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April 20th, 2017 -- by Bacchus

Why Rich Men Buy Boats, Fine Art Edition

With me it always seems to come back in the end to rich men and their fucking golden boats, doesn’t it?

swimming off the prow of a gold boat

The above is a detail from Youth On The Prow, and Pleasure At The Helm, painted by William Etty.

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April 15th, 2017 -- by Bacchus

Shear Aesthetics

There is a town in northern Alberta called Beaverlodge. (Schoolboys prone to sniggering may note that it’s not so very far from the towns of Tumbler Ridge and Sexsmith.) It’s a welcoming sort of place:

beaver lodge welcomes you

And let’s imagine that while you are just happening to pass through Beaverlodge on some fine and random snowy April day you discover yourself to be suffering from a hair and aesthetics crisis. Where should you go? Discerning travelers will immediately recognize that there’s really only one solid choice:

sheared beaver

It’s always the unexpected that makes travel so delightful!

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April 14th, 2017 -- by Bacchus

The Loving Sea (Monster)

Outside of Japanese porn, this is just about as sexy as octopus-tentacle sea-monster groping gets:

sexy tentacle grope

According to Pulp Librarian, the artist is Emanuele Taglietti.

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April 13th, 2017 -- by Bacchus

Artfully Posed Relief

This photo from Pissing Blog is so artfully posed, you can’t really tell if she’s really relieving herself beside a quiet country road or if that’s just another waving blade of grass:

squatting to pee beside the road

Given the coy photography, I suspect this may be from a British porn magazine of the 1970s, but I freely admit that’s a wild guess.

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April 12th, 2017 -- by Bacchus

Pleasure In Finding

The fine art of the subtweet is defined (well, I’m defining it here now) as tweeting about somebody without an @ mention, so that they won’t know you’re tweeting about them. It has degrees and variations; sometimes you’re carefully not directly responding to a specific tweet, sometimes you’re just gossiping about a person behind their back but in public. Carried to the next level, you can do it by taking your comments to an entirely different social media platform.

I guess that’s what I’m doing here, with an added layer of obfuscation-by-time-delay. This post has been deliberately left to languish in my drafts for quite some little time. By now, even if you think it might be about a tweet you once made, it could more likely have been about somebody else’s tweets, and that’s how I want things; I don’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings by stomping on their honest joy and enthusiasm. I’m going for harmless snark, here.

Because recently I’ve seen several different tweets from different people in a common theme, and that theme has been delight in having “found” their partner’s prostate. And every time I see that on Twitter, I have to sit on my fingers, lest I type some variation on “Oh, dear, how long was it missing?”

Yes, I am a bad person.

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April 11th, 2017 -- by Bacchus

Dirk In Leather

Meet Dirk. He wears leather with aplomb:

dirk bogarde leatherman

According to Spanking Blog, this is Dirk Bogarde, playing a ruthless Mexican bandit in the 1961 movie The Singer Not The Song. Any volunteers to ruth him up a little bit?

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April 10th, 2017 -- by Bacchus

Washing The Bikini Off The Blonde

It almost looks as if the evil octopus is trying to hold Our Heroine down just long enough that her bikini bottom (which conveniently appears to have already come undone) can float up-up-and-away…

bubbling blonde wench held underwater by evil octopus

This artwork graced the cover of Bold Men! in March of 1961, apparently in support of a story titled The Deadly Blonde Wench of Waikiki.

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