This old-timer got called out big time by his grandson after he posted a string of NSFW photos on Facebook.
I'm both glad, and a little disappointed, that my own grandfather isn't throwing up pics of vaping bikini baristas.
Advertising content on a social media page isn't always glamorous or creative but Groupon has managed to go down in history for making their Facebook ad content uproariously funny. The online retailer made a Facebook post declaring they are "contractually obligated" to let their audience know when the very phallic "Banana Bunker" is featured on their site. The "Bunker" is basically a sheath designed to protect bananas from wear and tear, but saucy commenters immediately made the NSFW connection and absolutely went for it on the post.
The engagement doesn't end with the commenters - whoever is in charge of Groupon's social media made sure that the responses were just as clever and just as raunchy. The ad did so well that the company brought the product back a few month's ago. We almost want to buy one ourselves..
These Ant-Man/Thanos memes are all kinds of hilariously twisted. That being said they hit the internet just in time for the hype buildup to Avengers: Endgame. This was clearly just too ripe of an opportunity for the memers and Marvel fans to pass up on. Thank goodness.
Here’s a dude that’s definitely the worst: This Australian cop who shot a kangaroo right in front of a little kid. Yeah, you read that correctly: Cop shoots kangaroo in front of child. Come on.
News.com.au reports that police were responding to report of an injured kangaroo in north Melbourne, Aust on November 11. Well, one cop responded by shooting an injured kangaroo in the face. Another police officer responded to the officer by saying, “There’s a kid coming.”
Luckily, because this situation can only get worse, the kangaroo didn’t die right away. As News.com.au reports that in the video it can be “seen still twitching and writhing as its blood pools on the footpath.”
Let's take a break from this story:
While the officers say that they did a risk assessment and determined by that the animal needed to be euthanized, they have come under fire for shooting the gun in public
“The police could have definitely handled it better,” said Hash Tropoja, who filmed the incident and uploaded the video to YouTube. “They could have blocked off cars and pedestrians from coming through the line of sight while the sergeant was taking the shot, because the bullet is a small calibre and definitely had the potential to ricochet off of the concrete in to any direction.”
“I think it’s mere luck that nothing tragic happened.”
Nothing tragic, except if you ask the kangaroo, except you can’t ask the kangaroo because the kangaroo was shot and killed. Ugh.
Ok. Let's try to get our minds off this:
After using Craigslist to hunt down an old Macintosh, redditor bobwowbob stumbled upon a NSFW surprise hidden in a fake “America Online” folder. As it turns out bobwowbob had actually discovered a rare “interactive erotica” app, called MacPlaymate. The app was put together by comic book artist and game designer, Mike Saenz in 1986.
The premise of MacPlaymate was very simple:
Players could strip down a digital avatar named Maxie, mess around with Maxie using various sex toys with names like Mighty Mo Throbber, and watch Maxie 'make it' with other digital characters. The software even had a “panic” button that'd bring up a spreadsheet if someone walked by your computer screen.
The following is a NSFW demo of MacPlaymate, and the dude's voice and commentary are at least 20x creepier than the software itself:
This is one of those stories where you don't know if you should feel sad or grossed out.
A man in China has married a realistic sex doll because he has terminal cancer and wants to feel the joy of marriage without leaving behind a grieving widow.
The 28-year-old man has not yet been identified, but some are suggesting this could all just be a marketing stunt.
Nevertheless, the (happy?) couple had one beautiful wedding photo shoot...
We wish the couple much happiness. And the man many nights of fapping.
Nothing says vibrating replica-penis kit like Justin Bieber.
At least that is what one sex toy company thinks.
Clone-A-Willy, a personal penis duplicator that allows a user to cast an exact replica of their member, is offering the singer $1 million if he endorses the company's products.
"Justin Bieber, he's popular, talented and now as the entire world knows ... quite well-endowed. You can only imagine ... a huge billboard of Justin Bieber and "Clone-A-Willy" in West Hollywood. It would surely do wonders to help promote his new album and certainly wouldn't hurt his "dating" life," a letter sent to The Huffington Post said.
After nude photos of Bieber leaked earlier this month, the singer said he "felt violated."
So his endorsement will probably never happen.
But what could a Bieber endorsement look like? This, probably.
You dildon't want to miss out on this protest.
In response to a new law passed in Texas that allows students to carry concealed guns on campus, some students at The University of Texas at Austin are planning a very unique way to speak out.
A Facebook event using the hashtag #CocksNotGlocks is encouraging students to strap sex toys onto their backpacks August 2016 to protest.
Event organizer Jessica Jin had this to say about the protest:
"'You're carrying a gun to class? Yeah well I'm carrying a HUGE D*LDO,'" she said in the group's description. "Just about as effective at protecting us from sociopathic shooters, but much safer for recreational play."
If you say so, Jessica.