Shocking Surrealistic Snow Storm Shots (13 iPad Images)

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This is my third and final post of the day. The snow has finally stopped coming down, to which I think now the total snow fall in Lancaster, NY is a whopping 90″. You know, I write these numbers and it just is not going into my head, that we really have this much snow on the ground, falling in a matter of 3 days. Now that I have seen what I have, I can honestly say nothing is impossible!

I do not know where this storm is going. The “experts” say that the winds will pick up tomorrow, making visibility near zero. They also said we were in for an additional 2-3 feet of snow, which turned out to be only a few inches. I don’t think anyone knows quite what to expect. The last I heard, the officials want this area declared a National Disaster Area, and I…

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The British English Slang


Myself . By T.V. Antony Raj


Slang - Carl Sandburg

Are you fagged, zonked, dicky, and had pavement Pizza after being on the piss? Or are you knackered after being bloody lucky on the pull, bonking a dishy, blinding, dear slapper in Blighty? A word of caution. Don’t become a tosser using cobblers pretending to be a toff and cock up. Above all, don’t be fruity and ask a British lady how her father is and get slapped and blow off.

The Oxford Dictionary of English Grammar (1994) describes slang as:

“Words, phrases, and uses that are regarded as informal and are often restricted to special contexts or are peculiar to a specific profession, classes etc.”

The Meriam-Webster Dictionary describes slang as:

“Words that are not considered part of the standard vocabulary of a language and that are used very informally in speech especially by a particular group of people

Collins English Dictionary…

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The Twerking Boobs of Sara X


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Dancing boobs

Sara X

Twerking is a type of dancing in which an individual, usually a female, dances to music in a sexually provocative way. It involves thrusting hip movements and a low squatting stance. It is a portmanteau of the words “twist” and “jerk”. The term began as street language in New Orléans with the rise of the local hip-hop music known as Bounce. In 2013, the Oxford Dictionary Online added the word “twerk”. The dictionary said the word had been around for 20 years.

Why am I talking about twerking?

I have seen women flex their breast muscles on TV shows, but yesterday I saw for the first time a woman twerking her boobs to music.

The woman who does this feat is an extraordinary tattooed 27-year-old woman named Sara X Mills. But she is better known as “the Mozart boob twerk girl”. Until Google+ connected to her YouTube channel, she used to just go by the name Sara X. Hailing from the East Coast, she is a freelance model and writer. She now resides in Las Vegas with her boyfriend.

Sara says that before posting her video on YouTube on October 12, 2014, she was “bored and uninspired.” Then the video has become viral. It is making the rounds on sites all over the internet. In the first week alone her video had more than 21 million views. At the time of posting the video she would not have thought that she would receive such a large response. When I last saw the stats on Thursday, November 7, 2014 at 2:15 am (IST) this video posting alone had garnered more than 31,782,6251 views. Just imagine how many millions of views she would have had on other social media networks such as the Facebook!

Sara had a conservative upbringing. She had been an awkward, gawky, and bookish child. She began her modelling career at a barely legal age. Shortly afterwards, she became a dancer, not a ballerina. For almost seven years she worked in bikini bars where stripping and lap dancing were illegal. She was never ashamed of her body or what she was doing with it. Sara loved performing, and used her body for expression. Soon she earned the reputation of a pole dancer and stripper par excellence.

The boobs of Sara X are fake. She decided to get breast implants after watching other girls with implants literally showered with money for just showing their boobs on stage. So, it was a conscious financial decision.

After the surgery, she realized that she could do the crazy boob bouncing trick like some of her coworkers. So, she added, “twerking,” to her repertoire.

Though her customers got excited with her bouncing boobs and considered it sexy, she thought it was silly and far from sexual.

When the US website TMZ asked her if she can make them go in different directions, like male bodybuilders, she replied yes, though she admitted it is “gross” when she flexes them really hard. Sarah said:

“Essentially, I do what bodybuilders do, so when I flex them really hard it’s actually quite gross. I used to go to a personal trainer and he would watch me do, the stuff with my chest, then someone told me it was a bad thing, it wasn’t supposed to happen (sic).”

She also disclosed how her fans, all over the globe were disappointed when they came to know her boobs are phony. Sara addressed her critics on Facebook by quipping:

“While my boobs are very fake, the video is very real … I am flexing my pectoral muscles and it’s moving my implants. I have sub pectoral implants, something called displacement so when I flex my pectoral muscles they flip to the side.”

