Rooting

Was the rummage in the office worth it?

The two night shaggers who put on some entertainment for bar patrons in Christchurch by shagging each others brains out are no longer working for the firm who employed them.

I think they should have used the Len Brown defence…they’d still have their jobs.

The two office workers caught in a high-profile sex romp with the lights on are no longer employed by the Christchurch firm they were with at the time, according to NZME News Service.

The 50-year-old married senior manager at Marsh Ltd and the English-born 25-year-old woman have reportedly not returned to work since the late-night romp on January 30 that was witnessed and filmed by dozens of drinkers at Carlton Bar and Eatery across Papanui Rd.

The man, who has two teenage children to his wife, who found out about the affair only after seeing the images on Facebook, refused to comment when approached at his Sumner home this week.

What? The man who found out about the affair only after seeing the images on Facebook…What the hell…he was involved in it!

The insurance company’s bosses launched an employment investigation after the sex session made international headlines.

A Marsh spokeswoman said the company “could not provide any comment” on the conclusions of their internal inquiry.

It’s not known whether the wife is standing by the man.

She did not respond to queries from NZME News Service this week.

The younger woman involved in the affair has moved out of the house where she had been staying, close to her fiance.

Why are the media still after them? Bloody panty sniffing arseholes.

If it is good enough for a shagger like Len Brown to keep his job then why not them?

 

– Fairfax

I think he meant stool pigeon

Duncan wrote about one of his rooting incidents at parliament…where he got snapped by lifestyle, arts and fitness blogger David Farrar.

His column was about the rooting duo who became social media fodder after leaving the lights on at the office.

The event reminds me of something that happened to me in my first year at Parliament in 1996. I had the unfortunate (or fortunate) experience of being involved in something similar – without the social media fallout.

I wasn’t the bar patron that night. I was one of two people in the fishbowl.

It was after a National Party “caucus event” (code for a boozy night). In those days these shindigs went into the wee small hours and most people got well and truly liquored.

As I recall I left the party with a (girl) friend and ended up rolling around on the floor of a junior Cabinet minister’s office in Bowen House, next to Parliament.

It was late, the lights were on but it was dark outside. I couldn’t see out – so I had a false sense of security.

As we left the office we went past the patient cleaners in the corridor who were waiting and I jumped into the lift and went home. When I arrived at work the next day my boss Linda Clark pulled me aside and laughed in my face.

“Garner,” she cried, “I know everything.”    Read more »

Len Brown lasts as long as Chinese men

via Yahoo! Len Brown celebrating the start of the Year of the Whores

via Yahoo! Len Brown celebrating the start of the Year of the Whores

New evidence has revealed that the 2 minutes that Len Brown to “perform” is actually pretty much the same as asian men take….and like Len Brown they it seems Chinese men like rooting a lot, often, in two minute segments.

Data from Spreadsheets, a mobile app that tracks sex stats such as number of thrusts, average duration and volume level (gamifying performance in bed, if you will), has revealed that while Americans unsurprisingly have the most sex, Australian men last the longest, coming at 4 minutes, 3 seconds. What about China, you ask?   Read more »

Apparently the headache excuse is real

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Someone clearly had a point to prove….that when your missus says she has a headache that means no, rather than going to get her a couple of Panadol

It’s taken an army of mice (and a group of clever Canadian researchers) to crack open an old sexual chestnut and get at the meat inside: For women, “Not tonight dear, I have a headache” is not a passive-aggressive rebuff to a mate’s sexual invitation (not always, at least). It’s a biological phenomenon with deep evolutionary roots.

Even for females who’ve never watched a 1950s movie or been schooled in the art of sexual gamesmanship, bodily pain puts a serious damper on sexual desire, new research has revealed.

And pain reduction can help restore libido squelched by physical discomfort (which suggests that fetching an analgesic and a glass of water might be a better strategy than sulking or wheedling).   Read more »

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A great app for Hamilton and Palmerston North to protect you from cupid’s measles

A new app has been launched which will be really useful for those on the pull in Hamilton and Palmerston North in order to avoid a dose of cupid’s measles.

A new dating app designed to provide proof someone is free from sexually transmitted diseases is drawing criticism from Native Hawaiians.

An online petition is asking for the “Hula” app to change its name.

Hula’s Facebook page includes a post apologising for offending the Hawaiian community: “We are in the process of learning more from your community, discussing internally and hope to address your concerns shortly.” Read more »

Just like Len

Why is it when rooting ratbags get caught they always blame the victims?

Especially political rooting ratbags.

Lord Rennard’s alleged victims say they are being ‘smeared’ by the peer after he claims he has ‘devastating’ evidence against them.

Lord Rennard, the disgraced Liberal Democrat peer, has been accused of smearing his alleged victims after claiming he had “devastating” evidence that undermined their testimony.

The peer has been suspended for bringing his party into disrepute after defying Nick Clegg by refusing to apologise to female party activists who have accused him of sexual harassment.

His claim to possess the evidence came in a 2,600-word statement he issued as the crisis threatened to engulf Mr Clegg’s leadership.  Read more »

Was Len part of the study?

Apparently rooting is good for your brain…so some scientists say:

Scientists at the University of Maryland say that frequent action between the sheets encourages the growth of brain cells and sharpens memory.

The research, conducted on middle-aged rats, found that the number of new brain cells increase after mating, but then drop afterwards.  Read more »

Another way of saying dodgy rooting ratbag

The little French roster caught like Len Brown with his pants down is threatening to sue Closer magazine.

President François Hollande was facing a private and political crisis after a celebrity magazine published photos it says proves he is having a “secret love affair” with a film actress almost 20 years his junior.

Closer magazine released photos it says shows the 59-year old Socialist leader and his new lover, Julie Gayet, 41, entering an apartment block a stone’s throw from the Elysée Palace in Paris.

Valérie Trierweiler, the “official” first lady to whom the president is not married, recently took up residence in one of the wings of the palace.

Closer’s Friday edition carried a seven-page report on the alleged infidelity, in which a man it insists is the president arrives on a chauffeur-driven scooter to spend nights in the flat.

Miss Gayet arrives separately. The pair are brought croissants by a man identified as his bodyguard the following morning.

“It’s a real passion that has … turned their lives upside down and makes them take insane risks,” the magazine wrote.

The report in Closer, which angered many in Britain for publishing topless pictures the Duchess of Cambridge in 2012, sparked a furious rebuke from the president, who, however, failed to deny the liaison.

A source close to the president said he “greatly deplores the invasion of his privacy, to which he has a right as any other citizen does.” The president was “studying what action, including legal action, to take”.   Read more »

Sad Shag Lenny Brown

Two more songs and videos about Auckland’s embarrassment of a mayor.

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Silence won’t work Len

Len Brown continues to remain silent on the contents of the report by Ernst & Young.

Doug McKay will now be waiting a respectable amount of time before releasing it. Today it is a week since the report was given to Brown for comment.

The fact that he promptly lawyered up indicates that it isn’t good reading.

Meanwhile Bernard Orsman’s direct line to the Mayor’s office seems to have been severed.

Auckland Mayor Len Brown will not say if he has received free hotel rooms as pressure mounts on him to come clean on overnight stays in the city.

The use of hotel rooms by Mr Brown is believed to be at the centre of a legal wrangle holding up the release of the Ernst & Young (now EY) report into use of council resources during the mayor’s extra-marital affair with Bevan Chuang.  Read more »