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Tour of a sex shop

I’m always interested in diversifying the videos I make and recently I’ve been having a bit of fun making videos with my friend Eva who works in (among other places) a sex shop. She also blogs – check the link to the side for her blog “Deliciously Bad”. In this video, Eva gives a guided tour of the sex shop where she works:

Some interesting feedback came from a Facebook friend:

Be careful about promoting the big vibrator with “if you are up to the challenge…” ,XL or XXL or XXXL sizes in toys are not for amateurs but only for experienced fetished ppl who know what they are playing with. Actually those kind of toys are generally even higher grade material then the normal sized ones. And that one… well *witholds most of my potential comments as they might be tmi imo*

It’s also a mistake be only thinking vaginal. A vagina is limited in its intake. An anus can take a whole lot more, as it is a double flexible muscle. Any experienced anal fetish person knows this, but also knows that with anything one does in life, muscles must be trained, warmed up and cannot be forced overnight, but take years to get to them suitably flexible. 

The big vibrator  shown is actually one of the most amazing ones ever designed. It can be used by mildly experienced people as well as truly experienced ones, since it has two vibrators in it. One in the head, and one in the shaft just above the ball area. Both can be operated individually, so depending on penetration, is perfect to stimulate the prostate no matter how deep or shallow it gets used (hence that it is an anal toy, not a vaginal one). The material it is made out is a soft jellly substance which makes it less harmfull when reaching stretch limits during penetration. It bends easily and can withstand pressure without tearing. The anal muscle will be much more relaxed than with a hard material toy of that size.

So what do you think? Did he share tmi with me?

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11/11/2008 Remembrance Day 90 years after World War One

There is a lot of talk in Australia this remembrance day about how Australians place too much importance on the Gallipoli campaign when thinking of World War One and tend to ignore the European campaign that was by far the biggest part of the war. Former Prime Minister Paul Keating has caused quite a stir recently on this topic.

This article also has some interesting statistics about Australian troops in WWI:

  • 50,000 served in Gallipoli while 250,000 served in Europe
  • 8,700 died in Gallipoli while 46,000 dies in Europe
  • The fought 8 battles in Gallipoli and 40 in Europe
  • 9 Victoria Crosses were awarded to Australians in Gallipoli and 52 VCs were awarded in Europe
  • The Gallipoli campaign lasted 8 months while the European campaign lasted two and a half years

And perhaps most importantly, Gallipoli was a military disaster while on the Western Front Australians fought under Australian command for the first time and achieved many victories (as much as anything that happened in the horrific waste of life that was WWI can be called a victory).  The AIF only constituted 10% of Allied forces but won 25% of enemy territory, prisoners of war, arms and ammunition.  SO it’s about time more Australians gave them their due for what they really achieved.

The quote at the end is from the most famous poem from World War One – “Dulce et Decorum Est”

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Naked Vicar with a potato stuck in his bum

I’m not saying that religious orders specifically attract perverted people.  I’m not saying that people who preach morality to others have a disturbing habit of indulging in extreme perversions of their own.  But it’s really noticeable when it’s true.

An old sketch comedy show in Australia was actually called the Naked Vicar Show – I’m sure they would have had a field day with this.  This story has, unsurprisingly, been covered quite a bit in the media.  I think my favourite is this collection of stories from The Guardian.

I really don’t get people in this situation making up absurd lies – it’s obvious what really happened.  When you make up appalling lies it makes you untrustworthy as well as kinky.

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Dedicated to the disgusting freak at work

As I look back on my history of around 850 blog posts and 750 YouTube videos, I notice a disturbing amount of them are concerned with toilets and/or poo.  And I’m not about to stop.

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One Angry Bogan

My mate Daz wants to have words:

Some translations:

Seppo = Septic Tank/Yank/American

Spade work = the ground work you have to do to score a root

Root = intimate relations

Bogan = AKA White trash, Chav

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Listening to my inner voice

I thought I’d share some video rants about work.  And how my inner voice helps.

Or sometimes doesn’t.

My inner voice is a capricious thing.

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Horrific injury stories

What was I thinking?  I decided to tell a story of the worst injury I ever received – way back in the dark ages when I was in school:

Telling a story like that is nothing unusual but I asked people to tell their injury story in return.  So now I’ve spent a few hours being grossed out by people’s comments.  If you have a strong stomach, check them out yourself:

http://au.youtube.com/comment_servlet?all_comments&v=1TlVpOLfExo&fromurl=/watch%3Fv%3D1TlVpOLfExo

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Spring is in the air

We had our first nice spring weather this weekend in melbourne so I took full advantage of it.  And I like to share.  Not that I’m gloating but if you’re in the Northern Hemisphere, this means your summer is just about done.  And damn I like my new camera.

I also uploaded this video to a site called Vimeo where it looks better.  Check it out:

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25 years jail for creating The Backstreet Boys and N*Synch

Every now and then the justice system works even if it takes a long time.  I was very glad to see one of the most heinous criminals of the late 20th century finally go to jail.  If only we hadn’t been put through so much suffering already.  Nothing will heal the scars but this brings a sense of closure.

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Do you have plans for the weekend?

If not, may I suggest waiting an hour and a half of your time on the following video?  A little while ago I pointed out that I realised I was able to upload files to YouTube up to a gigabyte in size with no time limit on the video.

In order to exploit this, I asked people to submit questions to me on any subject at all and I’d answer them in a video.  Well, by the time I got around to printing them out to make the video it was 25 pages worth of questions.  This turned out to take 98 minutes for me to work my way through.

I certainly don’t hold it against anyone who doesn’t want to watch it.  But quite a few people have told me they found it entertaining.  Maybe you will too.

Because people are likely to ask, here are the details of the “stock footage” I used when I got bored of talking to the camera.

The first bit is some stuff I shot specifically for this video, a walk through the Melbourne CBD.

After that is a bunch of stuff I shot on St Kilda Beach (on different days) last summer.

Then there’s some shots of Melbourne’s lights, shot from Northcote Town Hall one night.

Then there’s a really weird performance I saw next to Fed Square one day – people on bendy sticks.

Then there’s a classic car show that I shot on another day at Fed Square.

Then I reposted some of my original graffiti and street art videos that I first posted about 18 months ago.

Then there’s some more of me talking.

The second bit of stock footage starts with some raw footage from one of my video shoots. Now you know what my videos look like before I edit them.

After that is some more night-time stuff that I shot on a bridge that’s over the Yarra River right next to the Melbourne CBD.

Then I reposted another old video, my Melbourne video postcard so you get to see a lot of the places near where I live including a view from the tallest building in Melbourne.

Then there’s a video of me playing with a motion capture toy at ACMI.

The last bit is a planning session for last Year’s gathering that has me, SeanBedlam and our friend/co-conspirator Adrian.

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