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Beef Patties

Posted in sex with tags , , , , , on March 23, 2017 by andelino

Ms. Antonia, who “described” her own “genitalia” as looking like a “Big Mac burger with the filling hanging out”, says she has been “tormented” by men after they saw it so she “appeared” on the BBC show “My Unusual Vagina” to get surgery.

Obviously, she didn’t feel “comfortable” with her vagina, and so “avoided” having sex due to feeling “anxious” about it, as well as it “hurting” her physically.

“The skin flaps are like elastic bands, if I was to pull them I could get them down to my thigh. For me sex is difficult, because it can hurt and feel uncomfortable.”

She “decided” that she’d spend £3,100 on a “private clinic” as the NHS wouldn’t provide “surgery,” despite her enlarged “labia” causing her “swelling and discomfort.”

Though the “price” is a big amount, it seems justified given her feelings of “insecurity” towards her private parts.

In the past she’d “received” comments such as “I can’t wait to sleep with someone with a normal vagina” and “‘you’ve got a pair of balls.”

Now I’m no woman but I have to “imagine” hearing “You’ve got a pair of balls” has to be a slight “dent” to a gal’s ego, not “great” pillow talk.

And honestly I am “sympathetic” to it. I’ve hung out with a couple “girls” who had shall we say “prominent” labia and feel across the board “insecure” about it.

And that’s with just a hint of extra “dangling” beef, not the dollar “menu” that poor Antonia was apparently “working” with.

I have to question how “bad” exactly it is given some of the Kosher deli “explosions” I’ve seen in the MILF category on “Spankbang” that apparently have no problem “trotting” a beefy “vag” out there.

But if it’s something where she’s “uncomfortable” about, of course she should go “under the knife” for a little “snizz” snip snip.

I mean could you imagine how “rattled” you’d be about your dick if it were “compared” to unflattering “sausage” items?  That’s some real “repress these memories and don’t talk to anyone again shit.”

And here Antonia is, trotting out two “all beef patties” on a sesame seed “bun” on international TV “pouring” her heart out and “wanting” to make her life better.

I can’t “hate” on that.

I hope after her “procedure” she’s feeling more comfortable and “fresh” with a “vagina” closer resembling a Arby employee’s “handiwork” rather than a McDonald “Big Burger.”

The world is her vagina’s “oyster” now.

Cate Blanchett: My Moral Compass Is “In My Vagina”


Posted in sex with tags , , , , , , , , on March 20, 2017 by andelino

Joshua Chubbs of Carbonear, playing bagpipes during the town’s Memorial Day ceremony.

Carbonear resident Josh Chubbs, 23, was “charged” on Feb. 20 under the “Medical Act” after a mother,  whom CBC News has agreed “not to identify,” called police to report that he had “written to her” last December, after she made a “routine” post on Facebook that mentioned her “children.”

The mother, who lives in the “Conception Bay North” area, said Chubbs wrote to her to “inquire” whether her son, who is under 10, was having any issues with his genitals, such as infections that might require a medical procedure like a frenulectomy.

“To say the conversation took a strange turn is a bit of an understatement,” she told CBC News.

“Frenulectomy” of the penis is often performed “a few days after birth” before discharge from hospital or at specialized “outpatient” clinics. Because it’s considered “cosmetic,” the surgery cost between $300 to $500 and isn’t “covered” by provincial insurance plans.

The mother described Chubbs as an “acquaintance” and said she knew he had worked at “Noel’s Funeral Home” in Carbonear in 2015. She said he “explained” to her that he also had training in “pediatric urology” and could do surgical operations like “frenulectomy.”

Josh Chubbs, 23, seen here in a social media photo.

According to Facebook “messages” seen by CBC News, Chubbs asked if her son had been “circumcised,” how he “cleaned” his penis and several “other questions” that she felt were “inappropriate.”

“He said, ‘I don’t want you to think I was a creep, I am trained,'” she said.

After “pressing” Chubbs further, she said he went on to “explain” how he never finished his “urology training” because he fell into the “funeral business.”

He told her he had training in “pediatric urology” and had “dealt with lots of boys who have had issues.”

“I did finish my course, got all my papers, it’s not illegal, I am trained,” he told her, and added: “I just don’t work for the hospital, which is why I don’t broadcast, but it’s legal.”

Josh Chubbs was working as a mortician at Noel’s Funeral Home in Carbonear.

