Hey!… Let’s see if we can get either Obama or McCain to comment on this…
From The Village Voice
“Is there any way of making my anus more pink or lighter in color? Mine is dark and I hate it. Any suggestions?” I received this question from a female reader of my Anal Advisor column in Taboo, and believe it or not, she’s not the only one pining for a pinker pucker.
From Marie Claire
Apparently, plenty of women want to go past the now-ordinary breast enhancement and pubic electrolysis to a place few have heretofore dared to go in the name of beauty. Much to my ignorance, bleaching one’s anus (I guess to bring it back to its budlike, puckish pink) has become an obsession far beyond the young jet set and the detail-oriented gay community. These days, anal-bleaching creams can be purchased as easily as cough drops. Let’s see … next Mother’s Day, should I go with the balloon bouquet or a gift certificate for total rectal beauty?
For those of you who haven’t gotten on this wagon… Instructions for enhancing the visual splendor of your “special place” are HERE…
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Let Me Know How This Works Out… I’d Be Happy To Post Your Story…
An angry Deltona father whacked his teenage daughter’s boyfriend with a metal pipe after finding the boy naked in his daughter’s room. Authorities say the father, 45, didn’t even know his daughter had a boyfriend or that the youngster had been sneaking into the home for more than a year.When he heard noises coming from his daughter’s bedroom Thursday morning and saw a stranger standing naked on the girl’s bed, he swung a metal pipe. He then chased the teen out the front door and called police.
The boy was taken to the hospital where doctors closed a head wound with staples.
The father was charged with aggravated battery on a child and bonded out on $10,000.
Information from: Daytona Beach News-Journal, http://www.news-journalonline.com