The process she describes has been accomplished by Arnold Schwarzenegger and many other male bodybuilders, though without implants.

Sara says she is proud of her 36DD breasts.

In the following video, Sara shows her skill of flexing her breasts. She twerks them to the rendering of Mozart’s “Eine kleine Nachtmusik” by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.



Here is a video of Dueling Boob Twerk: Sara X vs A male body builder.





Penis Captivus: Part 3 – In Modern Times


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Captivus by Lucia Marcucci (b. 1933) (Source -

Captivus by Lucia Marcucci (b. 1933) (Source –

The Italian visual and concrete poetry movement of the 1970s, reacted against mass consumerism and exploitation of women, especially in advertising. The above painting by Lucia Marcucci titled “Captivus” is a powerful punning image. It shows the genitals of the artist’s own body superimposed by a small erect penis. This particular penis is just iconic. It carries the self-important Latin inscription, “hic habitat felicitas” meaning “here dwells happiness”. Yet, the dripping word captivus in the above image remind us of blood, and of the more extreme and equally mythical male nightmare “vagina dentata” meaning “the vagina with teeth”.

The idea of a penis getting stuck in a vagina might bring to mind the film Teeth released in 2007. It is an absurd horror film about a young abstinent teenager, a stranger to her own body. She discovers she has a physical advantage when she becomes the object of male violence. Her vagina has teeth — described in folk tales as vagina dentata.

Click on this image to see the trailer of Teeth.

Click on this image to see the trailer of the film “Teeth”.

During sexual intercourse it is normal for the muscles of a woman’s vagina to clamp on to the penis of her partner. There are rare instances when the vaginal muscles, exert an unusual firmer grip on the penis. In this condition, withdrawing the penis from the vagina, even after the man loses his erection, becomes impossible. This condition known as “penis captivus” occurs more often in animals than it does in humans. We often see animals, particularly dogs, stuck together after sex.

“When the penis is within the vagina, it becomes increasingly engorged,” Dr. John Dean, clinical director of gender and sexual medicine for the Devon Partnership NHS Trust in southwest England, recently told BBC Health Check. He further said:

“The muscles of the woman’s pelvic floor contract rhythmically at orgasm. While those muscles contract, the penis becomes stuck and further engorged within [the vagina] until the muscles relax. Blood can flow out of the penis again, the penis starts to go down after orgasm, and the man can withdraw.”

Though many medical authorities pass penis captivus off as a mild occurrence, there have been reports of more severe cases, but the occurrence is rare.

Iwan Bloch, in his 1908 book The Sexual Life of our Time, recounted a case of penis captivus. In a quiet corner of the docks in Bremen, Germany, a woman experienced an “involuntary spasm” during sexual intercourse with her lover, a dock labourer. Her vagina trapped her lover’s cock and the couple could not separate. A great crowd gathered and watched until the couple was taken to a hospital. After administering Chloroform to the woman, her vaginal muscles relaxed, and they were freed.

In an article published in the British Medical Journal in 1979, Dr. F. Kräupl Taylor reviewed the literature on penis captivus. He concluded:

“almost all the cases mentioned in medical publications and in textbooks are based on hearsay and rumour, two papers published by nineteenth-century German gynaecologists — Scanzoni (1870) and Hildebrandt (1872) — who had personally dealt with cases of the condition leave no doubt about the reality of this unusual symptom”, which, however, “is so rare that it is often regarded nowadays as no more than a prurient myth”.

(Read my article “Penis Captivus: Part 1 – From Ancient times to the 19th Century“.)

Finding no later reports with proper authentication, Kräupl Taylor surmised:

“[Penis captivus] does not seem to have occurred in the past 100 years or so. If there had been, during that time, a case of penis captivus that needed medical intervention or admission to hospital it would have been eagerly reported in a medical journal with as much detail and evidence as possible.”

A few months later, Dr. Brendan Musgrave published a brief letter in the British Medical Journal in response to Dr. Kräupl Taylor’s article. He recalled that in 1947 when he was a houseman at the Royal Isle of Wight County Hospital he had seen a case of this rare condition. Here is the letter as published in BMJ with a footnote penned by the editor:

British Medical Journal
5 January 1980
Penis Captivus Has Occurred

Sir, — In reply to Dr. F. Kraupl Taylor’s article on penis captivus (20 October, p 977), which was recently brought to my attention, there can be no doubt but that I have seen a case of this seemingly rare condition.

