Wednesday 28 February 2024



I only have six loyal followers who regularly read my blog posts and I have no idea how big their cocks are because I haven’t asked them, but I suspect that two of them don’t actually have cocks.

Yesterday one of them called me a pervert. “You are a pervert” he said And it struck me that  I’ve been trying to pretend I’m not a pervert but it just hasn’t worked. OK, fuck it, my pretense ends.

Who has the biggest cock? – that is my question for today.

There are three aspects to this deep and profound question:

Which animal has the biggest cock?, which animal has the biggest cock for it’s size?, and which human has the biggest cock?

These are all important questions, possibly more important than the sort of questions I usually obsesses over like like “Is Lady Gaga a tranny?” (yes he is!), and here I am aiming to look at the big picture.

The animal with the biggest cock is the blue whale – they have swinging dicks up to 3m (12 ft long) But I am more impressed by the Tapir – not only are their penises huge, but they can scratch their own backs with them!

Now, the animal with the biggest cock for it’s size is a real freak – it’s the barnacle, (yes really!) they have the largest penis to body ratio. Their penises are 50 times the length of their body which is like a 6′ tall man with a 300 foot long penis.

The man with the biggest cock is Jonah Falcon. Now I’m no fan of the zionist propaganda website Wikipedia, but his entry is a classic filled with lines like these:

Falcon states that he was able to perform autofellatio at the age of 10.

Falcon gained media attention after appearing in the 1999 HBO documentary “Private Dicks:Men Exposed”, in which 25 males were interviewed in the nude about their penises.

Rolling Stone published an article in 2003 that reported Falcon’s penis as measuring 9.5 inches (24 cm) in length when flaccid and 13.5 inches (34 cm) in length when erect.

Falcon appeared on The Daily Show on March 2, 2010, and stated that he can completely envelop a doorknob with his foreskin

On July 9, 2012,Falcon said he was stopped by Transportation Security Administration officers in the San Francisco International Airport, due to the large bulge in his pants. According to Falcon, after passing through a metal detector and a body scanner, he was selected for additional screening, after which he was released and allowed to catch his flight.

In 2014, Falcon agreed to donate his penis to the Icelandic Phallological Museum (The Penis Museum) after his death.


It’s time we became less inhibited. We all need more freedom of expression. Let’s visit more strange places…


Monday 26 February 2024


 Something is just not right about feminism...

Imagine if all the femnazzis were actually men. Start with Gloria Steinem and go from there!



Wednesday 21 February 2024

Saturday 17 February 2024


 Baldwin Street, Dunedin is said to be the steepest street in the world - it probably isn't, but it is the steepest street in NZ and nearly 20 years ago I walked up it and took some photos. It's pretty cool, with stairs for footpaths!


PS. It turns out Baldwin St really is he steepest street in the world - some cheeky punks in Wales tried to steal our record but they got slammed!

In the historic town of Harlech, Wales, a steep road briefly held a Guinness World Record. Ffordd Pen Llech held the title of World's Steepest Street in 2019 before being stripped of this claim, the title returning to Baldwin Street in New Zealand after only a year.

In the Guinness World Record survey committee's first analysis, this street was said to have a gradient of 37.45%.3 However, upon review a year later at the request of Baldwin Street representatives, the guidelines of this world record were rewritten to require measurement to be taken from the middle of the road rather than the outside, and Ffordd Pen Llech was given a new official gradient of 28.6%


Thursday 15 February 2024


I used to get really pissed off with Facebook but then I thought, OK it's a controlled platform, but it works better than any other social media platform, what can I do on it? - So I learned how to spell like a retyred and take more care about what images I posted, and I've been having a good time for the past four months. It's the only social media I'm still using this year which saves time too!


