Wednesday, May 13, 2015

A Party Nobody Wants To Attend

There are times when I just shake my head and say to myself "WTF"?

Here's two examples. The first is from Down Under (Australia) but it's not exactly the Thunder from Down Under.

For those of you with short memories, the Thunder from Down Under is a male exotic dance group from - where else - Australia.

No, this bit of nonsense is more of a... well, whatever the opposite of thunder is (H/T to the Mellow Jihadi for the link).
An Australian company specializing in designing lingerie to cater to the man in your life said they are having to expand online just to keep up with rising demand for the unorthodox undergarments.

Well, they certainly are 'unorthodox' (among other terms).
Co-creators Brent and Lara Krause said they came up with the idea when realised there were very few options for men who wanted to buck the ‘tighty-whitey’ cotton jock trend, that has long dominated the male market.

Couldn't they just wear boxers?

Anyway, as if that wasn't bad enough, here's something that is IMO worse.
A man has organised Britain's first "small penis party" in an effort to make people celebrate, in his own words: "tiny todgers, compact cocks, wee willies, mini members, and dinky dicks."

Ant Smith, 48, who has been married for 17 years, told that he struggled for a long time to come to terms with the size of his penis, which, at four inches when erect, is smaller than average.

Smith began talking about his penis size two years ago, and has since released a poem, 'Shorty', performing around the country to widespread media attention.

Not a party I plan on attending.


Anonymous said...

Should go and make a comment like "I hate only being 20.3 cm -- feel so inadequate"

Okay, that wouldn't be nice but I would be funny

Bob S.

Bag Blog said...

I've heard of "short man syndrome" but I thought it had to do with height. Some things, I just don't want to know about.

Well Seasoned Fool said...

Maybe inspired by the old Braniff Airlines. "If you ain't got it, flaunt it".

CenTexTim said...

Bob - reminds me of that old cigarette ad: "Just a silly millimeter longer."

BB - I always thought it referred to height as well. Silly me.

WSF - or the Shakespeare play "Much ado about nothing"...

Bear said...

I'm not sure how to properly thank you for those awful images that I may never unsee...

CenTexTim said...

Bear - it could have been worse. I could have posted this image.