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It is only the great men who are truly obscene. If they had not dared to be obscene, they could never have dared to be great.- Havelock Ellis

February 27, 2009

jodie_foster_5Man dies after Viagra-fuelled 12-hour orgy


Viagra – don’t take too many

A Moscow man died of a heart attack after guzzling a bottle of Viagra to win a bet he could sustain an erection through a 12-hour orgy.

Sergey Tuganov, 28, was bet £3,000 by two female colleagues that he wouldn’t be able to satisfy them non-stop for 12 hours.

But just minutes after winning the wager he suffered a heart attack. Ambulance services couldn’t revive him.


14-year-old girl’s ‘joke marriage’ ruled valid

A 14 year old girl has become the youngest ever to get divorced in Israel – after a rabbinical court ruled that a joke marriage ceremony she’d taken part in was valid.

The girl got accidentally married to a 17-year-old boy after joking around in the schoolyard. The boy recited the Jewish marriage ritual, declared her his wife, and she then accepted a ring from him – in front of witnesses.

Israel’s Rabbinical Courts ruled that this – along with what they described as the consummation of the marriage – was enough to make them officially wed.

Efrat Orbach, a spokeswoman for the rabbinical courts, said that the court had granted the couple a rabbinical divorce this week.

In Israel, sex with a 14-year-old girl is not a criminal offence, so long as the age gap between her and her partner is not more than three years.


Bride mucks up wedding with joke


Me! I know of a just impediment!

A bride who jokingly replied ‘I don’t’ during her wedding found that her joke backfired slightly – as the registrar then refused to go ahead with the ceremony.

As a result, the entire wedding had to be cancelled, and the guests sent home.

Tina Albrecht, 27, was to marry fiancé Dietmar Koch, 29, at a castle in Steyr, Upper Austria. But the wedding had to be called off after Albrecht, a receptionist, tried to bring a bit of humour into the ceremony by saying ‘I don’t’, before immediately correcting herself.

Under an Austrian law intended to prevent forced marriages if either party replies to the key question in the negative the wedding is cancelled and cannot be rescheduled for a further 10 weeks.

Ms Albrecht said: ‘We had to send all our guests home and now we have to wait until March before we can try again.

She added: ‘In retrospect it was probably not so funny.’

Frankly, we have to disagree on that point


2 Comments leave one →
  1. March 17, 2009 4:48 pm

    hi hi hi

  2. RaiulBaztepo permalink
    March 29, 2009 8:57 am

    Very Interesting post! Thank you for such interesting resource!
    PS: Sorry for my bad english, I’v just started to learn this language 😉
    See you!
    Your, Raiul Baztepo

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