Hugh Marston Hefner was an American magazine publisher, editor, businessman, and playboy. He was best known as the editor-in-chief and publisher of Playboy magazine, which he founded in 1953.FOR THE MULTI GENERATION PLAYBOY HERO LIFE WAS SAID TO HAVE BEEN GOOD BAD STRANGE AND MYTHICAL .DONT TAKE THE GRAPHIC RENDITION OF OLD HEPH THE WRONG WAY .I PURPOSELY DID THIS BECAUSE I RECOGNIZED MR HEFNER FOR THE DEVIL OF A LADIES MAN HE WAS .ONE DEVIL OF A BUSINESS MAN .EVEN IF MY INTENTIONS HAD BEEN TO INSINUATE THE BUNNY GOD ENDED UP IN THE INFERNO IT WOULD BE CANCELLED OUT BY THE FACT HE EXPERIANCED HEAVEN ON EARTH .SO WITH ALL DUE RESPECT MY DEEPEST CONDOLENCES AND ADMIRATION FOR THE DEVILISH PLAYBOY MASTERMIND HIMSELF MR HUGH HEFNER .
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More than anyone else, R. Kelly knows that “when a woman’s fed up, no matter how you beg, it ain’t nothing you can do about it!” Hundreds of the R&B singer’s loyal fans were fed up to the max in Fresno California after spending as much as $150 to see the RnB crooner perform in concert at the R. Kelly “The Afterparty Tour” With Special Guest Michel’le Selland Arena at Fresno Convention & Entertainment Center on February 19th in Fresno only to be welcomed by an impersonator.
“It was an impersonator on stage impersonating R. Kelly”that may have sung every bit of the show,fans were fooled not even the concert promoter knew. And he did not even sing. He lip sung, an unidentified source told reporters “We learned of the scam because 10 o’clock news took it as a joke when an anonymous tip warned of an impersonator especially since early reports were kept hush by Selland arena staff.
Now fans are demanding a full refund for the event, advertised online
According to multiple reports, Ticketmaster has stated that they will not issue refunds to any attendees since they have no formal complaints . For more on this story, click on the link below. R. Kelly has not issued any statement regarding this controversy.R. Kelly “The Afterparty Tour” Hoax Alert
WELL FOLKS IT OFFICIAL .IVE FOLLOWED THE BUZZ RIDDEN CAREER OF LIL TWATTY (NOT A TYPO PUN INTENDED).ALTHOUGH I HAVE MY PERSONAL DISCOURSE WITH THE STATE OF MODERN DAY MUSIC AT THE HANDS OF THIS MEDIA SENSATION AS I WILL NOT CHANGE MY OVERALL LYRICAL RATING OF THE YOUNG LAD AS AN A+ IN WHACKNESS.HE IS HOW EVER WORKING HIS WAY INTO THE VEINS OF THE MAINSTREAM MARKETING WORLD.LETS FACE IT THIS IS WHAT OUR CHILDREN VIEW AS COOL AND IF YOU Have a son the is between the ages of 11-18 your child may be gay as a result of the main stream agenda.not conspiracy theory rather cuntspiracy theory as the Illuminati brings us lil yachty. and coined here the term “illumiyachty” .
AS PART OF THIS SERIES WE WILL BE FEATURING NEWS OR WEB ARTICLES FROM THE RAP ARTIST PAST AND PRESENT AS A REMINDER OF THE ARTIST SUCCESS AND SHORT COMINGS.OUR INTENTIONS ARE TO EITHER EDUCATE NEW FANS OR REMIND EXISTING FANS OF THE THINGS THE FEATURED ARTIST HAS BEEN THROUGH.J DIGGS WAS CHOSEN ON THE BASIS OF HIS IMPORTANCE TO THE WEST COAST RAP GAME AND HOW MANY TIMES HE COULD HAVE FAILED BUT HASN’T . THE FIRST ARTICLE WAS RELEASED AND SOME READERS MISUNDERSTOOD THE ARTICLE AS OLD NEWS .WELL ITS GONNA BE THE FIRST OF MANY RANDOM ARTICLES FROM THE ARTIST PAST .AS J DIGGS IS A WEST COAST LIVING LEGEND WHO HAS SURVIVED MANY TRAGEDIES .
