Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Lunt ain't no Cunt

There have been recent reports in the media about a wee little town somewhere in the UK whose residents are having a bit of a problem with vandals. For some reason no newspapers have yet felt compelled to print any examples of the vandalism so I have here produced an artists reconstruction for your enlightenment:

The residents of Lunt have gotten themselves into such a tizz that they are considering changing their town's name and not, it appears, to 'Cunt' as suggested by vandals.

As a general rule, I understand why people get uppity when their property is defaced by freelance graffers, even if it could be argued that the property has been beautified (as is surely the case here). And after devoting a solid 15minutes to researching the town I believe I understand the residents' embarrassment - Lunt is simply not Cunt-worthy.

To illustrate my point here is Lunt's major (only?) attraction in pictures - the Lunt Fort:

not cunty

not cunty

nothing cuntish here

nope, not even vaguely cunt-like

I rest my case.

The last thing the cunts of this world need is to be associated any further with fortresses. I want graff artists to find a nice open, pretty, hot, welcoming and wild little town instead.

And when a deserving town is found I have a couple of minor suggestions for the signage:

Monday, April 28, 2008

Lest We Forget

This title would have been much more appropriate (or perhaps inappropriate?) if I'd gotten around to putting it up on ANZAC day, but never mind - I'm sure you can summon fitting somber facial expressions as you read this solemn post of rememberance for a lost love one.

I would like to dedicate this blog to the memory of my beloved Facefuck group "I don't find the word cunt offensive, cunts are friendly, in my experience".

The group, which had the noble aim of restoring 'cunt' to its rightful place in our lexicon as a descriptor of things warm and lovable and sought to remove the nasty negative associations that the word has been unfairly saddled with, was taken from us late last year.

Facefuck cruelly shut down the group in its prime declaring:

"The group "I don't find the word cunt offensive, cunts are friendly, in my experience" has been removed because it violated our Terms of Use. Among other things, groups that are hateful, threatening, or obscene are not allowed. We also take down groups that attack an individual or group, or advertise a product or service. Continued misuse of Facebook's features could result in your account being disabled.

There was so much more to be said about cunt that I have decided to create this blog to explore every nook & cranny, to get right to the bottom of cunt and perhaps right to the bottom of bottom too, if I have the time.

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Well Cum

Cunts: deep, warm & delightful -NOT offensive.