Erectile dysfunction

Too fat to f*ck

I suppose this new evidence could be described as an informal kind of fat tax.

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Obesity rates are rapidly rising in the United States, so that also means larger pant sizes, wider seats, andmore and more overweight people having sex… doesn’t it?

There’s a scene in the 1999 comedy, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, that applies to this conundrum. Austin, saddened that his female spy colleague Felicity “shagged” Fat Bastard, a ginormous 2,200-pound Scottish henchman, in order to place a homing device up his rectum, questions her decision:

Austin: …how could you do it?

Felicity: I was just doing my job.

Austin: No, I mean, literally, HOW could you do it? The man’s so fat, the sheer mechanics of it are mind-boggling.   Read more »

PPTA selling Viagra? Are times that tough?

Good to see the PPTA is both security conscious (not) and moving into erectile dysfunction pharmaceuticals. Afterall, the  latter is one way to keep student numbers up.

Google PPTA Charter Schools and see for yourself.

Good of Google to warn us that the PPTA site is compromised…but then the whole organisation has been compromised for quite some time.

PPTA Charter Schools

Suing for a hard on

ᔥ Sydney Morning Herald

Only in America could you sue for getting a woody while riding a motorbike. SOme people actually take drugs for long lasting erections and this guy wants to sue for it?

A Californian motorcycle enthusiast has taken legal action after a bike seat gave him long lasting erections.

Straight from the “only in America” files comes this – a Californian man is suing BMW North America over a seat that gave him a severe case of priapism (A persistent, lasting erection) that has lasted for 20 months.

Henry Wolf claims his 1993 BMW motorcycle, or more specifically the bike’s “ridge-like” seat, gave him a “severe case of priapism” when he took it for a four-hour ride on May 1, 2010, according to the Courthouse News Service.

Wolf is suing BMW North America and the seat’s manufacturer, Corbin-Pacific, in a product liability lawsuit in the California Superior Court in San Francisco, claiming the “negligent design, manufacture and/or installation of the seat” has caused the painful condition.

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Narrow, “banana” style seats similar to the one reportedly fitted to Wolf’s motorcycle have been associated with problems such as genital numbness and even erectile dysfunction, however Wolf’s case is the first known to tackle the opposite side of the problem.

The court notes state the Wolf “has been experiencing continuing problems since his motorcycle ride” including “substantial emotional and mental anguish” and the inability to engage in sexual activity.