Welcome to this week's best in disturbing and jaw dropping WTFckery!
1. This WTFckery book cover needs no snarky opinion from me based on the blurb: (nothing says love like were-unicorn bestiality)
Synopsis: "I thought I was free from Ray, but he catches me with his shapeshifting horse, Unicorn, and forcefully takes me back to the barn. Ray and his cowboy friends gang up on me, each of them taking turns and having their dirty way with me. But I'm no fool - I can escape from their clutches.
Contains explicit, rough sex; were-bestiality (woman and a shapeshifting unicorn); gangbang; fisting; anal sex; double penetration; whiping; constraints.
All characters are depicted as over the age of eighteen. No blood relation is intended. Does not contain sex with naturally-occurring animals.
Aw tighty, whitey love!
I can't stop giggling over this one. So true if you think about it:
2. Recent publishing WTFckery deal #1? More Twilight fan fiction has been sold to a big 6 publisher for a mega deal. From Galleycat:
"Indie romance novelist Sylvain Reynard has inked a “substantial seven-figure deal” with Penguin Group’s Berkley imprint for Gabriel’s Inferno and Gabriel’s Rapture.
The book began as Twilight fan fiction, telling the story of “a sinful exploration of sex, love, and redemption” between a Dante scholar and his graduate student. Reynard had published with Omnific Publishing, a publisher “nurturing talented amateur writers into professional published authors.”
Recent published WTFckery deal #2? I don't agree with this at all. A YA author is now going to write EROTIC romance set in her world she created for her YA world, let along not using another pseudonym? I find this to be WTF. What's more WTF is that I can see more YA authors doing this. I guess adult fiction authors hopping on the YA bandwagon is over and now it's YA authors writing erotica or erotic romance. Also the description of this future book or books sounds disturbing and not empowering or positive at all. From Publishers Weekly:
"Bestselling YA author Andrea Cremer has agreed to do an adult erotic trilogy for Dutton. The author, who is best known for her popular Nightshade series (which Penguin’s Philomel imprint publishes), sold world rights to three books that will be set within the Nightshade world. ... The first book in the series—Dutton said it’s about “the lives, passions, and betrayals of lovers whose very desires invite their dooms.”
3. It's a good thing I don't have Trichtillomania like actress, Olivie Munn has. Can we say ouch? From HuffPo Healthy Living:
"Actress Olivia Munn recently revealed that she pulls out her eyelashes as a result of the "impulsive control" disorder trichotillomania. People with the disorder have the urge to pull out their hair, whether it be on their scalp, eyelashes, eyebrows or elsewhere on the body, leading to thinned hair.
"I don't bite my nails, but I rip my eyelashes," Munn, 32, told the New York Daily News. "It doesn't hurt, but it's really annoying. Every time I run out of the house, I have to stop and pick up a whole set of fake eyelashes."
As many as 4 percent of people may have trichotillomania, according to the National Institutes of Health, and the condition is four times more common among women."
4. If you're going to hit on a woman in a bar, I recommend you don't do what this man did: From Gawker:
"A Longmont, Colorado man was arrested Saturday night at Shooters Grill and Bar in Boulder after he urinated on a woman who turned him down. According to reports, 22-year-old Timothy Paez approached the woman and placed his arm around her. She responded with "um, really?" and Paez retreated. He then allegedly pulled out his penis and began urinating on the woman's leg."
5. I really feel for this vacuum company that can't sell their $1 million vacuums: From Gizmodo:
"GoVacuum.com, the Chantilly, VA based company that recently introduced the world's most Expensive vacuum cleaner, the GoVacuum GV62711- has announced today the $1,000,000 24k gold-plated cleaning machine might sell for less than the $999,999 sale price.
“It's perplexing to me, but as of now we've not sold a single vacuum.” says Justin Haver who created the cleaning wonder and is Vice President of Sales & Marketing at GoVacuum.
“We've had some real interest in the vacuum cleaner, but I guess Billionaires are a bit more frugal than I expected. Perhaps that's how the 1% got so rich; by saving their money?” Haver stated with a baffled look on his face."
6. Instead of an arm and a leg to go to the movies, it's going to cost you your head also. In NYC I paid $14 last weekend to see Magic Mike. Movie ticket prices are rising again. From Deadline Hollywood:
"The average outlay to watch a movie hit $8.12 in Q2, exceeding the previous quarterly high of $8.01 in the last three months of 2010, according to data released today by the National Association of Theater Owners. The ticket price figure represents the average consumer payment, so it reflects both rising fees that theaters charge as well as how many people pay the extra few bucks to see a movie in 3D or IMAX."
7. This is one disturbing WTFckery. Say hello to the penis snake. From Io9:
"Last year, a group of engineers draining a portion of the Madeira River in Brazil discovered six of these creatures, which biologist Julian Tupan identified as Atretochoana eiselti. A. eiselti is a caecilian, one of the oder of amphibians that resembles worms and snakes due to its lack of limbs. It's also the largest known tetrapod to possess no lungs; it's believed that it breathes through its skin, but it's still unclear just how the amphibian manages to intake sufficient oxygen to survive. (doesn't he look like a happy penis snake, though?)
8. Imagine if Lego had a kinky line. First would be 50 Shades of Lego:
9. Cats really have a WTF way of sleeping. My cat used the wooden bar of my chair as a pillow and doesn't mind sleeping on the plug to my fan.
10. And your Regretsy WTFckery is perfect for those who love strange sculptures and are a fan of Cameron Diaz:
Have fun bleaching your mind over this week's best of WTFckery!