Saturday, August 13, 2011

Who Knew The Zoo Was So Lewd? (NSFW-ish)

I took my family to the Philadelphia Zoo today. We've been there dozens of times before. We're longtime members and supporters of the zoo, and I even worked there as an intern in college. Usually it's a pretty wholesome place, but today it was downright filthy.


Click through the break to see the sex, nudity and shit that was displayed for children of all ages to see.


We'll start with the NUDITY.


These are Naked Mole Rats. They just lay around together, completely nude, all day long. They barely even open their eyes. Apparently they have a resistance to cancer. Maybe the cure is nudity?

Onto the SEX.



We turned a corner and walked in on this. There were lots of grunts and groans, and a huge crowd formed to watch. At one point, my daughter said that the one on top was winning. After it ended, a woman yelled "that's it?" and the crowd quickly disappeared.  


And finally, the SHIT.



This was part of a massive window display dedicated to animal feces. There were all of the essentials: Adult T-Shirts, Kids T-Shirts, Books, Napkins, Post-It Notes, Notepads, Puzzles, etc. I can't tell if the zoo thinks these will be the next hot item, or if they stuck them in the window because nobody is buying this shit. 


Debauchery aside, we had a great time.

4 comments:

  1. True story: back in the day when I had a film camera I took a photo of a couple of lions banging at the zoo. When I had the film developed, the photo came back with a sticker on it from the photo kiosk saying something along the lines of "This is a great shot, we suggest you get it enlarged" and it had a discount code on it.

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  2. Haha, now I want to make a Twitter-bot that auto responds to image posts with the comment "This is a great shot, we suggest you get it enlarged.

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  3. @J: you should do that in response to any imageposts of penises. Because I would lol.

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  4. That would be wonderful. If only I could develop penis-detection code.

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