This Week’s WTF Story Award Goes to… (2021 edition)

You’d expect that to be US news… who the fuck brings a loaded shotgun at a party?



Damn. You beat me to it :rofl:

This sounds incredible

“The show depicts a man who is impulsive and not always in control, who makes mistakes – like kids do, but crucially, Dillermand always makes it right. He takes responsibility for his actions. When a woman in the show tells him that he should keep his penis in his pants, for instance, he listens. Which is nice. He is accountable.”

The world has lost its mind.

But I’m still going to pitch an animated series about orgasm man. Maybe he can make a guest appearance on John Dillermand.

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Now that’s fodder for a helluva movie script.

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There’s gotta be some technical fix for this. I mean, c’mon…220 million!

That’s the movie. He hires a crazy neurosurgeon to help extract the password from his memory in exchange for 50% of the loot. Starring Elon Musk as crazy neurosurgeon.


Ha…that’s pretty much what I was thinking.

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Man injects magic mushroom tea and nearly dies when the fungus starts growing in his veins!



Though mushrooms can cause side effects like nausea and increased anxiety, for instance, they’re not thought to pose much risk of serious long-term harm, assuming you’re not injecting them.

Seems wise to point that out, I guess.

Futurism reports:

In perhaps the most wince-inducing example of why your household items probably don’t need to be connected to the internet, we bring you the news that a hacker took control of internet-connected chastity cages and demanded a Bitcoin ransom before releasing their hostages

A chastity cage is, put simply, a cage for penises that’s a popular accessory within the BDSM community. And as Motherboard reports, the good people at the Chinese manufacturer Qiui decided to make a model called the Cellmate that’s locked and unlocked through an app

And then a hack once again underscored how the internet of things often suffers from horrible cybersecurity. “Your cock is mine now,” the hacker reportedly told one of the victims.


Is that pronounced qiu-yi or kiwi? :thinking:


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“You should be talking to my ex-wife about that, not me,” the victim replied.

What a strange story


Should have just stuck to his original, legal scam running a “megachurch”.

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Truthfully, I was in denial about this at the time, but I missed parts of having a hierarchy, too. Even the most radical “relationship anarchists” I know would admit that it’s difficult not to fall into those patterns under patriarchy.

The therapist that hooks this one will have a client for life. :joy: