'A bridge to the world of dolls ...' And then, a picture of a random bridge. Look, what do you expect, they used up all their imagination conjuring personalities for their plastic ladies.
So, dollfuckers, while remaining pathetic, no longer qualify as "news" in this column. But what is worth noting - at least as much as any Awful Link selection can be "worth" something - is that there is a dollfucking magazine. Or, an e-magazine, I guess. It's sort of like Playboy, but instead of objectifying women, they objectify objects.
While I don't think it's "normal" or "acceptable" to fuck a woman-shaped piece of plastic, it's understandable (in the strictest sense of the word). However, I'm completely dumbfounded at the idea of making pornographic images of dolls and using those as masturbation fodder rather than images of real women. I guess the little bit of freedom that porn stars have, the ability to moan in a certain way, or move on their own accord, is just too damn much for some people. There's too much risk that these objectified, often humiliated women might deviate from a dollfucker's ideal.
I guess I should at least mention that, as terrible as this Web site is in terms of content (very), it's actually designed relatively well. Which isn't too surprising, considering that guys who can design okay-but-not-great Web sites are exactly the kinda guys who are probably having such a hard time getting laid that they might see no choice but to stick their dicks in some polyurethane simulacra that kinda looks like a girl they friended on Facebook freshman year.
Did Louis C.K. jerk off in front of two female comics? And why are these ladies squandering an opportunity to learn from a comedy legend?
Elliot said my breakup must have been due to the sweater curse, an unexplained phenomenon where anyone who gives their significant other a hand-knit sweater gets dumped. The only way to break the curse, Elliot said, was to destroy the sweater.
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