Too, too special. This art installation, entitled ‘Tree’ by American artist Paul McCarthy is apparently supposed to be adding Christmas cheer to the Parisian cityscape.
Butt (*sniggers*), some low-minded individuals are pointing out its resemblance to a giant butt plug makes it look more kinky than Chrismassy.
Well, I’m back after a short hiatus, madly writing to deadlines and nurturing my other fledgling writing career. And to celebrate, have some Disney Prince dick pix. Yes. The brains trust over at Jezebel decided what the internet really needed was pictures of the Disney princes naked.
Here’s a sample.
I have to admit, I think the internet is a shinier, happier place because of their good work.
Today’s random internet find is: a bouncy castle made of boobies. No, really.
This is just one of a number of attractions created by artists Bompas & Parr for the exhibition Funland: Pleasures & Perils of the Erotic Fairground, an interactive installation currently on display at the Museum of Sex in New York.
The bouncy boobie castle is just one of the delights to be sampled. Others include the Tunnel of Love (of course), where you need to negotiate a maze to find – you guessed it – the G-spot, and also Grope Mountain, a climbing wall of orifices. You can augment your experience with a selection of edible treats, designed by Bompas & Parr, who have made their name, it seems, in high-end food artistry. Particularly with jelly. They even do events. And just because it seems relevant, this is one of the services they offer on their website:
A trained explosives technician will lay charges within your wedding cake, jelly, or food of choice, which you can detonate at the climax of the evening.
Dizzying. Maybe one day the exhibition will make it out here to Australia. I can only live in hope.
I love BuzzFeed. It enriches my life.
This list is particularly hilarious (and dirty) and I’m convinced some of these have just gotta be deliberate.
I mean, come on. Seriously. Explain this.