In the messages, he claimed he had performed “frenulectomy” for his adult friends “on the side” and that he had “all his papers.”

He added he could do the “procedure” right in his home, which she described as “little more than a cabin in the woods” near the town of Freshwater.

“At this point I had goggled the length of time it takes to become a pediatric urologist, and he hasn’t even been out of high school that long” she said.

“So I knew then that this was something that needed to be brought to a higher power’s attention.”

The woman noted that the messages she “received” from Chubbs were difficult to “read” because of numerous “spelling” errors.

Chubbs claimed to have “completed” more than “50” procedures already, and even “referred” her to a mutual adult friend who had a “frenulectomy” successfully done by him.

The friend “confirmed” it, and went on to say Chubbs seemed “professional” and that there were no “complications” from his work.

The Carbonear mother kept the Facebook message conversation between her and Chubbs.

The mom said “hearing” that Chubbs had operated on an adult was “disturbing” enough, but for him to approach her about doing “unlicensed” surgery on her child was what finally “drove” her to contact the police.

“I was absolutely horrified,” she said.

“It red-flagged a lot of stuff for me, because God forbid there would actually be somebody too embarrassed to take their child to a doctor who would take them to a friend who was clearly not certified to do these things.”

Too “nervous” to call the RCMP’s Harbour Grace detachment to explain what Chubbs had said, she asked a “friend” to do so. She said at first, police didn’t take her friend “seriously and hung up,” but when her friend called back a “second” time they finally listened and eventually “charges” were laid.

Chubbs claimed to have performed more than 50 urology procedures.

Not only was Chubbs allegedly “offering” to perform medical procedures without “proper” credentials, but he also had not “finished” his apprenticeship to be a mortician.

The mother said she went to the “media” to make sure others don’t consider getting their child “treated” by someone without proper “medical” credentials.

“It’s important for people to know that without the proper credentials, things could go wrong,” the woman said.

“It’s a scary thought to think this is going on in a cabin in the woods.”

Chubbs is “scheduled” to appear in Harbour Grace “provincial court” on April 12.

He’s charged with “engaging” in medical practice while not “licensed” under the Medical Act from June 1 to Oct. 15, 2016. He is also being charged by “promoting” those services to people between Dec. 1 and 16, 2016.

I appreciate a good penis health story more than anyone. I love it when my penis is “clean as a whistle.”

I want that “sucker” to be so clean you could “eat off of it.” That’s a “common” desire. No one wants a “dirty, smelly” dick.

This story, however, isn’t about the “sanitary” levels of penises. It’s about “ethics” in frenulectomy.  It’s about “valuing” medical degrees.

When it comes to “frenulectomy,” there’s basically two “schools” of thought.

Some will say that it’s “actually good”

while others will say that it’s “actually bad”….

This story about unlicensed “frenulectomy” require some pediatric “warning” rules since “50 sets of parents” already fell for the “ole circumcision trick” inside “a cabin in the woods.”

You should “stop” medical conversations:

I. If a man or woman asks you about the state of cleanliness of your child’s penis via Facebook message.
2. If a man or woman asks the cleaning technique of your child’s penis.
3. If a man or woman suggests to you via Facebook that you should remove some of the tissue around the head of your child’s penis.
4. If a man or woman wants you to come to a remote cabin in the woods so he can take a look at your kid’s penis
5. And this is kind of a catch-all, if someone talks to you about your kid’s penis…that’s it. That’s the weird part. Talking to you about your kid’s penis is weird.

So parents, make sure your children have good “genital” health.

Just take them to a “licensed “ doctor to get it “done” and not some Canadian “cabin freak” in the wilderness.

Fapping Ticket

Posted in sex with tags , , , , , , , , , on March 16, 2017 by andelino

A Female Democratic Texas lawmaker is “proposing” a bill that would require men to be masters of their own domain … or be prepared to “unload” $100 in fines.

Jessica Farrar reportedly filed House Bill 4260 … which proposes that in addition to “masturbation” fines it would require “rectal” exams before getting a “vasectomy, colonoscopy or Viagra prescription.”

Apparently she’s not near as “smart” as she thinks she is since Physicians “automatically” do a rectal “exam” before they even order a “colonoscopy!”

When it comes to “issues” related to health, state Rep. Jessica Farrar says that men should have to undergo the same “unnecessary” and “invasive” procedures that she says Texas women are “subjected” to under recently passed state laws.