While it’s true that women will do almost anything in pursuit of a good time, performing oral sex is not the act of martyrdom some would have you believe. You see, most women have an innate attraction to the penis, or at least think it’s “neat.” Hence, the creation of sex toys folks. A 1993 survey concluded that 55 percent of women found oral sex “very normal,” 32 percent found it “all right,” 9 percent found it “kinky,” 4 percent found it “unusual,” and 1 percent didn’t realize there was any other kind. (Strangely, when subjects were asked about instant pudding, the responses were identical.) Another study from the ’90s, the unofficial “Decade of the Blow Job,” concluded that “twice as many women who went to college have given or received oral sex compared with those who did not finish high school,” which clears up a lot of confusion about the definition of “liberal arts.” According to sexuality educator Logan Levkoff, while many women do it simply out of reciprocity, “there are some women who love to give oral sex,” wanting nothing in return. Now, if this sounds too good to be true, it probably is: These so-called “angels” are usually practitioners of the black arts, and will steal your breath in the night.
Who invented the blow job? Was it Cleopatra?
Of course not. Cleopatra invented Liquid Paper. The blow job came about in a rather amusing way: An 18th-century nobleman, the Earl of Sandwich, once requested that his meat course be placed between two pieces of bread so he could eat while playing cards. As this was happening, his friend the Marquis de Boules stayed behind in the kitchen and got a blow job. Isn’t that a ribald tale from the annals of history? However, it is not universally accepted by historians as being true in the truest sense of the truth. Educated people say there is evidence of oral sex in art that predates the time of Cleopatra. “I must say I laughed out loud when I read your question,” bragged Shelley Haley, a classics professor and Cleopatra expert at Hamilton College. That a classics professor just called you an idiot is beside the point. The point is, it’s safe to assume blow jobs have been around since before the beginning of time and, with any luck, will be here for another three months or so.
Is there an optimal position, ergonomically speaking, for giving a blow job? I don’t want my girlfriend to get stuck with a sore jaw.
That is the stupidest question I’ve ever heard. I have to answer, though, or these guys won’t sign my court order. Dr. Jack Summers, director of research for San Francisco’s Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, says, “It’s just like sucking a Popsicle. It shouldn’t be any more ergonomically challenging.” (That’s exactly what Prince used to tell me. I wonder if they know each other.) In turn, Ted McIlvenna, president of the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, has accumulated reams of data on this very subject. Upon learning of 13 cases of whiplash involving “crack whores in Key West,” he determined that “when you lean over too much, the jaw can be inconvenienced.” He suggests that anything that will make a man orgasm faster will help reduce the number of this kind of repetitive-motion injury. “The number-one culprit is men who drink too much. Of all the problems that professional women face, alcohol is number one.” (Surprisingly, assault, battery, incarceration, disease, rape, and murder all tie for second.) But perhaps the problem is bigger than we know. In his research, McIlvenna found that women were less likely to speak up about these things than the men he spoke to, many of whom took issue with the inconvenient placement of several public glory holes. “They preferred a position where they could be on their hands and knees,” explains McIlvenna. It is for this reason that Stacey Woods, director of the Institute for the Advanced Study of Important Things, has started Glory Be, a nonprofit community-outreach and think-tank program that brings community leaders, engineers, and local artists together to raise awareness about the position of glory holes at our nation’s truck stops. “I firmly believe in our message,” says Woods. “Fix a hole, fix a life.”
Do all women dislike it when you hold their head while you’re getting a blow job? And if so, where else should I put my hands?
I’ve put calls in to every living woman, and I’m still waiting to hear back from a couple — Soledad O’Brien is apparently on vacation, and I think I must have an old number for Markie Post because it just rings and rings — but so far, the rest of earth’s female population says, “It’s all in the attitude.” We understand it’s natural for your hands to land on whatever’s in the vicinity (head, shoulders, livestock, soft-serve ice-cream machine, senator, whatever), and some good-natured hair-stroking shouldn’t be a problem. However, you must be very, very gentle. A lady’s hair is really soft and pretty, but let’s not forget what happened to that little puppy, Lennie. You’ll also want to avoid using your hands in a forceful, demeaning sort of way. Very few women are into that. Oh, wait, here’s one: Sunset Thomas of Nevada’s own Kit Kat Guest Ranch (brothel) says, “I don’t mind a guy grabbing a handful of hair while I lip-lock his lumber.” Well, it seems Ms. Thomas has discovered the simple power of alliteration. “Or,” she continues, “if you’ve got the dexterity, dink a digit in our damp spot.” Okay! Settle down, Robert Frost. The fact is, you needn’t feel pressure to do anything noteworthy with your hands. Idle hands are no longer the devil’s playthings; the devil’s playthings are Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown. But if you’re just one of those fidgety types, this may be a good time to brush up on your sleight of hand. Imagine her delight when it’s all done and you pull a quarter out of her ear!