The year was 1947 and the case occurred when I was a houseman at the Royal Isle of Wight County Hospital. I can distinctly remember the ambulance drawing up and two young people, a honeymoon couple I believe, being carried on a single stretcher into the casualty department. An anaesthetic was given to the female and they were discharged later the same morning.

In view of the number of letters that have recently been written on this subject I rang my old friend Dr. S. W. Wolfe, who is now in general practice in Bridgwater, and who was the other houseman at the hospital at the time. He confirmed my story, his exact words being, “I remember it well.”

London NW4 4AY

*** Although the correspondence on this subject was closed we are making an exception for this one letter as it reports personal experience of a case.– Ed, BMJ.

A medical journal report published in 1884 has been often cited as a case of penis captivus by those unaware that it was a hoax, even in the 20th century. Read my article “Penis Captivus: Part 2 – The Great Medical Hoax“.

In 1975, Dottoressa Moor wrote her memoir “An Impossible Woman: The Memories of Dottoressa Moor of Capri” (ed. Greene, 1975). She recounts how she was once urgently called to the Hotel Eden-Paradiso in Anacapri, Italy.

“And there I found a young German girl, in the bathtub in a pool of blood. She begged me to do what I could to help her as she was bleeding to death from a tear in the vagina”.

The girl had been having sex with a man and her vagina had clamped tightly around his swollen penis. In freeing his penis, the man had inflicted a bleeding tear and a deep wound. He had then fled.

After Moor had stopped the bleeding, she and a colleague she had summoned stitched the girl up. Dottoressa Moor adds, “These cases are not as rare as you think.”

Dottoressa Moor also mentioned, though only as hearsay,  a case of penis captivus in Lucerne, Switzerland.  It involved a Swiss girl during the war. It resulted in “dreadful injuries” when the man panicked: “they had got stuck inside each other. It needed two or three doctors to help to undo them.”

In 2012, a case of penis captivus that occurred in Kenya, was videographed and is known as the “2012 Kenyan incident”. Read my article “Magun, the Legendary African Curse!” and see the video.

Recently, in Nigeria, the hotel staff found the lifeless bodies of a man and a woman stuck together due to penis captivus. The woman was still in her ‘Hijab’. A packet of sex-enhancement tablet, Viagra, was lying beside the dead couple. Read my article “Magun, the Legendary African Curse!“.

Writer and director Simonee Chichester created the following short film titled “Captivus”. It is an unfortunate, but unnervingly possible situation of a love triangle complicated by penis captivus. Hannah walks in to discover her girlfriend Kate and her ex-husband are bound to each other by penis captivus.


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Penis Captivus: Part 2 – The Great Medical Hoax


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Penis captivus  (Photo courtesy of Shutterstock)

Penis captivus (Photo courtesy of Shutterstock)

During sexual intercourse it is normal for the muscles of a woman’s vagina to clamp on to the penis of her partner. There are rare instances when the vaginal muscles, exert an unusual firmer grip on the penis. In this condition, withdrawing the penis from the vagina, even after the man loses his erection, becomes impossible. This condition is known as “penis captivus“. It is a form of “vaginismus“. Some consider penis captivus as a mythical medical condition.

The following story shows that even medical men do not resist the temptation to pull another’s legs. It is also a lesson that demonstrates how easy it is to fool even scientific minds.

It began with a clash of personality between Dr. Theophilus Parvin and Sir William Osler. They were both editorial members of the Philadelphia Medical News.

Dr. Theophilus Parvin (1829-1898)

Dr. Theophilus Parvin (1829-1898)

Dr. Theophilus Parvin was a well-known American obstetrician and gynaecologist. In 1883, he held the Chair of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in the Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As one of the four editorial writers for the Philadelphia Medical News, he was responsible for obstetrics and gynecological matters.

Sir William Osler (1849-1919) in 1880.

Sir William Osler (1849-1919) in 1880.

