Wednesday, February 01, 2006

lisa at last!!!......

Well its all over for another year what is I hear you shout – CBB of course well you either loved it or hated it. I have to say personally I did not watch it all but what I did see was probably the best one for sheer unbelievable antics lol. Here’s to BB7 later in the year auditions start from this weekend………………………

Did anyone see the first of three programmes on this week on Channel 4 the first on Monday called `The Perfect Penis Neil and I were in stitches it was the most bizarre programme I have seen for a while.

(as taken from Channel 4 Website)

The Perfect Penis
The first of three programmes this week studying all things penile. The penis is the organ most central to a man's sense of self, and the quest for penile perfection has driven some men to extraordinary lengths. This programme meets the Russian surgeons who chopped off a man's penis and re-grew it on his arm, the man whose penis has real pulling power, and the man for whom too big is just not big enough. Programmes continue tomorrow and Wednesday night.
The World's Biggest Penis
No doubt about it, society celebrates the big penis. Seen as a sign of adequacy, virility and manliness, those lucky enough to be well endowed are heralded by both sexes and all sexualities. As women have always maintained, and men have always thought, size matters, but not in the way that most of us imagine. Sometimes having a Big Johnson is a bigger problem than you'd guess. Meet the men, including the man claiming to have the World's biggest penis, who reveal there is a bittersweet side to nature's gift, and who lift the veil on a taboo subject and to show the reality of what it's like to have what all men dream of.

I the Penis, hereby request a raise in salary for thefollowing reasons:1. I do physical labour.2. I work at great depths.3. I plunge head first into everything I do.4. I do not get weekends or public holidays off.5. I work in a damp environment.6. I work in a dark area that has poor ventilation.7. I work in high temperatures.8. My work exposes me to diseases._______________________________Dear Penis,After assessing your request, and considering thearguments you have raised, the management denies yourrequest for the following reasons:1. You do not work 8 hours straight.2. You WORK IN SHORT SPURTS AND fall asleep after EACHbrief work period.3. You do not always follow the orders of themanagement team.4. You do not stay in your designated area, and areoften seen visiting other locations.5. You do not take initiative - you need to bepressured and stimulated in order to start working.
6. You leave the workplace rather messy at the end ofyour shift.7. You don’t always observe necessary safetyregulations, such as wearing the correct protectiveclothing.8. You will retire LONG before you are 65.9. You are unable to work double shifts.10. You sometimes leave your designated work areabefore you have completed the assigned task.11. And if that were not all, you have constantly beenseen entering and exiting the workplace carrying twosuspicious-looking bags.Sincerely, The Management

On Channel 4 tonight at 9pm before Desperate Housewives there is a programme called `Extraordinary Breastfeeding`

Everyone knows that breast is best, but for how long? The World Health Organisation recommends that all children are breastfed until at least two years. In Britain we think that's downright weird. But this forthright, revealing and heart-warming film meets a group of women who believe in continuing to breastfeed for as long as their children want.
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Veronika is still breastfeeding her seven-year-old daughter, while her eldest has asked if she can be breastfed as a present for her tenth birthday. Dolores is breastfeeding her son, who is nearly four. Dolores and her husband are about to adopt a little girl from China and her greatest wish is to breastfeed her adopted daughter. Thirty-eight-year-old Sophie is tandem-feeding two-year-old twins Zac and Molly on demand, and is feeling the strain. And Kirsty, who works for an organisation that helps teach young mums how to breastfeed, is breastfeeding her daughter at nearly two and is very concerned that new laws could prevent breastfeeding in public places.

Why would you still want to breast-feed a seven-year-old? Asking friends and colleagues when they stopped breast-feeding most of them were of the opinion that as soon as they could they stopped. One even commented that as soon as her daughter got teeth!

But fair play to Channel 4 for showing programmes that make you laugh with shock or horror and have people talking about them for days lol

Anyway enjoy and ttfn
Lisa xx

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

They say breast is best but I could not believe what I was seeing, for me it was repulsive. Forgot to talk about it at work yesterday (far too busy), but I think it will be the hot topic today. Gx