Saturday, April 13, 2013

Are The Opposition Male Politicians Really That Alpha?

Wow, if you are going to take the words and the writings and the sinful collections of xxx videos of the sex obsessed hounds of other people's private lives at face or is it video value?  then you must admit that the opposition male politicians, especially their leaders, no matter what their age, are truly virile apha males with their testosterone supply full, and intact and unimpaired all these years and all just raring to go at urge's call - especially at erection, oops! election time!

Wow, truly impressive and worthy of envy!

The peeping tom fraternity, are either suffering from sexual aberration or they are really trying to make the ruling dinosaur males look like less than the desired mates of/for the female sex, with all due respect and acknowledgement to CSL of course.

Because none of the ruling dinosaur males are caught on video doing what a virile male would or could do.

Now if truth be told, the peeping tom fraternity, might do well to make things look more like NATURAL and BELIEVABLE - at least, if you want us poor and sex deprived Malaysians to come on board the bed with you.

Please tell the paid?- poor and sex deprived Malaysians are not that smart, you know, and hence the question mark - protagonist not to look at the direction of the camera so often and so obviously. It makes the whole thing look so much like a set-up, a fake, instead of a natural hurried stolen secret testosterone loaded tryst.

I am not going into whether the peeping tom fraternity have an axe to grind or whether the grind is sponsored manna and sweet honey.

That is none of my business.

Or whether they are telling the truth or not.

The latter is the right of the guys who have been featured in various videos who feel that they have  been wronged or defamed to sue the pants off the peeping tom fraternity.

All I am saying is that you axe-grinders or aberrants or holly hollers ( I don't know which you are) make your sex exposes more like damning than damned.

Because we poor and sex deprived Malaysians also want to have some fun what.

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