Dr.  William Osler (later Sir William Osler), then 35-years-old, left his native Canada to take on the position of professor of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. He served as one of the four editorial writers for the Philadelphia Medical News. In this capacity, he associated with Theophilus Parvin, and found him a snob.

At that time, Parvin published an editorial titled, “An Uncommon Form of Vaginismus.” It was published in the November 29, 1884 issue of the Philadelphia Medical News. Vaginismus is the painful, spasmodic contraction of the sphincter vaginae. Parvin’s editorial quoted from the Roman author Horace and ended with an 18th century reference to penis captivus.

After reading Parvin’s editorial, Osler felt that Parvin had used his influence as a board member to publish an article of no real importance to the general medical community. Osler decided to embarrass Parvin by writing a phony letter using his nom de plume “Egerton Y. Davis”.

The scheming Osler wrote his phony letter in Philadelphia. He then posted it to a friend in Ontario, Canada. From there it was re-posted to Parvin in Philadelphia.

The letter from the so-called Egerton Y. Davis described in detail an eyewitness modern account of “penis captivus”.

Parvin, delighted to receive the letter, dated 4th December, 1884 and postmarked Montreal, Canada, saw it as a case-report substantiating his thesis. It was a phenomenon, heretofore undocumented, of human couples unable to release themselves after coitus. He got this letter published immediately on December 13, 1884, under correspondence in the Philadelphia Medical News. The letter follows:

Dear Sir:

The reading of an admirably written and instructive editorial in the Philadelphia Medical News of 24th November 24 on forms of vaginismus, has reminded me of a case which bears out, in an extraordinary way, the statements therein contained. When in practice at Pentonville, England, I was sent for, about 11 P.M., by a gentleman whom, on my arriving at his home I found in a state of great perturbation, and the story he told me was briefly as follows:

At bedtime, when going to the back kitchen to see if the house was shut up, a noise in the coachman’s room attracted his attention, and, going in, he discovered to his horror that the man was in bed with one of the maids. She screamed, he struggled, and they rolled out of bed together and made frantic efforts to get apart, but without success. He was a big, burly man, over six feet, and she was a small woman, weighing not more than ninety pounds. She was moaning and screaming, and seemed in great agony, so that after several fruitless attempts to get them apart, he sent for me. When I arrived, I found the man standing up and supporting the woman in his arms, and it was quite evident that his penis was tightly locked in her vagina, and any attempt to dislodge it was accompanied by much pain on the part of both. It was, indeed, a case “De cohesione in coitu.” I applied water, and then ice, but ineffectually, and at last sent for chloroform, a few whiffs of which sent the woman to sleep, relaxed the spasm, and released the captive penis, which was swollen, livid, and in a state of semi-erection, which did not go down for several hours, and for days the organ was extremely sore. The woman recovered rapidly and seemed none the worse.

I am sorry that I did not examine if the sphincter ani was contracted, but I did not think of it. In this case there must have been spasm of the muscle at the orifice, as well as higher up, for the penis seemed nipped low down, and this contraction, I think, kept the blood retained and the organ erect. As an instance of Iago’s “beast with two backs,” the picture was perfect. I have often wondered how it was, considering with what agility the man can, under certain circumstances, jump up, that Phineas, the son of Eleazar, was able to thrust his javelin through the man and the Midianitish woman (vide Exodus); but the occurrence of such cases as the above may offer a possible explanation.

Yours truly,
Egerton Y. Davis
Ex. U.S. Army
Caughnawauga, Quebec,
4th December, 1884.

According to certain prefatory notes relating to his alter ego “Egerton Yorrick Davis, M.D., late U.S. Army, Caughnawauga, Quebec”, Osler made a belated effort to stop the publication of the above letter. He never tried to publicize his role in the hoax or to clear the record.

The spurious case report became literature. It has often been cited as a reliable medical evidence of penis captivus for nearly a hundred years by those who were unaware that it was a hoax.

Sir William Osler served for many years as Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University. He was instrumental in founding the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research in New York City. Osler’s writing on urological oriented sexual topics did not end with the above cited mischievous contribution. Throughout his illustrious career, he continued to submit letters to medical journals.

In 1903, Osler’s devilish streak surfaced once again. He submitted a letter to the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal titled “Peyronie’s Disease — Strabisme du Penis“. The report was about “an old codger” who experienced “a most remarkable change in his yard.” Osler signed it as J.W. White, Jr. the name of a well-known Philadelphia urologist.

