Tonight there was an open bar and canapes, but six years ago it was panocha.
“We had already been fielding media requests asking if the movie had been produced by pornographers,” bristles Loup Perch-Tounge of the Porn Valley Chamber of Commerce, “but we assured them our production value is much higher, especially with the 2008 collapse of altporn.”
These fragments would tell us a lot about Japanese culture if we were the type to believe that a culture’s pornography is any indication of that culture’s values.
AVN, an adult trade publication, was quick to call the yet-to-be-made movie “Ultimately Strokable.”
In two separate headscratchers of press releases detailing a “survey” and a “Huffington Post blog,” Vivid sulks about Nadya Suleman, The One That Got Away.
Will she even make Screech-level money?
Out of the goodness of its collective heart, Vivid will buy Suleman’s home for her anonymously and not tell anyone, ever.