Both hands on the wheel?
At least he's a bit more honest than the mobile phone users ... gardai will be in touch, i'll bet.
Ireland's most romantic man has been stripped of his crown following protests that he'd been convicted of "committing two acts which were offensive to public morals and decency", viz; "following women around Galway City in his car while masturbating". Aidan Clifford and partner Ellen Spence, who met on a skiing trip in 2007, " …
Being from Ireland I think its very romantic to drive round having a w*nk. Just be careful not to drive into one on the horses walking down the street or run over one of the 'little people'
If you are chosen as on of the lucky recipients then its a compliment.
Paris because I'm sure she has had a lot of compliments in her time
It's been a really shitty day. No a really, REALLY shitty day.
Then I read The Register to find out what is going on outside of the asylum to read such masterpieces of comment as these on a story of a man induging in the sin of Onan:
"beat off stiff opposition"*
"working himself to the bone".
Please don't ever stop - cleaning small bits of apple off my monitor is a small price to pay.
Well there's a source I never thought I'd see El Reg quoting from.
Ballyvaughan's a lovely place actually. Personally I'm glad to hear there's a wanker there who *isn't* just some fat bastard tourist on a road-clogging behemoth bus-tour.
(Jobs icon because nobody in County Clare can find any)
This chap should get himself some new technology...
I have a pair of sunglasses that can take videos and photo's too. This enables me to drive round colleges and other such places in summertime, take whatever pics I like and then wank off at home into the neighbours wheelie bin. They don't mind. They think it's a fox.
"The mind boggles that someone could actually crack one off whilst driving!!!" .... By N Posted Friday 15th May 2009 10:39 GMT
In Mind over Matter Circles do the Mined Boggle Beautifully
Boggle, verb transitive .... to Immaculately Confuse with Luscious Intent.
Following extensive research, I have determined that Galway City is not on Google Street (innit) View yet. No doubt this guy will be applying for a job as the driver for the camera car, to record his own personal grumbleflick of the area's urban delights. At least we'll all then be able to see what the excitement is about.
I bet he can still pull though.
Reminds me of a joke:
A man was having his annual check-up at the local medical centre. He's lying naked on the table, being examined by the nurse.
The nurse says, "You're going to have to stop masturbating."
The man says, "Why?"
The nurse says, "Because I'm trying to examine you."
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"The sin of Onan was surely just the penalty for early withdrawal (God ordered him to have sex with his sister-in-law IIRC and he wasn't too keen), not actually bashing the bishop..."
I see your argument, but ... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Onan
I would highlight "The narrative implies that Onan didn't object to the sex itself, but performed coitus interruptus, spilling his seed upon the ground"
The actual interpretation is the subject of rabbinical arguments - however, the general view seems to be that the release of semen for other than procreation is abhorrent and sinful. And that is what the sin of Onan refers to - any release other than for full intercourse which would include masturbation.
E.g. "The sin of Onan. Spilling the old seed on the ground. Cuffing the camel. Dusting the donkey. Flogging the Pharisee. Onanism, a sin that requires hundreds of hours of practice to get right, or at least that's what I told myself."
@winkypop - no, I think it'd be jilled off, unless he's an "uphill gardener".
Less seriously, when I worked in BT, we had a machine that had an auger and a small-ish crane to put telegraph poles in the ground.
Its offical name was "PEU".
Pole Erection Unit.
My girl never knew why I called her "my peu". She thought it was French.
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