Overexposed: Upon closer inspection, it seems the vice president’s smile was not his biggest, ahem, asset. Is that what we think it is?
posted by dogmatic
on Nov 12, 2004 -
The story of Mister, uh, Big
Initially I was going to post about this with a tongue-in-cheek tone. But when I got to the end of the piece, I was disturbed to find that an act of child abuse - an act of what I see as an act of pedophilia - has been reported matter-of-factly by Rolling Stone, without so much as the blink of an eye. It's not the central part of the story, not the reason for telling it, but still. Why? is it because perhaps the perpetrator is a woman and it's not seen as a crime? Or is it her age? Am I making a mountain out of a molehill?
Warning - might not be safe for work, especially if the link offsite at the bottom of the page is working...
posted by tomcosgrave
on Jun 4, 2003 -
There is a form of support for just about everything under the sun, but when it comes to something like having a large penis wouldn't one think a good pair of underpants would be enough?
Apparently not, welcome to The Large Penis Support Group
--and their message board. There are no pictures (which is why I felt this is not innapropriate), and there are some hillarious threads
, and ego/hymen-shattering stats.
posted by Eric Lloyd NYC
on Feb 15, 2002 -
Pre-internet, it was used to drop your pants and sit down in the office photocopier. Now you can scan your nob
and display it proudly to the rest of the world. Now I guess this is what they really meant about the Internet bringing great progress to the world...
(Disclaimer: kids probably shouldn't see this)
posted by betobeto
on Apr 19, 2001 -
Speaking of suddenly appearing monoliths...
A six-foot anatomically correct snow sculpture was found in Connecticut. It was destroyed so that "young eyes" would not view it.
"That was before she discovered that this rendering of the body part that puts the man in snowman was taller than she was, and hardened by ice. "
posted by champignon
on Jan 4, 2001 -