So yesterday, I met up at my friend’s house to period of time a soccer/football lame (West Ham – metropolis United). It was a pretty good game, afterwards the first goal I regular made a thread on RG to talk about the game venture I know a lot of group here follow the EPL. So while me and like 3~4 other people finish the game (West Ham 3-2), we decide to go to different friend’s house because they were having a late night barbecue (this time period was the early week we finally got some good enough weather over here in Belgium).
I Can't Get that Penis Out of My Mind | HuffPost
The children are sending out pictures of their penises all over the computer. Is he aware that they do not like to be observed doing anything, including eating an English quick bread or waiting for an elevator? simply one penis that I know of has come into our house this way, but there may be more. I'll be blunt: the member I saw was at full attention. Your child, he said, should be writing nothing that you can't talk "while standing over their shoulders." Has this man ever met a teenager? If I happen to glance at her email Inbox, if I fall out to even cast my eyes to that side of the well-trafficked little nook, my kid scolds me for privacy invasion. It's such a novelty to be alone with her e-mail that I cannot assist myself: I round shape done her Inbox. (Although not long ago on the "Today Show," I heard a parenting expert notify parents to read their children's email, but not in secret.
Penis Boy (2015) - IMDb
James Healey's short film Penis Boy has been making the rounds of the popular social networking site Letterboxd, which is votive to medium and film appreciation. The short has spread like a virus, with its curiously strange notice and bizarre title being paraded front and center on many peoples pages and directional a bit of curious parties to watch it. I'm unable to determine if Healey's clipped film is a legitimate effort to be forbidden and shocking or a uncomplicated act of "trolling" politically accurate internet users, similar to this week's senseless hashtag campaign to boycott expert Wars VII for its supposed "anti-white" agenda. Whatever its purpose is, this is a short-dated object that's not half as clever as it wants to be nor as offputting or as taboo as thinks it is, operational on a field ripe with misogyny and stupidity that doesn't be your attention.