Peyronie’s Disease – Strabisme du penis
Pittsburg, Feb. 14, 1903

Mr. Editor: An old codger of about 65 years came in one day, and, casting a furtive glance about the room, shut the door with great deliberation. To my question, “What is the matter?” he replied, “Squint of the cock.” As I did not take genito-urinary cases, I advised him to consult my friend Dr. Ricord, upon which he handed me a letter, saying that his doctor had told him that I would be most interested in his case. He then told me his story. A widower for some years, he was anxious to marry again, but was afraid to do so on account of a most remarkable change in his yard. When erect it curved to one side in such a way as to form a semicircle, hopeless and useless for any practical purpose. I call it, he said, squint of the cock. Examination showed at one side at the root of the penis a firm induration about the size of a cherry, so placed as to completely fill a part of one corpus cavernosum. Of course, on erection blood filled the other corpus only, and in consequence the penis curved towards the affected side, producing the squint of which he spoke. In the works at my disposal, including one well-known manual of genito-urinary surgery, I could find no account of this singular affection, but have learned when in doubt to consult Hutchinson’s Archives of Surgery, I there found a very full account of these fibrous plaques in the corpora cavernosa, which if unilateral produce all sorts of distortions of the penis, if bilateral, impotence. Turning to another storehouse, the Dictionnaire Encylcopedique, under the article “Pénis,” I there found a very good description, but in addition, what was most interesting, the statement that in about 1765, Peyronie, a French surgeon, had described the disease as strabisme du pénis, the very term used by my old patient. There are very good illustrations of the condition in Taylor’s Manual, but in these eponymic days old Peyronie should have the credit of describing in a happy phrase a very unfortunate defect.

J. W. W., Jr.

A short time later , the real J.W. White, Jr. on recognizing the true author, countered in the same journal a charge of “plagiarism”. He detailed the telltale evidence of the identity of the true author.

These fictitious and sexual case-reports demonstrate the mischievous sense of humour that lurked behind the respectable façade of Sir William Osler, the illustrious doctor.

 To be continued…

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Penis Captivus: Part 1 – From Ancient times to the 19th Century


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Homer described how Mars and Venus were caught together to the 'inextinguishable laughter' of the Gods (Joachim Anthonisz, J. Paul Getty Museum collection)

Homer described how Mars and Venus were caught together to the ‘inextinguishable laughter’ of the Gods (Joachim Anthonisz, J. Paul Getty Museum collection)

During sexual intercourse it is normal for the muscles of a woman’s vagina to clamp on to the penis of her partner. There are rare instances when the vaginal muscles, exert an unusual firmer grip on the penis. In this condition, withdrawing the penis from the vagina, even after the man loses his erection, becomes impossible. This condition is known as “penis captivus“. It is a form of “vaginismus“.

Some consider penis captivus as a mythical medical condition.

Mars and Venus were caught together to the “inextinguishable laughter” of the Gods. Brief allusions to the concept of penis captivus are found in ancient times in Homer and Lucretius. Homer described how Mars and Venus were caught together to the “inextinguishable laughter” of the Gods.

Lucretius wrote:

“History is a symptom of nature. Time is the symptom of symptoms. Let us take the war now, be it the current one or the Trojan War. Mars is only an accident of stable Venus, a temporary relief outside the assembled convention. Mars passes by, badly connected. Vulcan would have to capture him in his net, as Homer says, meaning a penis captious. Otherwise, Mars is only in transit, passing through.”

Startling stories of penis captivus appeared in all genres of medieval didactic literature of the 12th through 14th centuries. All had religious connotations. They focused on consecrated soil such as a church, a monastery, a cemetery, or near the shrine of a saint as the locus of transgression. The people considered it a miracle. Separation was usually effected by the prayers of the monks.

As time progressed, the scenario of the immoral offense tended to move indoors or nearer to more consecrated localized.

All the stories of that genre used the following template: A man and a woman have intercourse in a holy precinct. As a punishment for this inappropriate act, the couple is stuck together in a miraculous manner. People find them in this humiliating predicament. The wondering populace’s reaction ranges from high hilarity to a deep disgust. The couple is then released from each other by the united prayers of the community.

