I'm (hopefully) doing NaNoWriMo this year, so decided to revive this blog to chart my progress. And because that's a pretty short post, here's one of the Lost Posts*. I thought it deserved another airing because it's one of the weirdest things I've ever blogged about.
. The whole idea is bizarre, to say the least, but this quote from a surgeon took that to whole new levels:
now celebrities didnât expose their nipples so they were no ânipple
role modelsâ,â explains Dr Riccardo Frati, a cosmetic surgeon for the
Harley Medical Group.
Nipple role models! He really
said that? Why on earth would anyone need such a thing? Are there
people out there desperate for nipple related guidance? Will we see the
emergence of nipple mentors for those whose nipples have gone astray?
foresee self-help books and groups for the owners of rebellious
nipples. Probably several documentary series presented by self-appointed
nipple experts, and of course, lots of articles in such papers as the
Daily Mail blaming the whole problem on a general lack of standards and
the Labour government. Commenters to those articles would then suggest a
return to national service to sort those naughty nipples out, and
remind us that prior to the mid â60âs no one had nipples anyway and it
never did anyone any harm.
* There are posts missing from this blog, but they're safe on Facebook - long (and dull) story.
I'm (hopefully) doing
NaNoWriMo this year, so
decided to revive this
blog to chart my
progress. And because
that's a pretty short
post, here's one of the
Lost Posts*. I thought it
deserved another airing
because it's one of the
weirdest things I've e...
It’s time for the
latest instalment of my
semi-regular series of
posts which take a look
at some of the more
unusual and perplexing
search terms people have
used to find this blog.
As ever, I add commentary
and endeavour to give
advice to the po...