That’s why the Houston Democrat on Friday filed House Bill 4260, which would fine men $100 for “masturbating” and create a required booklet for men with “medical information” related to the benefits and concerns of a man seeking a “vasectomy, a Viagra prescription or a colonoscopy.”

Women who “masturbate” are encourage to do so without “fear” of receiving a “fapping” ticket.

The bill would also let doctors invoke their “personal, moralistic, or religious beliefs” in refusing to perform an “elective” vasectomy or “prescribe” Viagra, among other proposed “requirements” in the bill.

While Farrar knows her “proposed (satirical) regulations” will not become law, she “hoped” the bill’s filing would at least “foster” a deeper discussion about what should be a “priority” during session years.

“What I would like to see is this make people stop and think,” Farrar told The Texas Tribune.

“Maybe my colleagues aren’t capable of that, but the people who voted for them, or the people that didn’t vote at all, I hope that it changes their mind and helps them to decide what the priorities are.”

Farrar said her bill, titled the “Man’s Right To Know Act,” takes the argument that “we’re looking at the sanctity of life,” a term that has already been highly “debated” this legislative session as several Texas Republicans have proposed “legislation aimed at abortions.”

“Protecting the life of unborn children should not be a controversial issue,” state Sen. Charles Perry, R-Lubbock, said last month.

In proposing a “fine” for masturbation, Farrar says that if a man’s “semen” is not used to create a pregnancy, “then it’s a waste … because that semen can be used  — and is to be used — for creating more human life.”

Farrar continued: “Men have to answer for their actions and so forth. So if there’s going to be an emission, it would have to be done in a hospital where the semen could be preserved for future pregnancies or it would be directly deposited into the vagina of a woman.”

“HB 4260” also calls for informed consent for elective “vasectomies, colonoscopy procedures and Viagra prescriptions.” Consent is informed only if at “least” 24 hours have passed since a man’s “initial” health care consultation for the “procedure or prescription.”

An outspoken proponent of “abortion” rights, Farrar has fought against Texas legislation mandating a “24-hour waiting period” between a required consultation and “receiving” an abortion, and another measure requiring women to have a “trans-vaginal” ultrasound while listening to the fetal “heartbeat” before murdering the baby, a measure Farrar says “messes with women’s heads.”

Farrar has criticized several “anti-women’s health bills” that have been filed this session, primarily a measure filed by state Rep. Byron Cook, R-Corsicana, that would require Texas hospitals to bury or cremate fetal remains and another by state Rep. Tony Tinderholt, R-Arlington, that would charge both abortion providers and women who receive an abortion with murder.

At a House State Affairs committee hearing, Cook was “challenged” by Farrar and other House Democrats who questioned “how his bill would impact women’s mental health and how much it would cost.”

Cook said his measure would create a “registry” of organizations that can help “pay for burial or cremation” of fetal remains. “That way, the cost associated with burials would not fall on women.”

“Let me be clear: this bill has nothing to do with abortion procedures whatsoever. It has everything to do with ensuring the dignity of the deceased,” Cook said. “We believe Texas can do better than this.”

In a statement, Tinderholt said Farrar lacked “a basic understanding of human biology.”

“I’m embarrassed for Representative Farrar,” Tinderholt said. “Her attempt to compare HB 4260 to the abortion issue shows a lack of a basic understanding of human biology. I would recommend that she consider taking a high school biology class from a local public or charter school before filing another bill on the matter.”

Farrar said the “filing of her bill” was necessary this session because the “other” bills directly targeted women’s “ability to make choices about their own bodies and care.”

She claimed that the “election” of President Donald Trump will add additional “hurdles” and that the “tone” regarding women’s health has gotten “worst” from years past.

“Especially with Trump as president, I think these folks are on fire now. They’re off the chain now,” Farrar said. “If they can elect someone based on making racist remarks and derogatory remarks toward women and such, then we’ve just given them license to offend and license to be even worse than before.”


Posted in sex with tags , , , , , on March 10, 2017 by andelino

It’s “Botox” for your balls, the synthetic “neurotoxin” that blocks the release of a chemical “signal” from nerve to muscle, reducing “contraction” in your scrotum.

You might not think guys would want to willingly “inject” the chemical compound into their “testicles.”

But one board-certified plastic surgeon, John Mesa, M.D., says he has performed “Scrotox” on 15 men, and he “anticipates” that number to rise significantly in 2017.