The earliest versions of these stories surfaced around 1100 AD. A couple had committed the sexual offense on the tomb of a bishop known to St. Guignerius. The people carried the couple, locked together like dogs, to the shrine of the saint. There, “by the merit of the witness of Christ and by the intercession of the faithful they were liberated.”

The later versions, highlighted the identity of one or both actors.

In the 14th century, Chevalier de La Tour Landry helped by his chaplains prepared a manual of instruction for his daughters. It purported to teach them “how one ought to conduct oneself in church.” It included no less than two versions of a story about fornication on holy grounds.

The first story allegedly occurred less than three years before the Chevalier compiled his book.

“On a Sunday, just after Matins and before High Mass, the monk Pigière of Poitou, the nephew of the prior, was discovered by his confrères in the church. He was adhering to a nameless woman. He remained frozen in this act until all the monks, including his uncle, had witnessed his embarrassment. His shame was so great that he left the monastery.”

The second story concerned Perrot Luart, a sergeant of the church who had sex with an unidentified woman on the altar on a vigil of the Virgin Mary:

Thus a miracle occurred whereby they were caught and stuck together like dogs, to such a degree that they were also trapped in this way the entire day, so that those from the church and those from the countryside had enough time to come and see them; for they could not separate from one another; and it was necessary that a procession be made to pray to God for them, and finally around evening they separated. Then it was necessary that the church be rededicated and that for penance [Perrot] go for three Sundays around the church and cemetery, beating himself and recounting his sin.”

The chevalier’s second rendering of this narrative creates a heightened sense of sacrilege. The transgression takes place in a holy precinct within a holy period. A vigil of the Virgin or a Sunday, especially before mass, were technically sacrosanct and off-limits for sex.

Accounts by medical writers began to appear during the 17th century. J. Diembroeck, the well-known 17th century anatomist, gives the following account of a case:

“When I was a Student at Leyden, I remember there was a young Bridegroom in that Town that being over wanton with the Bride had so hamper’d himself in her Privities, that he could not draw his Yard forth, till Delmehorst the Physician unty’d the Knot by casting cold Water on the Part.”

Penis captivus was first described in the medical literature in the 19th century. But well-documented accounts by medical professionals are rare. Medical historians have demonstrated the breadth of the dissemination of penis captivus and vaginismus. In the Transactions of the Obstetrical Society (London) 3: 356-367, 1862; see p. 362., J. Marion Sims, the inventor of the term “Vaginismus” said:

“… by the term Vaginismus I propose to designate an involuntary spasmodic closure of the mouth of the vagina, attended with such excessive super sensitiveness as to form a complete barrier to coition.”

There are two cases of Penis captivus described in the 19th century medical literature in Germany.

Friedrich Wilhelm Scanzoni von Lichtenfels (1821-1901)

Friedrich Wilhelm Scanzoni von Lichtenfels (1821-1901)

German gynaecologist Friedrich Wilhelm Scanzoni von Lichtenfels (1821-1891), said that one of his patients was a healthy young woman, married for six months. She and her husband had to abstain from sexual intercourse due to her intense vaginal contractions. They were “most painful to him and… did on several occasions end in a spasm… which sometimes lasted more than ten minutes and made it impossible for the couple to separate“.

In the same period of time, German gynaecologist Sven Hildebrandt described about one of his woman patients. She had been married for about a year. Sexual intercourse with her husband had always been painless until one evening. Hildebrandt gives the husband’s account of what happened:

“He [the husband] reported that just at the moment when he thought intercourse, which had been quite normal till then, had come to an end, he suddenly felt that he, or rather his glans, was held back deep in the vagina, tightly gripped and imprisoned, while his whole penis was in the vagina. All attempts at withdrawal failed. When he forced the attempts, he caused severe pain to himself and his wife. Bathed in perspiration through agitation, alarm and his failure to free himself, he was finally forced to resign himself to waiting in patience. He could not say how many minutes this lasted, his imprisonment seemed endless. Then — the hindrance vanished on its own; he was free.”

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Boob Jobs and Willy Stiffners


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Let your wife be a fountain of blessing for you. 
Rejoice in the wife of your youth.

She is a loving doe, a graceful deer. Let her breasts satisfy you always. May you always be captivated by her love.

Why be captivated, my son, with an immoral woman, or embrace the breasts of an adulterous woman?

