Saturday, December 24, 2011

I Don't Want This for Christmas #7

Man Eaters From Outer Space Waterproof Vibrator
This may be the single dumbest thing I've ever seen, even among the rogue's gallery I've already posted. But it's actually a bit different. It's got a vibrator inside and (I believe) you squeeze it to control the vibrator. The business end of this thing? That's right, it's the mouth. But unlike almost everything else, you don't actually go into anything, you just stroke across that mouth/channel.

Don't ask me,I'm not buying one; but the reviews I've seen haven't exactly been raves.

Oh yeah, and it's glow-in-the-dark. So if you wake up in the middle of the night it's easy to find.

Well, if you're like most people you're probably stressed out and tired and ready for Christmas to come and be gone already. Hopefully these toys gave you a laugh.

Merry Christmas, folks.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

I Don't Want This for Christmas #6

Penthouse Laura Doone 1974 hairy pussy
This will give me nightmares. It's what I always pictured Ethel Merman's pussy looked like.

There's an episode of the 60s cartoon Super Chicken where the villian was a giant toupee, and this looks a helluva lot like it.

They should sell this to compete with Fleshlight's Stamina Training Units, because all you have to do is take a good look at this and it'll cool things down rapidly.

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

I Don't Want This For Christmas #5

Lotus Pussy Masturbator
Every time I think I see the worst male toy out there, I stumble on something worse. And if you think it looks bad from that angle, follow the link and take a look at the side.

I have no idea what this thing is supposed to be. I assume it's supposed to be a flower stamped onto a pair of disembodied boobs, but to me it looks like roadkill of some kind.

I'm not even sure where you're supposed to stick your john thomas.

I think it's a sex toy for a horror movie. If I saw that thing attached to my crotch, I'd scream like a little girl.

Sunday, December 18, 2011

I Don't Want This For Christmas #4

Wet suction cup Setsugetsuka

Actually, I almost do want this--it's so insane how can you not like it? Four entries, no waiting! I'd suggested to a friend it would work great as a dildo/vibrator holder, like a knife rack on a kitchen countertop.

If you really want a hoot, read the description in its tortured english.

Friday, December 16, 2011

I Don't Want This For Christmas #3

Cyberflesh Mouth and Breasts
Two good things that don't go together here. The photo is actually less ridiculous here because typically I see it pictured upright, where it looks like some kind of alien. Here it looks like mutant fish.

Even if I were stuck on a lake by myself with nothing but a tacklebox and that gawdawful smelly garlic cheese bait, would I ever consider fucking this thing. Seriously--someone had to look at this thing and say, yeah, I'd sick my cock in that. Really???

Actually, that's a video I'd like to see on one of the x-rated tube sites. I think it would be comedy gold.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

I Don't Want This For Christmas #2

This is in Japanese but you can figure it out from the photos.

There's so much easy comedy there that I'm not going to bother. I'll treat it seriously: on one hand it looks somewhat safe, in that if anything goes wrong, the toy portion of it is going to fall off. There is no firm physical connection between you and it.

On the other hand, even if it works, it looks like you could end up with friction burns. That's one of the last parts of my body that I want burned. One day I was cutting up chili peppers and got it on my hands, which eventually got there, and I thought that was hellish enough.

Sunday, December 11, 2011

I Don't Want This For Christmas #1

I can't believe they sell these things.

Dirk Yates KP-20 Cyberskin Knob Polisher
WTF??? This must be a gag gift, because it worries me to picture the kind of psycho ex-vet or (worse) vet-wannabe who'd want to stick his dick into that thing. Who in their right mind would want to fuck a grenade? And if you do, then something made out of rubber isn't going to do it; you need to get down to the Army Surplus store and pick a (hopefully) inert one and do it right.

Sunday, December 4, 2011

Dude, Where's My Party?

I was going to do this in January and leave December for frivolity, but there's so much going on right now that I'll get this out of the way and leave the rest of December for frivolity.

I'll start with this, a letter which appeared in the November 19th edition of The Economist magazine (p. 19).
Sir—I wonder why I, along with countless other Americans, bother to follow the Republican race at all, as none of the candidates is providing a compelling vision to challenge Mr Obama in next year's election. One reason for remaining interested could be that the dramas which unfold each week are yet another type of sensationalistic reality television. Perhaps politics could learn something from that format, by kicking candidates off the island, making them leave the house, or allowing a sharp-tongued Simon Cowell to berate their performance and decide upon their legitimacy.

A weekly voting system to get the clowns off the stage does not at this point seem such a terrible idea, especially since the prize is the nomination for a run at the chance to be the ruler of the free world.
Jeffrey Gu
I was all set to write a big post suggesting just that, only taken to the next level: we simply have the presidential election handled AMERICAN IDOL style. You gather everyone who wants to be president, weed them down to a managable number, and then every week they come out and "perform" and the herd is successively thinned. People could vote by phone or on the internet.

Is it really very far from what we're doing now?

Consider this, which made news earlier this week: Donald Trump says yes, he'll moderate Republican debate in Iowa.

How can you take the election seriously if the GOP can't take their own debate seriously? Was Tom Bergeron too busy? Ryan Seacrest wanted too much money? If you want me to watch, get Heidi Klum to take a day away from Project Runway. I'm sure she could manage it.

To listen to NPR, of all places, the Democrats seem disheartened and demoralized. Yet the Republicans are taking no chances at winning the election. Mitt Romney is a Ken doll, and as The Economist (hey, it's a good source) has been putting it, the GOP has an anybody-but-Romney mindset. Donald Trump was a stunt candidate. Michelle Bachman is too much of a loon even by current standards. Rick Perry looks like an idiot in debates. Herman Cain was interesting but couldn't keep his pants on, Ron Paul is C. Montgomery Burns, Newt Gingerich is an asshole no matter how articulate he is, and the rest are a chorus line.

If you want the true American Idol experience, go here and look at the candidates. My guy? I like Vern Wuensche: the candidate who would win if the mainstream media were still radio.

I vote in the elections, and I'll vote in this next one. But it won't be for any of this pack of dogs.