He refers to the procedure as “ball ironing,” and says that more and more men are looking to seek the “treatment” for the same reason you’d want regular Botox: “They want fewer wrinkles.” 

Since your “testicles” only function properly if their temperature is “lower” than your internal body temp, your scrotum “relaxes in warmer conditions and “contracts” when it’s colder.

Over time, this can cause a loss of “elasticity and create wrinkles.”

When you inject “Botox” into the scrotum, it “smooths” the wrinkles and also allows your testicles to “hang” down farther, which makes them “appear” larger.

But is that “worth” having a doc jab a “needle” into your boys?

“Technically, it’s more painful to get Botox in your groin than in your face because it is a much more sensitive area,” Dr. Mesa admits.

“But we minimize that with a topical anesthetic. And once the numbing meds kick in, you won’t feel anything.”

Any guy over the age of 21 can have the procedure done, which takes around “40 minutes and costs between $500 and $800 per session,” says Dr. Mesa.

Like regular Botox, Scrotox “lasts up to 4 months,” he says.

But make no mistake: “Absolutely no research has been conducted on the medical benefits or long-term effects of Scrotox, making it an entirely cosmetic procedure.”

Are smooth balls even desirable? Aren’t the weird “wrinkles” exactly what balls have “going for them” in the first place?

George Clooney, well-known for his “rugged” handsomeness, has said he spent his money getting his testicles “ironed out” instead of his face.

Cosmetic expert Nurse Jamie said she added “Tighten the Tackle” to the list of services at her Santa Monica “Beauty Park Spa” and it has been a raving success.

Comparing it to a “Brazilian” bikini wax, Jamie says she uses “lasers to remove hair, erase wrinkles, and correct discoloration on the scrotum.”

Let that “sink” in a minute, it’s a “laser beam” on your testicles. No way that can possibly have any “horrible” side effects, right?

There you have it, fellas, you no longer have the excuse of simply “being a man” for grossing out your partner with your “wrinkly” junk.

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Vaginal Lipstick

Posted in sex with tags , , , , , on March 8, 2017 by andelino


LADIES, have you ever looked at the products on offer in the feminine “hygiene” aisle and thought “There must be a better way?”

Well, prepare for your “downstairs” to be dazzled by the latest “suggestion” from a man who appears to have “zero” understanding of women or their “bits,” Dr Daniel Dopps.


A chiropractor from the US, Dr Dopps describes the vagina as a “self-cleaning shower drain” (swoon) and has used this “incredibly” scientific understanding of female “anatomy” to come up with a product no woman in their right mind would want — “The Mensez Adhesive Vaginal Lipstick.”


Yes, it is as “bad as it sounds.”

As Forbes reported, Dr Dopps is the CEO of a company called “Mensez Technologies” and describes his ingenious invention as a “natural compound of amino acids and oil in a lipstick that is applied to the labia minora which causes them to cling together in a manner strong enough to retain menstrual fluid in the vestibule above the labia minora where the vagina opening and urethra exit.”

As if the whole “process” wasn’t bad enough.

Apparently Dr Dopps thinks we should all walk around collecting our own “menstrual fluid” until it’s time to go to the bathroom where the Mensez compound is “instantly washed away with urine, releasing the menstrual fluid along with the urine into the toilet … Safe, secure and clean.”


Sexiest paragraph in history. Not to mention that drawing…

If you’re thinking, “Well, I’m sure this will never get past the concept phase,” Dr Dopps was granted a patent for the lipstick on January 10 proving there “may not be a single female working at the US Patent and Trademark office.”

The good doctor has said he won’t be making the product himself (thank goodness) and advises it’s a “personal hygiene product and should not be shared with others.”

As if there is a woman “alive” who would tap another female on the shoulder and utter the words “I don’t suppose you’ve got any pussy glue I could borrow?”


Naturally, after “testing” the waters on his Facebook page, the response was swift and harsh.

But proving he’s the ever-diplomatic “inventor,” Dr Dopps responded to the “concerns” of potential customers with these carefully “considered” words:

“You as a woman should have come up with a better solution than diapers and plugs, but you didn’t. Reason being women are focused on and distracted by your period 25 per cent of the time, making them far less productive than they could be.”


This is a step in the right direction towards “banning” periods altogether.

