Breaking news for the female anatomy! In New Zealand, it was deemed safe to use the words “vagina” and “discharge” in TV commercials. An advertisement for Carefree Acti-Fresh Panty Liners, which aired in July, was the first to drop the V-bomb on the country. Naturally, the Advertising Standards Authority received many complaints from “disgusted” viewers.
K Spice said, “I have a nine year old who is up until 8 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and he definitely does not need to hear words like that.” God forbid he should know the anatomically correct name for a body part! Another outraged viewer complained that pairing of a naked woman (no genitals showing) and the word vagina was “overly sexual.” Gasp! Keep reading »
Coco is the master of showing off cleave of all kinds — boob, butt and now vadge. In a photo shoot for Craze magazine she wore a silver body suit, which accentuated her cameltoe, or as Ice likes to refer to it, her “nice healthy, well defined coochie.” After the jump, Coco’s nice, healthy, well defined coochie. OK. I’ve officially fulfilled my creep quota for the day. [Coco on WhoSay] Keep reading »
Over the course of working on my novel, Shrinkage, I did a lot of research into penis enlargement practices. My novel is a work of fiction, but some of the real-life stuff I dug up is stranger than anything I could have come up with. Let’s get serious and focus on all the actual ways that you can increase the size of your manhood. But wait, are there really any?
Pills: Products with names like ExtenZe, ErectZan and the somehow recently knighted-sounding Sir Maximus round out the hundreds of offerings in this category. Read more …
Contrary to popular (male) belief, women are simple creatures. We like flip cup and Theroux novels just as much as the next guy. Playing the Devil’s Advocate, here, I know that men and women are very much different, and advertisers have to market different things, but c’mon! Women want an electric razor/vibrator combo about as much as men want an STD testing sock. Multi-tasking gone wrong, people.
You think that’s an exception to products advertised towards women? Wrong. Check out the all the weird female products I was able to conjure up! Like the Kush Support for breast separation. The world is weird, y’all. Read More …
Earlier this week the world watched as 22-year-old Maria Louise Del Rosario screamed, “Dude, it feels so f**king good,” as she got her boyfriend’s name tattooed in her butthole. The video immediately went viral, receiving over 3 million views in three days. The Broward-Palm Beach New Times’ music blog County Grind tracked her down and got to know her better. Like, a lot better. After the jump, eight things you should know about the woman behind the anal tattoo. Pun intended. Be forewarned, some of the material is very graphic.
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