instead of using terms like “having sex” or “making love,” consider the following:
- doing the frick frack
- playing the pee pees
- filling the donut hole
- checking the plumbing
- pushing push-pops
thank u for ur consideration
may also include:
- smacking the beep beeps
- smooching the no nos
- tap dancing the potty places
- mooing the moo moos
"The Smaug Airplane from Middle-Earth" (pics: Air New Zealand)
Ooh, more and better pix. (Did anyone get a legible tail number?)
real talk, how long is it until they just change the name of the country to “middle-earth”
Astounding Black Thread Portraits
Japanese artist Kumi Yamashita, who lives and works in New York, is continuing her ongoing “Constellation” series: portraits made by winding a single UNBROKEN black thread around nails hammered into a board to create the uncanny likeness of a face. The results are remarkable.
“Christmas was coming. One morning in mid-December, Hogwarts woke to find itself covered in several feet of snow. The lake froze solid and the Weasley twins were punished for bewitching several snowballs so that they followed Quirrell around, bouncing off the back of his turban.”
Japanese street artist Jun Kitagawa uses zippers, both painted and sculpted, to playfully suggest the idea that our surroundings are merely a surface layer that can be peeled back so we may explore whatever lies beneath.
Johnny Strategy writes:
"One of his most fascinating works are an ongoing series in which he installs 3-dimensional zippers in various public spaces around Japan, offering an intimate look – one that’s often left up to the imagination – into our world. “I like to surprise people with a light eroticism,”* explains Kitagawa in a statement."
So what do you think, if you happened upon a giant zipper on a wall, street, or even a lake, would you go head and unzip it? You never know what sorts of awesomeness might be on the other side.
“ "But really," she said, "you’re just at the beginning."”