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Rum Doings Episode 163: Buggies In A Canal Near Your House

by on May.21, 2014, under Rum Doings

In our 163rd ever Rum Doings, our topic is, when are we going to get a proper extradition order for the housing bubble?

Topics include: Ru Paul! UKIP! The aesthetics of sexuality! John’s elbone surgery! Tips on oogling people in public! Aeroplane toilets! Naked & Marooned! Manual typewriters! And how coffee saved John’s faith!

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3 Comments for this entry

  • Ryan

    So much for adding my compilation, Nick! :(

  • John Walker

    Oh, we never remember anything! I’m sorry. Hopefully next time.

  • Jambe

    Enlightened souls are bisexual, clearly.

    High heels don’t seem repellent to me but rather innately funny; not bad but generally counterproductive to sexual or aesthetic attractiveness.

    I’ve noticed over time a change from mere toleration of cosmetics on men to delight in it in some cases, e.g. well-done mascara and eye shadow. Generally I think makeup is just too much of a bother to expect either (any?) sex to care about it much.

    Androgyny is certainly intriguing, though. I’m not sure we have an evolved tendency to conceive of sex as binary but it wouldn’t surprise me. I’d guess gender is more culturally malleable.