–  Proverbs 5:18-20 (New Living Translation)


Boob jobs and viagra


Daily I delete hundreds of spam comments on my blogs. Most of these comments are just covert advertisements for:

“Anti-gravity solutions for pendulous breasts”;

Various food supplements to “lengthen and enlarge the male penis”;

Sildenafil tablets for “gorging, stiffening, and erecting the prick”;

and many other dubious nonsenses.

Luckily, Akismet filters out almost 99.5% of these flagrant comments from my WordPress blogs.

When I surf the internet, I am bombarded with images of voluptuous females with perfect boobs. By the way, what criteria do you use to judge perfect breasts?

Does your wife have perfect breasts? Are the breasts of your neighbour’s wife looking better than those of your wife? Whose breasts are examples of youthful perfection, your wife’s or your neighbour’s? Read my article “Expose: All Women Are Not Born Equal!

Do you think the other woman’s breast looks gorgeous? If they are, how sure are you that they are not held high with anti-gravity contraptions such as a bra?

Bilateral breast augmentation, Saline, Moderate plus implants. Submuscular. Marked post-operative asymetry can be observed. (Source: Otto J. Placik, M.D.)

Bilateral breast augmentation, Saline, Moderate plus implants. (Source: Otto J. Placik, M.D.)

Or perhaps those enticing boobs of your neighbour have undergone expensive breast reconstruction work!

Do you think only men are interested in the size of boobs? How about women? Have you ever thought about the other side of the equation? Do you think women do not slyly look at a man’s fly yearning to know the size he is endowed with? If you think women are innocent, then see the following video.

Years ago, before 1996, the nude figure of a woman in a magazine or a hardcore video induced men to make a tent in their trousers. But now? Most men can’t get it up without the little blue pill!

Here are a few comments I came across about funding health researches:

Parkinson’s funding is a little shaky too.

Funding for Chron’s Disease is shitty as well.

Funding for Glaucoma research looks a bit hazy.

Funding for schizophrenia is just crazy.

Funding for cancer is dying.

Funding for AIDS was just fucked.

Funding for breast cancer has gone tits up and a little jiggly.

Funding for elephantiasis has not seen enormous growth as predicted.

Funding to fight alcoholism has tanked.

Funding for cannabis keeps getting higher and higher.

Haven’t heard a thing about funding for the deaf though.

Funding for diabetes is spiking.

Funding for dermatitis is a bit flaky.

Efforts for leprosy seem to keep falling apart.

Funding for the cure for blindness has yet to be seen.

All the money put into sexing people up will encourage procreation. And with more new people on the earth, the percentage of people with Alzheimer’s will go down.

Wait… Wait! I was going to comment something here, but I can’t remember what it was. May be I’ll remember it some other time. 🙂




Magun, the Legendary African Curse!


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The witch (Source:

The witch (Source:

Witchcraft or Spellcraft is a complex concept and is difficult to define. It often occupies a religious, divinatory, or medicinal role. It is present within societies and groups whose cultural framework includes a magical world view.

In broad terms, witchcraft means “the practice of, and belief in, magical skills and abilities.”

Witchcraft is often exercised by a person who claims to have the necessary esoteric secret knowledge, or by designated social groups.

The concept of witchcraft and the belief in its existence has existed since the dawn of human history. Even today, witchcraft continues to play an important role in modern societies.

A witch often casts a spell to carry out a magical action. A spell could consist of a set of words, a formula or verse, or a ritual action, or any combination of these. Spells are cast traditionally by many methods, such as:

  • by the inscription of runes or sigils on an object to give it magical powers;
  • by the employment of magical herbs as amulets or potion;
  • by the performance of physical rituals;
  • by incantations;
  • by binding a wax or clay image or puppet of the person to be magically affected;

and by many other means.

Rationalists and scientists do not place any credence to witchcraft or the existence of magical powers. Scientists, mentalists and psychologists can explain the paranormal effects arising from most cases of witchcraft.

A year ago, the Oyo State Police Command in Eleyele, Ibadan, arrested two men for killing a 42-year-old woman. The suspects claimed the woman was afflicted with Magun, the legendary African curse. One of the suspects said the woman he made love to, started vomiting. She then fell down from the chair, somersaulted and died. So, he decided, in his wisdom, to behead her, and cut off her two hands.

