In The News : Baby Making, Nudity, Non-Porn And Trump

The 2nd January, last Tuesday, was is “officially” National Baby-Making Day.  This has been worked out by counting back 38 weeks from the most popular birth date of babies in the UK, 26th September.

Apparently couples would be doing the deed at 10.36pm, not a minute sooner or a minute later.  Presumably that gives them time to fit in the 10 o’clock news beforehand.

The supposed reasoning for trying to work to a birth date is so that the child is oldest in the class at school.  Other reasons cited by the Channel Mum report was wanting to spend time together after a first day back at work and curing New Year hangovers.  I suspect that it’s more the sex than the result that will achieve the latter two reasons though.


I wondered if part of the baby making activity might be related to a kick start in peoples’ New Year exercise and fitness regimes.  This year I’m seeing Dry January again and, for the first time, Veganuary which, according to some people on Instagram, might even save the world let alone make you feel better physically.

A gym in New York is going a step further to help people get fit by offering nude exercise classes.

I’m intrigued about what music might be playing in the background.  Perhaps “The Whole Of The Moon” by The Waterboys or “Turn Me Loose And Let Me Swing” by Willie Nelson (no pun intended).


In a similar vein, apparently PornHub is having problems with its content.  Whereas “normal” video sharing sites are blighted by adult content, PornHub is having issues with people uploading family friendly content such as footage of the sell-out musical Hamilton and Disney’s Zootropolis.

Experts speculated that people posted pirate videos to PornHub because its policing of copyright material might be less stringent than elsewhere.

The Times ventured, “The uploads will also appeal to those who frequent the platform and cannot be bothered to log on to other streaming sites.”

I might be wrong, but I shouldn’t imagine that those visiting a porn site for “Hot Animal Action” as the Zootropolis footage was named are likely to need to see the unlikely and rather particular partnership between a rabbit police officer and a red fox con artist quite so urgently as to not try Netflix.


And seeing as we’re moving on to massive cocks one way or the other… Michael Wolff’s book about Donald Trump was released last week.  It grabbed headlines for its revelations about a crazy president.  But didn’t we know this already? The headlines suggest that the book has told Anti-Trump people what they already know and confirmed to the Pro-Trump people that the media is still only publishing Fake News.  I still want to read it, but I’m not sure how much it will tell me.

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