Here’s a mildly amusing movie about baby chickens and what you shouldn’t do with them. Takes forever to load but only produces a mild giggle. Yes, it’s late and I need content for this site to fill my daily quota of garbage for you. Please, be kind.
Here’s a fun trampoline game for you to play. I seem to be exceptionally good at the “land-on-your-head” trick.
Sex and death do make strange bedfellows but are successfully paired in the Kinky Casket website. The website features a variety of photo essays with several women draped over coffins. The images are soft-core (lots of skin, no visible nipples or genitalia) so use your discretion. From an outsider’s point-of-view I understand little about these kinds of fetishes as they do little to *ahem* arouse any interest in me. However, if my suspicions hold there is a latent audience. I just don’t want to meet them.
While this website often times serves as a vehicle for shameless self-promotion, my close friends have wondered why I don’t use it as a vehicle to promote any other talents that I have. So fine, I’ll relent. Here are two songs from a total of fourteen that a friend helped me record a few months ago. The first song “The Star” is just my voice and a ukulele. The ukulele is drenched in echo to give it an odd otherworldly effect. In the second song “S” I triple-tracked my vocals and played some really bad xylophone near the end. It helped that the song was in the key of C. Yes, the songs are sappy but at least the words rhyme.
The Audi-oh sound responsive pleasure system is the latest breakthrough in personal stimulation devices. What separates it from the competition is its ability to convert sound waves from either ambient noise or music into pleasurable vibrations. It can channel sound two ways: through the built-in microphone or from a direct audio-in port. As difficult as it is to believe, somewhere in the world experts in the field of pleasure technology are creating a device that will outdo even this. In the interim, enjoy the Audi-oh.
This is not a walkman. That is not an earbud.
Granted it is summertime and most of us wish we could be spending our afternoons on the beach. But in the quiet, contemplative evening let’s make snowflakes.
Here’s an excellent resource reviewing the places to take care of one’s business in the city in which I live. Add your own review of your favourite spot as well.