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Sunday, October 14, 2012

WTFckery or Not? You Decide

Time for some disturbing WTFckery!

1. More like Buttmen of the Moor: (the synopsis is a real hoot also)


Synopsis: When Danielle is abducted by a group of well hung beastmen, she’s prepared for the worst. They announce their intention to test her, and judging by the size of their members, she’s sure she’s in for a long night. She soon finds herself trapped helplessly in a circle of shirtless monsters, and the only way out is to give them whatever they want. Will she offer them her tight, young body and earn her freedom, or will she spend the rest of her short life as their captive?

This erotic short story is approximately 4200 words. It contains big, manly men, dozens of oversized ****s and a gang bang that will never be forgotten!"

Also at $2.99, it's a real WTFckery of a steal.

2. It's always a good laugh when people try to dissect why Fifty Shades of Grey has become such a phenomena. This article from the Wall Street Journal made my eyes roll more than once.

"The work’s meteoric rise (more than 20 million copies sold since its publication in March) obviously has a lot to do with James’s success in packaging pages and pages of spanking and unblushingly explicit heavy-breathing sex for an audience of educated, middle-class mums."

Again with the "mummy porn" and how BDSM is acceptable to read when one of the character is emotional disturbed or had some trauma in their past really irks me, including how all romance if porn and again that justifies why so many people read it and it sells so well. I know, an on-going argument that is decades old.

Of course I had to leave this comment; "So BDSM in literature is acceptable if only one of the characters is disturbed? I bet many people involved in the BDSM culture would be offended because how do you know those who participate in BDSM are disturbed emotionally? Where did you get your facts? And you’re reaching here trying to justify why fan fiction fiction like Fifty Shades has become a literary sensation. Calling it porn justifies why so many people read it? Underneath it all, bondage and whatnot, Fifty Shades is a typical romance. So you’re calling the romance genre as a whole, porn?"

3. This one has my flabbergasted. $65 million? Seriously? From ABC News:


"The daughter of a flamboyant Hong Kong tycoon -- who has offered $65 million to any man who can woo her away from her lesbian partner -- said she's not upset with her father. Still, it's unlikely she will be accepting any of the marriage proposals flooding in.

Cecil Chao made world headlines this week when he offered the unusual marriage bounty after learning that his daughter, Gigi Chao, had eloped with her partner to France.

"I'm actually on very, very loving terms with my father. We speak on a daily basis. He just has a very interesting way of expressing his fatherly love," the 33-year-old told The Associated Press.

Cecil Chao said Friday in a separate interview with the AP that reports that his daughter had married were just rumors.

He added that he has received hundreds of offers from suitors since he made the offer and his daughter has probably had thousands.

"I was very surprised about the reaction from around the world," said the 76-year-old tycoon, sporting gold, mirrored sunglasses and a sport jacket over an unbuttoned polo shirt. "Thousands of people writing to say they want to be my in-laws."

4. That must have been one painful sneeze. From Sky News:


"An Italian man shot in the head on New Year's Eve has survived unharmed after sneezing out the bullet. Darco Sangermano, 28, was hit by a stray bullet in front of his shocked girlfriend as they celebrated New Year's Eve and he was immediately rushed to hospital.

While there and amazingly still conscious, labourer Darco sneezed out the .22 calibre bullet and told doctors that, apart from a strong headache, he felt no other pain.

The bullet entered the right side of his head, went through the muscle, broke the temporal bone, passed behind his eye through the socket, hit a bone in his nose and then lodged in his nostril before being sneezed out."

5. Another reason not to enter a roach-eating contest. From Yahoo News:


"The winner of a roach-eating contest in South Florida died shortly after downing dozens of the live bugs as well as worms, authorities said Monday.

About 30 contestants ate the insects during Friday night's contest at Ben Siegel Reptile Store in Deerfield Beach about 40 miles north of Miami. The grand prize was a python.

Edward Archbold, 32, of West Palm Beach became ill shortly after the contest ended and collapsed in front of the store, according to a Broward Sheriff's Office statement released Monday. He was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. Authorities were waiting for results of an autopsy to determine a cause of death.

"Unless the roaches were contaminated with some bacteria or other pathogens, I don't think that cockroaches would be unsafe to eat," said Michael Adams, professor of entomology at the University of California at Riverside, who added that he has never heard of someone dying after consuming roaches. "Some people do have allergies to roaches," he said, "but there are no toxins in roaches or related insects."

6. I really feel sorry for this turtle. Makes you wonder what comes out of this guy's other end? From Io9: 


"The Chinese soft-shelled turtle looks like someone glued the snout of a pig onto the face of a fish, with the texture of a scrotum for good measure. But its bizarre appearance pales in comparison to an even more bizarre, and newly discovered, habit: it urinates through its mouth.

When the turtle breaks down proteins in its liver, it ends up with an abundance of nitrogen, which it expels from its body in the form of urea. Humans are the same — we get rid of urea in the form of urine, via our kidneys. But the soft-shelled turtle has an altogether different route.

The turtle's mouth contains rows of tiny studs that are thought to behave like gills, which supplement the animal's lungs when it stays underwater for protracted bouts. Ip showed that these same studs are also littered with urea transporters — proteins that flush urea out of cells. These proteins are closely related to those found in the kidneys of other turtles. But it's absent in the Chinese soft-shell's kidneys; instead, it's all over the inside of its mouth. And as a result, the level of urea in the turtle's saliva is a "phenomenal" 250 times greater than that in its blood."

7. I really need a new case for my iPhone. What do you think of this nomalcious bling?

"Nom nom nom Pizza Party! Handmade Deco Den whipped iPhone 4 and 4s case. The yummy looking whipped topping is adorned with a glittery pizza slice, alpha beads that spell out "Nom Nom Nom", red heart alpha beads, and yellow and red sparkly rhinestones of various sizes.

You can look all you want at this yummy pizza party phone case, but please don't eat it! Only $5."

8. Toddlers getting served booze at restaurants has become and epidemic. The days of drinking Shirley Temples are long gone it seems From BBC News:


"A restaurant has apologised after a toddler was served whisky instead of fruit juice at his birthday party. Sonny Rees drank the whisky at his second birthday in a Frankie and Benny's restaurant in Swansea. His mother Nina Rees only realised the mistake after he had nearly finished the drink. Sonny, from Pontarddulais in Swansea, was taken to accident and emergency where he was kept under observation by doctors. The toddler is now recovering at home. The restaurant is investigating how the incident happened.

9. First all the cost, let alone this idea skeeves me out. From Io9:


For $1,230, you too can own a 3D-printed model of your unborn fetus

"The Japanese engineering firm Fasotec is teaming up with Tokyo's Parkside Hiroo Ladies Clinic to offer expecting mothers 3D-printed models of their gestating bundles of joy. A mere ¥100,000 will get you a 90x60x40 millimeter "Shape of an Angel," an MRI-scanned keepsake that depicts the fetus in white resin, floating in a block of "amniotic" clear resin."

10. Now we know why Krinkles cereal never took off. You may have nightmares after watching this very old commercial because the clown spokesperson makes me think of the demon clown from Stephen King's IT.



11. This WTFckery Regretsy is so disturbing. I would freak out if I walked into someone's house and saw this coffee table:


I hope you have enjoyed this week's best in WTFckery!

Katiebabs

1 comments:

Blodeuedd said...

Hm..yes let's not read that first book