Pick of the Week
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Here’s my grab-bag pick of last weeks best illustration inspiring celebrity gossip, scandals, arts, entertainment, & just plain quirky stories & picture sexiness. A weekly round-up for busy pervs. There’s pictures—reading optional.
Disclaimer: Any comments I make are purely satirical, totally without foundation, and would claim that gooey stuff is just ectoplasm.
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Last weeks best stories & pics
“People are like, ‘Miley thinks she’s a black girl, but she’s got the flattest ass ever.’ I’m like, I’m 108 pounds! I know!’”
Then dropped the bong bomb with drug use admission to MTV (mirror.co.uk).
“One time I smoked a joint with peyote in it and I saw a wolf howling at the moon.”
Blimey! All I got from psilocybin was Bob Ross breakdancing under a happy little tree!
Prudity of course is something rolled out when younger people are getting too much sexual-tension attention—but it didn’t hold back gran’s twerking at 01:33 in the clip here.
|Nope, it’s turned me off her||37%|
|Have never been a fan||35%|
|Yeah, twerk that ass, Miley!||28%|
This poll has now been archived.
Jessica Simpson gave huge cleavage candids in Calabas (hotcelebshome.com).
Updated 5th July 2015.
Dead link. Apologies.
Oops! Nicki Minaj flashed a tittie on the Warner Bros. lot on her way to see Ellen (huffingtonpost.com).
You can catch the tittie flash piccie and
more here (celebrityoopsdigest
Vanessa Hudgens shook her booty at Bootsy Bellows (egotastic.com).
Oh, and don’t dare miss these slinky Nessa
Courtney Stodden did an artsy fetish photoshoot with Nick Knight (dailymail.co.uk).
“Courtney was previously attempting to become a modern-day Angelyne for the YouTube age with her self-released photo shoots and ‘fetish’ videos.”
Reading an article by Nick Knight OBE on his digital manipulations in an issue of Wired magazine sometime before the noughties first raised my eye to how eventually artists would firmly embrace the digital world and I was a huge fan of his unconventional models, especially in the form of the the ultra long legged German supermodel Nadja Auermann.
Nick Knight (wikipedia.org).
Here’s Courtney and her DD+ fetish bowling balls for Nuts (egotastic.com).
Iggy Azalea gave see-thru top nipplage at Paris Fashion Week (dailymail.co.uk).
Here’s those pics and more uncensored (hawtcelebs.com).
Ariana Grande raised cheerleader fantasy prospects (egotastic.com).
Kimberley Garner gave bikini bottom hotness in St. Tropez (egotastic.com).
The lower half replica even
pees squirts too!
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Arts, culture, tech. & funnies
Hundreds set twerking world record in New York (uk.msn.com).
“…350 people twerked their way into the Guinness World Record books for the most people twerking simultaneously for two consecutive minutes.”
“As she grabbed my arm she lifted my skirt exposing me—I pulled my arm back with such force that I landed a punch square on her nose.”
Note the security chap pulling them offstage there in the video using the tittie-clasp maneuver.
The protest group claimed the topless attention-grabbing stage invasion was to show fashion as “one of the main outposts of the sex industry.” Oh, the irony. I’m ever-dubious of attempts to “protect women’s rights” which tell them what they have a right to do and not do.
Nude haunted house will scare your pants off (web.orange.co.uk).
“The event at Shocktoberfest in Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania, dares participants to either lose their pants completely or keep on their underwear … as they venture through the ‘Unknown Haunted House’.”
Note the additional cleaning charge if they scare the piss out of you too.
Trumpington village hall bans bondage enthusiasts (web.orange.co.uk).
“It did not say bondage on the booking form…. Some of our little old ladies who come to play bingo will be upset.”
Why Japan embraced sex in art with a passion (theguardian.com).
“The image of an ecstatic woman having cunnilingus administered by an octopus would seem to be far removed from the mainstream of any major artistic tradition. Yet this is one of the most famous pictures by Hokusai, perhaps the greatest Japanese print artist of his or any other time.”
The question it aims to answer here is why the Japanese are so much more open to depicting sex.
Actually though, it’s not as clear cut that they are: tentacle erotica, that ubiquitous paradigm of modern Japanese hentai and porn was born as metaphor to get around strict Japanese censorship regulations which prohibit the depiction of the penis, but not penetration by a tentacle or similar.
So although JAV and hentai titles may export some real ultra hardcore weirdness around the globe, sexual depiction in Japanese culture does have its own quirky censorship lines drawn like the rest of us.
“Halfway through Kitagawa Utamaro’s series of prints Poem of the Pillow, one of the most elegant and exquisitely refined works of erotica ever created, we are given a sudden view of coition seen from directly behind a pair of large, hairy and rather gnarled testicles.”
Damn things are always getting in the way.
Hummingbird aims to give Google the ability to conceptualise (wired.co.uk).
“Among the small advances that will eventually start showing up in search results are a comparison tool that will, for example, show nutrition information when you search ‘butter vs olive oil’ or planet size when you search ‘earth vs neptune.’”
In other words it will be able to greater match the ads it serves you with regards to what you searched for.
Actually though, Bing Images seems to have got the hang of conceptualising already.
But celebrating its 15th year, is Google getting closer to what Eric Schmidt called the “creepy line?“ (news.cnet.com).
“Instead of just perusing the Web to help us fix leaky faucets or solve crossword puzzles, Google is keeping a fully indexed copy of our e-mail archive. It’s remembering our social contacts and their personal information. It’s running image-recognition algorithms on photos we upload to our online document repository. It’s transcribing our spoken words into text messages. It’s seeing where in the physical world we're located and where we want to go. It’s seeing where on the Internet we go, too. On top of that, Google scrutinizes all the data in detail to anticipate what we want or need.”
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