Thursday, October 28, 2004

Eclectic Smut And Other Oddities

An intelligent, eclectic, smart smut slut is my kinda gal - especially if she's racking it up. This is a blog to note - chickens, child marriage & more - at a URL to covet

Smut,mindfood & social commentary for the eclectic, intelligent mind and the insatiable libido
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This is how the chicken became a worldwide phenomenon (more on the history of cooking chickens later). End of the story? Not quite. Unlike other parts of the world where chicken coops were built and nature was allowed to do its work, the Egyptians did things differently
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Call me crazy but there is something about small men that turn me on like a hot sizzling light bulb.The little bodies are tight bundles of concentrated energies that no regular man can match in bed.


Coming from Down Under, one finds another, quite different blog of note at 'Child Rearing & Navel Gazing'

thirty-something, married, mother of two, found, slightly dazed and confused in suburban Australia, mumbling something about a former life of dining out and regular facials...
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Early morning: New Yorkers in suits and trenchcoats, coffee in one hand, bag of dirty laundry in another, on their way to the office via the corner laundromat. Old Mexican ladies and young African-American girls pushing prams carrying blonde-haired blue-eyed children of said New Yorkers. People walking five or six dogs at a time. And if you stop and say 'what a gorgeous dog' they ask you if you want to buy it.
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The thing is, looking at him, you'd never guess that he's a gun-totin' Bush-votin' red-neck son of a dairy farmer from South Dakota. He looked perfectly normal.
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Some more brainfood is at Adult Backwash - "The Internet organized by Personality", more of the generic canned variety, though.

One truly 'deep' site is Suspect Thoughts: A Journal Of The Subversive. This month's columns include:

Aaron Nielsen interviews author Dennis Cooper

Mark Ewert remembers Allen Ginsberg

The Cams Project by Elliot Anderson

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That's a picture of ustilago,better known as corn-smut

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