And if your sex partner has a screw loose – would you get a discount or a refund?

April 18, 2012

Here's hoping she has been well oiled.

Fancy a bit of rumpy-pumpy with a robot?

It’s the way of the future, an astonished Alf learned today.

The Daily Mail has drawn his attention to a paper by two academics at Victoria University, in Wellington.

The academics envision the year 2050 and a group of men heading to a brothel in Amsterdam’s Red Light District.

But when they get there, instead of being met by a young woman, they are seen by an entirely different host: a robot.

This is the future, as imagined by two researchers who believe this science-fiction-style vision could become reality within 40 years.

The Daily Mail is reporting on a paper, Robots, Men And Sex Tourism, by Ian Yeoman and Michelle Mars of the Victoria Management School in Wellington, New Zealand.

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Here’s the up side of misery and fear – hardship is hitting harlots while the churches flourish

March 26, 2011

Daniel Adams – a reporter on the Waikato Times – has a delightfully biblical name.

It is appropriate therefore that he has been sent out to report on the booming business for churches in Hamilton.

But his by-line appears on another story in his newspaper today, about a drop in business for the city’s whores and harlots.

He has not noted the obvious connection between the two trends – that as more and more people rediscover The Lord, so more and more people must be rejecting the works of the Devil and eschewing the sins of the flesh.

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Why join the Pelican Club for an escort when you can get one from your second-hand car dealer?

January 3, 2010

So what would we do with over 100 ladies at the Eketahuna Club?

We sometimes express our bemusement at the services available in big cities and the demand for them, down here at the Eketahuna Club.

Take for example the goings-on at Auckland’s Pelican Club.

Unlike the Eketahuna Club, the Pelican Club boasts a website which brays about some eyebrow-raising attractions, such as meeting the sexiest women in Auckland.

It seems to place more emphasis on massage and escorts than on liquor, which Alf regards as highly discouraging.

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