Showing posts with label Mickey Yanai. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Mickey Yanai. Show all posts

Thursday, October 22, 2009

A New Learning Experience



By: T.R. Slyder, TRSlyder@yahoo.com, AndyDisco on Twitter

Do you ever prank your friends by tricking them to click a link that you tell them is to something they care about- like their favorite athlete having a season-ending injury, or their favorite celebrity doing something scandalous, only to have the link be to something offensive and embarrassing if anyone else saw them looking at it? I guess it's like a Rick-Roll, or a Dork Roll, only more damaging. Anyway, I'm fond of them.

For a while my gold standard was linking to the uncensored version of the Micky Yanai pic above, but now there is a new kid on that block. An offensive kid who made me laugh my ass off last night when I saw the site after totally forgetting I saw it a few years ago.

It's a site called Meatspin.com. It is as NSFW as humanly possible. I'd recommend that for all of your gross-out-by-chicanery needs.



Also, in the interest of full disclosure I found this picture while Googling Micky Yanai and his uncensored pic. I think that's a case of racial bigotry. All the Samurai Debutantes are Asian! Talk about a slap in the face of Equal Opportunity Employment.










That's how I roll.

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Is a Bizarre Japanese Porn Star Influencing the NFL?

By: T.R. Slyder, TRSlyder@yahoo.com


This post is the least worksafe entry I've ever posted. It can be found here.

Saturday, August 23, 2008

Is Bizarre Japanese Porn Influencing the NFL??

By: T.R. Slyder, TRSlyder@yahoo.com

Was Sage Rosenfels' first fumble on Sunday 10/05 vs. the Colts truly accidental? There is reason to believe that it was in fact, an intentional homage to his favorite Japanese porn star, Mickey Yanai, who is famous for pioneering the "Helicopter Fuck". Still photos of Yannai's signature maneuver can be seen below the video of Rosenfels' fumble. After viewing them, you may also wonder how much of an "accident" Rosenfels' actions were on Sunday.





To see a video of Mickey in action you can click here. The first 10 minutes are what I'd charitably call "gross" and then at 10:00 he does a variation of the helicopter that is hilarious.