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May 21, 2013


In Defense of "Wolf Dong"

(Thanks to Unholy Slacker)


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Actually, the "we recommend" articles at the bottom look MUCH more interesting...

There is no defense for that. Gross.

David Cassidy's shag combed out like that.

A solid reminder of David Cassidy's shag primed and combed out.

I'm speechless. What kind of mind would...never mind. It's better to try and forget.

Batteries not included.

Looks like Cousin It has started to molt.

Not really. Just because something is thought-provoking does not make it worthy or make it art.

And creating something infantile for the purpose of provoking thoughts is not even creative anymore.

How many times do I have to tell you it's wolf-SONG!

That would look great on my bookcase next to Dave and Ridley's books!

"Artists" who can't tell art and kitsch apart are why I walked away from the whole thing years ago. When Duchamp exhibited a urinal and called it "Fountain," it was art. If I do that, it's not art; it's pop art or kitsch at the best. PRO TIP: if you have to explain why it's art, it's not art. Try again.

I have friends who call that foreplay.

I just call that foreplay.

This happened in Dallas. Rhymes with...oh. never mind. (BTW -- why, when critics write about indefensibly tedious "art" do they always seem to call it "thought-provoking?" "Mind-numbing" seems much more accurate.

I don't.

Blah, blah, blah, hairy dick, blah, blah.

Non sequiters: concept art, rap musician, vocational education ...

How many people have I offended so far?

Bring it, Sade!


This REALLY needed an NSFW tag, Dave! Time to fire judi again. It's harsh when you have to do it twice in one day.

Also, did Walter pose for this? You know the camera adds ten pounds....

JSG, I did NOT see your post before I wrote that.

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