Lots of sexy shenanigans have been going on that I’ve missed out on reporting recently, from controversial presidential canidate Donald Trump defending the size of his penis, to the Steel Panthers letting their fans flash on stage.

Donald trump being gangsta for reals his penis aint small y'all

Donald Trump defends the size of his penis –  Donald trump was recently mocked by Marco Rubio who said “He’s like 6’2, which is why I don’t understand why his hands are the size of someone who is 5’2. And you know what they say about men with small hands? You can’t trust them.” Trump however seems to jumped the the wrong conclusions, misquoting Rubio ‘if they’re small, something else must be small.’ It seems to me he drew the connection unnecessarily, a sign of a lady that doth protest too much, methinks?

Steel Panther groupies flash breasts on stage – Steel Panther groupies left no question on a matter of size as they flashed their lady parts on stage at a gig in Florida. The show certain had the sex part of rock ‘n’ roll down when these ladies were invited to join the band members on stage and go wild. I think it’s actually a sign of gender equality, since half the band members were already showing nipple in their cut up, revealing outfits.

Swedish health minister: Loud sex is healthy – Maybe there should be more Rock ‘n’ Roll in sex as Gabriel Wikstrom, Health Minister of Sweden supported the right to having loud sex after one disgruntled man complained about his neighbors’ noise on twitter. He then went on in a later interviewing by saying that it’s good to promote sex, which is so often portrayed negatively and with stigma in media.

Identical twins plan to fall pregnant simultaneously so their bodies are the same – Anna and Lucy DeCinque have gone on record to show that some identical twins will go the distance to look as much like each other as possible. The two have gone through multiple surgeries and even calorie count exactly what they eat so that they’re bodies look the same. They now plan on getting pregnant at the exact same time to remain identical, possibly by the single boyfriend they both share. I just want to see their reaction if their children end up looking different…

 

  • NeilW

    Trump’s tool – Trump seems to be capable of interpreting anything to mean anything but then, that’s politicians for you. I wonder if Trump’s pubic hair is styled similarly to the stuff on his head, whatever it is? (and, no, I don’t want to know, thanks). The thing that puzzles me here is that I get the impression (from movies, admittedly), that Americans do a lot of posturing over dick size, both metaphorically and literally. As a Brit, well, it’s just not the done thing, is it? Oh, and Miss SC? Have a house point for the Much Ado About Nothing quote.

    Heavy metal boobs – I have no objection whatsoever to the ladies in question flashing. None. Best to get that straight right from the start. But I do have a number of questions. One – do ladybits include nipples? I thought ladybits were, you know, undercarriage. Two – gender equality: barechested males and barebreasted ladies are not equal, because of the value judgment which society applies to the bare female breast (In which context I refer to your own falling out [sorry, not in that sense!] with the radio blokes). It’s not fair, it’s not right, but that doesn’t mean it’s not true. Three – the newspaper article (and I know it’s the Daily Star – for the benefit of non-Brits, the Daily Star barely qualifies as a newspaper at all) refers to this incident and a Mariah Carey concert bumflash as evidence that “concerts involving any kind of modesty are few and far between.” Isn’t this jumping to conclusions just a bit?

    Noisy fucking Swedes – there are two issues here: sex and noise. As far as sex is concerned, I support everything he says, with a single reservation over noise. Noise is one of the main banes of otherwise peaceful existence in western society. Whether it’s music, car engines, aircraft, DIY, fretful babies, loud sex, or anything else, it can drive you completely bonkers to the extent that it can distort your judgement and make you behave out of character and antisocially. “But it’s my right…” Yes, and it’s my right to have a peaceful existence without Bob Marley coming from your summer garden barbecue at half past 3 in the morning. I can quite imagine regular cries of passion coming through the party wall while you’re trying to grab some much-needed kip – perhaps you’ve just arrived home knackered after travelling halfway round the world, for instance – disturbing your peace of mind as well as your sleep. The answer has to be mutual consideration, triple glazing, better wall insulation, and noise-absorbing condoms.

    Super-twins – this is a difficult one to balance. The tolerant part of me says, hey, it’s their lives, nobody is being hurt, let them get on with things as they wish. The less tolerant bit of me thinks that this is not a sensible way to go through life, and that their use of the word “need” when what they really mean is “want” is daft. The tolerant bit then goes on to say “But you’re not a twin, what do you know about it?” The less tolerant bit ignores that completely and says “They look as if they’re spent a fortune on body modification. How pointless.” And I’m left confused and conflicted, so thank you very much for that.

  • NeilW

    Trump’s tool – Trump seems to be capable of interpreting anything to mean anything but then, that’s politicians for you. I wonder if Trump’s pubic hair is styled similarly to the stuff on his head, whatever it is? (and, no, I don’t want to know, thanks). The thing that puzzles me here is that I get the impression (from movies, admittedly), that Americans do a lot of posturing over dick size, both metaphorically and literally. As a Brit, well, it’s just not the done thing, is it? Oh, and Miss SC? Have a house point for the Much Ado About Nothing quote.

    Heavy metal boobs – I have no objection whatsoever to the ladies in question flashing. None. Best to get that straight right from the start. But I do have a number of questions. One – do ladybits include nipples? I thought ladybits were, you know, undercarriage. Two – gender equality: barechested males and barebreasted ladies are not equal, because of the value judgment which society applies to the bare female breast (In which context I refer to your own falling out [sorry, not in that sense!] with the radio blokes). It’s not fair, it’s not right, but that doesn’t mean it’s not true. Three – the newspaper article (and I know it’s the Daily Star – for the benefit of non-Brits, the Daily Star barely qualifies as a newspaper at all) refers to this incident and a Mariah Carey concert bumflash as evidence that “concerts involving any kind of modesty are few and far between.” Isn’t this jumping to conclusions just a bit?

    Noisy fucking Swedes – there are two issues here: sex and noise. As far as sex is concerned, I support everything he says, with a single reservation over noise. Noise is one of the main banes of otherwise peaceful existence in western society. Whether it’s music, car engines, aircraft, DIY, fretful babies, loud sex, or anything else, it can drive you completely bonkers to the extent that it can distort your judgement and make you behave out of character and antisocially. “But it’s my right…” Yes, and it’s my right to have a peaceful existence without Bob Marley coming from your summer garden barbecue at half past 3 in the morning. I can quite imagine regular cries of passion coming through the party wall while you’re trying to grab some much-needed kip – perhaps you’ve just arrived home knackered after travelling halfway round the world, for instance – disturbing your peace of mind as well as your sleep. The answer has to be mutual consideration, triple glazing, better wall insulation, and noise-absorbing condoms.

    Super-twins – this is a difficult one to balance. The tolerant part of me says, hey, it’s their lives, nobody is being hurt, let them get on with things as they wish. The less tolerant bit of me thinks that this is not a sensible way to go through life, and that their use of the word “need” when what they really mean is “want” is daft. The tolerant bit then goes on to say “But you’re not a twin, what do you know about it?” The less tolerant bit ignores that completely and says “They look as if they’re spent a fortune on body modification. How pointless.” And I’m left confused and conflicted, so thank you very much for that.