturong, too (watch to the end to see what that is). [Conan O'Brien]
We’ve been waiting for someone to come up with a solid spoof of “The Bachelor,” and Michael Ian Black and Ken Marino have finally done it. Their show, “Burning Love,” features Marino as the typical clueless, self-centered bachelor, weeding through a classic assortment of hysterical lunatics and weirdos to find “true love.” Kristen Bell, Malin Ackerman and Ken Jeong — as delectable choice Ballerina — all play potential love matches, as does Jen Aniston in a surprise (big surprise!) cameo.
After watching the most recent episode of “Girls,” I came to a rather interesting conclusion. I think the world can safely be divided up into two types of people: 1) People who would laugh if their significant other peed on them (on purpose, as a surprise) in the shower and 2) people who would be mad if such a thing occurred. I am firmly in Camp Laugh Out Loud, along with Julie and Ami, while Winona and Jessica are in Camp Be Furious. (For those of you wondering where Option 3 — “would be turned on” — is, erotic golden showers are another subject entirely.)
Personally, I would laugh at the utter ridiculous ballsiness of such a prank. Plus, I’m not a germaphobe and even if I was, I figure urine is sterile and besides, I am in the shower cleaning already anyway. What’s NOT funny about that? Well, Hannah on “Girls” didn’t find it funny when new official boyfriend Adam pissed on her as a joke, but perhaps that’s because she’s young. Come to think of it, Jess and Winona are younger than Julie, Ami and I, so maybe appreciating a surprise golden shower for what it is — hilarious! — comes with age and maturity. Yes. That must be it.