Published: Thursday, April 1, 2004 at 4:59 p.m.
Last Modified: Thursday, April 1, 2004 at 4:59 p.m.
Ever thought that tying a string to your dick might grant you worldwide
But, apparently, some Australians thought it was just the ticket.
This month, "Puppetry of the penis: The ancient art of genital origami"
will be in the U.S. And, no, this is not a joke.
There will be men baring their naughty bits in a full-scale puppet
production on our native shores.
Really, what can you say about this?
The tour won't be touching Florida this month. According to their
people, there is a severe lack of interest.because they have already played so many dates that everyone who already wanted to see them, already has.
That's right. All around the globe, people are lining up in droves to
see guy dangle their schlongs in skits, play scenes and other scenarios.
So, you ask, what's the score here? Can these people actually do this
on stage without being arrested?
Yes they can. It's "performance art" from a legal standpoint.
Naturally, one must be of age to get a ticket, but, once that's accomplished, it's free reign on the flesh fest.
Myself, I can't see this being much more than a male review. According to many of the previous attendees at this performance, the gentlemen at hand are more than qualified for the task at hand (yes, I mean they have big dongs).
The question I ask myself is: Why drop the cash if you already have an
internet connection and access to porn sites?
Because it's damn funny, that's why.
For the moment, let's imagine a scenario.
You buy tickets for a little play. People of all age brackets arrive,
not knowing exactly what to expect. Suddenly, a man appears on the stage in a bathrobe. He bows to the audience. Immediately, he whips his meat out and starts parading it on the stage, acting out scenes from Laverne and Shirley.
Now, if that isn't funny, I don't know what is.
The show will be playing in the northern United States for the time being.
For all necessary info, feel free to investigate their site:
Don't say I didn't warn you.
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