October 25, 2002 1:15 PM   Subscribe

Slavercise - If you're like me (who am I kidding; you're not) then you have trouble motivating yourself to work out, get to the gym, or ask for low fat milk in your latte. Aside from prizing sleep over mindless physical exertion, the idea of staring at a blank wall while stepping to the oldies drives me to depression. If only I could combine the burn of calories with the burn of a six foot rawhide leather whip cracking against my corpulent behind. < via Salon subscription>
posted by dirtylittlemonkey (8 comments total)

can someone please explain what's happening in the picture on the right on the front page (apologies for my innoncence)? there's more photos here - including one that looks distrubingly like a branded arse.

ps there's no need to stare at a blank wall when exercising - get out running! (surely there's enough humiliation in gasping along the pavement jiggling in all the wrong places? if not, wear a sweatband).
posted by andrew cooke at 1:34 PM on October 25, 2002

Find a sport you like.
posted by callmejay at 1:44 PM on October 25, 2002

andrew: it's a guy wearing a rubber pig nose, kissing a what is probably Mistress Victoria's ass.
posted by betaray at 3:07 PM on October 25, 2002

Andrew, yes that is probably a branded arse.
posted by dnash at 3:49 PM on October 25, 2002

thanks. i feel old.
posted by andrew cooke at 4:16 PM on October 25, 2002

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Thanks. Pay-per-view content makes for a good discussion thread.

Not that anyone reads referenced articles before commenting anyway, though.
posted by Ayn Marx at 4:43 PM on October 25, 2002

Why was this thread allowed to live and the one about Playboy's 7 Lives Exposed killed? Matt, do you have a bondage fetish?
posted by maniactown at 5:22 PM on October 25, 2002

Posts here don't live or die by consistent policy, worm. Now tongue my boots!
posted by crunchburger at 11:04 PM on October 25, 2002

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