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Come on Ron. Time to come clean

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If Shane Jones can own up to watching a few porn flicks, when so can you Ron.   Come on now, you’re old enough, reclaim your man card and tell the Mrs it’s been you all along.

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This lady is a real journalist. Decent. Trained. Skilled.

Photo Of The Day

Here is some Porn Son

A Brooklyn Boy receives a Playboy magazine from his father at his Bar Mitzvah in 1966. Read more »

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Porn Searches

What American states search for when it comes to porn…

if you don’t know what it is.. google with caution ;)

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Rumour is, this is Len’s parrot

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OK. It is after 8. We can now discuss porn

Every Young Man’s Battle

Another Labour/Green social experiment

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Poms are dodgy

Pommy politicians always get caught pants down doing something dodgy:

The Tale of Councillor Sprason, a cautionary fable for our times, is about as far from Beatrix Potter as you can get. It appears that David Sprason, the middle-aged deputy leader of Leicestershire County Council, was settling down with Mrs Sprason to an evening of watching a hardcore porn DVD called She Likes It Rough when their home DVD player malfunctioned. They duly viewed it on Mr Sprason’s work laptop, where it accidentally remained until the computer crashed and he took it in to be repaired, whereupon the IT workers got quite a surprise.

The council’s “monitoring officer” sent the disc off to the police, who concluded that no criminal offence had been committed, and that was the end of it, until someone leaked the letter recently to the local press. Mr Sprason argued that it was one of the “tools” he and his wife used in their relationship: “I’m not embarrassed. There’s nothing dodgy about it.” Meanwhile, the council leader, Nick Rushton, has now launched a fresh “investigation”: the Tory group chief whip will report back by Christmas Eve, and Mr Sprason has temporarily stood aside.

Mummy porn is popular in New Zealand

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It seems that mummy porn with a bit of safe slap and tickle is very popular in New Zealand.

I wonder how long before the Greens call for a ban?