The Yoruba Area in Nigeria.

The Yoruba Area in Nigeria.

The Yoruba is an ethnic group of southwestern Nigeria and southern Benin in West Africa. They are one of the largest ethnic groups in Africa. The Yoruba language is a tonal Niger-Congo language.

Most Yorubas are superstitious people.  They do not entertain adultery and have developed powerful juju,  the Magun, to deal with it. The Nigerians fear the Magun.

Magun” is a Yoruba term which literally means “Do not climb” or “Do not touch.” It is an inconspicuous way of saying: “Do not have illicit sexual relations with a person.”

For the Yorubas, the Magun is a legendary curse or spell invoked on unfaithful partners, especially on women. They believe that if a person afflicted with this curse has illicit sexual intercourse, the couple would suffer various afflictions such as headache, seizures, etc. Eventually, both illicit lovers would die. They believe that the curse could be averted only by performing a counter-ritual.

Modern medical science has tried to disprove this claim. The idea of the existence of such a curse has provoked several debates, amongst the scientists and rationalists. Yet, several (west) Africans still use Magun to curb the excesses of their unfaithful spouses.

The Yoruba people do not believe in the occurrence of post-coital stroke. Because of their superstition many patients have been denied medical help. They are often taken to the local witch doctor or to the worship centres. The woman is often subjected to intimidation, abuse and physical assault. In the index case in Ibadan, the innocent woman was killed by the person who had sexual intercourse with her.

The Yoruba claim that the victims afflicted with the curse will die in pain and public ignominy in one of three different ways:

 1. By “Cock Crow” or “o ma ke bi adiye“. The victim would crows like a cock or would continue to vomit blood or a reddish substance like blood.

2. “Water of Heaven” or “omi orun“. The victim keeps drinking water till death. Some believe it is because the victim has incurred the wrath of Sango, the mythical god of thunder, and has to drink water to quench his burning thirst.

3. The male genital gets stuck in the female’s vagina, otherwise called “won lepo“. The adulterous couple become jointed after sexual intercourse.

It may sound comical, but several (west) Africans still use Magun to curb the excesses of their unfaithful spouses.

Penis captivus

Stories of getting stuck during sex have been with us for centuries, and some of them might just be true.

Recently, a man, the father of three children, from Iwowo in Ogun State, Nigeria, had hurriedly left home without eating the breakfast prepared by his wife. He arrived at a hotel on Apana Street, in Ifo with his female lover wearing a full ‘Hijab’, a religious garment worn by female Muslims. He booked the room for one-hour.

When the hotel staff noticed the couple had stayed longer than one-hour they called the couple through their intercom. When their calls were not answered, the staff decided to check the room. They knocked on the door which was locked from the inside, but no one opened the door. The hotel manager then asked his staff to force open the door.

Inside, they found the lifeless bodies of the man and his lover stuck together due to penis captivus. The woman was still in her ‘Hijab’. A packet of sex-enhancement tablet, Viagra, was lying beside the dead couple.

The police source at the Eleweron command Headquarters of Ogun State Police Command said they suspected heart failure. But questions were raised: “If it was heart failure, how come it happened to both the man and the woman?”

So, the age old Magun superstition held sway. “There is some power at work here. I think it must be Magun, placed on the woman by either her husband or by someone else,” a policeman said.

The 2012 Kenyan incident

In 2012, a case of penis captivus occurred in Nairobi, Kenya.  The following video shows a crowd gathered around a house in Nairobi, where a couple was  experiencing penis captivus. The reports say the unfortunate calamity occurred after the cuckolded husband invoked the help of a witch doctor. The couple regained their liberty after prayers. The adulterer promised to pay the cuckolded husband 20,000 Kenyan shillings (US$225, £140) as punishment for sleeping with his wife. The video ends with the man going to an ATM to draw the promised punishment money.

In 1933, Walter Stoeckel speculated in a manual of gynaecology that penis captivus affected only adulterous couples engaged in illicit sex. He reasoned that the fear of detection presumably contributed to the force of the woman’s muscular spasm. This opinion is no longer held by present day experts on penis captivus, but recent media reports of penis captivus in Nigeria, Kenya, Malawi, Zimbabwe and the Philippines, all concern adulterous couples. More often public humiliation followed clandestine meetings.