May 6th, 2003

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Hot wild monkey sex with a twist...

Darwin argued that female monkeys were coy and mated rarely, choosing mates based soley on genetics in order to encourage survival...

He obviously overlooked female macaques, who, unlike the males, apparently have quite a sex drive. As a result, they engage in torrid lesbian monkey lust, grinding themselves against other females, stimulating themselves with their tails, etc.


Hot lesbian monkey pr0n.

"They mount each other, often involving pelvic thrusting, and will gaze into each other's eyes," says Dr. Paul Vasey of the University of Lethbridge in Canada. Vasey also found evidence of strong same-sex bonds, and even evidence suggesting that some females engaged in lesbian sex to excite unwilling males... "Mutual sexual attraction was the impetus for the formation and maintenance of homosexual consortships," he contends.

Fuuuunky. Fuuuunky monkey. makes me think of that Morris Day and the Time song...

"My jungle love... Ooo-eee-ooo-eee-ooo!"
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So, we're back at the house...

just in time for tonight's tea & sympathy and Kirsten's birthday... Kirsten told everyone to come after 8, but it really wasn't/isn't necessary.

Oh... and I bought a spa and cover. It cost me $4400, but it's brand new, under warranty, and, best of all, it's really well-suited for lots of people.



It's hard to tell from the picture, but it's really quite a deep spa and fairly good sized, with seats that are very countoured and lounge-o-licious, with a ton of jets for the price. Seats seven comfortably. I have to get the electricity switched over to 250 watts on that circuit, and get the thing delivered in the next week or so (probably by taking down a section of our back fence), but it'll be nice when we're done.

In either case, it had better be worth it, because I just bought the thing, dammit. I've wanted one forever, because I need a sanctuary from everything out there. This is mine.

Now, if only it came with a web browser...