Saturday 10 February 2024


Some good ones...bloody roo shaggers

1. The Australian Alps get more snow than the Swiss Alps.
2. 90% of Australians live on the coast.
3. Tasmania has the cleanest air in the world.
4. The Great Barrier Reef is the largest ecosystem in the world. It is made up of nearly 3,000 individual reefs and can be seen from space.
5. Australia has over 60 separate wine regions.
6. Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world.
7. The Indian Pacific train has the longest straight section of train track in the world.
8. The Great Ocean Road is the world's largest war memorial.
9. 80% of Australian animals are unique to Australia.
10. 5 km of Uluru (formerly Ayers Rock) is underground.
11. Australia has the world's longest golf course measuring more than 1,350 kms long.
12. Australia is home to 21 of the world's 25 most venomous snakes.
13. Perth is the only city in the world which can have aircraft land in its CBD.
14. Australia is bigger than we realise, it's almost the same size as mainland USA.
15. The largest cattle station in the world is located in Australia, Anna Creek Ranch in South Australia and it's bigger than Israel.
16. The first Police Force in Australia was made up of the most well-behaved convicts.
17. It would take around 29 years to visit one new Aussie beach every day – there are 10,685 of them!
18. AFL invented to keep cricketers fit in the off season, there are claims that the game may have been influenced by Indigenous Australians.
19. The world's largest rock is not actually Uluru, but Mount Augustus in Western Australia and actually twice the size.
20. Australia is the 6th largest country in the world.
21. There are 1 million camels that roam wild in Australia's deserts, the largest number of purebred camels in the world, they are exported to the Middle East.
22. You can fly from Perth to Melbourne faster than you can fly from one end of Western Australia to the other.
23. There are over 60 different types of kangaroos and a baby kangaroo when born is only about two centimeters long.
24. Aboriginal culture is the oldest on Earth – it is estimated that the continent's original inhabitants, the aboriginal people, have been in Australia for between 40,000-60,000 years.
25. Australia has 19 World Heritage Listed sites.
26. 91% of the country is covered by native vegetation.
27. 33% of Australians were born in another country.
28. Over 300 different languages and dialects are spoken in Australia including 45 Indigenous languages. In fact, 21% of Australians don't speak English at home!
29. WA is home to what is believed to be the oldest evidence of life on Earth – the Stromatolites.
30. Australia is the only continent in the world without an active volcano.
31. In Australia, sheep out number people 2.5 to 1 (in 2020).
32. Australia was the second country in the world to give women the right to vote in 1902.
33. Per capita, Australians spend more money on gambling than any other nation, with over 80 percent of Australian adults engaging in gambling of some kind.
34. Canberra was selected as the capital because Sydney and Melbourne could not stop arguing which city should be the capital.
35. Australia is home to the longest fence in the world, the Dingo Fence. Originally built to keep dingos away from fertile land, the fence is now 5,614 km long.
36. The Australian dollar is considered to be the most advanced currency in the world – its waterproof, made of polymer and notoriously hard to counterfeit.
37. Australia is the only continent covered by a single country.
38. The world's oldest fossil was discovered in Australia – 3.4 billion years old.
39. Australia has around 600 varieties of eucalypt trees.
40. Australia was one of the founding members of the United Nations.
41. Stonemasons in Australia instituted the 8-hour working day back in 1856.
42. In Aboriginal culture women are not allowed to play the didgeridoo.
43. The venom of the elusive platypus can kill a small dog.
44. Australia's most deadly marine animal is the Box Jellyfish and is responsible for more deaths per year than snakes, sharks and saltwater crocodiles.
45. The only two mammals in the world that lay eggs are found in Australia – the echidna and platypus.
46. Before the arrival of humans, Australia was home to megafauna, three-metre tall kangaroos, seven-metre long goanna's, horse-sized ducks and a marsupial lion the size of a leopard.
47. Both kangaroos and emus lack the ability to walk backwards. This was the reason they were chosen for Australia's coat of arms – to symbolise a country always moving forward.
48. The termite mounds that can be found in Australia are the tallest animal-made structures on earth.
49. Australia is home to more than 1,500 species of spiders.
50. The Great Victoria Desert is bigger than the whole of the United Kingdom.


Tuesday 6 February 2024



Has Jeff Berwick has swapped over to AI this week? I know he's a shill but I've been watching him for years because he's entertaining sometimes - but this doesn't look right to me, it all looks totally fake...


Monday 5 February 2024



In the blink of an eye a meme can transmit about as much information as the viewer is ready to absorb without taking hours to write like a full length blog post does, and there is no danger of boring anyone's legs off. 


Thursday 1 February 2024


Jesus is not down with this sort of thing

The joys of a continuous feed - Something I like about Blogger is that because the feed is continuous, flowing through from one post to the next, it is perfectly set up to throw in random images, art, lolpics, memes and gifs to make the whole thing a total crack up!

Sunday 28 January 2024



The Wellington City Council has admitted that its use of German MAN buses is oppressive to people of non-binary gender, so it is now planning to replace them all with new electric buses from Bus International (BI) the bus division of American truck manufacturer International.

The current buses feature the word “MAN” on the front and also on the driver’s steering wheel.

A spokesperson for the Men Are Redundant Movement (MARM) said MAN buses were offensive and had no place in a non-binary world.

Wellington taxpayers will again be footing the bill for another 278 new buses after already buying the environmentally friendly but sexually oppressive MAN buses, but MARM says going BI is non-negotiable, as it is not possible to put a price on ending sexual oppression.

Non-binary passengers will receive a discount when they use their TRANS bus card, and it is hoped that the people of Wellington will be encouraged to stop forcing themselves into fixed gender roles and feel free to publicly live as their authentic true selves.

To encourage people to embrace their unrestricted sexuality MARM is running an advertising campaign featuring well known Kiwi celebs who are heroically taking a public stand and displaying their true non binary selves, such as ex-NZ prime minister Jacinda Ardern.

Although most commentators fully support the move, some have suggested that buses are in themselves offensive to people of size, and by being wider than cars they are mocking people who don’t fit within the restrictive concepts of socially acceptable weight. As a way to compensate for this, the Reverse All Sizeism Today Affirmative (RASTA) suggests introducing a discounted “SIZEISM” bus card.