Million and millions served. And here I thought I was the only one looking for sex on the internet. I feel a little sorry for the people who get here thinking they are going to find porn--none of the links below are unsafe for work. A little sorry, but not much. Not as sorry as I feel for you when you see how lame TWiS is this week due to technical difficulties. But I hear you can search for sex on the internet, so go for it.
(P.S. There's a new browser for smut surfers that covers your tracks and has a panic button for when the boss comes over. I'll wait here while you go get it.)
Condoms for kids. Durex is making a condom for kids, not to be confused with the condom a kid ate in a hotel room in Las Vegas. Or the Condom Grandma, who educates senior citizens about sex, in case they have a senior sex moment. Or the Batman condoms.
Hands off the merchandise. Password protected underwear.
Breakfast of champions. This guy has a glass eating fetish. It sounds as good as it looks.
"Nothing about having a 176 IQ means you have good judgment." Don't I know it. Runner-up Man of the Year, geneticist William French Anderson, is convicted of child molestation.
Communist porn. Well, not exactly. The Vietnamese government will be putting downloadable sex movies on the internet. Internet porn is banned in Vietnam, so this will be an "orthodox sex Web site" for educational purposes only. One of the goals is to help married couples who haven't had sex in more than a year. Nothing heats up your cold communist marriage faster than a good orthodox sex ed flick. (Better make some for British women, too.)
The Wank-at-thon will be televised. The BBC's Channel 4 will air a programme on the fundraising Masturbate-a-thon on August 5, and whiners say "it's bringing TV standards down once again." Lower than the baby mind reader?
DIY sperm. Another great use for stem cells: women can make their own sperm. This is exactly the kind of thing that gets legislation vetoed.
Thanks Ken, and hello random dirty people who are reading this. Send smut to me at amanda at wfmu dot org.