Posts Tagged ‘crappy’
BOWTIE SOLD SEPARATELY.
This is a Dr. Who themed TARDIS corset. You cinch it up real good in the back, and it makes you look slimer. “Like the Ghostbuster’s pet?” YOU KNOW I MEANT SLIMMER. Etsy seller Corsetwonderland is selling the thing for $ 225, so if you want it, go and get it before some other busty lady beats you to it. You wanna know what my favorite part about it is? It’s one of those corsets that doesn’t cover up your taytays. *bouncing manboobs* Isn’t that right, guys? You guys like to be free, don’t you? Yeah you do. *licks nip, gets hair in mouth*
Thanks to Speakerbag, who agrees the best corsets are the ones made out of same material as fairy tales: pure imagination.
That sad old pervert (Dennis Hof) who owns the Moonlight BunnyRanch brothel in Nevada has decided to open a new alien themed whorehouse because his regular prosties aren’t doing it for him anymore. “They need to be green and wearing those glitter antennas”, I imagine he said to himself while climaxing to The Wrath of Khan.
[Hof] recently bought a rundown bordello 90 miles northwest of Las Vegas and unveiled plans to renovate and reopen it with a science fiction theme [...] It’s all an attempt to cash in on the property’s location just south of the federal installation formerly known as the Nevada Test Site — though nowhere near the actual Area 51.
…But who cares about sex when there are costumes designed by Hof’s partner, tabloid fixture Heidi Fleiss?
Hof’s alien theme is already well past the probing stage, but important details — whether the working women will be painted green, for example — are still being decided [...] It’s unclear whether the costumes will be for everyday use or for promotional events and special occasions.
$ 20 says it has wood paneling. Another $ 20 says 3 out of 4 blindfolded patrons could identify the smell of the place as sadness infused with green body paint mixed with a Star Trek convention and Astroglide. Mmmm, space lube.
Thanks to Jackie, who agrees there better be that three-tittied alien chick from Total Recall or GTFO.
Ever wonder what a jetpack is good for, besides fulfilling dreams and fighting Nazis? Well, Martin wants you to know there are, in fact, practical applications for its $ 86,000 personal propulsion system. According to the aviation company everyone from emergency responders to search and rescue teams to military personnel could find a place for the dual-engine craft in their arsenal of tools. Sure, we could see how their ability to get in an out where the size of a helicopter or plane might be prohibitive would prove handy, but their high cost and limited carrying capacity make them a tough sell. That doesn’t mean we don’t enjoying seeing the (poorly) rendered vision of our future filled with jetpacks in the video after the break. Come to think of it, we could see this coming in handy for our CES coverage… excuse us, we need to make some phone calls.