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The Bloggess: The 10 weirdest things people sent me this month

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Hi. My name is Jenny and people email me weird-ass shit. Almost all of emails begin “You don’t know me but I saw this and thought of you”. Then I feel a little bit sad at the direction my life has taken. But then I look at the links and it makes it all worthwhile. Except for the ones that make me question humanity. And then I share the links here. Then we all suffer and rejoice together.

  The 10 weirdest things people sent me this month

1. Craigslist ad: “Edward seeks Bella. No threat of my incisors sinking into your carotid artery, I’ll keep the penetration simple, and use my penis.”

2. Best live news footage ever.

3. Why you shouldn’t make your own homemade sex doll.

4. Live nude cats.

5. Semi-naked David Hasslehoff. And his…wrinkled shar-pei. No, really.

6. They’re embroidered on antique toile. That’s what makes them so fucking elegant.

7. Make a chocolate mold. Of your junk.

8. Nothing says “I love you” like a $38k platinum dildo.

9. Police officer arrested for letting cows “taste his genitals” while he video-taped it. Actual quote from prosecutors: “It remained unclear whether the calves were ‘tormented’ or puzzled’."

10. My favorite thing about this link is not the fact that this statue actually exists, but the story that was sent along with the link to try to rationalize what the hell is happening here: “Here's my theory about what that statue is about. The strange dwarf with the gun penis has summoned his chi and blasted the top of his horse's head right off with his sexy power. Sure, right now he feels glorious, at the apex of his orgasm, but as soon as he looks down he's going to be very sad about the pony. His dad gave him that pony. Of course, he also gave him the gun penis, so maybe that's a wash.” Awesomeness.


Sean Timberlake  

I have actually seen that statue in real life. It's in Venice, at the Guggenheim museum. Here's the thing: The penis was designed to be detachable so they could remove it for sensitive visitors, but was ultimately welded into place so it couldn't be stolen. I am not making this shit up.

Samantha Decker  


Trying to make this list for next month...apparently this comes from a mythical vag costume list.... tragically, someone seems to have blocked this amazingness from the internet. But at least this one amazing memory survives...




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  • Most people know Jenny as The Bloggess, a prolific writer with a sense of humor and style that many are scrambling to imitate. How does a woman who hides in the bathroom at most blogger conferences and muses on clown porn get to be an online sensation?

    Jenny is a columnist, blogger, mom and comedian. Her personal blog, [|], is extremely popular and has developed a cult following, according to Marie Claire Magazine. She’s been a regular contributor to the online Houston Chronicle since 2006 and also writes a popular advice column for PNN and a satirical sex column for [|SexIs Magazine]. Jenny has been the keynote speaker at major conferences, as well as featured on countless sites including and MSNBC; and Gawker once referred to her as an "interesting psycho". She prefers the term "creative visionary". Jenny suggests you ask her about how she gets her hair so shiny, or what’s wrong with her. But we know that’s a wig, and there’s nothing wrong with Jenny – she created a pitch perfect style that grabs readers, and keeps them. Whether inadvertently mobilizing the Bloggess Army, going to [|Japan] on a sex culture / geisha mission of sorts, interviewing [|porn stars], giving sex advice, or relating the hilarious arguments she has with [|her husband], The Bloggess has us hooked. Join us in learning more about this unpredictable funny lady.

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