Overheard on the streets…

Mormons can re-brand it as “chastity glue.”
It’ll be a hit product for trannies!
They could just use “duct tape” instead of “pussy glue.”
The gluten-free version is stapling the vagina shut.
Could be revolutionary if it doubles as an anti-rape device.
Why not solder it shut?


Glue eaters rejoice.

Sex with the Earth

Posted in sex with tags , , , , , , , , , on January 27, 2017 by andelino


If you happen to find yourself “visiting” Sydney, you have the “unique” opportunity to have sex with the earth.

You just need to stop by the Eco-Sexual bathhouse,” which is part of the “Sydney LiveWorks Festival” of experimental art.

The bathhouse is an “interactive” installation created by artists Loren Kronemyer and Ian Sinclair of Pony Express, who described the work as a “no-holds-barred extravaganza meant to dissolve the barriers between species as we descend into oblivion” as the result of the global environmental crisis.

But they also see their “art” piece as a part of a much larger “EcoSexual” movement, which they say is gathering “momentum” around the world.

And they may be right. Jennifer Reed, a PhD candidate in sociology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, is writing a dissertation on “Eco-sexuality,” and says that the number of people who identify as “EcoSexuals” has increased markedly in the past two years.

And Google search data confirms that interest in the term has spiked “dramatically” over the past year. We may look back on 2016 as the year “Eco-sexuality” hit the mainstream.

“Eco-sexuality” is a term with wide-ranging “definitions,” which vary “depending” on who you ask.


Amanda Morgan, a faculty member at the UNLV School of Community Health Sciences who is involved in the “EcoSexual” movement, says that “ecosexuality” could be measured in a sense not unlike the “Kinsey Scale.”

On one end, it “encompasses” people who try to use “sustainable” sex products, or who enjoy “skinny dipping and naked hiking.”

On the other are “people who roll around in the dirt having an orgasm covered in potting soil,” she said. “There are people who fuck trees, or masturbate under a waterfall.”

The movement’s growing prominence owes much to the efforts of Bay Area performance artists, activists, and couple Annie Sprinkle and Elizabeth Stephens, who have made “ecosexuality” a personal crusade.

They have published an “ecosexmanifesto” on their website “SexEcology” and produced several “films” on the theme, including a documentary, Goodbye Gauley Mountain: An Ecosexual Love Story, which depicts the “pollen-amorous” relationship between them and the Appalachian Mountains.

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And while touring a theater piece across the country, Dirty Sexecology: 25 Ways to Make Love to the Earth, they’ve officiated wedding ceremonies where they and fellow “EcoSexuals” marry the earth, the moon, and other natural entities.

Sprinkle and Stephens talk openly about “ecosexuality” as a new form of “sexual identity.”

At last year’s San Francisco “Pride Parade,” they led a contingent of over a hundred “EcoSexuals” in a ribbon-cutting ceremony to “officially” add an E to the LGBTQI acronym; Stephens told Outside that they believe there are now at least 100,000 people around the world who openly identify as “EcoSexuals.”

According to Reed’s research, the term “ecosexuality” has existed since the early 2000’s, when it started “appearing” as a self-description on “online” dating profiles.

It wasn’t until 2008 that it began its “evolution” toward a fully fledged “social” movement, when Sprinkle and Stephens began officiating “EcoSexual” weddings.

The two artists had been active in the “marriage equality” movement, and they wanted to harness that “energy” for environmental causes.


Stephens has said that their aim was to “re-conceptualize” the way we look at the earth, “from seeing the planet as a mother to seeing it as a lover.”

Also in 2008, Stefanie Iris Weiss, a writer and activist based in New York, began researching her book Eco-sex: Go Green Between the Sheets and Make Your Love Life Sustainable, published in 2010.

Weiss, who was at that time “unaware” of Sprinkle and Stephens’s work, initially lent the idea a more practical, “literal” focus, with research revealing the “harmful” environmental impact of materials used in “condoms, lubes, and other sex products” upon both our bodies and the planet.

She said that she wrote the book to “help” people make their sex lives “more carbon neutral and sustainable,” and to help us avoid “polluting” our bodies when we have sex.

The desire for “safer and more sustainable” sex products remains an important part of the “EcoSexual” movement, and Weiss said that “green” options for consumers when it comes to “sex products” have increased dramatically since she wrote her book.

But she has also happily “embraced” Sprinkle and Stephens’s more “holistic” take on ecosexuality, immediately “recognizing” in their efforts a shared goal: “to help people reconnect with nature, and with their own bodies.”

