Image via Reddit (unrelated to story) Remember Royston Chan’s story for Reuters about eggs soaked in the urine of “virgin boys”? I have yet to be able to eat a marinated egg since reading that story without gagging. I’m not going to be able to take any urokinase, either (not that I ever would), after reading... Read more »
Nature: Ring, ring
Man: Not now, Nature, I'm in the car.
Nature: Ring, ring, bitch.
Man: Nature, I said I'm in the goddamn c--
Nature: DON'T YOU DARE SASS ME WHEN I'M RINGING, HOMO ERECTUS, OR HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN WHAT I DID TO YOUR LAST LADY FRIEND?
Because of ads like the above. No one — and I mean NO ONE, except possibly Horst Schultz, who holds the record for “greatest distance attained for a jet of semen” — has the ability to piss with that arc and that range, not to mention enough velocity to ensure minimal — i.e. NONE, because... Read more »
A poster on Reddit recently saw the above in a restroom and assumed it was a public service announcement. And why wouldn’t it be? The peeing about as accurate as a Tim Tebow pass, the squatting on the rim of the toilet, the doggy-style whizzing, the blowjob… all worthy of a public reminder: AVOID. Couple wrinkles,... Read more »
Oh, where do we begin? With the virgins or the urine? With the eggs or the soaking of said eggs in the urine of virgins?
How does a story on Reuters -- written by Royston Chan (broaching poaching topics no one else will) -- that begins like this:
It's the end of a school day in the eastern Chinese city of Dongyang, and eager parents collect their children after a hectic day of primary school.
Get to here:
Some government departments in China ask its female civil service candidates to write about their menstrual cycle. As China Daily first reported among English media: She said she was told to fill in a form that asked about the date of her first menstruation and her menstrual cycle. “I felt so odd answering those questions. What... Read more »