Here comes your weekly dose of WTFckery!
1. Good to know if I'm looking for a romance featuring tentacle love, I can find it on Amazon.
Synopsis: Jane has wanted Rick since she first saw him in her college World History class, and at the frat party, she finally gets her chance. Things go great! They dance, and it’s clear he wants her. She wants nothing more than to have red hot hardcore sex with him, so when he invites her back to his place, she jumps on the chance. When they get started, though, something changes. Before she knows it, Rick is held by tentacles and forced to watch as some kind of alien monster has its way with Jane! It’s a scorching sex encounter, and there’s no way out…of course, Jane discovers soon enough that tentacles are a lot more flexible than cocks. It isn’t long before this college girl is transformed into a tentacle sex slut! Warning: This ebook contains very explicit descriptions of sexual activity during an alien monster sex encounter. It includes tentacle sex, tentacle bondage, forced deepthroat, anal sex, and double penetration. It is intended for mature readers who will not be offended by graphic depictions of sex acts between consenting adults.
2. Some literary book reviews has a major stick up his butt about how book bloggers are the reason "the current standards of literary criticism is in decline." Looks like Sir Peter Stothard's job at the Time Literary might become obsolesce because the rise of bloggers. He feels book bloggers are destroying the way literature is criticized. Another lit fic snob who is running off at the mouth. Anyone can review and just because you may work for the literary publication doesn't mean you're better than any other book reviewer out there. There's no such thing as a "professional reviewer", I'm sorry to say. Or am I mistaken? Can you get a master of PhD in book reviewing? From The Independent:
"The 61-year-old says: "There is a widespread sense in the UK, as well as America, that traditional, confident criticism, based on argument and telling people whether the book is any good, is in decline. Quite unnecessarily."
"Criticism needs confidence in the face of extraordinary external competition," the former editor of The Times says. "It is wonderful that there are so many blogs and websites devoted to books, but to be a critic is to be importantly different than those sharing their own taste… Not everyone's opinion is worth the same."
The rise of blogging has proved particularly worrying, he says. "Eventually that will be to the detriment of literature. It will be bad for readers; as much as one would like to think that many bloggers opinions are as good as others. It just ain't so. People will be encouraged to buy and read books that are no good, the good will be overwhelmed, and we'll be worse off. There are some important issues here."
3. Sexy Pirate Menstrual Pad for $9 anybody? *shudder* (Thanks to Linda Mooney)
4. For some reason the combination of pizza and chocolate chip cookies doesn't sound appetizing at all:
5. Ke$ha has stated she's had sex with a ghost. For some reason, her admitting this doesn't surprise me. From Digital Spy:
"Ke$ha has claimed that she has had sex with a ghost.
The American singer said that her new track 'Supernatural' was inspired by an erotic paranormal experience.
"It's about experiences with the supernatural... but in a sexy way," she told Ryan Seacrest on his KIIS FM radio show.
"I had a couple of experiences with the supernatural. I don't know his name! He was a ghost! I'm very open to it."
6. Perfect gift for those who do a lot of plane travel. Say hello to the Ostrich Pillow. From the Sydney Morning Herald:
"The 'Ostrich Pillow' is a new portable device that its inventors say will "enable power naps anytime, anywhere," including in airport lounges and on planes. Stuffed with synthetic material – "for maximum performance and lightness", according to its inventors – the distinctive-looking pillow has a hole in which to put your head, and a mouth hole designed to allow its wearer to breath easily. It also has two side holes where you can store your hands – if napping at a table in a library, for example.
The Ostrich Pillow has been described on the technology web site CNET as like “a giant garden squash gone soft."
7. Apparently there is something called butt chugging. From The Gleaner:
University of Tennessee investigating 'butt chugging' incident at frat house
"A University of Tennessee vice chancellor this morning said he was "shocked" by reports that a fraternity had engaged in administering an alcohol enema to a member and the administration has begun its probe of the allegations.
Police at 1:15 a.m. Sept. 22 learned about the reported "butt-chugging" enemas using wine after 20-year-old Alexander P. Broughton was taken to the University of Tennessee Medical Center suffering from severe alcohol poisoning. Authorities said Broughton's blood/alcohol level was in excess of 0.40 percent, a near fatal concentration level.
Subsequent investigation that same morning by UTPD officers resulted in 12 citations of underage drinking at the Pi Kappa Alpha house."
9. This might just be the best death scene ever filmed! Get ready to explode into laughter:
From Turkish movie 'Kareteci Kız 1973'
10. This is the first Regretsy WTFckery I wouldn't mind owning. Grey Goose makes everything look better, doesn't it?
Recycled, 3 globe grey goose hanging light fixture item ($155)
"Hanging light fixture with caps and canopy in brushed silver. 3 globes cut from 1.75 liter grey goose bottles with polished edges. adjustible length cords on all 3 lights. grey goose globes are 11" tall by 4" wide. canopy is 23 1/2" long by 4 3/8". light cords are adjustible up to about 52". bulbs not included. hanging hardware included."
I hope you have enjoyed this week's best in WTFkery!