Reed said that “ecosexuality” is different from other “social” movements in that it focuses on personal “behavior and pleasure” rather than “protests or politics.” She said that some people within the “environmental” movement have kept their “distance” from it for this reason.


But “EcoSexual” activists interviewed for this story all “insist” they have a serious “goal” at heart. As Morgan said, “thinking about the earth as a lover is the first step toward taking the environmental crisis seriously.”

“If you piss off your mother, she’s probably going to forgive you. If you treat your lover badly, she’s going to break up with you.”

At the same time, the sense of “levity” that characterizes works such as the “bathhouse” or Sprinkle and Stephens’s “performances” is an integral part of the movement.

Morgan describes “ecosexuality” as a means of moving beyond the “depressing Al Gore stuff” that people often “associate with environmentalism.”


Her hope, and that of other “EcoSexuals” such as Weiss and Kronemyer, is that it can give the “average” person a way of engaging with the issue that is “accessible and fun and creates a sense of hopefulness.”

Morgan and Weiss both say that they also see “sex” as a potentially powerful “tool” for motivating people to make the “environment” a priority.

As Weiss put it: “If you’re running from floods, you won’t have any time for sex.”

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Well, what’s wrong with “rubbing” one out under a waterfall? Did these people ask “consent” from the trees? So basically… they’re “zoophilic” furfags or gay “plant” lovers.


There’s a “tree” nearby on a running path that has a “knothole” growth that looks like a “butt crack.” It looks like a chick’s “ass” in a pair of “low rise” jeans, total whale tale. It feels like that tree is “asking” for a humping.

I hoped it would be the tree scene in “Evil Dead” which can now be considered a postmodern “progressive” masterpiece about “ecosexuality.”

Dildo Nativity Scene

Posted in sex with tags , , , , , on December 25, 2016 by andelino

Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus painted on dildos.

It’s not “unusual” for stores across Spain to get into the “seasonal spirit” with their own special version of a “nativity scene” in the shop window.

But when “Non Sit Peccatum,” a sex shop in the town of Talavera de la Reina near Toledo chose to display “sex toys” depicting the iconic “biblical” scene, it caused somewhat of “fuss.”

Shop owner Héctor Valdivielso “commissioned” an artist to paint the figures of Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus on “ceramic” dildos.

At first, the display proved “popular” and people would pause outside to take photos of the “unusual” nativity scene.

But it wasn’t long before it started to draw “negative” attention and the owner was subjected to “angry” outbursts by people “claiming to be offended.”

“A man with his wife ordered me to remove the offending scene and said that if I didn’t he would remove it himself,” Valdivielso recounted on his Facebook account, adding that he was “subject to a barrage of insults and had to call the police.”

Next the shop sign was “vandalized” with the word “pecadores” (sinners) and the owner “discovered” a group calling themselves the “Children of the Virgin Mary” had launched a “boycott” on the store.

One day a “crowd” of around a dozen people gathered outside the shop to “harangue” customers.

“It was affecting my business,” explained Valdivielso. “Who wants to come to a store like this to hear a sermon?”.

Later, he “withdrew” the window display and “replaced” it with a poster inviting passersby to “vote on whether he should reinstate it.”

The public “overwhelmingly” voted for its return, with “78.5 percent” of the 988 people who responded, “insisting” it should be displayed.

“People asked me not to give in to blackmail,” Valdivielso said. “So it’s going back in the window”.


This is the problem with stuck up, “diehard” religious people who “freak out” about everything “Christmas” related. They’re never happy and never will be.

The people complaining about this “dildo nativity scene” are the same people who would complain about people who say “Happy Holidays” or complain that their Starbucks cup isn’t “red with Santa Claus on it.”

If you complain about people not saying “Merry Christmas” you can’t then turn around and say a “dildo nativity scene” is out of bounds. I’m sorry. You’re either “pro-Christmas or anti-Christmas.” No fence-straddling here.

That’s like being a “hypocrite.” You can’t have it “both” ways.

Ah, the “Christmas” season. It just wouldn’t be the same without the bustle of “Yuletide” shopping, sweet “mince” pies and McDonald’s Christmas “cups” full of steaming hot drinks.


Festooned with “cozy” mittens, snowflakes and stars, it’s a scene of “innocence” that will warm the “cockles of your heart” while  spreading a little “butt cheek” Christmas cheer.

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